They don’t rule us; they don’t give us rights…

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5 Responses to They don’t rule us; they don’t give us rights…

  1. Jim22 says:

    Oh, my. That is a wonderful ad.

    I may just upgrade my NRA membership. What comes after life member?

  2. notamobster says:

    No man rules me. My rights come from God Almighty!

  3. Tony says:

    We the people and the fly in the ointment.
    There are both corrupt and proper symbiotic relationships that keep politicians, good and bad, in office. I have never traveled in the circles of bankers, owners of large private companies, managers of large corporations or national politicians. I do not understand their relationships. I have lived in the inner city and I am familiar with a symbiotic relationship that exist there.
    The relationship exist between the poor inner city voting blocks and their politicians. The politician supplements his constituents from the public coffer. He tells them they have it coming but provides only enough sustenance to maintain them poor and ignorant. He requires nothing of them for this sustenance except their vote. As long as he is maintained in his office he can acquire enough to maintain his lifestyle. They require nothing of him but the minimum sustenance required to maintain their poverty and ignorance and his assurance they are entitled. The politician benefits from the culture of poverty and ignorance to which he has contributed. He has to motivation to change that condition. The voters benefit enough from what their politician provides and they vote to maintain him in office. Public funding is thereby used to maintain a politician who does have, in some degree, the power to rule over us. Through ignorance and to some extent the poverty, crime and drug use and gang violence increases. Killings increase and the dead are used as the poster children to limit our 2nd Amendment rights. When the politician blames the gun he does not have to address the social ills to which he contributes and from which he benefits.

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