(Virtual) President Bill Whittle SOTU Address

When was the last time we’ve had a POTUS speak so bluntly and affirmatively on these most fundamental matters? Have we ever?

We are commonly rebuffed with the commentary from the left that we (conservatives and libertarians) are willing to have dozens of our citizens–children even–murdered sporadically based on the whims of madmen. “We must stand by and allow our children to be murdered because of our precious Amendment??” they cry.

The sad truth of the matter is that yes, we must. Because the choice is not between “pain” and “no pain.” The choice is between “pain” and “more pain.” The human condition itself carries with it adversity, strife, struggle, turmoil and pain. Our goal is foolhardy when we seek to eliminate it. We must instead seek to minimize it. Allowing even the weakest of us to repel the ever-present strongmen is the best answer we have. The Second Amendment is the best and surest bulwark that people have against murders on a truly massive and horrific scale.

Food for thought: The 20th century has seen the largest scale mass-murders in the history of mankind. With population continuing to rise, who is to say that without proper care, we won’t see proportionally greater atrocities committed? 60 million to become the new 6 million?

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8 Responses to (Virtual) President Bill Whittle SOTU Address

  1. reboot says:

    Until we can get rid of the Reichmedia propaganda, nothing will occur. There are those of us who refuse to allow our society to become a liberal shooting gallery like Norway in 2011.
    I understand what Breivik did and why he did it. His gubberment don’t. They will be lost to the mooslum horde like the rest of eurabia. Just wait until the suicide bombings start.

    • Uke says:

      I didn’t mean this post to be an anti-Muslim thing. But whatev.

      • reboot says:

        I apologize for leaning it that way, but that’s what ONE person did to get his government’s attention to a national problem on it’s BAN of guns and the lack of police protection.
        It didn’t work. We have to prevent OUR country from devolving into a state like that.
        Anti muslim? Nope, anti any religion that raises arms in subjugation of IT’s rules.

  2. Cold Warrior says:

    We won’t have a Bill Whittle type prez until enough of us conservatives get involved in party politics:

    http://www.redstate.com/ipolitics/2013/02/23/an-open-letter-to-reince-priebus-the-rnc-and-republican-leaders-in-general/#comment-810419879

    How many Republican Party precinct committeemen have each of TheRealRevo readers recruited since the American voters elected the Marxist to the presidency?

    Thank you.
    Cold Warrior
    http://theprecinctproject.wordpress.com

    • EastBayLarry says:

      What Cold Warrior said.
      We’ve all heard that “a people gets the government they deserve”, well let’s deserve a better government.

  3. Rugerman says:

    I’m a little weak on the law. If legislators are passing laws that violate the 2A, are they then guilty of something that could get them arrested? Is this treason to pass laws that violate their oath to defend the Constitution?

    • R.D. Walker says:

      Nah, they just get their laws overturned.

      • notamobster says:

        Treason charges require very strict burdens. To wit:

        18 USC, 2381 -
        Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.

        Thankfully, our govt doesn’t charge cases of “kinda” or “might be”. Not yet, at aleast.

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