• I predicted that the Mainstream Media was going to behave like battered wives and give this Administration a pass after the AP & Fox surveillance scandals plus IRS and the rest of the crap raining in DC. The New York Times editorial where after finding out the government is data-mining all kinds of records from cellphone and Internet providers without warrants, initially stated that “This administration has now lost all credibility” but was promptly amended to say “This administration has now lost all credibility on this issue.”  It is like an abused wife who refuses to leave her husband with the excuse that “he is a good father and a good provider and he really, really, really loves me and I probably deserved it.”
  • Reminder to the Apologists: There is a fine line between Useful Idiot and Collaborator and once crossed, you cannot come back.
  • Second point also to the Apologists: It is not a Made Up (by The GOP/Tea Party/Vast Right Wing Conspiracy) Scandal when your leaders admit to violating the Bill Of Rights. You ignore it at your own peril.
  • Third point to the Apologists: “For our own good” does not trump the Constitution.
  • And if after all these messes, you still are demanding I register my firearms and that I should trust the government, you are either amazingly stupid or in great need of a vigorous slap across the face.
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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

6 thoughts on “Are we still “at that awkward stage”?”
  1. Are we still at that awkward stage? Barely. “shooting the bastards” is starting to look more and more like the only way out of this to a lot more people than most realize.

  2. The press needs to recall the Clinton rules of engagement from Kosovo. The press is fair game. If it ever goes hot, it’s going to be game on.

  3. Do remember that we’re a year and a half away from the next election. The perfect time for grudging partial coverage of bad things done by Democrats, with the idea that if they get it out now, the general public will forget all about it by next November.

  4. Trust my government about knowing about our firearms via registration, licensing…

    Not just No!
    But HELL NO!

    One Nazi Germany was enough. The Turks genocide of the disarmed Armenians was enough. Our snoopy government does not need to know squat.

    IRS targeting, phone records scrutinized, reporters spied on, the Privacy Trojan Horse of the ACA, and so on. It’s not paranoia if it is happening before your very eyes.

  5. Miguel, do you follow Oleg Volk and his photography work? he commented on his fb page that
    “When I lived in the Soviet Union, it was assumed that the phones were bugged and mail likely searched as well. Seeing the same happen in the USA is a disappointment…”

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