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Harry Reid: Battle over gun rights driven by 'imagined tyranny'

By John W. Lillpop
web posted April 22, 2013

Never overestimate Senator Harry Reid: There's a lot less there than meets the eye!

As proof positive of Reid's abject incompetence consider this statement from the floor of the US Senate lasy week during the successful vote to turn back Barack Obama and the gun-grabbing goons: "And I will vote for the ban because saving the lives of young police officers and innocent civilians is more important than preventing imagined tyranny."

Imagined tyranny, Senator?

Have you forgotten the Obama-Pelosi-Reid Marxist health care nightmare which was passed against the wishes of the American people and despite stern warnings from conservatives of both parties, Senator?

It is called ObamaCare, sir, perhaps the most hideous example of REAL tyranny ever dumped on the American people by elected ‘representatives,' whom wisely exempted themselves and their families from the third-world devastation to medicine passed in the twilight hours of Washington, D.C.

Perhaps you, in your declining years, Senator, still take pride in replacing the world's greatest health care system with Marxist tyranny.

However, fellow Democrat Max Baucus does not share your foolish pride. He sees an imminent train wreck as the Obama administration struggles to implement the 2000 pages of idiocy that Nancy Pelosi urged passage of so that "we could learn what's in it."

As reported here:

Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.) said Wednesday he fears a "train wreck" as the Obama administration implements its signature healthcare law.

Baucus, the chairman of the chamber's powerful Finance Committee and a key architect of the healthcare reform law, said he fears people do not understand how the law will work.

"I just see a huge train wreck coming down," he told Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius at a Wednesday hearing. "You and I have discussed this many times, and I don't see any results yet."

Baucus pressed Sebelius for details about how the Health Department will explain the law and raise awareness of its provisions, which are supposed to take effect in just a matter of months.

"I'm very concerned that not enough is being done so far — very concerned," Baucus said."

Imagined tyranny, indeed!

Had ObamaCare been subject to the normal procedures for Democratic debate, the damn thing would have been incinerated before it was promulgated!

But that is what happens when real tyranny rules, driven by the desire to create a legacy for an unqualified community organizer posing as president!

Then we have the matter of 20 million or so illegal foreign aliens nesting in America at a cost of $113 billion a year to the American taxpayers besides threatening home land security and American culture.

These invaders should have been sent home long ago, but because of tyranny and corruption, they remain an albatross around the necks of law-abiding citizens and the whole concept of rule of law in America.

Shame on you and other tyrants, Senator, who are about to force 20 million illegal aliens down the throats of we the people!

That is genuine tyranny, sir!

Lest we forget, the federal government has run up about $16.5 trillion dollars in debt, an act of tyranny that may very well drive the nation to economic ruin.

Barack Obama and most Democrats are too cowardly and complicit in this economic Armageddon to take responsible action on behalf of the people and the nation.

From these examples, it should be obvious to everyone with room-temperature IQ that the American government is completely out of control and in the hands of maniacal tyrants!

Imagined tyranny, Senator? Hell no!

America is facing the greatest threat to our freedoms and liberty in the history of the nation.

For we the people to surrender our guns and Constitutional rights to the likes of Barack Obama and the Democrat Party, in the midst of such anarchy, would be nearly as stupid as passing a bill just to find out what's in it!

Hell no, Senator. Hell no! ESR

© 2013 John Lillpop.

 

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