If You’re Not Paranoid, You’re Not Paying Attention

Gun control legislation comes up in Congress, and law abiding Americans practicing their Second Amendment right to protect themselves with a firearm are asked, “why do you need a semi-auto, a rifle, a big magazine” blah blah blah. But apparently the Department of Agriculture shouldn’t have to tell the American public why they need submachine guns with 30 round magazines.

You see, because it is my right to own a gun, and all of our rights as individuals living in this country to control our government. Yet somewhere along the way, government went rogue and decided it wanted to control the people. So now we have the government questioning individuals on why they need a gun, while the government doesn’t want to be questioned about why they need theirs. And further down the rabbit hole we go.

But seriously, why does the Department of agriculture need:

[S]emiautomatic or 2 round [bursts] trigger group, Tritium night sights front and rear, rails for attachment of flashlight (front under fore group) and scope (top rear), stock collapsible or folding,” and a “30 rd. capacity” magazine.

… a “sling,” be “lightweight,” and have an “oversized trigger guard for gloved operation.”

Oh my! It sounds like they want assault weapons?! Who will the Department of Agriculture be assaulting? Maybe we should ask the Cherokee’s, or the families at Waco, or the civilians from New Orleans, or Brian Terry and hundreds of Mexicans how responsible government agents with guns are.

And just in case you thought the government was responsible enough to have high capacity weapons, e-mails have been revealed that show the IRS targeting of conservative groups was directed by the DC headquarters, and encouraged by Democratic Senator Carl Levin. So remember that whole lie about it being “rogue” IRS agents at just one office? We can just add that to the tally of lies used to govern by the Obama administration.


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