Thanks for the Gun, Stupid Something I believe
Results 1 to 2 of 2
Like Tree1Likes
  • 1 Post By gejoslin

Thanks for the Gun, Stupid Something I believe

This is a discussion on Thanks for the Gun, Stupid Something I believe within the Politics forums, part of the Main Category category; Thanks for the Gun, Stupid John Ransom So I’m reading this email teaser from National Journal’s Influence Alley called Spending ...

  1. #1
    gejoslin's Avatar
    gejoslin is offline Illegitimi non carborundu
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Sepra Peratus/Arkansas
    Posts
    1,638

    Exclamation Thanks for the Gun, Stupid Something I believe

    Thanks for the Gun, Stupid


    • John Ransom
    • So I’m reading this email teaser from National Journal’s Influence Alley called Spending Cuts Added to Plan B that says: “In a bid to win more support for Republican House Speaker John Boehner's Plan B to cut taxes for everyone but millionaires, GOP leaders are adding a second bill that would reduce the deficit and avoid the sequester, a GOP leadership aide told the Alley.”
      So first I’m thinking “What tax cut?” Doesn’t a tax cut necessitate some sort of tax “cutting” action? The net result of the proposal is to increase taxes for some. If these guys worked on Wall Street and were this sloppy about language they’d go to jail.
      And then I’m thinking “What spending cuts?” Doesn’t spending cuts require government spending to actually go down?
      Only with DC’s dishonest budget math- thank you Dan Mitchell- can politicians claim that spending that will rise year-over-year for forever, is somehow spending cuts.
      So lastly I’m thinking “Thank God I have a gun.”
      70 years after the New Deal, the public is waiting around for a true deal; a deal calculated for real people, not a welfare line for government workers and ideological scamsters.
      No lesson seems to be so deeply inculcated by experience of life” Lord Salisbury told us “as that you should never trust experts. If you believe doctors, nothing is wholesome; if you believe theologians, nothing is innocent; if you believe soldiers, nothing is safe.”
      For close to a century experts have told us to put out trust in government. We have a host of them in our life everyday: Federal Reserve bankers, Education Department officials, Union economists, scientists on the government dole, Energy Department officials all here for our own good.
      Yet, government doesn’t even pretend to try to solve the very problems they claim to care about. The “experts” at the EPA designed a tax on carbon to combat so-called global warming and even they won’t claim that the tax will bring down the earth’s temperature.
      Still, a failed result won’t stop the experts from insisting on this tax for our own good.
      As a consequence of the care of so many government experts who insist on doing stuff for our own good, we are now at a point where nothing is true.
      Men marry men and we call it marriage. Doctors kill babies and we call it choice. We practice targeted discrimination against certain classes of people, under the law, and we call it justice.
      We ban the religion of some in the public square as a matter of taste and call it a moral good.
      In the name of safety, the government, which will not enforce common sense safety laws, which we all agree should be enforced, takes away guns for self-defense.
      We “improve” public education by lowering standards rather than raising them; and we design a medical and retirement safety net that threatens not just life, but everything our country was built on: liberty, opportunity, property.
      My religion tells me to fear not. That’s why I cling to it. Other have done the same for 2,000 years
      My gun tells me to fear not, although its ammunition isn’t as refined as the word of God. Good men have armed themselves for the 500 years since Europeans first lived in North America.
      So, I cling to the gun as well.
      Expert, government opinion? It’s been king for 70 years and it has a very spotty record.
      It’s created wars and rumors of wars and real-life tragedies like communism and fascism and vegans.
      Thanks for the gun, stupid.
      Honey badger doesn’t care for government opinion, or the opinion of “journalists,” and faddists.
      You see, truth always resides wherever brave men still have ammunition.
      I pick truth.



    ~Responsible people who understand that their personal protection is up to them, provide themselves with protection. Those that don't have only themselves to blame.~Proud NRA ~SAF~GoA Member~

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jun 2012
    Location
    Psychologically enhanced / E of Narrows
    Posts
    175

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by gejoslin View Post
    Thanks for the Gun, Stupid


    • John Ransom
    • So I’m reading this email teaser from National Journal’s Influence Alley called Spending Cuts Added to Plan B that says: “In a bid to win more support for Republican House Speaker John Boehner's Plan B to cut taxes for everyone but millionaires, GOP leaders are adding a second bill that would reduce the deficit and avoid the sequester, a GOP leadership aide told the Alley.”
      So first I’m thinking “What tax cut?” Doesn’t a tax cut necessitate some sort of tax “cutting” action? The net result of the proposal is to increase taxes for some. If these guys worked on Wall Street and were this sloppy about language they’d go to jail.
      And then I’m thinking “What spending cuts?” Doesn’t spending cuts require government spending to actually go down?
      Only with DC’s dishonest budget math- thank you Dan Mitchell- can politicians claim that spending that will rise year-over-year for forever, is somehow spending cuts.
      So lastly I’m thinking “Thank God I have a gun.”
      70 years after the New Deal, the public is waiting around for a true deal; a deal calculated for real people, not a welfare line for government workers and ideological scamsters.
      No lesson seems to be so deeply inculcated by experience of life” Lord Salisbury told us “as that you should never trust experts. If you believe doctors, nothing is wholesome; if you believe theologians, nothing is innocent; if you believe soldiers, nothing is safe.”
      For close to a century experts have told us to put out trust in government. We have a host of them in our life everyday: Federal Reserve bankers, Education Department officials, Union economists, scientists on the government dole, Energy Department officials all here for our own good.
      Yet, government doesn’t even pretend to try to solve the very problems they claim to care about. The “experts” at the EPA designed a tax on carbon to combat so-called global warming and even they won’t claim that the tax will bring down the earth’s temperature.
      Still, a failed result won’t stop the experts from insisting on this tax for our own good.
      As a consequence of the care of so many government experts who insist on doing stuff for our own good, we are now at a point where nothing is true.
      Men marry men and we call it marriage. Doctors kill babies and we call it choice. We practice targeted discrimination against certain classes of people, under the law, and we call it justice.
      We ban the religion of some in the public square as a matter of taste and call it a moral good.
      In the name of safety, the government, which will not enforce common sense safety laws, which we all agree should be enforced, takes away guns for self-defense.
      We “improve” public education by lowering standards rather than raising them; and we design a medical and retirement safety net that threatens not just life, but everything our country was built on: liberty, opportunity, property.
      My religion tells me to fear not. That’s why I cling to it. Other have done the same for 2,000 years
      My gun tells me to fear not, although its ammunition isn’t as refined as the word of God. Good men have armed themselves for the 500 years since Europeans first lived in North America.
      So, I cling to the gun as well.
      Expert, government opinion? It’s been king for 70 years and it has a very spotty record.
      It’s created wars and rumors of wars and real-life tragedies like communism and fascism and vegans.
      Thanks for the gun, stupid.
      Honey badger doesn’t care for government opinion, or the opinion of “journalists,” and faddists.
      You see, truth always resides wherever brave men still have ammunition.
      I pick truth.



    Clearly you do not speak or have the same math skills as those in our Congress. LOL

    I have learned to decipher most of their double-speak, but have yet to figure out how they can start from "0" claim to receive $100 Million in revenue, show $100 Million in the Expense column yet still claim they have $100 Million available to spend. Oh wait, because they still have the Tax Payer to rip off-- Er collect from..

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •