Quote of the day—Hillary Clinton

I was proud when my husband took [the National Rifle Association] on, and we were able to ban assault weapons… We’ve got to go after this. And here again, the Supreme Court is wrong on the Second Amendment. And I am going to make that case every chance I get.

Hillary Clinton
On or before October 1, 2015
[I find it very telling the Democrats are competing on who can have the most repressive gun control plans: Ranking The Democratic Candidates On Gun Control, Because There Are Actually Big Differences In Their Policies. These people are opening saying they want to ignore the Second Amendment. What if they were opening saying they were going to ignore the 13th Amendment? This is the party of the KKK and so it isn’t surprising they found another civil right they are opposed to when they lost that battle. They are courting the 21st Century version of KKK vote. This version doesn’t have the courage to personally face those they wish to victimize. They want the government to disarm us and do the victimizing for them.

See also Hillary Clinton to Receive Gun Control Award and Leaked Audio: Clinton Says Supreme Court Is ‘Wrong’ on Second Amendment.

Don’t ever let anyone get away with telling you that no one wants to take your guns.—Joe]

8 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Hillary Clinton

  1. Hillary, a protégé of Saul Alinsky, describes the NRA as a “pernicious, corrupting influence”. Karl Marx is quoted as saying “accuse others of what you do”. You do the math.

    Once you see the single, simple-minded purpose of authoritarianism, all of the seemingly bizarre contradiction and blindness of the left suddenly makes sense.

    You’re telling not to let anyone ever tell us that no one wants to take our guns away. That’s good advice. I would add that even if both major political parties were saying they fully supported the second amendment, there would still and always be someone trying to find ways to disarm Americans. And so there is a parallel statement to go along with “Don’t ever let anyone tell you that no one wants to take your guns”;

    “Don’t ever tell me that you’re shocked or surprised at anything said or done by the left or its minions.”

    For anyone who is surprised, or is about to be surprised, I have no sympathy for you whatsoever. Far from being surprised, you should have predicted it. It’s been right in front of your face all your life. Don’t ever tell me, “It just doesn’t make any SENSE!” or “Don’t they know they’re hurting themselves too?!!” Those are features, Young Grasshopper, not bugs.

  2. Hilly also says she supports the Australian approach, but then adamantly denies she is in favor of confiscation.
    Then again, she also claims she tried to join the Marines but was turned down for being female. (I wonder if she’s selling any bridges on the side…)

  3. She says the Supreme Court is “wrong on the Second Amendment”.

    Didn’t she, in 2008, try to take a more conservative approach to “gun control” than then-Sen. Obama, who himself admitted that the Second Amendment is “settled law”?

    Which is it? Is 2A and gun rights “settled law”? Or do we need confiscations of all “ugly” firearms — including those protected by 2A, according to prior Supreme Court decisions — disguised as compulsory “buybacks”? You can’t have both.

    Besides which: SCOTUS’ job is to render legal opinions on matters of Constitutionality. Given that their entire function is to make those decisions, and that those decisions are final, is it even possible for them to be “wrong on the Second Amendment”?

    (Note: I’m not asking in terms of gun rights as a natural right that predates the Constitution; if they decided that any restriction is OK, despite 2A, of course they’d be wrong. I’m asking in terms of SCOTUS’ purpose within the scope of the Constitution; they are the final arbiter and their decisions are binding. In terms of “settled law”, they decide what is correct; by definition, they cannot be “wrong”.

    That Hillary! makes such a claim is indicative of the overwhelming and unchecked executive power she believes the President wields, and which she’ll have if elected.)

  4. Regarding the Hildabeast, what I cannot fathom is how people talk about her being POTUS. The question is not whether she should be criminally prosecuted; the only question is what will be the final tall of felony counts, (which should add up to outright espionage)? She needs to die in prison if there is anything approaching the rule of law left in this country. That’s no even bringing up the complete malfeasance and evil that she oversaw in the Benghazi situation which should disqualify her also.

    Anyone who supports or votes for her is not a fellow American. They are traitors.

    • Since when have we had rule of law when it comes to people at her level and political persuasion? She could be caught holding a bloody knife, with entrails dangling out of her mouth, over the body of an infant and the media would find a reason to dismiss it and executive support in the Obama administration to excuse her behavior. To expect her to be prosecuted for mishandling her emails is delusional.

      • You’re right. I’m too much of an optimist. I fully believe that the POTUS could likewise conduct a televised child sacrifice in the Oval Office in Satanic garb and the media would yawn and the Kool-aid drinkers would just call it a late, late term abortion.

        Now, if I have a rifle whose barrel is a little too short and I’m looking at a huge fine and years in prison. If I defend myself against an assailant with more expressed melanin than and I’m a racist killer and will be destroyed by the media and the DOJ. Sigh…

  5. “What’s troubling you is the nature of my game…” — The Rolling Stones, Sympathy for the Devil

    The key in understanding that phrase is that when you’re distracted, surprised, upset, impatient, irritated, confused, shocked, perplexed, indignant, angry, or incensed, that means it’s working. If that is all that is accomplished, it is enough. Gotcha! You are now responding. You are now under control. It is now clear who is in control and it isn’t you, Sucker.

    We all learned this by the time we graduated to the elementary school playground, but too many of us dismissed it or have managed to keep ourselves distracted from the reality of it.

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