Wednesday, December 10, 2008


J. Grant Swank, Jr.

Guns are selling like hotcakes, to use an antiquated expression.

There are those who believe that B. Hussein cannot be trusted regarding his soothing grassroots on the issue.

"Prior to his campaign for president, his record as a state legislator and as a U.S. Senator shows he voted for the most stringent forms of gun control, the most Draconian legislation, gun bans, ammunition bans and even an increase in federal excise taxes up to 500 percent for every gun and firearm sold," National Rifle Association spokesman Andrew Arulanandam said.

Therefore, those who use logic for a head thing have reached the conclusion that when B. Hussein now picks up on peace talk, he’s not be believed.

Those who don’t believe B. Hussein in general would go along with the conclusion that B. Hussein simply cannot be trusted on most anything.

He is far left of far left. He always has been.

He champions still the most outrageous killing machines, for example, slaying unborn boys and girls.

He favors killing off the Christian heritage in America in favor of secularization.

He supports sodomy, laying low the biblical ethic of sex, marriage and family.

Then why would any moral patriot believe B. Hussein on his position concerning guns? Not. Therefore, those who put their moneys where their rifles barrels are may just be on target.

B. Hussein is not trustworthy—bottom line.

He says he’s Christian while being a mask Muslim.

He says he’s for family while boosting Planned Parenthood to PTA status.

He says he’s for democracy while playing footsies with Muslims heads throughout the planet.

He says he’s for a “Christian” ethic while informing homosexuals that HIS “Christian ethos” dictates his support for their lifestyles as legitimate.

And so forth and so forth.

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