Gun control advocate, Rosie O’Donnell, feels that the rest of America is a very dangerous group, not to be trusted with guns.
We are so dangerous that only she should have a well-armed body guard to protect her kids who are more precious than everyone else’s.
OK, nothing new… it didn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that the well orchestrated PR campaign to disarm Americans called the Million Moms on the Mall was designed to intimidate and manipulate. The spokesmen didn’t realize that America would be watching their actions and actually hold them accountable to their words. This inconsistent thinking on a civilian level was reflected to me the other day from a global military perspective.
A Wing Commander of the Air Force introduced himself as a fighter pilot and then proceeded to say that the second Amendment has been misinterpreted… that it doesn’t mean the individual has the right to keep and bear arms.
The hypocrisy was as obvious as that of Rosie’s, but what was very scarey about this encounter is that he has sworn to defend the constitution, and is given armed aircraft to do it. But he doesn’t even know what the constitution says.
So is it ignorance or hypocrisy that is driving this agenda? Either way, it sends a clear message to all citizens that the ones with guns are trying a little too hard to make sure the rest of us don’t have them.