January 17, 2013

John Yarmuth Trashes 2nd Amendment

Kentucky Democratic Congressman John Yarmuth joined Obama at the hip concerning attempting to gut the 2nd Amendment, cynically using the recent tragedy of Sandy Hook to reveal his true colors. Remember this next election.

"I have been largely silent on the issue of gun violence over the past six years, and I am now as sorry for that as I am for what happened to the families who lost so much," Yarmuth said.

Just like Obama, he is using the tragedy that came about from a crazed gunman killing children to gain political capital. It's despicable to see this man use the death of children in order to attack our diminishing freedoms, using them as political shields.

In a buffoonish attempt at appearing as if he's brave and principled, Yarmuth disgustingly said, "I will not be silent any longer."

On the other hand, Republican Senator Rand Paul acknowledged there needs to be something done, pointing to teachers and principals being trained and armed in order to combat the potential menace. Kentucky needs to adopt that as part of their defensive strategy and make it lawful for trained principals and teachers to pack on school grounds.

The idea that Yarmuth is siding with Barack Obama against the people of Kentucky speaks to the fact he is out of touch with our values, and demands he be removed from office for this outrage.

No one in the world can create a Utopian society; even Jesus Christ acknowledges it'll never happen in this world. So what makes Obama's sycophant Yarmuth think he can do it here?

The point is murder will never stop, and no matter what the government does, there will always be tragedies like this.

We need to understand that government isn't God, and it's not meant to be our healer, and isn't able to be our protector. It's main function is to punish crime after the fact. History has shown that there is no real way for governments to protect its citizens; it's up to them to take responsibility for that themselves.

Yarmuth thinks he has an issue that will help him gain voters. Next election let's totally remind him that for us of us living in Kentucky, that we should do everything we can to protect everyone from violence of any kind, but it's not going to be done in a way that we lose our freedoms and ability to protect ourselves.

It's the gun-free zones at public schools that make them vulnerable to these types of assaults, not the guns that are mostly used for protection, hunting, and shooting activities by law-abiding citizens of the Commonwealth.

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