Our “Bill of Rights” is Under Seige

January 11, 2013 in Uncategorized

Our “Bill of Rights” which constitute the first 10 Amendments to our Constitution was developed in response to an overriding fear by our “Founding Fathers” that there existed a clear and present danger that the proposed centralized Federal Government could negate the proposition that “all power is vested in, and consequently derived from, the people …”

Our Constitutional Lawyer and President, Barack Hussein Obama’s threatened unconstitutional attempt to create an Executive Order that affects our 2nd Amendment would have been seen by James Madison’s as precisely why the “Bill of Rights” were required. As a matter of fact Elbridge Gerry of Massachusetts was one of the delegates that walked out of the Philadelphia Convention without signing the final Constitutional draft because  he “demanded a Bill of Rights if he was to support the Constitution”.

It should be clear to all Americans by now that Barack Hussein Obama’s usurping of Congressional and judicial power is not enough to satisfy his appetite for power so as to denigrate and demean America and the American Dream. Obama has already bypassed Congress by usurping the powers in Article I. thru VII.  Of our Constitution and he is now attempting to usurp the powers contained in our “Bill of Rights”.

“When Madame Roland, the moderate French Republican, was a prisoner in the hands of the radicals, she wrote; “Oh my friends. Heaven grant that you may reach the United States– that last refuge of liberty– in safety!” Two-hundred years later, her “last refuge of liberty” is under siege by the same power hungry fanatics who turned the French Revolution into a reign of terror. “

It’s up to YOU to protect our “Bill of Rights” lest Obama thrust us into “…the hands of radicals” and places us “…under siege by the same power hungry fanatics who turned the French Revolution into a reign of terror.”

Understand, Newtown is not the reason, it is the tool  courtesy of Rahm Emanuel  who quipped “…never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.”  

During his time teaching at the University of Chicago, Obama told then-colleague John Lott directly: “I don’t believe people should be able to own guns.”

“As a candidate for the Illinois State Senate in 1996, Obama promised to support a ban on “the manufacture, sale & possession of handguns.”

While running for the U.S. Senate in 2004, Obama spoke in favor of federal legislation to block citizens nationwide from receiving concealed-carry permits. “National legislation will prevent other states’ flawed concealed-weapons laws from threatening the safety of Illinois residents,” he said.

Senator Obama supported Washington, DC’s comprehensive gun ban, which prevented district residents from possessing handguns even in their own homes; required that long guns be kept locked and
disassembled; and lacked a provision allowing the guns to be reassembled in the event of an emergency.