Poll Reveals Americans Blame Government More Than Guns for Florida School Shooting

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

“FBI Warned”

Americans Blame Government More Than Guns for Florida Massacre:
http://m.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/current_events/gun_control/americans_blame_government_more_than_guns_for_florida_massacre

Most Americans think government error is more responsible than a lack of gun control for the Valentine’s Day massacre at a Florida high school.

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My Commentary: “The Adventures of the Public Who Just Started Paying Attention”

Guns Are for the Elect, and Their Mercenaries!

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “Heartland Institute,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

“Rep. Rangel: Law abiding citizens just shouldn’t have to carry guns.
Reporter: But, you’re protected by guns all over the place here at the Capitol.
Rep. Rangel: Well, that’s a little different. I think we deserve… I think we need to be protected down here.”
– Rep. Charlie Rangel (D), New York City
(If this isn’t hypocrisy at the highest level, I don’t know what is.)

My Commentary: Silly peasants. Guns are for the elect, and their mercenaries!

(note: though I previously shared a slightly different version of this artwork in June of 2017, within my post, “To the State, No Lives Matter…,” I still felt compelled to offer up an alternative commentary when I saw it again, due to the recent anti-gun push triggered by the latest school shooting, here in the States)

To the State, No Lives Matter…

As I scrolled through my Facebook memories, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “Young Americans for Liberty,” which I originally posted to my own wall in June of 2016, and decidedly re-shared it, while adding a commentary…

“Rep. Rangel: Law abiding citizens just shouldn’t have to carry guns.
Reporter: But, you’re protected by guns all over the place here at the Capitol.
Rep. Rangel: Well, that’s a little different. I think we deserve… I think we need to be protected down here.”
– Rep. Charlie Rangel (D), New York City

My Commentary: As far as the State is concerned, #NoLivesMatter

CNN Analyst Lies About American Police State in Effort to Condemn Brazilian Guards Who Aimed Guns at Olympian Ryan Lochte

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Law enforcement analyst, Art Roderick

Law enforcement analyst, Art Roderick

‘We Don’t Do That Here in the US’: CNN Analyst rips Brazilian Guards for Pulling Guns on Ryan Lochte:
http://www.rawstory.com/2016/08/we-dont-do-that-here-in-the-us-cnn-analyst-rips-brazilian-guards-for-pulling-guns-on-ryan-lochte/

() Appearing on CNN, a former U.S. Marshals director questioned a Brazilian guard’s actions after getting into a scuffle with four U.S. Olympic swimmers, suggesting that pulling a gun on a suspect or a criminal is not something that happens in the U.S.

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My Commentary: Liar.

Never Forget That, in the End, Every Law is Enforced at Gunpoint, and Under Threat of Abduction and Imprisonment

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “Voluntary Virtues Network,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

"There should be a draft where every young person has to do one year of something - military, public works - something so that we feel invested in the same game, because that's the part we've lost." - John Stewart ""We should extort money from people and pay men with guns to force people to do arbitrary, and sometimes criminal things, for at least a year. That way, we'd all feel united as slaves." - Translation, by Jeff Berwick

“There should be a draft where every young person has to do one year of something – military, public works – something so that we feel invested in the same game, because that’s the part we’ve lost.” – John Stewart

“We should extort money from people and pay men with guns to force people to do arbitrary, and sometimes criminal things, for at least a year. That way, we’d all feel united as slaves.” – Translation, by Jeff Berwick

My Commentary: Never forget that, in the end, every law is enforced at gunpoint, and under threat of abduction and imprisonment. So, please stop suggesting the use of State violence against peaceful people in your hopelessly naive, pathetically misguided attempt to “help.”

Think volunteer public service is a good idea? Cool! Then, get off your ass, and get to work! Try leading by example, and stop stooping to coercion!