The King has spoken

Our soon to be re-crowned King has spoken to his subjects, and has decreed by executive order 23 provisions to administer throughout his domain.

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His majesty’s loyal subjects are not to be trusted with firearms any longer, as there are too many unstable people who might go on another shooting spree. Aside from looking at the true causes for these mass shootings, namely the taking of pharmaceutical drugs, our King has decided that his subjects should be treated like children and that all of them should have their toys taken away from them if one of them acts up.

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Let me make this point very clear; the government is not your daddy. Although it is perhaps an abusive husband, beating you when you step out of line, but promising always to make things right again afterwards.

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I’ve mentioned before how gun control doesn’t work, you’d think a man who once lived in Chicago, which has the toughest gun laws in the nation, and yet has the highest per-capita murder rate, would know that gun control doesn’t work. Unless of course his intent is simply to disarm a disciplined populace to advance his reign of tyranny.

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It’s ironic that our King flanked himself with children yesterday as he used them as a shield by which to maneuver his decrees. Children make the best excuse for tyrants to pass their wicked laws.

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The emotionally charged, and uninformed have cried out for their daddy government to take care of them in this hour of need, instead of take the adult option of informing themselves and preparing for another tragedy in a sensible and responsible way.  Some people have done this, such as a high school in Ohio, which voted unanimously to allow its janitors to carry concealed weapons on campus just in case something bad was to happen, so long as they are well trained beforehand. This method has worked quite well in areas where concealed carry holders have put an end to a mad mans desperate attempt at bloody revenge on a personal vendetta.

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Never mind that more hammers were used to kill people last year than rifles, and never mind that as many people are killed each year by drunk drivers as firearms altogether. You are but a lowly subject, and you are not to be trusted. It is best that you turn your firearms in now, and bow to your king.

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Ah, but that’s not going to happen is it? You see there is this ‘little book’ as Piers Morgan so derogatorily called it that prevents the King from having his way throughout the land. In fact, this ‘little book’ was written after some very wise men fought a war of independence to break away from their king.

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If more of the King’s subjects bothered to read this sacred document, they might not bow and cower before him so easily. In fact they might get ideas of rebellion form in their heads also, as their founding fathers once did.

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More and more people are now reading the United States Constitution, and realizing that the King does not have the legal right to amass the power he now presides over, and that it is we the people who are to govern ourselves, not to be dictated to by a man who wishes to build himself an empire from his throne in Washington DC.

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There is indeed talk of rebellion throughout the land, and his subjects are getting very upset at the King’s actions.

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There are Tea Party groups, Liberty groups and other well funded organizations which are starting to band together in unison against the King’s decrees, and are willing to do anything possible to stop him. Like the patriots before them, they will do everything they can in a peaceful manner to bring about peace, justice and liberty to their lands, but they will not allow it to be taken from them by force.

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Nine of the ten amendments have been all but surpassed in recent years, and the last one stopping the King and his loyal lords from gaining complete power is only to be used as a last line of defense  The second amendment is America’s doomsday provision. The right to own an assault rifle comes from a need to defend this country from tyranny; both foreign and domestic.

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The time will come soon where each individual will have to ask himself if he is willing to bow before the King’s wishes, or act out of rebellion to protect the rights of himself and his family. The constitution affords each man and women the right to defend themselves from such tyranny.

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The King may grow wise over the next four years and eventually step down from his throne, but considering his actions over the previous four years, it is unlikely he will end his reign of power, lies and deceit on the American people. If he does attempt to confiscate his subjects firearms, he will inevitably start a civil conflict that will erupt into a full blown war of independence once more. And we all know how the last war ended for the King before him.

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