Friday, January 18, 2008

Need further proof that Bush is a traitor?

When President George W. Bush is put in a situation where he can be on the side of We the People (and the Constitution) or side with his elitist buddies, guess whose side he picks?

Since "unrestricted" private ownership of guns clearly threatens the public safety, the 2nd Amendment can be interpreted to allow a variety of gun restrictions, according to the Bush administration.

The argument was delivered by U.S. Solicitor General Paul D. Clement in a brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court in the ongoing arguments over the legality of a District of Columbia ban on handguns in homes, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times.

Clement suggested that gun rights are limited and subject to "reasonable regulation" and said all federal limits on guns should be upheld.
Yep. The Bush administration has come down on the side of Big Gun Control in a case that could determine whether or not the Elites will allow the common folk like us to have gun ownership (hint: don't bet on it).

As usual, Vox Day ever-so-succinctly wraps it up in a pretty bow.
As you all know, I never trusted George W. Bush from the very beginning. I tried to warn everyone about him, starting with my first political column written in September 2001. Very, very few listened, insisting that he was a secret small-government conservative with a double-secret plan to hoodwink those evil big-government liberals.

Do you still have confidence that the Supreme Court judges he appointed will be either pro-life or pro-gun? I don't.

I cannot stand George Bush, I dislike him every bit as much as the leftists who fail to understand that he's essentially on their side and call him Chimpy Bushitler or whatever do. But I also have a deep and abiding contempt for those who call themselves conservatives and continue to support him and his fellows - Giuliani, McCain, Romney, Huckabee, and yes, Thompson - who will govern in exactly the same treacherous manner that Bush has. You want war? Oh, they will give you wars a plenty, both at home and abroad!
There's more where that came from, including the thoughts of the preeminent expert on the benefits of eliminating gun control, John Lott.

Are there STILL conservatives out there drinking the Chimpy Bushitler/Giuliani/McCain/Romney/Huckabee/Thompson kool-aid? Wise up, people!