Blatent And Horrid Hypocrisy On Display In Seattle

Well, I’ve had this for a couple of days, but, haven’t been feeling well enough to write about.  I can’t remember how I came across this, so I apologize if I miss giving proper acknowledgment.  I see Brietbart has finally got a hold of this, as well. 



SEATTLE, Wa. — A homosexual coffee shop owner refused service to a group of peaceful Christian abolitionists Sunday and evicted them from his shop.

The abolitionists had been actively engaging people in the city for several days, sharing the gospel, holding signs exposing the abortion holocaust, and handing out literature to people of the streets. According to abolitionist Caytie Davis, the group entered Bedlam Coffee to rest and have a drink but did not engage anyone there.

“We had nothing on us, we weren’t distributing anything,” Davis said. “We bought coffee and went upstairs.” Within minutes of their arrival, the barista ran up the stairs and into the back room to alert the owner of their presence.

A moment later, the owner burst in, shouting, “You have to leave.”

“We were all taken aback because we had no idea what he was talking about,” Davis said. The owner then showed them a pamphlet he had found and demanded to know if it belonged to them. The pamphlet featured an image of an aborted child, as well as rainbow colored imagery along with an explanation of what the rainbow means according to scripture; a symbol of God’s longsuffering mercy toward sinners.

“None of us had dropped anything in the store,” Davis said. “But we told him yes, it was one that we had been handing out in the city, and asked where he’d found it. He told us he found it outside.”

When the abolitionists asked why they had to leave, the owner told them, “This offends me.”

Abolitionist Jonathan Sutherland pointed out that the literature had been found on public property, but the owner repeatedly cut him off, saying “Shut up! Shut up!”

“We tried to talk to him and he wanted nothing to do with it,” Davis added.

“So you’re not willing to tolerate our presence?” Sutherland asked.

“Will you tolerate my presence?” the man responded. Sutherland assured him they would. “We’re actually in your coffee shop,” he said.

“Really?” the owner demanded. “If I go get my boyfriend and f*ck him in the a** right here you’re going to tolerate that?”

“That would be your choice,” Sutherland answered. But the owner would not be persuaded. “Are you going to tolerate it?” he asked again. “Answer my f***ing question! No, you’re going to sit right here and f***ing watch it!”

“Well, we don’t want to watch that,” said Caleb Head, another abolitionist.

“Well than I don’t have to f*cking tolerate this!” the man said. “Leave! All of you. Tell all your f*cking friends, don’t f*cking come here.”

The abolitionists agreed to leave, but Davis took the opportunity as they left to share the message of salvation through Jesus Christ. “Just know that Christ can save you from that lifestyle,” she said.

“Yeah, I like a**,” the owner responded. “I’m not going to be saved by anything. I’d f*ck Christ in the a**. Ok? He’s hot.”

As they exited, abolitionist Jes Sutherland commented, “Seattle has proved itself to not be tolerant.”

“Don’t act so f***ing shocked b**ch,” the owner said. “Get the f*ck out.”

“They had good coffee,” Davis said. “It’s just too bad the service sucked.”

The abolitionists say the treatment they received is hypocritical, in light of recent public discrimination cases involving Christian business owners who have had to fight lawsuits over their refusal to provide services to homosexual weddings on the grounds that to do so violates their faith.

Still, they said they do not wish any harm to come to the coffee shop owners and do not want to see them unfairly treated as many Christian business owners have been.

“On the contrary,” Davis said. “My whole thought, even after, was that I hope that they continue to think about the literature, and it convicts them to the point of repentance.”

There is a video of the encouter at the link above.  WARNING!!!!  The language is foul and graphic!

Now, while this does demonstrate a stunning display of hypocrisy, there are differences between the instances of this vs, say, trying to force a baker to bake a cake for an occassion the baker disagrees with.

The bakers were not forcing anyone out of their establishment, nor, were they refusing to serve anyone.  The Christians seen in the video were not forcing or even coercing anyone in the establishment. 

As stated, I’m not feeling well.  So, I’d rather not engage in a back and forth with anyone at this time.  But, it does bring up some interesting questions. 

Would it be better to simply let the markets sort this out?  Or, is this beyond the pale of the market place?

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We Don’t Know All Of What Happened In Vegas ….. It’s Imbecility To Discuss Possible Solutions


Well, I for one, will wait for all the facts to come in before comming to conclusions as to what happened and how to try and prevent such things from occurring again.  I do believe no one can ever go wrong with teaching and extolling the virtues of respect for life.  But, beyond that, there isn’t much to say, at this time.

In the meantime, here’s an interesting article from 538.  It actually discusses facts, rather than engage in exploitive hyperbole. 

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A Comment About Our Flag ……

I thought I’d share this.  I hope it expresses my thoughts towards our flag appropriately enough for people to understand.


I recently made a comment to a FB friend.  Like many others, she seems confused as to why people stand for our flag.  Now, much of the comment was responding to comments she made.  So, it may be less clear than I wish it to be.  But, let me be clear about this, she’s a friend.

XXX     I’m a veteran. I can tell you unequivocally our flag is not about our servicemen. It’s certainly not why I stand for our flag. Indeed, the people in our military are taught to respect our flag in various ways, but, it is never to simply show respect for our fellow defenders. Our flag, that is, yours and mine, is NOT emblematic of our military. It is emblematic of our nation.

So, this begs the question of what is “our nation”? It is, in part, our military, our guardians. But, that’s just a small part. It’s our people, it is our land, but, mostly, it is the idea of this nation. Sure, pay respects to the people who have offered to die for this nation, if need be, and the many who have. That’s part of respect for the flag. It is also, respect for our fellow citizens, our commonality and pursuit towards a common cause.

But, what is our “idea”, our common cause? The 2nd paragraph of our Declaration of Independence is the start of our common cause …… “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.” ……. I would note, the thoughts expressed here were a near echo of other thoughts already expressed, but, they omitted the reference to the rights “endowed by their Creator”. Our founders had purposely inserted this notion, which, entirely changes the meaning.

That this nation has no king is also, not by happenstance, but, rather derived directly from the Bible. Our Constitution is derived from the notions expressed in the Bible. Indeed, one of our founders, John Adams, had this to say about our Constitution ….. ” Avarice, ambition, revenge, or gallantry, • would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” .

The foundation and the idea of this nation is centered entirely on God’s Word. I suppose the central notion is freedom. As you well know, God is the Father of freedom. No legitimate government can be founded otherwise. As far as I know, no other government has been. This is our notion, our idea, for our people, for our land, one nation, under God, indivisible. <—— This is our flag!!!!

I yearn for this nation to be a moral and religious nation. I desire that the people of this nation understand our rights, our freedoms are endowed by our Creator. I pray that we may once again be one nation under God. I respect our guardians who gave so much for this idea. This is why I stand for our (yours and mine) flag. I’ve never once tried to compel people to do so, nor, do I advocate doing such. But, then, if they don’t, then, they’ve lost all of my respect.

BTW, it isn’t idolatry to do so. Standing, rather than kneeling, is intentional. Standing means you are a part of whatever you are standing for, kneeling means you are subservient to whatever you are kneeling for. I don’t want anyone to kneel for our flag. Then, it does become idolatry.

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The NFL Broke My Heart, But, Not My Spirit!

After yesterday’s NFL display of “unity”, I’m heartbroken.


As I was growing up, I kept hearing baseball as being referred to as “America’s game”.  But, even then, I knew better.  Sure, baseball is a fine game, but, it wasn’t/isn’t football.  Football, by far, embodied Americanism. 

You see, America is a collective of rugged individuals, all come together for a common cause …… the notion that all men were created equal and all that flows from such notion.  And, football embodies such a notion.  Eleven rugged individuals on the field at the same, with different talents, each of equal importance, comming together for a common cause. 

Yesterday’s exibition was an exihibition of team or league over country.  It was in response to a statement Trump made ….. “Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when someone disrespects our flag to say, `Get that son of a bitch off the field right now! Out. He’s fired! He’s fired!“

And, yes, I’d love to see exactly that. It is what should have happened the first time some SOB disrespected our nation. 

Our national anthem and our flag are symbolic of our nation.  Indeed, our national anthem was wrote because of the great and ultimate sacrifices given by unnamed men, ensuring our flag remain flying through a most horrific bombardment.  You should watch this video (the account is slightly disupted), but, it’s sentiment is entirely and exactly correct.

The video talks about the bodies which held up the flag …….. over the course of the years of this nation’s existence, that’s exactly what has happened. 

But, that isn’t all that our flag, our anthem, represents.  It is not only the sacrifices (many the ultimate sacrifice) and service our people gave, but, also the notion of this nation.  That all men were created equal, and that we can and should govern ourselves, and the feality to such notion by most Americans throughout our history.

So, we stand for our flag, and we stand for our national anthem, not only for the brave men and women to serve our nation now, but, who also served our nation in the past, we stand for the notion of this nation, and we stand for the people of this nation ………  IN DISPLAY OF OUR UNITY WITH THE PEOPLE OF THIS NATION!

In many responses from teams of the NFL to the league, the word “divisive” was used in response to Trump’s statements.  I can think of nothing more divisive in the US than to show disrespect to our Flag and our Anthem and all that it stands for.

Also, I’d like to address some of more simple minds who may read this …….. No one, and I’ll repeat, NO ONE is trying to take a first admendment right from anyone else.  Not Trump, not me, not anyone.  Yes, everyone in this land has a right to protest as they see fit (with the exception of causeing harm or damage to people and property), but, you don’t have a right to do it on my dime, or anyone else’. 

Your NFL team, or your league unity is not more important than national unity, as this man so demonstrates. (And, the hundreds of other American citizens are demonstrating in the pic)


I was an NFL fan since my earliest memories.  It is a part of me.  The first Super Bowl I remember watching my Dolphins lose to my Cowboys.  (My first peewee league team was the Dolphins, my second, the Cowboys.)  I’ve been a diehard fan ever since.  But, it strikes me …….  I was raised on Army bases.  When the flag was raised and lowered, when the horn played, everyone stopped and saluted (or stood at attention with your hand over your heart) the flag or from the direction of the music if you couldn’t see the flag.  It didn’t matter if you were driving or not.  Cars stopped, soldiers and people got out!

Growing up, I distinguished no difference between football and America, or our Flag.  I guess I’m not done growing up.  The day any team I’m on or I support has decided that it should take precidence over my flag, my anthem, my country, is the day I quit that team.  It is, after all, only a game.  A game which holds little resemblemce to the game I played, and the game I once loved so dearly. 

God, family, country.  In that order!

Join with me, if you will, in unity with our fellow Americans to send a strong message to the NFL that we won’t tolerate disrespecting our Flag, our Anthem, our Nation.  I’ll have no part of it.

Addendum …….. as I don’t have cable and cannot watch, nor would if I could, ESPN, could someone let me know if the Cowboys in any manner sat or kneeled when our Anthem is played?

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Week 3 NFL Picks!!!

Running late, so the picks will be quick!

 (2-0-0) Ravens 0

 (1-1-0) Jaguars 13   This game is already underway.  I probably wouldn’t have picked it like this, but, getting spotted 13 pts throws me to the Jags.

(2-0-0) Steelers   I think the Steeler D will be all over this game.

(0-2-0) Bears

(0-2-0) Browns

(0-2-0) Colts  Uhmm ……. I don’t really know which of these teams are the least worst …… the Colts, …… maybe?

(0-2-0) Giants

(1-1-0) Eagles  I see a long day for Eli …….

(1-0-0) Dolphins  My fish seemed a little rusty last week, but, this week they get the Jets!

(0-2-0) Jets

(2-0-0) Broncos  This will be a good test of an away-game for the Broncs.

(1-1-0) Bills

(0-2-0) Saints

(2-0-0) Panthers   ……… What’s there to say?

(2-0-0) Falcons

(2-0-0) Lions …..  The Lions play very well at home.

(1-0-0) Buccaneers

(1-1-0) Vikings  I just don’t know for sure on this one, so I’m going with the home team.

(1-1-0) Texans

(1-1-0) Patriots  Pats take this one.

(1-1-0) Seahawks  Going out on a limb, here.

(1-1-0) Titans

(0-2-0) Bengals

(1-1-0) Packers  The Pack has this one.

(2-0-0) Chiefs  Chiefs are hitting on all 8 right now!

(0-2-0) Chargers

(2-0-0) Raiders  Should be an easy win for the Raiders.

(1-1-0) Redskins

(1-1-0) Cowboys  Well …… maybe?

(1-1-0) Cardinals

 (2-1-0) Rams 41 9ers are playing, they’re just not getting it done.

 (0-3-0) 49ers 39

That’s all I got, what do you think?

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Week Two NFL Picks!!!!

Last week, I went 9-5 in the picking …… really for the first week of the season, I’d say it wasn’t bad.  But, I do hope to improve.  Let’s see what on schedule for today …..

(0-1-0) Browns

(1-0-0) Ravens  Ahh, yes!  The old Browns vs the newer Browns.  Cleveland looks like they finally started to improve, at least, they did last week.  The Ravens OTOH, looked like they were ready to be a good football team, this year. 

(0-1-0) Bears

(0-0-0) Buccaneers  I’ve no idea what the Buccs are like, this year.  The Bears were surprisingly competitive against the Falcons, last week, so I may have this pick wrong.  But, I’m going with the home team.

(1-0-0) Vikings 

(1-0-0) Steelers  The Vikings looked good last week ……. against the Saints.  The Steelers did not look all that sharp.  But, they’re back at home.  I’m going with the Steelers.

(0-1-0) Patriots  This ought to be an interesting game.  It also figures to probably break records in the amount of passes thrown.  It’s a hard pick considering both teams starts.  I just can’t see the Pats losing two in a row.

(0-1-0) Saints

(1-0-0) Eagles

(1-0-0) Chiefs  I love these sorts of matchups!  Already separating the prentenders from the contenders!  We’ll see if the lose of Berry will be significant or not to the Chiefs D.  But, the Chiefs really looked good last week.

(0-1-0) Titans

(1-0-0) Jaguars  This is another hard one to pick, but, I like the fact that the Jags discovered that you can run and be successful in this league.  I don’t know where the Titans are.  They didn’t look very good against the Raiders, but, then, they were playing the Raiders ……. so, today will tell us more about both teams.

(0-1-0) Cardinals  This game is the opposite of separating pretenders/contenders.  This game will let us know which team is really terrible.  The Cards lost their stud RB last week.  I had thought Palmer could still throw …… after last week, I’m less sure.  Today, we get to see.

(0-1-0) Colts

(1-0-0) Bills

(1-0-0) Panthers  Another hard call …… but, the Panthers at home is usually a good bet.

(0-1-0) Jets

(1-0-0) Raiders  I think the Raiders will be too much for the Jets.

(0-0-0) Dolphins  Well, I’m probably just picking with my heart, here.  But, Miami is supposed to be significantly improved this year.  We’ll see.

(0-1-0) Chargers

(0-1-0) 49ers

(0-1-0) Seahawks  I saw nothing from SF to think they’re going to be competitive this year.  Should be an easy win for the ‘hawks.

(0-1-0) Redskins

(1-0-0) Rams  The Rams looked good against the Colts, but, it was just the Colts.  We’ll see how they do against the Redskins.

(1-0-0) Cowboys  This should be a very good game!  It’s always hard to play at Mile High …  Siemian looked okay last week, but, that was against the Chargers.  And, the Broncs running game looked good.  But, I think the Cowboys are going to be too much for the Broncs.

(1-0-0) Broncos

(1-0-0) Packers

(1-0-0) Falcons  This should also be a great game to watch!  And, I’m not sure how it will go, so, I’m going with the home team.

(1-0-0) Lions

(0-1-0) Giants  Historically, the Lions aren’t very good away from home, and I think the Giants are a better team than what they showed last week. 

 (1-1-0) Texans 13  Uhmm …… what in the world is wrong with Dalton?  Cincy has a lot to figure out and quickly. 

 (0-2-0) Bengals 9

Well, that’s how I picked ‘em!  What do you think?

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The Dire Effect Global Warming Has Had On Coffee Production Demostrated!!!!!!!

So, the warmists are up to their idiocy, again.  As I was reading about one of their latest scares, I thought, well, I haven’t done this in a while ….. this could be fun!  And, it was.

We’ve been told, over,  and over, and over again, that it has never been hotter than our recent years.  That global warming has kicked into over-drive over the past couple of decades or so.  Now, we also have this ……..

Coupling of pollination services and coffee suitability under climate change


Climate change will cause geographic range shifts for pollinators and major crops, with global implications for food security and rural livelihoods. However, little is known about the potential for coupled impacts of climate change on pollinators and crops. Coffee production exemplifies this issue, because large losses in areas suitable for coffee production have been projected due to climate change and because coffee production is dependent on bee pollination. We modeled the potential distributions of coffee and coffee pollinators under current and future climates in Latin America to understand whether future coffee-suitable areas will also be suitable for pollinators. Our results suggest that coffee-suitable areas will be reduced 73–88% by 2050 across warming scenarios, a decline 46–76% greater than estimated by global assessments. Mean bee richness will decline 8–18% within future coffee-suitable areas, but all are predicted to contain at least 5 bee species, and 46–59% of future coffee-suitable areas will contain 10 or more species. In our models, coffee suitability and bee richness each increase (i.e., positive coupling) in 10–22% of future coffee-suitable areas. Diminished coffee suitability and bee richness (i.e., negative coupling), however, occur in 34–51% of other areas. Finally, in 31–33% of the future coffee distribution areas, bee richness decreases and coffee suitability increases. Assessing coupled effects of climate change on crop suitability and pollination can help target appropriate management practices, including forest conservation, shade adjustment, crop rotation, or status quo, in different regions.

My bold.

Well, that’s interesting.  Assuming we’ve already have years and years of “climate change” (the evil sort), we should be able to discern what dire effects this will have on our coffee production based on the very near past experience of coffee production while the evil “climate change” was happening.  Let’s look …………


Imma just going to go out on a limb here, and say, I don’t believe there’s much to worry about.  It seems, regardless of what’s happening to the land and the bees (they’re both fine) our coffee production is going to be okay.

Sigh, they haven’t gotten any smarter since the last time I did this stuff. 

At some point, some of these dolts have to come to the realization that the earth’s plants love CO2!  And, by giving them what they love, they reward us with not only their fruits, but, also some wonderfully pure oxygen!

Increased atmospheric CO2 (evidence of man’s advancement) does nothing, but, green the planet, increase crop production, and cleans the air.  Any suggestion of anything else is simply sophistry and stupidity.

h/t Breitbart

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Just Putting This Out To People — So If Trump’s A Racist ..???


I think it’s about time to put this BS lie to bed. 

Trump has done some things I agree with, other things I don’t agree with.  While it’s too early in his presidency to come to any conclusions as to whether or not he’s a “good” president, I believe the media has blinded some of our fellow citizens.  This was to cause an emotional reaction to any and all things Trump does, rather than see the reality of his efforts.  They only see, and will only see, “racism” or some such rot. 

For instance, the proposed border was/is seen as “racism” ….. which is laughable, because, either a border for the north or the south (I highly recommend both) wouldn’t distinguish between races.  Hispanics (in most cases) are Caucasians.  …. weird!!!  I know, right?  Yeh, there’s a different word, I’ll share it with you once we get over this “racist” idiocy. 

Did I mention the “media”?  Well, yes, yes I did.  I don’t have the space, ….. well, I do, but, it just wouldn’t be right to replicate it here, and it’s lengthy.  But, it’s a definative read.  This is what an expose (imagine the tilde) should look like.

Go here to read about  The Myth of Trump and the KKK

Notice the author’s name. 

I should go on about how “peace” and “prosperity” go hand-in-hand, but, I’ve had too many.  I should go on about how open borders prevents both. 

Whether he’s doing it right or not is clearly open for debate, but, I’ve no question that Trump is working for all Americans —-  the key word being “Americans” — as it should be!

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NFL Week One Picks!!!!!

Well, it’s that time of year!  Football!  Last year, I did “okay”, but, this year I hope to be picking over 80%.  We’ll see. 

As in all years, the season opener is a bit of a mystery.  You just don’t know what kind of team each team is going to be ……..

(0-0-0) Steelers  Well, you can be reasonabley sure of this game.  I’m excited to see what L. Bell can do with a full season.

(0-0-0) Browns

(0-0-0) Cardinals  I look for Palmer to bounce back a bit, now that most of his recievers are healthy.  I don’t expect much from the Lions.

(0-0-0) Lions

(0-0-0) Jaguars

(0-0-0) Texans  Well, you just don’t know with this one.  Both teams are liable to have many distracted players.  I’m a bit surprised that they’re going ahead and playing this game.  But, maybe some continuety is just what these people need.

(0-0-0) Raiders  I’m picking the Raiders as the team to beat in the AFC.  I think Carr will put up huge numbers this year.

(0-0-0) Titans

(0-0-0) Eagles

(0-0-0) Redskins  Well, this is a rivalry of sorts.  A yawner for most everyone else, but, I think the Redskins will get them.

(0-0-0) Ravens

(0-0-0) Bengals  Will be Bengals ever really get it all together?  IDK, but, I think they’ll improve over last year.

(0-0-0) Falcons  I don’t see the Bears being very competitive this year.  The Falcons drafted defense, which, they needed.

(0-0-0) Bears

(0-0-0) Jets 

(0-0-0) Bills  With the Pats’ loss, this is an opportunity for the rest of the teams in the division.  I think the Bills will get off to a quick start, again, this season, only to fade as the season goes on.

(0-0-0) Colts 

(0-0-0) Rams  I don’t know how to pick this one.  It’s two teams who have lately excelled at not improving at all.  Luck is hurt, so, I’ll go with the home team.

(0-0-0) Seahawks

(0-0-0) Packers  Ohhh!!!!  This should be a good one!  But, it’s the Pack at home, so I’m going with the Pack.  Though this should be a great one to watch!

(0-0-0) Panthers  This should not be a great one to watch. 

(0-0-0) 49ers

(0-0-0) Giants

(0-0-0) Cowboys  But, this should also be a great one to watch!  Will last year’s rookies have a sophomore jinx?  We’ll see.  FWIW, I think Elliot is making a mistake.  I think the NFL is wrong in the suspension, but, the risk for Elliot and the Cowboys is too great to delay the suspension.  What happens if we’re half-way through the season when the courts decide the NFL can suspend?

(0-0-0) Saints  I think the Saints will be mediocre this year.  Which is better than what I think the Vikings will be.

(0-0-0) Vikings

(0-0-0) Chargers

(0-0-0) Broncos  LOL!!!  Brock Osweiller is back at Denver and a backup, again!

 (1-0-0) Chiefs 42  The Chiefs looked fantastic in the season opener against the defending champs.  Honestly, I don’t think this was a fluke.  I’ve always stated that there is no replacement for speed in the NFL.  The Chiefs have two of the fastest players in the NFL starting on offense.  Now, though, I’m sure coach Bill will correct some of the obvious flaws in his team, so don’t expect the Pats to be doormats this year. 

 (0-1-0) Patriots 27

Miami and Tampa, because of the hurricane, are taking their byes on the first week of the season.

Well, those are my picks, what do you think?

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Emergency Gun Confiscation!!!!!!


Seized: With Hurricane Irma Bearing Down, US Virgin Islands Starts Confiscating Guns From Residents

Hurricane Harvey has passed, but as communities along the Gulf of Mexico recover, there’s another storm heading into the area. Blessedly, it’s not projected to strike the Houston-area, but Hurricane Irma, which was upgraded to a category five storm, is projected to wreak havoc along the US Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republican before slamming into Florida. It will then proceed up the east coast. As islanders and Floridians alike prepare for the worst, the U.S. Virgin Islands are also enforcing another measure, and it’s not making sure all windows are boarded up; they’re confiscating its residents’ firearms. The National Rifle Association is considering filing a lawsuit against the island. The Daily Caller also obtained a copy of the seizure order (via Fox News):

You can read the order at the links. 

I don’t have many reasonable words for this manical ursurption of basic human rights which is being perputrated against American citizens.  What I have is this …..

The Governor needs removed.  Now. 

If you are so afraid that the people with guns will harm other people during a time of crisis, then, you are doing governing wrong.

Hurricanes, I know about, but, have never lived through one.  Other disasters, such as floods and tornadoes, I have.  Never once, even during most desparate times, have I seen legal, law abiding gun owners turn against their fellow citizens.  Indeed, it is those very same people you need to turn to when all hell is braking loose.  They will protect you and defend your property. 

The NRA rightly states this leaves the most vulnerable people defenseless. 

Further, this insane action causes unduly, unnecessary, and additional crises.  These people already have too much to think about.  They shouldn’t have to worry about some idiot lunatic wanting to grab their ultimate defense against looters and other criminals. 

Also, were it me, they’d have to kill me first.  I assume their National Guard would have other priorities, at this time!

If there are any deaths or harm to come to legally, and law abiding citizens because of such ursurption, then, the Governor should be personally held responsible.   

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