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Gun Debate Separating Conservatives From CINOs

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Gun Debate Separating Conservatives From CINOs

04.09.13 09:01 PM

The Senate gun-control debate is drawing a distinct line that is separating conservatives who still hold some aspects of the Constitution in respect from those who see it as a nuisance standing in the way of their move toward tyranny and suppression of the people.

Thirteen “conservative” Senate Republicans signed a letter that was delivered a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (Fascist-Nev.) expressing their promise to block the Senate from considering gun-control legislation that includes more background checks. Conservatives in name only (CINOs) like the progressive neocon John McCain say they can’t understand why their colleagues wouldn’t want unConstitutional legislation discussed.

Another supposed conservative has gone squishy. Senator Pat Toomey, a Tea Party darling, is working with Democrat Joe Manchin on a compromise background check bill. Toomey and the other CINOs don’t understand that when liberty and tyranny compromise, liberty is lost. When the 2nd Amendment is gone, there is nothing left to keep the others in place — even marginally.




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