BY dWIGHT KEHOE | JANUARY 22, 2014
Licentious illiberal liberals
Across this nation there are streets, blocks, neighborhoods and cites which exist in various gradients of contrasting security and danger. It has been pointed out by many, and many times over, that the safest locations for people to live, work and enjoy life are those areas where the constitutional right to self defense has not been taken away by socialist legislators and liberal judges.
Conversely the areas where citizens are murdered on a daily basis, where any venture into the night has the terrifying potential of being one's last venture anywhere, or any sound heard outside one's home could be the last sound ever heard, tend to be large cities with population majorities of the minority genre. At first glance, and unfortunately at every glance, this environment has been purveyed, instituted and enforced by racist, leftist legislators. These people quite clearly believe that the minority community is more violent, more criminal and more irresponsible than the rest of America.
In every large city, such as Newark, Detroit, Camden, Harlem, Chicago, Philadelphia and many, many more, the people are not permitted the stature of responsibility which is afforded to the non-minority population centers around the country. As a result, the good, the decent, the honest and hardworking minority citizens must cower in indefensible homes, vehicles and work places, while rapists, murderers, drug dealers and warring gangs prowl the streets, very much armed and dangerous while fearing their potential victims with less regard than a shark affords the baby seal.
The question then needs to be asked. Who or what is it that has decided minorities do not have the same constitutional rights as other Americans? The answer is plain, it's simple and unquestionable: Liberal, racist, elitist, legislators, judges and politicians who fear what minorities will do if they are allowed to own and bear arms.
It is undeniable that these licentious illiberal liberals believe that the inner cities are dangerous because of the people living there, when in fact, the people living there are in danger because of them.
There are predators everywhere, but only in the inner cities are people not allowed to defend their family and property from the marauders of the night. Seldom does dawn break in any of these cities without the blood of its citizens flowing in a gutter. For certain, the wielders of the instruments that murdered, whether they be gun, club or knife, are not guiltless. But those leftist lawmakers, perched in the safety of their penthouses and gated communities, the ones who wrote those unconstitutional laws, have equally bloody hands.
It is time these people are held accountable in criminal complicity. Everyday innocent citizens are being deprived of their rights, left helpless and defenseless as a result legislators creating illegal laws.
The bottom line is this. The Constitution is the law of the land. Lawmakers, judges or policeman, who write, adjudicate and enforce laws which are not constitutional or that deprive citizens of their rights, are as guilty as are the actual perpetrators of violent crimes.
Criminal and civil lawsuits brought against these lawless lawmakers, in the form of class action and/or individual indictments, might begin to wake up these elitists, as their livelihood and their security, become threatened. Quite clearly, the cries in the night and the baleful prayers at countless grave sites, day after day, in city after city, will otherwise never be heard.
A final note to the elitist left. The 2nd Amendment is for all of America's citizens. Not just white people in flyover country. But every single law abiding citizen. If you don't like it, the Founding Fathers provided a legal and constitutional way to change it. So go ahead, give it a try. If you succeed, and thank God you will not, then every citizen, in every part of this country, will be subjected to the same defenseless misery as you have travailed upon America's minority communities.
Dwight Kehoe is the Managing Editor of TPATH, Tea Party Advocacy Tracking Hub. For more information, to receive updates and to support TPATH visit www.tpath.org.