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July 5, 2006

UN-American fight

What would I do if I a week went by without reading about the U.N. trying to impose some kind of restriction or rebuke on the United States? I laughed out loud (LOL for all you text and internet chat junkies) when I read this latest farce. It seems the U.N. is pushing for the U.S. to put stricter gun control laws in place.

Hey, U.N., how many times are we going to have to tell you to fuck off?

It isn’t surprising that a bunch of European sissies are screaming for us to get on the gun ban bandwagon. I wouldn’t want to come to the U .S. as a Frenchman when there are concealed weapon laws either.

Robert Joseph, the undersecretary of state for arms control and international security, had this to say:

"The U.S. Constitution guarantees the rights of our citizens to keep and bear arms, and there will be no infringement of those rights. The United States will not agree to any provisions restricting civilian possession, use or legal trade of firearms inconsistent with our laws and practices."

Kofi Anan, Secretary General of the U.N., after receiving thousands of letters from pissed off gun owners made this statement:
"…not negotiating a global gun ban or denying law-abiding citizens their right to bear arms in accordance with their national laws."
You’re damn skippy, jackhole. I wouldn’t want people to have easy access to small arms if I were involved in a worldwide scandal either.

Even though he has a Frenchy sounding name I agree with what Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president of the National Rifle Association, said about the U.N.’s whinning:

"No. They want to be a global nanny. They want to give a global permission slip. They don't think in terms of individual rights, self-defense, privacy," said LaPierre. "They think in terms of global registry, data banks, surveillance systems, and ultimately giving all guns to the government and leaving honest people totally defenseless."
Here, here.

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