Thursday, June 23, 2016

No Fly, No Buy' Means No Freedom

Via Iver

The people in the government who want to control our personal choices are the enemies of freedom. And the enemies of freedom can be very clever and seductive.

Last week, these folks, manifesting their lust to keep us dependent upon the government by rejecting the natural right to self-defense, coined a clever phrase: "No fly, no buy." It sounds rational, yet it rejects core American values.

The phrase was pounded home to average Americans during a one-sided 15-hour televised marathon on the floor of the Senate orchestrated by the gun control crowd. The essence of the argument was that stricter laws regarding gun sales would have prevented the massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. In gun control advocates' dream world, the self-loathing Islamic State-inspired killer, willing to take 49 innocent lives, would somehow have been unwilling to violate restrictive gun purchase laws; and his obedience to those laws would have saved lives.

Their argument is naive and absurd. A person willing to commit mass murder is surely willing to break the law to acquire the means to commit the murders. So blinded were these senators in their misguided utterances about self-defense that they forgot about the Constitution.


  1. Yea, look at gunless Germany. The filthy savage muslims
    are getting guns to use against the German fodder, I am sure
    by Radical Islam. I knew the German's should have had
    flotillas of guns pirated into the country.

    1. I suppose it would be Politically Incorrect to state, where is Hitler when we need him the most, so I won't.......:)

    2. Sounds sound to me.