Oppression is seldom as visible as Obama’s Gun Grab strategy. Oppression is like a thief in the night who enters a home quietly, steals some valuables then leaves everything seemingly like it was before he entered. Liberty can be lost all at once like when a dictator takes over a culture or it can be lost in small amounts that seem innocuous at the time but like the frog in the cold water analogy that tolerates small losses of cold as the heat is increased until it’s too late for the frog.Obama has been increasing the heat and like the thief in the night he’s been getting away with it by distracting us with side issues.

So it is that Liberty has been lost incrementally. Obama took away your ability to make medical decisions. He’s bragged about it and told Mitt Romney he liked it when people referred to it as Obamacare. Obama has been turning up the heat against Liberty for the past seven years.

The Overton Window shows people will tolerate small losses of Liberty as long as the losses are small enough. For example Obama said he doesn’t want to take away anyone’s gun. Of course he lied but he said it was to keep you safe and lots of people accepted the loss of their ability to buy a gun in exchange for Obama’s false promise. Would you be more safe with your own gun or would you be content to wait for the police to arrive after you call 9-1-1 during an attack, knowing the police are already busy and the attack would be over when they arrive? Even worse for you during the attack, the Supreme court ruled the police are not obligated to protect you from an attack.

Most people actually encourage Obama to take away their right to be free from a warrantless search when they agree the President should increase the reasons people can be prohibited to buy a gun. Who decides who the right people are? Obama knows it’s got to be the government. The Founders fought a long, bloody war against the most powerful nation at the time to secure Liberty and Justice for all.

The revolution against the King began with the famous Tea Party in Boston. If ended That fight ended but the vigilance needed to defend, protect and preserve Liberty has been going on almost since the beginning of the human race and recently it’s been going poorly. The Southern border of America has been repeatedly breached. The latest estimates of the number of illegal aliens in America range from 11 million to over 40 million but most people don’t know how to get it stopped. Donald Trump came up with the idea of a wall. Suddenly he became the most popular candidate for President.

A background check is a search. A search without a warrant violates the Fourth Amendment.
If you can’t even get a gun you cannot have it taken away.

Rush said: “how in the world can you conclude anything but Obama wants to take as many guns away from people as he possibly can?” But Rush missed the point. Forcing someone to undergo an investigation before they are permitted to buy a gun makes them guilty but they cannot prove they are innocent. The government is violating the Second Amendment by stopping their ability to get a gun in the first place.

And where did the government get the power to sentence people to a lifetime without a gun unless they agree to allow the government to investigate them without a warrant? The President is in clear violation of the Fourth Amendment. A background check is a search. Searches are prohibited unless the government has reasonable suspicion that a crime has been committed. A background check without the reasonable suspicion that the applicant has committed a crime violates the Amendment.

Australia confiscated guns and armed robberies are up 69%. Assaults with guns rose 28%. Gun murders increased 19%. Home invasions jumped 21%. that’s what happened when the government in Australia confiscated some of the guns.

At the CNN anti-gun Obama Town Hall, Taya Kyle, wife of Chris Kyle as President Obama the following: “I appreciate you taking the time to come here. And I think that your message of hope is something I agree with. And I think it’s great. And I think that by creating new laws, you do give people hope. The thing is that the laws that we create don’t stop these horrific things from happening, right? And that’s a very tough pill to swallow.

We want to think that we can make a law and people will follow it. By the very nature of their crime, they’re not following it. By the very nature of looking at the people who hurt our loved ones here, I don’t know that any of them would have been stopped by the background check. And yet, I crave that desire for hope, too.

And so I think part of it we have to recognize that we cannot outlaw murder because people who are murdering, right, are — they’re breaking the law, but they also don’t have a moral code that we have. And so they could do the same amount of damage with a pipe bomb. The problem is that they want to murder.

And I’m wondering why it wouldn’t be a better use of our time to give people hope in a different way, to say, “You know what? We” — well first of all, actually, let me back up to that. Because with the laws, I know that at least last I heard, the federal prosecution of gun crimes was like 40 percent. And what I mean by that is that there are people lying on these forms already and we’re not prosecuting them. So there’s an issue there, right?

But instead, if we can give people hope and say also during this time while you’ve been president, we are at the lowest murder rate in our country — all-time low murders. We’re at an all-time high of gun ownership, right?

I’m not necessarily saying the two are correlated, but what I’m saying is that we’re at an all-time low for murder rate. That’s a big deal. And yet I think most of us in this country feel like it could happen at any moment. It could happen to any of us at any time.

And I’m almost finished. Just when — when you talk about the NRA, and after a mass shooting that gun sales go up, I would argue that it’s not necessarily that I think somebody’s going to come take my gun from me, but I want the hope — and the hope that I have the right to protect myself; that I don’t end up to be one of these families; that I have the freedom to carry whatever weapon I feel I need, just like your wife said on that farm (ph). You know, I don’t — the sheriff’s aren’t going to get to my house either.

And I understand that background checks aren’t necessarily going to stop me from getting a gun, but I also know that they wouldn’t have stopped any of the people here in this room from killing. And so it seems like almost a false sense of hope.

So why not celebrate where we are? I guess that’s my real question is…

OBAMA: Well…

QUESTION: Celebrate that we’re good people, and 99.9 percent of us are never going to kill anyone.
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Next was a rape victim:
COOPER: I think one question a lot of people have about you is, do you believe the fundamental notion that a good guy with a gun, or a good woman with a gun is an important bulwark against a bad person with a gun?

And before you answer, I want you to meet Kimberly Corban. Kimberly was a college student in Colorado in 2006. Kimberly’s right over there. She was raped by a man who broke into her apartment.

She testified for three hours in the trial against him. Her attacker was sentenced to 24 years to life in prison, and I know that attack, Kimberly, changed your view of handguns. What’s your question for the president?

QUESTION: Absolutely.

As a survivor of rape, and now a mother to two small children — you know, it seems like being able to purchase a firearm of my choosing, and being able to carry that wherever my — me and my family are — it seems like my basic responsibility as a parent at this point.

I have been unspeakably victimized once already, and I refuse to let that happen again to myself or my kids. So why can’t your administration see that these restrictions that you’re putting to make it harder for me to own a gun, or harder for me to take that where I need to be is actually just making my kids and I less safe?

Obama answered Kimberly by explaining why he wanted to make it harder for some people to get a gun but when was he given the power that was prohibited to him by the American Constitution? Right, he wasn’t. He just took it and in full view he’s getting away with making it harder and harder for the good people to get a gun. That’s un-Constitutional but he’s getting away with it..

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