By John W. Lillpop
During the recent gun control wars in the US Senate, Senator Harry Reid characterized the legitimate concerns of gun owners thusly, as reported at Reference 1:
“And I will vote for the ban because saving the lives of young police officers and innocent civilians is more important than preventing imagined tyranny.”
Imagined tyranny, Senator?
Since Reid made his foolish remarks, two scandals have exploded into the news headlines:
During a hearing in the US House on May 8, three whistle-blowers confirmed that the Obama administration has, at the highest levels, worked to cover-up the truth surrounding the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack that cost four American patriots their lives.
Scrubbing the “Talking Points” memo to remove references to Al-Quaeda and other facts inconsistent with Obama’s campaign rhetoric can hardly be seen as anything but an attempt to misrepresent the truth (lie!) about the tragic…
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