Loretta Lynch says the best response to terrorists is love and compassion. Why not the same for gun owners?

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The stupid just keeps pouring from the obama regime. We’ve come to expect asininity and golly they don’t disappoint. Our Attorney General let fly some words which leave you incredulous.

“We stand with you to say that the good in this world far outweighs the evil, that our common humanity transcends our differences, and that our most effective response to terror and to hatred is compassion, it’s unity, and it’s love,” Lynch said. “We stand with you today as we grieve together, and long after the cameras are gone, we will continue to stand with you as we grow together in commitment, in solidarity, and in equality.”

This even tops the Valley Girl Marie Harf who said ISIS wouldn’t behead people if they only had jobs:

Why do we not respond to murders with love and compassion? Why do we not respond to sexual assault with love and compassion? Why is it only terrorists who deserve love and compassion?

I find this amazing. Love and compassion for terrorists, but not for US citizen gun owners, and especially not the NRA, which as I have noted is about the only thing standing between the obama regime, democrats and the US Constitution. What the left wants is nothing less than the suspension of the US Constitution. After all, if one Fundamental Right can be abridged, so can all. So where’s the love and compassion for the NRA?

When they couldn’t have their way, democrats resorted to juvenile behavior.

By the way, the left is lying to you about the no-fly list:

The Senate amendment in question, proposed by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, would have applied to a much larger group than the no-fly list. As we reported in December, Feinstein’s office told us the measure, which would have allowed the attorney general to block gun sales to individuals on these lists, would have included a few terrorist databases, and the no-fly list is a subset of one of them.

The largest of the databases is the Terrorist Identities Datamart Environment, or TIDE, which included 1.1 million people as of December 2013. The second is the FBI’s Terrorist Screening Database, which is referred to simply as the Terrorist Watchlist, and contained about 800,000 names, Christopher M. Piehota, the Terrorist Screening Center director, said in congressional testimony on Sept. 18, 2014. The no-fly list is a part of that database. It contains about 64,000 names, according to Piehota’s testimony.

So, while Clinton said the measure applied to suspected terrorists on the no-fly list, that’s only 64,000 names. It actually would have applied to well over 1 million people who are on government watch lists. Republicans defeated the amendment in early December.

Republicans also put forth an alternative aimed at protecting those who wrongly find themselves on these terrorist watch lists — it would have delayed a gun sale and required a court ruling to actually block the sale — and it also included measures to defund cities that don’t help enforce federal immigration law. That measure also failed. Both were amendments to a Republican bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

And speaking of stupid, here’s tax cheat Charlie Rangel asserting that citizens do not deserve to have the protection of weapons while he does:

What about Rangel’s own constituents in his Harlem district? Should law-abiding residents who live there have concealed carry permits too?

“I wouldn’t want them to have it. I know what you’re trying to say. Corruption is corruption, and it’s bad,” Rangel said.

“Law-abiding citizens just shouldn’t have to carry a gun. You’re not gonna push me in that direction,” he said, standing just five feet from a Capitol Police officer, who stood at his post by the House Speaker’s Lobby.

TheDC noted to Rangel he and other members of Congress are protected by armed members of the U.S. Capitol Police.

“Well that’s a little different.  I think we deserve–I think we need to be protected down here.” Rangel laughingly insisted.

Problem is, you can’t fix stupid.

DrJohn has been a health care professional for more than 30 years. In addition to clinical practice he has done extensive research and has published widely with over 70 original articles and abstracts in the peer-reviewed literature. DrJohn is well known in his field and has lectured on every continent except for Antarctica. He has been married to the same wonderful lady for over 30 years and has three kids- two sons, both of whom are attorneys and one daughter on her way into the field of education. DrJohn was brought up with the concept that one can do well if one is prepared to work hard but nothing in life is guaranteed. Except for liberals being foolish.

59 Responses to “Loretta Lynch says the best response to terrorists is love and compassion. Why not the same for gun owners?”

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    You are the chicken-sh*t calling for us to go back to war. Many of us have been there, done that. It’s your turn to put your money where your big mouth is. It’s very easy to find your local recruiter’s office. If you can’t find it, stop by your local American Legion or VFW (that means Veterans of Foreign Wars,) where you can find a real man to take you by the hand and lead you.

  2. 53

    another vet


    I think John is completely clueless that a good many of the regular posters here are in fact veterans.

    H is quit aware of that fact. One hour and forty-six minutes later he posts this:

    I don’t think you guys should be so eager to send our military over to do what you think should be done without first saying that you would be willing to do it

    He just doesn’t get it that we’ve already done it and aren’t asking anyone to do what we’ve already done unlike himself. Given that he’s never served, he also doesn’t understand concepts like honor, duty, etc.

    I think that if he is so damn eager for people to go to war, he needs to get off his punk ass, out of his parent’s basement, and sign up himself. He wont of course.

    ‘John Ryan’ actually surprised quite a few of us. He’s somewhere around 70. We all figured him to be a snot nosed college punk who was probably a political science major. Actually what he should do is put his money where is mouth is and go over there and prove to us that there is no such thing as radical Islamic extremists and that if only gave them a group hug all would be fine. Just think about the overnight internet sensation he would be. Either he would be out there as Jihad John II who was a convert (if he isn’t already) promoting ISIS propaganda (which he has already done here multiple times) or we’d be watching him getting beheaded.

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    @another vet:
    Radical extremism does exist I never said it didn’t
    I also said radical extremism was to a great extent created by us
    When I lived in Afghanustan in 76-77 it did not exist
    But after we gave billions of dollars to the most extreme Islamists to fight the Russians it blossomed
    Radical Islam did not exist in Iraq until we got rid of Saddam He would not tolerate it
    Now in the caps created by our invasion/occupation it has created its own state and has thousands of volunteers flocking there
    Our own actions have created Islamic terrorists
    And these same terrorists are fully supported by our allies in the Mideast
    Our intervention in Muslim countries has created more terrorists than destroyed
    Ameticans are fed up with “helping” these countries when the results show no improvement and are unwilling to waste anymore of the lives of our military or are treasure on that fool’s errand
    If you feel different, than go on over on your own and do what you want

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    Bad Papa

    @John: just asking out of curiosity John: When you were of ‘draft’ / normal enlistment age , did you join any of the Armed Services , or did you choose another path?

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