Neal Barton's POV

Simply outrageous


POSTED: Friday, February 22, 2013 - 7:51pm

UPDATED: Sunday, February 24, 2013 - 3:39pm

Here is a story which has fallen through the cracks, and when I ask folks about it, they get angry.

Remember the outrage when a few years ago the president of Mexico was lecturing Americans about our country for this and that? That made me angry.

Now, what I am about to tell you about makes me seethe.

Mexican lawmakers will ask the U.S. Senate to create a registry of all commercialized firearms in border states, which includes California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. Mexico says it will make it easier to trace guns used in violent attacks.
The measure was reportedly approved on January 9 by Mexico's Permanent Commission, a government entity that meets when Mexico's Senate and the Chamber of Deputies is in recess. Gun owners in Arizona are calling the proposal "foolish" and an "invasion of privacy."

I think gun owners in Texas would call that shall we say, Bravo Sierra.

I have not heard what our government has said. I would hope it would be drop dead or go to the devil.

But, this is outrageous.

They have a country so corrupt, and their citizens have to sneak across our borders and raise hell with farmers and ranchers who are American who live down there.

And by the way, we need a list of guns on border states.

This is ridiculous.

That's my point of view, what's yours?

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Just guessing, but this sounds to me like another in continuing attempts to open our border to the free flow of Mexican nationals and Mexican nationals only. Either to dump their poor and criminal element onto to US or to use the poor to tap into our perceived wealth.

Removing ALL the guns in the Western Hemisphere will have absolutely NO effect on the drug cartels NOR the violence perpetrated by them. Mexico is not interested in ending the flow of drug money into Mexico, just finding someone else to blame for the problem.

Just let media report that John McCaine or Lindsey Graham support the idea, with some minor revisions of course, and somehow it transforms into "acceptable" conservative legislation. John Cornyn is no better. Since media now directs the selections and the message "Sell-outs" like Perry, Romney, and others have grabbed their slice of the "Americanish dream" and left the rest of us to fend for ourselves against a socialist police state. The sooner we fight back, the better.

Either Texas or the U.S. needs to take over Mexico and everything else all the way down to the Panama Canal and make it part of Texas or the U.S., it would be good for the citizens there, bring in millions of tax dollars for us, end illegal immigration, create new jobs, and let us use the full force of the military to crush the drug cartels & crooked government there, but of course we still have to crush the crooked politicians here too. Citizens here are not much better off than in Mexico.

What part of the Guns for Contras and our government's role with Noreiga in drug trafficing did you not understand? You do know thatHeroine is a derivitive from the poppy grown in Afghanistan and that heroine has been of epidemic levels since we invaded Afghanistan. Have you not ever googled CIA and drug trafficing? did younot know Bush Sr. was head of the CIA during the Noreiga years? Did you really believe Holder wasn't running guns to the Cartell? Wake-up, our government is just a crooked mob

Tell you what, we will do that when Mexico creates a registry off all drugs being smuggled into the US as well as a registry of all Mexican citizens illegally sneaking across the boarder.

And Presidents Nieto and Obama can stick that in their pipe/bong and smoke it (with whatever they smoke in it now.)

I call this a backdoor proposal that is no doubt cooked up by Chavez or his interim successor along with Obama. The Communists will do ANYTHING to gain control, by force if necessary. More is on the horizon.

Katie and Neal need to do just a little reaserch or just search for the truth.
The administration has not proposed gun registration, buybacks or banning all firearms. Last month, White House spokesman Jay Carney said none of Obama's proposals "would take away a gun from a single law-abiding American." Other administration officials have said their plans would not result in gun seizures or a national gun registry.By ALAN FRAM, Associated Press | February 23, 2013 | Updated: February 23, 2013 7:34

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