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Posted: Friday, January 25, 2013 9:03 am

You got the money, buddy? I got the guns.

The song of the expanding gun industry. The President responds to a National Emergency. One no amount of money will resolve. The NRA leaders and media extremist brand him disloyal. Are they concerned he will interfere with a lucrative business and political culture?

They are producing what modern World classifies as contraband. Don’t the Republicans understand this is more of a threat than Lewinsky?

Gun groups claim the Second Amendment implies an unwritten duty to bear arms against our elected government for serious question of their loyalty to their Constitutional oaths.

The Club For Growth, G. Norquest, ALEC, many PACs and various religious organizations created traps that now prevent some in Congress from exercising their free will to conduct its business.

I am ready, just like Americans were a few years before I was born. Let’s go. I was there for WWII and Korea. I have my old Mouser semi-auto and twelve gauge all clean.

The NRA and their supporters could show good faith by contributing part of their profit to help pay for all needed safety measures suggested, rather than burden taxpayer.

The Constitution obligates all out federal officials is intervention, to pursue, “Justice, insure Domestic Tranquility. Newtown victims are entitled to justice.

Even if only exposing what and why this troubled mother was motivated to maintain such a deadly arsenal.

Richard T, Tracy, Sr

Mesa

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