Gun Rights Supporters Tote Weapons at Rally Outside Kentucky’s Capitol

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March 27: People listen to speakers near the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort, Ky., during a second amendment rally.

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Gun rights supporters unabashedly toted weapons at a rally outside Kentucky’s Capitol on Saturday in a show of political muscle aimed at sending a message to policymakers to protect the Second Amendment.

Speakers stressed the importance of guns for self-defense, drawing cheers from about 300 people at the rally where American flags were plentiful.

Many in the crowd had weapons holstered at their sides or strapped to their backs while attending the Kentucky Second Amendment March. The event is part of a national, grass-roots campaign culminating with a planned rally next month in Washington.

Rex Bartley, state coordinator for the march, said bearing arms is a “God-given right,” and said gun rights supporters are a “silent majority” who need to speak out.

Bartley said gun ownership is the “one right that protects all others,” and said it’s invaluable for self-protection.

“A well-trained man or woman with a firearm in their hand, when they encounter a criminal, it makes a difference between going home to your family … or going to the morgue,” he said.

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul said he would never waiver in his support of the Second Amendment, pledging that if elected he would oppose any federal regulation of firearms.

Paul called guns a “great defense,” telling the crowd that “had we had one armed teacher or student at Virginia Tech, we might not have had a massacre.” He was referring to the 2007 shooting rampage that left 33 people dead, including the student gunman.

Nikki Goeser, whose husband was fatally gunned down at a Tennessee restaurant in 2009, told the crowd that police have a difficult job and cannot be everywhere. “No one can take care of you like you can,” Goeser said.

She urged people to be equipped to defend themselves if ever confronted by an assailant.

“If you don’t have a handgun carry permit, get one,” said Goeser, of Nashville, Tenn. “If you don’t have a firearm for self-defense, get one.”

In the crowd, Rob Lotz III of Georgetown said he worries about efforts to chip away at the Second Amendment. He said the rally sent a strong message to politicians to preserve gun rights.

Eric Nichols of Berea said he values the Second Amendment, even though he’s never owned or fired a gun. The closest he’s come is firing a paintball gun.

“Every person should have the right to defend themselves,” he said. “We don’t have one police officer for every citizen in this country.”

In Kentucky, the gun rights lobby has been a powerful force in a state where hunting is a cherished tradition.

Recently, Kentucky House leaders balked at a proposed rule change that would have barred visitors from carrying guns in the Capitol. Some House lawmakers pressed for such a ban after a man wore a holstered gun into the House chamber and sat through an afternoon session.

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Hitler’s and Obama’s health enabling acts

Canada Free Press

President Hitler signed a shockingly similar bill with similar tactics used to get it signed….threats,  harassment,  false promises,  intimidation, invented crises.  Gee….did Obama take lessons from Hitler?  He certainly proudly taught ACORN workers from Saul Alinsky’s book,  Rules for Radicals, so why not go back to the original power crazed,  crowd manipulator and evil visionary?  On that fateful day, March 23rd Hitler signed into law the National Law for Removing the Distress of the People bill.  It was also called Hitler’s Enabling Act.

I talked with Steve Eichler of faxdc.com this week on air about these two dates and the horrifying similarities of the two events in history.  Steve and I probed whether we were indeed reliving history.  We both studied the events of 1933 and 2010 and said a big fat yes!

It is horrifying how similar both acts are.

First of all, understand Hitler was a brilliant, charismatic speaker who said things in style, lied through his teeth and manipulated whatever he had to, to get a vote and power.  His big dagger in the heart of the German people and constitution was to somehow get the vote by Parliament to pass his Enabling Act,  which, due to contrived crises and manipulated need would give him total power,  full power without the need of any more votes or Parliament.

Obama also seduced 60% of the nation, congress and most the media into not asking real questions and just believing his countless lies.

What did Hitler do?  He first manufactured the need and crises.

Hitler promised Health care for everyone, jobs for 100% of the German people and protection from what he called the beginning of a widespread uprising.  This was the mythological uprising he and his Nazi party created by burning down the German government building,  causing huge panic and rage in the people.  Hitler at the time blamed the horrific burning on the communists,  thus he needed a vote for his Enabling Act to stop this out of control terror in Germany.

Napalitono, Homeland Security and Obama have called conservative Americans domestic terrorists,  even returning Vets.  We saw the other leaked report from the Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC) that listed Rev. Chuck Baldwin and Ron Paul and their followers of even being potential domestic terrorists.

In 1933 it was Jews and Communists.  In 2010, not only does this growing enemy list seem anti Semitic and anti Israel, but Obama has new enemies to add.  These include Christians,  gun owners,  pro lifers,  Vets,  Tea Party people,  Republicans. Talk radio hosts and conservatives in general.

Doug Hagmann of North East Intelligence Network homelandsecurityus.com confirmed these growing controls by our Government even more with a recent conversation he had with an intelligence source, who talked of Homeland Security actively investigating incidents and threats of violence made to at least ten Democrats.  Of course you would want and expect them to investigate if there were real threats, but Doug said more lists were being made with their focus and suspicions on tea-party organizations and pro-life groups.

How did the Nazis get the votes for Hitler for the Enabling Act?

Intimidation

The Nazis chanted loudly around the opera house Parliament was voting in,  “Full powers – or else!  We want the bill or fire and murder!!”  They also lined the halls and aisles, glaring and intimidating Parliament members to vote Hitler’s way….or else

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