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Do as they say, not as they do. That's the libtard motto.
Barack Obama, protected by a phalanx of automatic weaponry, whose kids are guarded 24x7x365 by gun-toting Secret Service agents, is determined to prevent you and me from protecting our own families.
Mike Bloomberg, who takes armed NYPD officers with him when he goes to the bathroom (and everywhere else), seeks to ban private gun ownership.
Chris Christie, surrounded by troopers from the paramilitary NJ State Police, is "proud" of his support for New Jersey's ridiculously draconian gun laws.
And how many Hollyweird celebutards travel with armed bodyguards? All of them? Probably.
Take Michael Moore (Please!)
Filmmaker Michael Moore's bodyguard was arrested for carrying an unlicensed weapon in New York's JFK airport Wednesday night.
Police took Patrick Burke, who says Moore employs him, into custody after he declared he was carrying a firearm at a ticket counter. Burke is licensed to carry a firearm in Florida and California, but not in New York.
Nice Deb relishes the schadenfreude. As do I.
See, Moore believes in 2nd Amendment rights for his well-heeled self, but in typical totalitarian-embracing left-wing fashion, he just doesn't believe in 2nd Amendment rights for the less well off or less politically connected.
Let's see him explain this one while he's busy telling us to give up our guns.
Here's my message to all the anti-gun zealots. You first.
Unilateral disarmament. Hey, it's Barack Obama's official policy when it comes to our nation's nuclear weapons stockpile. Why not apply it to his own family's safety? Reopen the White House doors! (Did you know that until the mid 20th century anyone could just walk in? And "open houses" were regularly scheduled presidential events until the 1970s?) Let Malia and Sasha walk to public school like most of the schlubs in Washington, DC have to do. I'm sure it'll be an eye-opening experience.
And you too Mayor Mike. Stroll the streets of New York unescorted by NYPD. Interact with your fellow New Yorkers. You might learn something.
As for Michael Moore, super-sized hypocrite extraordinaire? No, I don't expect him to see the irony in his sophistry. Nor do I expect his sycophantic fans to demand he practice what he preaches. Hollywood is very good at disseminating propaganda. But much like our political elites, they believe they're better than us and the rules don't apply to them.
Why do we allow them to get away with thinking that?
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