December 6, 2013
“¿Armas, para qué?”
“Weapons for what? To fight against whom? Against the revolutionary government, that has the support of the whole people? … Weapons for what? Hiding weapons for what? To blackmail the President of the Republic? To threaten to break the peace here? To create organizations of gangsters? Is it that we are going to return to gangsterism? Is it that we will return to daily shootouts in the capital? Weapons for what?” — Fidel Castro, 8 January 1959, speech in Havana
“…And it’s not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy toward people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.” — Barack Obama, remarks at a San Francisco fundraiser, speaking about a small town in Pennsylvania, April 2008
He used the word “clinging” – what’s the implication? If you read his words and accept their obvious meaning, you’ll readily understand his goal to disarm law-abiding Americans.
Elections have consequences, my friends.
Texas: the last bastion of American freedoms