State and School buck the Obama Narrative

11 Jan
State and School buck the Obama Narrative

In encouraging news, the State of Wyoming and the School District of Montpelier Ohio have decided to embrace the 2nd Amendment in defense of their freedom and their charges.

In Wyoming, legislation has been proposed that would protect gun owners from any federal bans on assault weapons or large-capacity magazines by making federal laws against semiautomatic rifles and clips unenforceable within the state.  Not only does it state that it will protect gun owners from federal laws infringing upon their rights, but also backs it up by charging a felony to any federal agent who would try enforce a federal anti-gun law within the state.

For a state who prides itself for its defense of Civil Rights, going so far as officially nicknaming itself, “The Equality State”, I am not surprised that Wyoming would stand firm in defense of the rights of its citizens.

If more states join Wyoming along with the other states that have all ready passed similar Firearms Protection Acts, combined they can force the federal government and the Obama Administration to back down from their attack on the 2nd Amendment.

In the Montpelier School District in Ohio, the school board has approved a resolution that would allow some staff members to have firearms on school grounds.  Ohio Revised Code prohibits any and all guns on school property unless the individual has a concealed carry license and  “has written authorization from the board of education or governing body of a school to convey deadly weapons”.  Montpelier has decided to give that written authorization in order to protect the children.

It is good to see that common sense still exists in places and that the children of Montpelier are just as precious as Obama’s daughters and as such shouldn’t be denied similiar protection from the evil that exists in the world.

Would any parent prefer their school age child go a school that proclaims itself a “gun free zone” or would they rather have someone there, in loco parentis, willing and able to stop a criminal with murder on his mind?

The gun control zealots can squawk all they want about their twisted sense that an inanimate object can be evil, but if they would prefer their children to attend a school that keeps them as prey and unprotected, one must wonder about the fitness they have as a parent.  At least Obama and David Gregory are hypocrites…but if your hoplophobia endangers your children, what kind of parent are you?


Posted by on January 11, 2013 in Uncategorized


10 responses to “State and School buck the Obama Narrative

  1. Heath Sprinkle

    January 11, 2013 at 10:55 am

    More states need to enact their 10th Amendment rights. We are sick and tired of seeing a federal government overstep the boundaries laid out to it within the Constitution. What happened to limited government? This nation has lost sight of the fundamental principles of freedom and has replaced it with unwarranted fear.

    • feebleexcuse

      January 11, 2013 at 11:05 am


      • Ed Brown

        January 11, 2013 at 11:51 am

        Correct me if I am wrong,but wasn’t one of the reason for the 2nd Amendment was to protect ourself from the government.

    • Chuck Ellinger

      January 11, 2013 at 11:54 am

      Hell to the yes.

  2. Chris Swenson

    January 11, 2013 at 12:42 pm

    I do hope it passes in Wyoming. I am actually not opposed to schools generally being gun free zones as long as they do allow the exceptions that Ohio is establishing. Some individuals whether well intentioned or not that are taking it on themselves to stand in front of the schools are overstepping their bounds. School teachers themselves have to undergo background checks, therefore the idea that anyone can take upon themselves these actions goes to far. I am very happy to see the well balance solution that Ohio has established. And way to go Wyoming, I sincerely hope it passes and that the rest of that states that appreciate liberty follow suit.

  3. Larry Moniz

    January 11, 2013 at 12:55 pm

    As a young man, the Army said: here’s a battle rifle-go defend your country. As I got older, wiser and more responsible, the states say: No way you can have a pistol carry permit. Why did I give up three years of my life in the military?

  4. John F. Wozniak

    January 11, 2013 at 11:24 pm

    On the one hand, the Wyoming law is an utter pipe dream. I can’t imagine any Supreme Court allowing a law on the books allowing representatives of a state government to arrest agents of the federal government acting in the cause of their sworn duty. And can you imagine the precedent it would set? (Actually there was precedent. Alabama decided to keep their schools segregated. Eisenhower sent in the 101st Airborne in response.) Then again, be realistic, gun seizures alone would never make it past this or any Supreme Court, so it doesn’t matter that the statute won’t ever become law. And there’s also no way that kind of ban would even pass the House of Representatives; I doubt it’d survive in the SENATE. Still, if you’re looking for a test of the Tenth Amendment, this isn’t going to be it, it’s too … confrontational.

    Having said that, I really have been convinced that the best way to protect a school is to take the frigging bullseye they all have as a result of the no-gun zones… I mean, I know the concept of keeping high schools gun-free made sense when it came about, but I can agree that when the Law of Unintended Consequences strikes, you gotta re-evaluate. I’d personally rather there be trained armed guards, but … what works, works, and from what I’ve read this works.

  5. Chuck Peterson

    January 12, 2013 at 10:05 am

    God Bless WY I hope we in Arizona soon follow the lead

  6. Mike

    January 12, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    This is good, however we need to change the subject to the problem at hand: The mental meds given to children like candy and the media beating the story so that it happens again and again and again.


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