April 23, 2012

Obamunism and the Mark of the Outcast

Hatched by Dafydd

According to Newsmax -- admittedly not the most reliable of sources, but it's hard to doubt this story -- many, many people have taken to Twitter to issue direct, specific, and presumably criminal threats to kill George Zimmerman (he who shot Trayvon Martin, possibly in self defense), along with solicitations for others to kill Zimmerman, as well as the judge who released him on bail. Some of the threats or solicitations:

  • Someone pass me a gun, imma go follow zimmerman, shoot, and kill him and say #imstandingmyground
  • I think imma personally kill George Zimmerman . . . anyone's welcome to join
  • Once u been convicted of a crime & let out on bail u can't be charged 2x for the same thing so that means sum1 gonna have to kill Zimmerman.
  • Zimmerman released from jail someone kill the judge!!!!!

Nor to forget the "dead or alive" wanted poster promulgated by the New Black Panther Party.

My question: Will any of these people actually be charged or indicted for making terroristic threats, solicitations to murder, or any other obvious felony?

Or does the well-publicized fact that President Barack H. Obama and his administration are backing Trayvon Martin 100% in this controversy mean that the feds -- whose jurisdiction I assume it would be, since Twitter crosses all state lines -- declare, in effect, a de facto, universal letter of marque and reprisal, "open-season" on Zimmerman? Will Obama give murderers carte blanche for any act of violent revenge they please... so long as the target is that "white Hispanic" that the American Left hates worse than anybody except perhaps the Koch brothers (whom the Left also blames for this shooting)?

If we don't hear about numerous arrests of Twitter twits, I submit we will have our answer:

Actually, it's even more lawless than that; for in the old days of sail, each privateer required specific permission from the government (the letter itself)... and he was supposed only to capture ships and bring them before a tribunal for judgment; he was only allowed to fire upon them if they resisted. The present Twiminals have no authorization from anybody to do anything, and they have no intention of taking Zimmerman for trial but simply want to kill him.

The Left has pronounced Zimmerman beyond all legal protection, moral rights, social support, and even beyond the minimal humane consideration. Without an immediate crackdown by the relevant law-enforcement agencies, Zimmerman may well end up lynched. The Obamunists will have carved "the mark of the Outcast" into George Zimmerman's brow... and anybody is allowed to do anything to an Outcast.

Yet I have a cold gut-feeling that the federal response to these crimes will be... nada. After all, if Obama had a son, he would look like Trayvon; the fish rots from the head down, and even cops take their cue from the capo di tutti capi (along with his designated button-man, Eric Holder).

In the lawless age of Obama, God knows we need a federal shall-issue concealed-carry permit, one that overrides all state and local laws banning the carrying of concealed weapons. Otherwise, at least a third of the population of the United States are utterly denied our fundamental, individual right -- affirmed recently by the U.S. Supreme Court in McDonald v. Chicago, 561 U.S. 3025 (2010) -- to keep and bear arms.

McDonald did not, of course, address whether carrying a concealed weapon is also individually protected by the Second Amendment; but we could clear that up with federal legislation as above. I truly hope that this will be one of the first actions of an incoming Republican Congress and presidency.

Democrats will inevitably try to filibuster it; but nowadays, it's not at all certain that they'll get their 41 votes.

Rather than hunker into a defensive crouch, hoping to stave off the mythical "people's movement" to install a European-style gun ban, let us go on the offensive: Let us demand that our exceptional right to keep and bear arms finally be fully implemented, as the Founders intended.

Hatched by Dafydd on this day, April 23, 2012, at the time of 1:57 PM

Comments

The following hissed in response by: seePea

I'm confused. The Mark of Cain was the sign that people should not harm Cain.

The above hissed in response by: seePea [TypeKey Profile Page] at April 24, 2012 11:47 PM

The following hissed in response by: Eris Guy

I had no idea there were so many thugs and their camp followers in the USA. Thanks for the news about the hate towards Zimmerman.

The above hissed in response by: Eris Guy [TypeKey Profile Page] at April 25, 2012 9:51 AM

The following hissed in response by: Dafydd ab Hugh

SeePea:

The Mark of Cain was the sign that people should not harm Cain.

Ack, you're right. Not a great analogy; I'll change it...

Dafydd

The above hissed in response by: Dafydd ab Hugh [TypeKey Profile Page] at April 25, 2012 1:52 PM

The following hissed in response by: MikeR

The above hissed in response by: MikeR [TypeKey Profile Page] at April 26, 2012 8:37 AM

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