It is always worthwhile to keep readers aware of the most creative petitions on the White House website. My personal favorite is this one – Eliminate Armed Guards for the President, Vice President, and their families and establish Gun Free Zones around them.
There is a serious point here. Are the rules only for the common man?
In this video from 1995, Dianne Feinstein talks about banning guns [I assume she means assault weapons]:
Also in 1995, Dianne Feinstein talks about carrying a concealed weapon when she was under threat:
Hollywood has put out a video advocating gun control. Many of the stars in the video have made violent movies. Many of these same stars, have armed guards:
Then we have the Journal News which published the names and addresses of licensed gun owners in Westchester and Rockland counties. The editor doesn’t like the amount of “negative correspondence” they are getting and, ironically, has decided to hire armed guards for her Rockland county office.
Going a little off topic for a moment, did you notice that Al Gore rushed the sale of his network, Current TV, to allegedly avoid higher capital gains taxes. He sold it to the al Jazeera network which is anti-American and pro-Osama bin Laden.
As an aside, Glenn Beck offered Gore more money to buy his network last month, but when faced with the choice of selling to a conservative or an anti-American network, Gore chose to sell to the anti-Americans. Gore’s people told Beck that “the legacy of who the network goes to is important to us and we are sensitive to networks not aligned with our point of view.”
Not only that, the great global warming guru sold out to big oil, which is what the mid-East al Jazeera represents.
In this video, Gore talks about paying his fair share which obviously doesn’t include the $5 million he would have owed the government if he sold the network in 2013 [NB Gore was too late for the final signing and will have to pay the freight despite his efforts to avoid it]:
Are these people hypocritical? If people say they stand for something, should they stand for something 100%? You decide.