Thursday, June 26, 2008

The Right Of The People To Keep & Bear Arms

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The Blogesphere is abuzz with headlines reporting the latest Supreme Court Of The United States (SCOTUS) rulings, specifically, the Right To Keep and Bear Arms.

Supreme Court Finds Individual Right to Own Guns
US Top Court Upholds Right to Bear Arms, Rejects Handgun Ban
Court: A Constitutional Right to a Gun

SCOTUS Blog wrote;

Answering a 127-year old constitutional question, the Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that the Second Amendment protects an individual right to have a gun, at least in one’s home. The Court, splitting 5-4, struck down a District of Columbia ban on handgun possession. Although times have changed since 1791, Justice Antonin Scalia said for the majority, “it is not the role of this Court to pronounce the Second Amendment extinct.” (click here to read the entire post.)

Regarding the SCOTUS ruling, John McCain said;

"For the first time in the history of our Republic, the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed that the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms was and is an individual right as intended by our Founding Fathers."

Word for word, the 2nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution reads;

"A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed."

It sounds like pretty plain language to me.

So what the hell took'em so long?

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Little Girls & Guys Named Mohammed

Photo of Mohammed Al Hamdani, 39

Mohammed Al Hamdani, 39, was arrested Tuesday, June 17 and charged with enticement of a child, a class 4 felony, for trying to lure an 11-year-old little girl into his car. He met her in Bible Park in South-East Denver, actually where Denver and unincorporated Arapaho County meet.

This area is also known as “Saudi Aurora” because of its fairly large population of muslims.

The unidentified little girl used either a digital camera or her cell phone camera to take a photograph of Hamdani.

According to the Rocky Mountain News, when police interviewed Hamdani, he "admitted that he had been at the park and that the victim had taken his photograph,"

According to the arrest affidavit, Hamdani approached the girl in Bible Park, at 6800 E. Yale Avenue, on Saturday, June 14, and asked her for her name and address. The girl told police Hamdani also asked for her phone number and suggested they "hang out."

After noticing her camera, the man asked her to photograph him, and she did. He then asked her to take a photo of him near his car and offered to "give her a ride anywhere that she wanted to go," the affidavit said.

After taking his photograph, the girl ran away and told her mother what happened and Mom called the police. When police arrived to interview the girl, they quickly made the photo of Hamdani accessible to the media.

On Tuesday, June 17, the manager of the Broadway Motel at 1600 S. Broadway, called police that a man resembling the photo he had seen on television was staying in Room 5 of the motel. Apparently police then contacted Hamdani.

When the police interviewed Hamdani, he admitted that he had been at the park and that the little girl had taken his photograph. He also admitted he had asked for the girl's telephone number and offered to give her his number.

Hamdani also admitted to the police that if the girl had called him, he most certainly would have met with her. When the police asked Hamdani how old he thought the girl was, he claimed he thought she was twenty years old. When told of her actual age, he claimed he "would not have talked to her if he had known."

Yeah, right.

And wouldn’t you know it, Hamdani is familiar with crime as the police arrested him earlier this Spring for Disturbing the Peace and Making a Threat to Injure a Person.

That violent incident occurred at Porter Adventist Hospital where the charge nurse reported to police that Hamdani threatened to shoot her as she was attempting to discharge him.

But with the attempted abduction, Mohammed Al Hamdani was just doing exactly what his beloved prophet did. It’s a historical fact that the prophet Mohammed married his favorite wife when she was 9 years old.

Mohammed Al Hamdani’s attempt to take this little girl was bold and calculating. His enticement methodology appears to be based on previous experience.

Makes you wonder how many times he has done this and gotten away with it.

I guess guys named Mohammed just have a thing for little girls.

Sources for this post can be found at:,2933,368207,00.html

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Muslims In Hijabs Not Welcome With Hussein Obama?

The Audacity of Hussein Obama

The Drudge Report ( is reporting a news story by about 2 muslim women at a Barack Hussein Obama rally in Detroit on Monday who were barred from sitting behind the podium. Obama campaign workers wanted to prevent the women’s headscarves from appearing in photographs or on television with the candidate.

Keep in mind, Hussein Obama is supposed to be the candidate who prays and worships at the Alter of the Religion of Inclusiveness.

Apparently Obama is trying to distance himself from islam or the appearance thereof.

Still Queer, No Matter What

An Associated Press story dated today, June 18, 2008, reports that “Hundreds of gay couples wed across California” (click here for the complete article).

The story says that these hundreds of homosexual couples “rushed to county clerks' offices throughout California to obtain marriage licenses”. And that all 58 counties in the state began issuing licenses Tuesday following the decision from the state's highest court.

Go online and you can see many photographs of homosexuals dressed up and grinning as they get their 15 minutes of fame at their “marriage ceremony”.

Go ahead, smile for the camera but just keep in mind, though in the eyes of the arrogant judges of California you may be married, in GOD’S eyes you are not.

And to the rest of the sane world, YOU’RE STILL A QUEER.

Thursday, June 12, 2008

The Problem Of A Liberal Court

“Supreme Court Backs Rights For Guantanamo Detainees” declares the headline from an Associated Press story today. (click here for the story) In a 5 to 4 decision, Justice Anthony Kennedy, opining for the court, said, "The laws and Constitution are designed to survive, and remain in force, in extraordinary times."

Yes, if you are an American. Very few of the murderous pukes at Gitmo are Americans. They are inhuman barbaric terrorists and they have no rights.

The AP story went on to say that; “The vote was 5-4, with the court's liberal justices in the majority.”

At least 30 former Guantanamo Bay detainees have been killed or recaptured after taking up arms against allied forces following their release.

Thursday, June 05, 2008

Welcome to Baghdad, D.C.

You’re driving on a city street, you’ve done nothing wrong. Suddenly, you drive up on a “military style check point”. A man in a police uniform, with a gun, orders you to pull over and stop. He demands that you present your proof of identity. He demands to know if you have a “legitimate purpose” to be in the neighborhood. HE will then, apparently, determine if your purpose is legitimate or not. If and when HE determines that you do not have a legitimate purpose in the neighborhood, he will “turn you away”.

“Police will search cars if they suspect the presence of guns or drugs, and will arrest people who do not cooperate, under a charge of failure to obey a police officer.”

Oh my gosh, am I talking about Baghdad?

Uh, no, actually this began happening on Saturday, June 7, 2008. This was reported in a story on the Washington Post web site. Click here to read the story.

"My reaction is, welcome to Baghdad, D.C.," said Arthur Spitzer, legal director of the Washington office of the American Civil Liberties Union. (ACLU)

Spitzer went on to say; "I mean, this is craziness. In this country, you don't have to show identification or explain to the police why you want to travel down a public street."

This is one of the few times that the ACLU “gets it”.

The story also said that this activity will take place randomly and last for at least a few days in the Trinidad neighborhood. Police will have the option of extending it, and could expand into other neighborhoods if requested by patrol commanders.

D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier, if you remember, had proposed in March the Safe Homes Initiative (click here for the news story) which called for uniformed police to go door to door in targeted areas and “ask” residents if the officers could go inside and search for guns. This created a backlash of complaints and protests from citizens and some city officials. The concerns are that homeowners and residents would feel intimidated by the armed police presence.

It will be too intimidating for some folks to say “no” to armed men, uniformed or not.

Chief Lanier took a step back, but said she plans to move the Safe Homes Initiative forward by “having residents call police to set up appointments.”

According to the recent Post story; this latest action; is aimed at the city's most troubled areas. The 5th Police District, which includes Trinidad, has had 22 killings this year, one more than all of last year. Since April 1, the Trinidad neighborhood has had 7 murders, 16 robberies and 20 assaults with dangerous weapons, according to police data.

Former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry, Jr. once said that Washington’s crime rate wouldn’t be so bad if it wasn’t for all those murders.

Keep in mind that Washington D.C. has the most repressive gun control laws in the country, and is still regarded as Murder City, U.S.A

Yup, fascist gun bans really work, eh?