• Bill O’Reilly, NOT “Looking Out For YOU” Part 2

    All full of his normal bombast and bluster, on 4/11/13, Bill O’Reilly once again proved that he hadn’t a grasp on the subject at hand, whether or not to legalize marijuana.

    His plan is to put responsible adults or children who smoke into the legal system, destroying them and their families. He wants to keep feeding the corrupt legal system that thrives off of these “offenses/freedoms” (depending on your point of view).

    He wants these draconian punishments because he feels that pot will destroy anyone trying it, a view responsible for turning more people into drug addicts than any drug. As soon as children realize we’ve been lying about the danger of smoking a joint, they figure we are lying about all other drugs, and go on experimenting!

    Never mind that numerous Presidents or Vice Presidents, Senators and athletes at the top of their games have been pot smokers. Those people are special, you are inferior, you need Bill O’Reilly to “look out for you” on your way to jail. We’d do much better with a truthful approach, and try and convince children to avoid it until 21. Drive home the real dangers of hard drugs with the truth on our side.

    He wants these punishments because he wants to keep pot from our children. He really said that! Right before he told his guest that you could find pot on any high school or college campus in the nation!

    He claims that because we have alcohol problems in the nation, we should not legalize pot.

    He skips over the logical conclusion, from the preceding lessons with alcohol, that legalization would dry up the illegal and unethical distributors supplying our children, leaving us much more control. Or did I miss all the moonshiners selling alcohol to our kids?

    He bemoans the fact that if legal, there would be signs telling everyone it is legal and that will hurt our children…really…can he really be so obtuse?

    First of all, none of our public school graduates can read, so that’s not a problem…OK, just kidding, someone may read it to them. Let me try something else:

    Hey Bill, let me cue you in to a little secret you seem to know, but just won’t admit:

    Society has already decided the pot laws are an open joke. Look at the movies and TV. It isn’t glorified, but it is certainly accepted and condoned.

    Pot isn’t really illegal, it is just damn inconvenient to get if you don’t know anyone in high school or college! Anyone who wants pot can get it, there is no crowd of people waiting to try it when legal. Nothing in this society will change, accept some lawyers will have to get an honest job, as opposed to shaking down families because little Johnny got caught with a doobie, and taxpayers will stop picking up the tab for prosecuting free Americans in their harmless pursuit of  Life, Liberty and Happiness.

    Recreational pot smoking should be a personal or family matter, no business of the police or courts.

  • Bill O’Reilly NOT “Looking Out For YOU!”

    Where is the Bill O’Reilly “looking out for you?”

    Last night, 4/11/13, in a diatribe I feel was not new to O’Reilly, he actually postulated that gun registration of responsible citizens would reduce gun crime by criminals. Even when it was pointed out that none of the recent shootings would have been stopped by his dangerous sophomoric suggestion, he stood fast.

    He points to Chicago, claiming gun registration would help, because if a criminal was caught in a(n unconstitutional) “stop and frisk” with an unregistered gun, they’d be charged. It’s already illegal for these gangbangers to have guns. Laws won’t work if  not applied, and Chicago does not apply the laws already on the books (1).  How would another law matter to people with no respect for the live’s of others? Take the guns out of Chicago and every other progressive nightmare city and the death will go on.

    There are over 310 million guns in America, as of 2009 (2), why are the guns only killing people in Chicago, Detroit, Washington, DC and other Progressive enclaves?

    No, the only way to lower the death rate is to impact the life of the criminal to such an extent that it is no longer worthwhile to pick up the weapon.

    A mandatory 5/10/20/DEATH system of PUNISHMENT OF CRIMINALS will work much better than a punitive, unconstitutional registration of the legal weapons owned by responsible citizens.

    If caught with a weapon you’re not legally allowed to own or carry, you go to a work farm for 5 years. No one in the community has to register their weapons.

    If you brandish a legal or illegal weapon in the commission of a crime, you go to jail for 10 years. No one in the community has to register their weapons.

    If you fire a legal or illegal weapon in the commission of a crime, and any type of mental or physical trauma or injury is experienced by anyone, you go to jail for 20 years. No one in the community has to register their weapons.

    If you are convicted on any level of voluntary murder, you are put to death, publicly, at high noon, in an outdoor field in the community of your crime.

    It is time to celebrate the removal of the killers from our midst, and educate and save the survivors. It is time to stop punishing others for the actions of a rising progressive cult.

    Progressive doctrine has cheapened the lives of others in the eyes of captives born into the failed liberal experiments these anti-American “rulers” have condemned them to. They are the fatherless children of government entitlement, getting everything they need from others, watching babies being disposed of in record numbers through abortions, being indoctrinated with self-esteem education.

    Nothing short of the GUARANTEED threat of their losing their own freedom will make them think twice about pulling the trigger, or even picking up the gun.

    Nothing short of attending a public execution celebrating the victory over evil by the community will start teaching a respect for the equality of the lives of others.


    (1)     http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/mar/25/nras-wayne-lapierre-why-doesnt-media-cover-chicago/

    (2)     http://www.cnn.com/2012/08/09/politics/btn-guns-in-america