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Bloomberg on Disarming His Security Team: "We'll Get Right Back to You"

GRUP Wrote: Jan 28, 2013 8:23 PM
a Constitutional issue, but one of the fungible membership of the nomenklatura maintaining power. Imagine the MSM outrage if Romney had began his public political life in McVeigh’s visitation cell, and had continued to work with and praise him for years. McVeigh and Ayers and Dohrn all did exactly the same acts. McVeigh was caught, tried, and executed. Ayers and Dohrn weren’t. Why ? Laws apply equally and always to everyone, or they apply to no one. In effect, now, there is no law, only power. History is stuffed with examples of how that ends. If the President feels it is O K to hire a worshipper of MaOZedong, should we all then establish our methods of political discouse on the Long Creeper's statements about power ? GBUSA
David1735 Wrote: Jan 28, 2013 9:05 PM
Ayers was caught and tried, but acquitted on a technicality. He proudly says, "Guilty as H**l, and free as a bird." Scuzzbag.
Lars795 Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 2:11 AM
Needs to be "winged" with a mercury filled, 22 cal bullet. The slug won't kill him but the mercury will and takes a little longer.

Outside the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Washington, DC, senior Talk Radio Network investigative reporter Jason Mattera asked New York City’s Mayor Bloomberg a simple question:

“In the spirit of gun control, will you disarm your entire security team?”

Mayor Bloomberg, a strong advocate for gun control, replied: “Uh, you, we’ll get right back to you.”

“Why can you defend yourself but not the majority of Americans?” the reporter responded as five of Bloomberg’s armed guards blocked him from getting any closer to the Mayor.

After the Sandy Hook shooting, Mayor Bloomberg made calls for Obama to take “immediate...