Sheriff Joe Arpaio has been a thorn in Obama’s side since he first entered office. With new reports that Obama is planning a massive executive action on gun control, Arpaio has issued a brutal message to the president!
Arpaio recently said that the biggest problem with the gun control debate is that it has become a “political situation” in which Democrats react to the “criminal misuse” of guns by demanding restrictions that affect law-abiding gun owners.
“Obama does know we have the Second Amendment, right?” the sheriff continued. “I’ve said it before. I’m not surrendering the guns. He can give an executive order saying we’ve got to collect the guns, and I’m not going to do it.”
Arpaio concluded by predicting “there’d be a revolution” if Obama tries to move forward with these restrictions. We applaud Sheriff Joe’s stand against Obama!
This isn’t the first time Sheriff Joe has squared off against Obama:
I am reminded of three life lessons I learned growing up that need to be drummed into the brains of every person in this country.
1. “Sticks and Stones can break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” Being bullied sucks. Been there done that. Until they lay a hand on you, you just have to toughen up and ignore them. Once they lay a hand on you, THEN you can physically retaliate. I never had to get physical with the same bully twice.
2. “Your right to swing your fist ends where my nose begins.” Other people have rights too, and as long as they aren’t actually hurting you, you DO NOT have the right to use violence.
3. “I may not agree with what you’re saying, but I’ll defend to the death your right to say it.” If you’re not willing to defend someone else’s rights, you should have no reasonable expectation of keeping your own.
If more Americans followed those three simple principles, this country would be a much better place. There would be no more PC censorship, no more idiotic lawsuits over stupidity, people could serve who they wished, and people would simply have to learn to deal with reality. Not everyone is going to like you. The world isn’t “Fair,” and using the courts to impose your will on someone else isn’t fair either because you are taking away THEIR rights.
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