Mr. Johnson may be stupid enough to believe that the American People are stupid, but I'm sure he is not ignorantly unaware of the reason Congress funded his organization only through 27 February of next year. It was a compromise with the representatives of the People of the United States who wanted to shut you down entirely, dummy!
You dissed the American People, Mr. Johnson. You followed the orders of your inferior officer like a good little German Corporal, even though you knew the American People emphatically do not want 5 million criminal immigrants clogging up their educational, medical, and welfare systems.
Where do people like Johnson and Obama and Reid get the idea they can spit in the eye of the American people and not suffer any consequences for their contemptuous behavior? Could it be that, through our lethargy and inaction, we have told them again and again that they could?
But the American People are waking up. And it's up to us to see that they don't doze off again. We've got to make 4 November 2014 a watershed date. Let's turn the tide of discontent into a tsunami of castigation and, in the paraphrased words of the 1930s blues song, "wash Washington right out of our hair."
Big words, GE, but how you gonna back that up? Well, first of all, we need a vehicle. We have been given several. First and foremost is our State Legislatures guided by our State Constitutions. Next we have the power of the press through opinion pieces and letters to the editors of our local newspapers. Finally, we have the ear of those few of our representatives in Washington, like Senators Ted Cruz and Mike Lee, who are still Americans.
Next we need an agenda. We can't do everything at once. We've got to focus our efforts intelligently on objectives that are both achievable and conducive to further advancement. And we need organization to hold those agendas together to fruition.
And the first item on our list of agendas has got to be State nullification of all federal firearms regulations, including Johnson's 1968 Gun Control Act and Clinton's 1993 Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act.
We've got a lot of work to do. Anybody with me?