The Phaserl


Gun Control = Government Security

from The Sleuth Journal:

This election means a great deal to all Marylanders. It is not just a simple choice between two candidates. It is a choice about which direction Maryland will take in the coming years.” – Kathleen Kennedy Townsend

So says the latest reinvented panderer, a nefarious siren, from the clan of America’s most disgraced political family. What a legacy from the extended progeny of the dysfunctional. But she is not speaking about mere policy direction. No; she is consumed with offending the common sense of the residents in “The Old Line State“. Their motto is “Fatti maschii, parole femine” which can be interpreted as “strong deeds, gentle words” – it used to be interpreted as “manly deeds, womanly words” but it was officially reinterpreted in January 2001.

This Black-Eyed Susan practiced the same carpet bag strategy that dear old dad used when RFK ran in New York State. No doubt she learned her form of bleeding heart mania on papa’s knee. But her propensity to insult and offend may well have been perfected under the tutelage of Teddy the Lifeguard, the uncle that only drink can rescue.

Consider the contention from Alan Gottlieb of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms.

 Maryland’s Townsend Wants More Gun Control While Violating Current Law.

“a disingenuous Democrat has been caught demanding more gun laws after failing to enforce ones already on the books. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend is campaigning to become Maryland’s next governor by savaging the gun rights voting record of her opponent. Yet Townsend, as lieutenant governor under Glendening, has been part of an administration that has refused to provide critical information to the NICS system.”

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