Hat-tip Daily Pundit and the Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler. Thanks to them, we have learned that, not only is the hypocrite-cum-journalist-cum-hypocrite David Gregory upset at the thought of sending “commoner’s” children to guarded schools – (his are another story, but you know.. he’s special) – he also apparently broke numerous laws when he displayed a 30-cartirdge magazine on a newscast a few days ago.
So, in honor of the great new era of “hope, change, and shared sacrifice” we demand that Commissar Gregory, of the State Propaganda Outlet, NBC, turn himself over post-haste to the Stasi for public trial and train-ride to the Gulags. After all… are not all animals equal?
This reminds us of our Alinksy…
RULE 4: “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.” If the rule is that every letter gets a reply, send 30,000 letters. You can kill them with this because no one can possibly obey all of their own rules.”
- Alinskey, Rules for Radicals
What more can we say? They brought their own rope, who can fault us for using it to hang’em. Onward!!! To the gallows with him!!!
Courtesy of Say Uncle, we have another perfect illustration of how we live in a nation of shams, not laws. Laws only apply to the serfs – and they are enforced brutally and swiftly. Those “special” people however, can freely ignore rules that would see any of us peons imprisoned.
This will not change, until the nest of vipers that is Washington D.C. is routed, and the slithering wastrels running things their are drug into the street, and strung-up from the nearest Stop-light-camera.
Update II: Courtesy of Instapundit…
Without further comment…
Update III: Mark Steyn Says it Perfectly
How do you get better than this masterpiece by Mark Steyn? Frankly, we don’t know either.
Here is just a snippet:
“Three days after scofflaw Gregory committed his crime, a bail hearing was held in Massachusetts for Andrew Despres, 20, who’s charged with trespassing and possession of ammunition without a firearms license. Mr. Despres was recently expelled from Fitchburg State University and was returning to campus to pick up his stuff. Hence the trespassing charge. At the time of his arrest, he was wearing a “military-style ammunition belt.” Hence, the firearms charge.”
“His mom told WBZ that her son purchased the belt for $20 from a punk website and had worn it to class every day for two years as a “fashion statement.” He had no gun with which to fire the bullets. Nevertheless, Fitchburg police proudly displayed the $20 punk-website ammo belt as if they’d just raided the Fitchburg mafia’s armory, and an obliging judge ordered Mr. Despres held on $50,000 bail. Why should there be one law for Meet the Press and another for Meet Andrew Despres? Because David Gregory throws better cocktail parties?”
“The argument for letting him walk rests on his membership of a protected class — the media. Notwithstanding that (per Gallup) 54 percent of Americans have a favorable opinion of the NRA while only 40 percent have any trust in the media, the latter regard themselves as part of the ruling class. Which makes the rest of you the ruled. Laws are for the little people — and little people need lots of little laws, ensnaring them at every turn.”
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