A Patriotic Response to the “Clown Prince;” 04/30/2013

barackingham Palace,

District of Corruption

April 13, 2013

[This will be somewhat difficult; I will continue–as in the previous weeks–to play the “Clown Prince” making his feeble attempts to adhere to the truth!]

    Hi. As you’ve probably noticed, I’m not the President. I’m just a citizen.  And as a citizen, I’m here at the White House today because I want to make a  difference and I hope you will join me.  My name is Francine Wheeler. My husband David is with me. We live in Sandy  Hook, Connecticut.  David and I have two sons. Our older son Nate, soon to be 10 years old, is a  fourth grader at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Our younger son, Ben, age six,  was murdered in his first-grade classroom on December 14th, exactly 4 months ago  this weekend.  David and I lost our beloved son, but Nate lost his best friend. On what  turned out to be the last morning of his life, Ben told me, quite out of the  blue, “ I still want to be an architect, Mama, but I also want to be a  paleontologist, because that’s what Nate is going to be and I want to do  everything Nate does.”  Ben’s love of fun and his excitement at the wonders of life were unmatched  His boundless energy kept him running across the soccer field long after the  game was over. He couldn’t wait to get to school every morning. He sang with  perfect pitch and had just played at his third piano recital. Irrepressibly  bright and spirited, Ben experienced life at full tilt.

[What I’m not telling you:  Before we really get started, there’s a couple of items that have to be settled:  How do we–meaning the obama Regime–account for value of the travel expense for those we brought to the District of Corruption TO LOBBY the Senate on the latest gun grab bill?  We can bill them their fair share of the ‘cost-of-operation’ of the trip OR we can bill them for the lowest airline fare between Hartford/Springfield, Ct and DC.  The ‘cost-of-operation’ would equal $24,545 per invited passenger (1-1/2 hour flight = $270,000 divided by 11 = said $24.5K).  The (lowest) airline  fare is $405.80/ one-way, per passenger.  See, the IRS needs to know the billing method; they’ll consider the value of this plane ride as income for each of the invited passengers and as such, will “1099” each for the decided value of said singular passenger accommodation.

    The Bilderberg Group has decided that David and Francine Wheeler will appear before the camera and blather on from the programmed teleprompter.  We can not, will not, do not hold the Wheelers responsible for the crap Mrs Wheeler blathers forth.  We know both the Wheelers and the rest of the invited lobbyists are still suffering from the actions of Adam Lanza, but they eventually must realize that NOTHING IN THE PROPOSED BILL would have had any effect on Mr Lanza‘s actions!  It’s been proven time-after-horrible-time that the only defense against ‘a bad guy with a gun’ is “A GOOD GUY WITH A GUN!”  Thus, several changes should have been made prior to the referenced shooting: during construction or the latest remodeling:

A.  NO “Gun Free Zone” signs!!

B.  All doors should have been ‘bullet-resistant’ steel; the door and surrounding glass to be bullet-resistant.

C.  An ARMED, roving patrol-person to respond to any emergency. 

D.  Various “good-guys” disguised as teachers, janitors, administrative staff, et al, to repel any-and-all attacks on those therein.]

    Until that morning. 20 of our children, and 6 of our educators – gone. Out of  the blue.  I’ve heard people say that the tidal wave of anguish our country felt on  12/14 has receded. But not for us. To us, it feels as if it happened just  yesterday. And in the four months since we lost our loved ones, thousands of  other Americans have died at the end of a gun. Thousands of other families  across the United States are also drowning in our grief.  Please help us do something before our tragedy becomes your tragedy.  Sometimes, I close my eyes and all I can remember is that awful day waiting  at the Sandy Hook Volunteer Firehouse for the boy who would never come home –  the same firehouse that was home to Ben’s Tiger Scout Den 6. But other times, I  feel Ben’s presence filling me with courage for what I have to do – for him and  all the others taken from us so violently and too soon.  We have to convince the Senate to come together and pass commonsense gun  responsibility reforms that will make our communities safer and prevent more  tragedies like the one we never thought would happen to us.  When I packed for Washington on Monday, it looked like the Senate might not  act at all. Then, after the President spoke in Hartford, and a dozen of us met  with Senators to share our stories, more than two-thirds of the Senate voted to  move forward.  But that’s only the start. They haven’t yet passed any bills that will help  keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people. And a lot of people are fighting  to make sure they never do.  Now is the time to act. Please join us. You can talk to your Senator, too. Or  visit WhiteHouse.gov to find out how you can join the President and get  involved.  Help this be the moment when real change begins.

[What I’m not telling you: Yes, this terrible, tragic loss of life will be in the parents’ minds most probably for all eternity!!  At this point nothing can be done to avoid that!  For the future, all the GUN legislation on the planet will not prevent a future occurrence.  All the quasi-lobbying by the “Sandy Hook Parents” will serve to show other mentally-ill miscreants the on-going vulnerability of schools in general.]

{For those commie-libs among us who oppose this blather opportunity: Prove Me Wrong!!  I certainly meant no insult; meant no slight to the parents, the victims or the residents of Sandy Hook, Connecticut.}