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Many of the people who came of age in the 60’s lived by the motto “Try anything once. If it feels good, do it again.” They demonstrated their disregard for traditional morality at events like Woodstock.

Redd Foxx commented on the practitioners of free love by saying “The stuff’s no good but the price is right.” To me, Hillary Clinton always exemplified that comment by Redd Foxx.

Bill and Hillary Clinton were typical of the 60’s liberals and while in the White House they acted little from the people who attended Woodstock. It might be necessary to read books like “The Secret Life of Bill Clinton” by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard and “The Murder of Vince Foster” by Michael Kellett to realize that.

Publicly, the Clintons tried to hide their immorality but they made it clear they were not fans of Christianity.

Barack Obama has made it even clearer that he is not a fan of Christianity. He has spoken of bitter clingers who cling to their religion and their guns.

It is obvious that Barack Obama does not believe that the American people have inalienable rights that come from God. Obama believes that the American people have whatever rights the government chooses to give them. That is what gun control is all about.

If American citizens are unarmed, they cannot resist whatever the government wishes to do to them.




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