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Texas Police Chief Urges Citizens to Arm Themselves So They Can Protect the Cops

Posted on the 11 December 2015 by Adask

Texas Police chief to public: “I don’t want you runnin’ outta bullets and I don’t want you runnin’ outta guns.”

Q:  Is this a great country, or what?

A:  It was.  It’s not so great now.  But it’s beginning to look like there’s a chance that it could be great again.

I see the Trump phenomenon, police advising people to arm themselves, a willingness to refuse to allow Muslims to enter The USA, and Obama melting, melting into a puddle of lies–and I’m reminded of Ronald Reagan’s A.D. 1984 political campaign slogan:  “It’s morning again in America”.

I’m not saying that it definitely is “morning again in America”.  But I am saying that it might be.

Surprisingly, we owe a lot of this new “morning in America” to the San Bernardino Muslims who recently fired the “shots heard ’round the Nation” that killed or wounded nearly 40 (unarmed) Americans.  That murderous, satanic, Muslim bastard and his Saudi Arabian bitch got America up off the couch.  Their attack reminds me of the A.D. 1775 skirmish at Concord, Massachusetts where British soldiers killed 8 Americans and wounded at least another 8 in what came to be called “The Shot Heard Round The World”.  With those American deaths, England triggered the American Revolution and England’s subsequent decline.

In a similar sense, the San Bernardino Muslims shed American blood on American soil with their “shots heard round the nation”.  Now, we’re going to see how long we can stay on our feet, or if we lose heart and sink back into the couch.  Have the Muslims helped trigger a USA revolution?    We shall see.’

But strange things are happening and the forces of political correctness are in disarray and retreat.  Praise the LORD!   We appear to me to be on the verge of an revolutionary outbreak of truth in America.

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Extra-credit video from Ronald Reagan’s 1984 political campaign. (Good LORD, how this country has changed in the last 30 years.  And not for the better.)

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