Wednesday, November 09, 2005

SF welcomes criminals, snubs military

Can we all admit that San Francisco is definitely not representative of normal America? From the AP:
Voters approved ballot measures to ban handguns in San Francisco and urge the city's public high schools and college campuses to keep out military recruiters.

The gun ban prohibits the manufacture and sale of all firearms and ammunition in the city, and makes it illegal for residents to keep handguns in their homes or businesses.
Whew! I can already see the lines of criminals now extending for miles as they get into the queue to turn in their weapons! I mean, criminals care so much about the laws we already have, so I'm just positive they'll comply with this new law! If a homeowner dares to defend himself and his family against a violent criminal, that insolent homeowner will be dealt with in the harshest of terms!

S.F. just painted a bullseye on its citizens, and when the violence against defenseless homeowners and business owners escalates, you can go ahead and call it "self-inflicted."

However, that pesky Second Amendment thingee could become a problem for them. Speaking of which, let's get this out of the way:

For you liberals who maintain that the Second Amendment doesn't grant individuals the right to keep and bear arms, you would have to hypocritically and stupidly believe that every single amendment in the Bill of Rights (freedom of speech, freedom against unreasonable search and seizure, etc.) pertains to the rights of individuals...except for the Second Amendment! Yes sir, the Founding Fathers intended for us to have a limited government that recognizes and protects the rights of the individual, and they were so adamant about that principle that they forged a Second Amendment to protect...groups?

So save your breath, and take your anti-individual rants about the Second Amendment to the Kos kiddies. In the meantime, back to Moonbat City, aka S.F.:
The military recruitment initiative won with 60 percent in favor and 40 percent against.

The measure, dubbed "College Not Combat," opposes the presence of military recruiters at public high schools and colleges. However, it would not ban the armed forces from seeking enlistees at city campuses, since that would put schools at risk of losing federal funding.

It encourages city officials and university administrators to exclude recruiters and create scholarships and training programs that would reduce the military's appeal to young adults.
Nice to know that Moonbat City holds our armed forces in such high regard, eh? Maybe they've been reading the comPost article that portrays the military as a bunch of hayseeds, and God (insert deity du jour here) knows that the latté sipping leftist limpwrists of the Golden Gate don't want to lower themselves to bunking with red state rubes! Therefore, they must be diligent in protecting their kids (without guns, of course) by keeping the recruiters away from their offspring!

Is there any wonder why the Electoral College is so important? It keeps cities like San Francisco from singlehandedly determining the outcome of presidential elections. Our Founding Fathers were brilliant, for putting the Electoral College AND the Second Amendment into the Constitution...the same document with which San Francisco just wiped its pinko posteriors!

Tell me again why Americans don't take the left seriously when it comes to crime, defense, and other issues related to security?