How should you speak to the high and mighty ruling class buffoons in Washington, D.C.?
Politicians and bureaucrats think you’re a bumpkin who just fell off the turnip truck. They think you can’t read the Constitution. They think you’re stupid because you didn’t graduate from an Ivy League school. They think your religion is goofy. They think the way you raise your kids is narrow. They think you aren’t smart enough to make your own decisions about most areas of your life. They’re positive they can put your money to better use than you can. They’re sure you’re a bigot, and would call you a racist to your face, if they had the chance.
They think you own a gun because you’re a violent, dangerous person. If you own more than one gun, they are certain you’re a criminal, and a potential mass murderer.
They don’t respect you. They aren’t looking out for you. Nor are they looking out for the Constitution.
So how should you speak to arrogant, pompous members of Congress? Watch as Newtown, Conn. parent Bill Stevens explains his Constitutional rights to those he correctly identifies as ruling class buffoons:
Stevens delivers a number of lines that make many members of Congress look like a Constitutionally ignorant gang of gun-grabbing zealots. His best zinger, in our opinion: “911 will be dialed after the security of my home has been established.”
That is exactly how you speak to the dolts running the country today.