Monday, February 06, 2006

On the subject to wearing a t-shirt to a important governmental speach

This isn't like wearing a t-shirt to the Oscars. This isn't like dying your hair green and going to high school. This isn't like having a parade down the middle of new york during rush hour.

This is very very different.

Look at the Bill of Rights. Not Amendment 1, althought most people will tell you that it has everything to do with this subject. This is not about Amendment 1 it is about #2.

A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

What this is stating is that when the shit hits the fan, when the government is corrupt and beyond repair, or even when it is breaking down then we the people have the right to the equipment that may be needed to correct the situation. This is about revolution. When it is necessary to say no to the governement we the people have the duty and right to do so in order to keep the government in check. In history this equipment has included pitch-forks, guns, even worse devices of death. Bush is a coward, he is scared of a lone t-shirt. A single t-shirt and a simple statement of truth from an individual can bring this administration to it's knees.

You won't find this t-shirt pictured on MSNBC or CBS or CNN or possibly even FOX. The revolution won't be on TV. If anyone knows where this t-shirt is or how to contact the owner. I beg of you to put this t-shirt on Ebay and allow it's journey to continue.

Funny note: Dopes like the one above wearing a stupid t-shirt can be found anywhere on the net. I have an ad-blocker to block this crap.

But this picture below, I had a very hard time finding it.


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