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I think I'll report myself. I'm sure the Left would think me plenty "fishy" indeed.
Dear Whitehouse.gov -
I'm sure I'm on a list somewhere, filed under "extremist - conservative, gun owner" so this might be redundant. But I'll make it easy for you since being Big Brother must be such hard work.
I want to keep the money I earn, own and shoot as many guns as I want, and have the federal government leave me the hell alone as much as possible. I'm not shy about it, really.
I've handpainted signs for Tea Party protests, and held them proudly in the freezing rain. I've blogged about guns and the importance of the Second Amendment. I have yet to receive a check from either the RNC or the NRA. I am grassroots.
I'm angry about the bogus $787 billion, unread and yet passed anyway, Stimulus bill. Laden with earmarks and pork, it will be paid for with taxpayer money. My money. My neighbor's money...quite possibly for generations to come.
I'm against universal healthcare for a lot of reasons - among them the fact that whittling a peg to hobble around on is not high up on my to-do list. I also don't like the idea of paying for some idiot's third abortion, heart medication for the fat slob who sits around eating ding-dongs and cheetos all day, or even the broken wrist of some kid who skateboards in the library parking lot. These are not my life style choices, so why should I have to pay for them?
I've seen the missive you've sent to your minions and honestly, if they showed up on my doorstep, I'd be happy to talk to them - as long as they didn't mind the pistol I'd be wearing on my hip.