This was an actual, though unofficial, election slogan in Louisiana (quelle surprise!) in 1991, on behalf of former governor Edwin Edwards, who was running for another term despite his previous terms being plagued by scandal (he would eventually serve time for corruption). So why was it so important to vote for the crook? His opponent was none other than David Dukkke. Yes, the very same David Dukkke who has been lavishing praise on the Nazi terrorists in Virginia, as well as on Cheeto Benito, whose Chinese-made red hats so many of them were wearing.
Fast forward to Fall 2016. "Vote for the corporate-owned warmonger. It's important." Dukkke himself may not have been running against her, but his hateful nativist ideology certainly was. And this time, it prevailed.
And now we get to the heart of the Second Amendment debate. It's not about one yahoo bringing an assault rifle into Walmart, it's about hundreds or thousands of them banding together as impromptu militias and overpowering law enforcement. And the likely response will be to hasten the process of turning police into paramilitary units. Google "Urban Shield".
And why didn't Gov. McAuliffe call out the National Guard if local police were unable to respond?
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