measter@**********.com—Dec. 14, 2015—The toothpaste salesman. The kids filed into class Monday morning. They were all excited. Their weekend assignment was to sell something, then give a talk on salesmanship.
LIttle Sally led off. "I sold Girl Scout cookies, and I made $30," she said proudly. "My sales approach was to appeal to the customer's civic spirit. And I credit that approach for my obvious success."
"Very good,"said the teacher.
Little Debbie was next. "I sold magazines," she said. "I made $45 and I explained to everyone that magazines would keep them up on current events."
"Very good, Debbie," said the teacher.
Eventually, it was little Johnny's turn. The teacher held her breath. LIttle Johnny walked up to the from of the classroom and dumped a box full of cash on the teacher's desk. "$2,497," he said. $2,467?" echoed the teacher, "...what in the world were you selling?"
"Toothbrushes," said Little Johnny. "Toothbrushes?" echoed the teacher again, "How could you possibly sell enough toothbrushes to make that much money?"
"I found the busiest corner in town," he said. "I set up a Dip and Chip Stand and I gave everyone who walked by a free sample. They all said the same thing: 'Hey, this tastes like dog poop!' I would reply,"It is dog poop. Wanna buy a toothbrush?"
"I used the Obama method of giving you some crap, dressing it up so it looks good, telling you its free, then making you pay to get the bad taste out of your mouth."
Little Johnny got 5 stars for his assignment. Bless his little heart
*****@johnellis.com—Dec. 10, 2015—Forwarded email: "I ran a test."
On Feb. 15, 1933 when President-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt, accompanied on the occasion by Chicago Mayor Anton Cemak was making a speech at the Bayfront Park in Miami, a dissident immigrant, Giuseppe "Joe" Zangara tried to assassinate FDR. As well-wishers crowded around Roosevelt's convertible to shake the President-elect's hand, Zangara pulled a .38 caliber revolver from a pocket and fired six quick shots. Before he could fire the first shot, a woman standing next to him, Mrs. Joe Gill (the wife of the President of Florida Light & Power) jerked his arm, causing him to miss Roosevelt. The first bullet hit Cemak, fatally wounding him. (He died 17 days later as FDR was being sworn in as President on March 4, 1933.) Three other people were wounded.
It was on Feb. 15, 1933 that Roosevelt decided that "guns kill." He knew at that moment, solely because the gun was aimed at him, the first thing he was going to do as President was to outlaw them. Roosevelt controlled both Houses of Congress and was convinced he could bully his National Firearms Act of 1933 through both Houses and amend the Constitution by eraser, eliminating the Second Amendment. Attorney General Homer Cummins convinced FDR that, first, Congress wouldn't even bring his bill up for a vote. Second, FDR would lose control of Congress. Instead, Cummins proposed a stiff excise tax on guns, and an oppressive tax on "gangster weapons" (modified weapons like sawed-off shotguns.) Congress refused to pass his bill because of the tax to purchase a gun was more than an average working class American earned in three months.. In 1938, FDR finally got his seriously weakened National Firearms Act enacted. The bill did not include an oppressive excise tax. It simply forbade Americans from modifying weapons for the purpose of concealment, and prevents them from purchasing tommy guns (gangster weapons) or any other automatic weapons.
The National Firearms Act of 1938 ended up before the US Supreme Court as United States v Miller 307 US 174 in 1939. The Supreme Court ruled on May 19 that it was the inherent belief of the Founding Fathers that the people might someday have to fight an oppressive government, and therefore, it was in the best interests of the nation that the people be as well-armed as its government. The court further held that the National Firearms Act was an attempt by Congress and the White House to usurp the powers reserved for the States, and that the purpose of the 2nd Amendment was not to restrict the rights of the people to own firearms, but to protect the people from their government.
************@john*******.com—Dec. 8, 2015—A newspaper article re-published on Oct. 13, 1975 that originally appeared in the same Northeast newspaper which originally published it in April, 1970 concerns documents found in May, 1919 by the Allied forces in Dusseldorf, Germany. In the documents found by British and American troops was something most people today attribute to communist community activist Saul Alinsky, who used the material, almost verbatim in his RULES FOR RADICALS, which he dedicated to "Lucifer." Hillary Rodham met Saul Alinsky several times in 1968 while she was attending Wellesley College. Her radicalization began.with those meetings. The Free Beacon, which secured at least two of the letters from Rodham to Alinsky, concluded from the content that Alinsky had a much deeper influence in shaping Hillary Rodham Clinton's political views than previously thought.
Soon to be Yale radical Hillary Rodham Clinton (who was raised as a conservative in a conservative home in Illinois), was radicalized before she arrived at Yale Law School in 1969. At 23 in the summer of 1971 while living in Berkeley, CA. Hillary Rodham worked for Treuhaft, Walker & Burnstein, who were known for their radical politics and a client list that included the Black Panthers and other militants.like Alinsky. On July 8, 1971 Hillary Rodham Clinton began writing letters to her new political crush, Saul Alinsky (age 62), which she sent air mail, and marked them "personal." Copies of two letters from Rodham to Alinsky were received by the Free Beacon from Alinsky's Industrial Areas Foundation, which is housed in the University of Texas in Austin. The IAF was a training center for community organizers. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s relationship with Saul Alinsky was personal and her tacit agreement with his radical political views continued for at least two years after she entered Yale law school in 1969. Alinsky died the in 1973.
I've got one question for you: What American with at least one brain cell still working would vote for Hillary Rodham Clinton for President? Answer: only those who don't like personal liberty, free will, and the right to bear arms. Take heed because the anti-American interloper in the White House has the same plan in mind that the Clintons have—ban the private ownership of firearms in the United States by Executive Order, or by an unconstitutional law should the left regain control of the US House of Representatives and the US Senate. If that happens, the only people with guns in America will be the bureaucrats in Washington who have already stockpiled over a billion rounds of ammunition for them, the federal, state and county police and...of course, the criminals and the terrorists.