Roseburg Paper Tells Obama Stay Home. Don't Play Silly Games Here.

Nope folks The Roseburg Beacon publisher David Jaques has told skippy stay the hell out of Roseburg. Apparently most in town feel the same. This is a very pro second amendment town. It was amazing to see even the survivors  saying more laws are not the answer. Other than the  gunman’s “Idiot Father” who sounds like another “Useful Idiot” The good people of Roseburg sound like good strong folks. Please say a few prayers for them while they grieve.


Beacon Publisher Says Obama Is Not Welcomed in Roseburg After Politicizing the Tragedy

Barack Obama and his ilk are using the tragedy in Oregon to attack the Second Amendment. His argument is completely illogical but people are so desperate to stop these horrific murders that they will buy into it without truly thinking about the impossible logic of eliminating every gun and the illegal gun trade. They won’t consider that the gun grabbers will go after knives next as former NYC mayor Mike Bloomberg did during his reign.
The people of Roseburg will not go along with Obama’s agenda. This is one tragedy he won’t be able to fully exploit.
The Roseburg Beacon publisher David Jaques says Obama is not welcome after his comments politicizing the shooting death of nine people at Umpaqua Community College.
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~Steve~
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3 responses to “Roseburg Paper Tells Obama Stay Home. Don't Play Silly Games Here.

  1. That was refreshing to hear them wave off BHO, but was it accurate?

  2. Me, I provided link to story, and umm did you watch the vid? Yes it’s accurate watch the vid and the editor is interviewed and in his own words tells obama stay home and don’t come here and play politics with these kids deaths.

  3. Pedestal of the Martyred
    I stand on the bodies of your fallen,
    Unbidden, I come here to speak.
    I wish to politicize your grieving
    While disarming your old and weak
    I stand upon the graves of your children
    As I revel in their demise.
    Upon a pedestal of the martyred
    I spew the most wretched of lies.
    I stand against a backdrop of heroes –
    They were children, husbands, and wives –
    I’ll use them to further my agenda
    At the expense of more young lives.
    I stand here, even though I’m unwanted,
    Horses couldn’t drag me away.
    Upon a pedestal of the martyred
    I’ll force you to hear what I say!
    I stand on the bodies of your fallen,
    As I revel in their demise.
    I’ll use them to further my agenda
    And my voice to muffle their cries!
    © 2015 The Poet Darkling™

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