|Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster appears for one second in a
commercial with 29 other mayors. New York Mayor and anti-
freedom/big government/nanny state activist Michael Bloomberg (above) does the kicker. Bloomberg, the man who would be God to his people, made it illegal in New York City to sell soda in what he decided was too large
Mayor Paul Dyster appears alongside 29 other U. S. mayors in a public service announcement that demands that Congress weaken the protections of the Second Amendment of the Constitution of the United States.
The group of mayors say they want to strengthen government's power to determine which citizens have the right to bear arms, and to limit the type of arms the people have a right to possess in defense of their home and homeland.
The Second Amendment, for those who do not know, is part of the Bill of Rights, and reads: 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.
Dyster appears seventh in a lineup of mayors from San Francisco, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, New York City, Allentown, Chapel Hill, Santa Fe., Boston and elsewhere collectively seeking to infringe the people's 2nd amendment rights.
The mayors, of course, are part of government. It is a PSA message from government, through its agents, that government should have more power over the governed.
The sequence of mayors, showing each posturing mightily for the camera, shown one after the other, in toto, make a petulant speech, seemingly using the word "demand" every three or four seconds, uttered in self-righteously angry tones.
For his part, Dyster appears for literally less than one second and utters a single word, "Columbine," referring to the shooting which occurred on April 20, 1999, at Columbine High School in Colorado.
Like all anti-Second Amendment government officials, Dyster fails to attribute the misuse of guns to the individuals, and instead assigns blame to guns themselves.
It is, however, ironic that Dyster mentioned Columbine, because the killers, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, who murdered 12 students and one teacher before committing suicide, were addicted to violent video games and violent Hollywood movies, used pharmaceutical anti-depressants under the direction of a psychiatrist, were bullied at school and enjoyed dark music bands.
Dyster might just as well have said, "Hollywood" or "Video Games" for they had as much, or as little, to do with the deaths at Columbine as inanimate guns did.
The ad featuring Dyster and other mayors can be viewed at www.demandaction.org/mayors.
The Second Amendment mirrors that natural right of a man to protect himself against tyranny or aggression, whether it be in the form of a person or a wicked and unjust government.