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In Memory of John Machaffie

DISTRESS YOUR HELP NEEDED

DISTRESS YOUR HELP NEEDED (John would still want this message posted for his good friend Lynda,

and she needs $225.00 by the 1st so please help with some amount if you are able to. God Bless)

Lynda is a good friend and soul mate helping us getting the word out.

She is one of my intelligence gathering ladies.

She is a 65 yr light worker who has always helping others.

She has been evicted out of her home in GA.

Lynda has been Homeless and she is disabled stuck in a motel since Oct 7, 2014 .

Unable to pay all her bills as she is on disability. She needs help desperately.

People have been stepping up helping her but they can’t help no more due to the economy.

She will need money for food and motel bill.

If you can help please do a PayPal lyndasnesara3@gmail.com.

Lynda’s phone number is 404 977 3322. Give her a call.

Any amount will do small or large until the RV is here when funds start flowing.

I have a large donation for her after the RV and global reset.

Until then the Bad Hombres are blocking our blessings.

Let’s continue to show the world what big hearts you have.

Referred by John Machaffie – a good friend

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Gun rights

Subject: Gun rights

Louisiana Citizens to Gun-Grabbing Judges: Come and Take It


by AWR Hawkins 12 Nov 2012, 1:46 AM PDT 
While national eyes were on the presidential election on Nov. 6, citizens of Louisiana were voting on a state-constitutional amendment that made the right to keep and bear arms "a fundamental right," and put gun-grabbing judges on notice.

Titled the "Louisiana Right To Bear Arms, Amendment 2 (2012)," the amendment passed 73.45 percent to 26.55.  It bolsters the exercise of 2nd Amendment rights within the state by eliminating "language within the Louisiana Constitution that would allow passage of laws prohibiting concealed weapons."

It also mandates that "any restriction of a [gun] right requires the highest standard of review by a court." In other words, it removes the ability of a judge to unilaterally implement his or her anti-gun agenda or diminish gun rights on a whim. 

The passage of this amendment was a brilliant, preemptive strike for liberty on a day when liberalism seemed to win nationally.

Like the Texans who refused to give up their cannon at the Battle of Gonzales in 1835, our Louisiana brothers and sisters have hunkered down with their liberty intact via the "Right to Bear Arms Amendment."

Consequently, the message coming out of Louisiana is the same message that came out of Gonzales nearly two centuries ago, "Come and Take It."




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