Most people learn from their mistakes, but not our President. His latest appeal to Hollywood to take up the gun control fight is a prime example. His reaction to the terrorist action of a single nut job from South Carolina is to appeal to movie makers to begin a brainwashing campaign to get America off guns. Last week I watched a movie titled “Django.” I have previously maintained that when Hollywood gives up its love affair with making films that have little regard for life, then I will change my attitude about “we the people” owning guns. Django is a perfect example of a story loaded with hatred and divisiveness settled by killing. There is little question that some of the characters portrayed in Django deserved killing, but depicting the action on movie film in a glorious superman saves the day way is not what it will take to make me hand over my gun. If anything, movies like Django glorify Blacks killing Whites. We wonder why there is a rash of black on white crime in America? Tell me that Django has not contributed to this terrible disease?
Obama has solidified our right to own guns by his charge to Hollywood to take up gun control as a campaign. Why? Because if Hollywood does, they will go broke overnight, and we all know that one-percenters don’t like not making money. Writers will also have to write stories of people killing people without using guns. Where should Obama be putting his emphasis? Where should he begin? We learn the most when we are infants and young children. Our minds are like sponges soaking up knowledge. A child’s parents are the primary characters filling these tiny sponge brains with the stuff that will drive them later in life. Without parents the kids don’t stand much of a chance. Obama should lecture people about keeping kids with two parents. He can’t do it because his mother raised him by herself, and he has no clue about what a father’s role is. He seems a good father to his own daughters which is a sound example, but it is not enough. In his role as President he must encourage parents to rear children with character, morals, and rules. Instead, he transfers the job to Hollywood. He fully expects movies to raise our kids. What I see are children who see too many movies with the wrong messages like Django, i.e. solve your problems by killing your way out of them.
Isn’t that what the kid in South Carolina did? Isn’t that what the Sandy Hook kid did? How about the movie house killer? These guys have major problems and they see killing as a way t o get the attention they need. Wouldn’t it be easier if they had parents who took the belt to them for disobedience or for showing signs of wrongful behavior?