Christopher Jordan Dorner: The Saga Of Mixed-Up Metaphors

His ability to arm himself was constitutional. His declaration of war was textbook. His list of grievances was compelling, if a tad self-indulgent. Christopher Jordan Dorner was everything dreamt of by the Founding Fathers.

A wet dream.

He served his country, as a Navy Reservist. He served his community, as a Cop. He stood-up to abuse of authority, calling-out a Fellow Officer, who beat a mentally retarded suspect mercilessly, alerting Command of “Conduct Unbecoming Law Enforcement.”

Dorner was punished for it, by tyrants.

There comes a time, as a man, as a patriot, as an outsider, when you’re literally standing outside, looking in, glaring at the establishment, and all you see are enemies. Whether they’re Red Coats, whether they’re Confederates, whether they’re LAPD, you have the Right to Bear Arms.

Turns out, more than the Right to Bear Arms, We The People have the Right to Tune-In. And watch the cabin burn. Cold Dead Hands? More Like Charred Dead Hands.

Where’s Charlton Heston when you need him the most? In Hell with Dorner.

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11 Responses to Christopher Jordan Dorner: The Saga Of Mixed-Up Metaphors

  1. Vince says:

    Perhaps we should completely make homicide legal. We are half the way there with “stand your ground.” Let’s cowboy up, arm up, lock and load, and have at it. People would sure be a lot nicer if they knew a pissed off stranger had nothing to fear for riddling a loud mouth full of lead. Legalize drugs, murder and non-consensual rape!

  2. BF says:

    I know you guys are kinda young and probably did not watch alot of western movies growing up. But in the late 1800′s, right after the Civil War that’s the way it was in the wild, wild west. You could stand your ground and provoke somebody into a gun fight and shoot him dead. We’ve kinda gotten away from that, as most societies do, but the hard core nra people just can’t let it go. Dorner took it a step further and killed the loved ones of his perceived enemies. When u violate the rules in the end you just become a criminal, no matter your cause.

  3. BF says:

    Drones are war. The rules of engagement in war are way different than the rules of behavior in society. If you want to make outrageous comparisons, become a Republican. They believe that the slippery slope of permitting gay marriage will eventually lead to people marrying animals!

    • Gregor says:

      A little KY, and all slippery slopes are fun.

    • Steven says:

      We have not declared a war since World War 2. The drones are now being used domestically with over 1700 domestic permits approved for local police departments.

      Plus, giving a president or govt the power to kill anyone without a court order, just because he feels like it (like the 16-year old son of a “terrorist”), sets us back prior to the Magna Carta and Habeas Corpus in 1679.

      So you can rationalize for Obama because he seems like a nice guy. I’m sure he has his reasons. But the reasons given are not the real reasons, this I am am sure of.

      I suspect, like most things, it has to do with money.

  4. Ed says:

    why should Frank know the 1800′s better than me? was he alive then? this is the real wild west…and east, and south, and north. get your guns ready

  5. jo says:

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I truly appreciate your efforts and I am waiting for your next write ups. Thank you once again.

  6. MASINI says:

    Aw, this was an exceptionally good post. Finding the time, and actual effort, to generate a great article…

    But what can I say… I procrastinate a lot. And don’t manage to get nearly anything done.

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