For $800,000, San Francisco Taught a Lesson about 2nd Amendment

By John W. Lillpop

In many "non-progressive" cities of America, children still learn to understand and appreciate freedom and democracy, and are taught to celebrate, rather than repudiate, American heritage and history.

In such cities, students are required to learn about the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, and the Bill of Rights, including the Second Amendment.

By contrast, in San Francisco children learn that all injustice and human suffering originates with America. Hating America is a sign of intellectual and spiritual superiority, according to this town's goofy leftists.

Rather than wasting time on the Constitution and Bill of Rights, San Francisco kids learn how to pull a condom over a cucumber, how to hate the U.S. military, and how being a pedophile is no more of a stigma than being left handed.

Because of San Francisco's unhealthy liberalism and warped teaching ideals, it was necessary for the NRA to step in and teach the citizenry of this city a badly needed lesson about the Second Amendment.

All told, Gun Rights 101, cost San Francisco $800,000 at a time when the city is battling a budget deficit.

As reported, in part, by the NRA:

"The City of San Francisco has paid $380,000 to the National Rifle Association (NRA) as reimbursement for legal fees incurred while striking down Proposition H, passed by San Francisco voters in November 2005.

'Freedom and common sense prevailed in San Francisco. Proposition H was a foolish scheme by anti-gun politicians to disarm only the law-abiding in San Francisco,' said NRA chief lobbyist Chris Cox. 'NRA promised we would do everything we could to overturn this ill-conceived gun ban, and I am pleased to say that we have delivered on that promise. We will now put these funds back into use to advance self-defense civil rights in legislatures and courts.'

Combined with more than $200,000 in fees paid to City lawyers defending the ordinance and an equal value of lawyers time donated to the City for the unsuccessful defense of this case, the total costs to City taxpayers in defending against Proposition H, a civilian disarmament attempt, approaches $800,000."

Regrettably, San Francisco taxpayers have to bear the considerable financial burden caused by city officials’ selfish efforts to play politics with the self defense rights of law-abiding people."

Awwwwww, what a bloody shame.Think of all the cucumbers Mayor Newsom could buy with $800,000!