There was an Oni girl who would not move because the spirits that once guided her had left her to move on in the afterlife. She would weep and moan for their return but she was not given a returning audience. She would cry and not move. As powerful as an Oni was, she would let simple things defeat her and easily lose her pride. Then there was a boy who believed who came from a long line of royalty. His aunt, the queen of much land whose fortune excited that of ten thousand gold, lived with her king and blessed the family of which the boy came from. He was different from his family though. He believed that anyone could achieve happiness if they really tried. He came to happen upon the Oni girl and asked her, “Why does a woman of beauty such as you weep ever so bitterly?” She wanted to ignore him but felt that she needed him more than ever. She replied, “The spirits! They have left me and I am all alone!” The boy was moved by her words felt compelled to tell her that she need not to follow the spirits but find her own way. She refused though, and would not be swayed to go on her own path to righteousness. The boy then loved her and after much time she loved him back. All the other girls who wanted to marry the boy were turned away and were left with no regard.
After much time, the boy and the Oni girl had attracted the attention of others. His parents had not liked her. They approached the boy and asked him, “Ichi, the Oni can bare you no children. He replied, “I still love her.” Their faces became more serious. “Ichi, the Oni does not believe in the spirits of her ancestors. She believes in the spirits of the forest which are unclean!” “I still love her,” he said assuredly. They then laughed and said, “No Oni brings happiness.” Ichi puffed up and exclaimed, “I still love her!” He walked away and prayed the arrival of when the carriage would arrive to take him to her home in the forest. When she saw him she would end her pause and praise him. She loved him so much that she decided to make him a man of him instead of a boy. She used her magic that she turned boys to men and made Ichi into a man. Ichi stood strong and became filled with pride in their alliance among each other. Ichi denied all other’s thoughts; even the Oni’s mother who knew her daughter and that she could not handle the love alliance between them. She told Ichi, and he said, “I still love her.” Soon all the thoughts and words came and attacked in the mind of Ichi. The undeniable truths circled Ichi causing the lands to become silent and easier for Ichi to hear what the spirits were telling him. He yelled and asked his ancestors why these words are haunting him then they became silent. Sound returned and everything was normal. The Oni came to him running; she had come to him telling him that she was having panic attacks. She demanded a blade to ease her fate. Ichi knew this alliance was coming to an end. His pride was drained by each day filled with grief and torment from her pauses. When he would confront of her of the truths, she became silent and began to ignore what was truth. Ichi even went as far as to deny the truths with her.
Looking back from the start, Ichi was thankful for the experience, but paid a steep price to dance in the name of love with an Oni. The families, though, bonded together as an anti-alliance to break up the love that could not survive. Ichi hated there words at first, but then knew that they are wiser than his own. Ichi called the Oni for an ending of this love alliance. She rebuked him in anger and wanted an answer. He gave her the answer, just not the one she was looking for. She then continued her pause. She wept and moaned not knowing that Ichi’s intentions all along were to make her stronger and continue to move without him. She refused and will not lift a single finger even today.
Oh Christ here we go…….
I think I will start this up with a question; did people die from firearm related murders back then? If you answered yes then you do have a brain. If our founding fathers knew the dangers of being able to kill someone from a distance or up close with such black powder musket rifles, then they knew it can be used as a dangerous weapon and people would eventually make more and more guns. So why would they say in broad context “Right to bare Arms?” The answer is simple, people can kill people with whatever is available such as knives, bats, spears, bow and arrows, and practically anything that you could stab, beat, or murder anyone with. So if these weapons are dangerous why not ban all of them? Simple, they are tools! The logic of banning assault rifles because they are deadly is the same logic as banning spoons because they transfer food that may cause you to become obese.
Modern liberals believe in this living constitution which changes meanings every time that something bad happens. But this situation is got to be the worst actions ever considered by the U.S government. I am shocked that not only people are in favor of wanting to go down a slippery slope of banning certain types of guns, but that the government is going as far as it can to do so. Perhaps next everyone will hear of some tragic event involving a shotgun and soon those will be banned until the U.S. people are stripped of their rights.
The solution no cares right now about is in the killers themselves. Take for example the Columbine shooting. The two kids were unpopular kids made fun of and not treated with proper respect. The result is that one steals his older brother’s license and illegally buys guns to arm him and his friend to murder his classmates (Which means not matter the circumstances, sick or deranged people can find away.) Now let’s take Newtown school shootings. This is arguably the worst incident in U.S. history, but what about the killer? Adam Lanza was described as intelligent, but socially uncomfortable around people and nervous most of the time. These traits are common in people with autism. Adam Lanza was even diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome. In his education, he was homeschooled for most of his life; but he attended Sandy Hook Elementary school for a brief time. His mother, working at Sandy Hook, was what believed to be the intended target of Adam Lanza’s unknown hatred. He wanted to kill her and no one was going to stop him except if someone, like a police officer, was there armed with what? A gun.
“People say if you are not a conservative you do not have a brain. Others say if are not a liberal you do not have a heart. Why can’t you have both?” Ron Paul.