“This is the greatest country in the world, but we have to come together. We have to find common ground.” – Fabio Lanzoni
If you’re anything like most red-blooded, gun-owning Americans, then talking about America, patriotism, and guns probably gives you goosebumps. Right?
Since Fabio Lanzoni, a legendary romantic stud, became an official, legal citizen of the United States, he can’t stop talking about his love for the America. The model told LifeZette, “It was like a beautiful dream. It was like paradise,” as he describes arriving in America, “I fell in love with this country.”
However, even Fabio realizes that there are still things that need to be addressed, and he is legitimately worried about the direction that California is heading. He describes how The Golden state isn’t quite as bright with the direction that Governor Jerry Brown is steering. “It’s a disaster. It’s an epidemic,” he continued, “I’ve been around the world. I’ve been to Africa. Everywhere. Downtown Los Angeles now looks like a third-world country.”
I would probably say this probably has something to do with the sanctuary cities in Cali, hmmm? They have used all their money harboring fugitives instead of using it to better state and upkeep the cities.
Bearing Arms reports:
He described closed-off streets and sidewalks along with “out-of-control” problems with crime and the homeless.
“We have to repeal Proposition 57,” Fabio stated, adding that Governor Brown has “turned his back on law enforcement.”
California’s Parole for Non-Violent Criminals and Juvenile Court Trial Requirements Initiative was on the ballot in November as Proposition 57 and passed with the support of 64.46% of voters. The measure increased parole and good behavior opportunities for felons convicted of nonviolent crimes and allows judges to decide whether to try certain juveniles as adults in court.
But while bleeding heart Californians aggressively move to the left of liberalism and Governor Brown continues to play partisan politics, Fabio believes this initiative isn’t about party lines, he says it’s as simple as right vs. wrong.
“This is a non-political situation. You’re talking about the people and the law enforcement against the criminal. You’re on the side of the people and the law enforcement, or you’re on the side of the criminal. It’s a very simple issue,” he said.
I agree with Fabio! We must unite together, or we will fall together, or as Aesop so famously put it, “United we stand, divided we fall.”