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Mikeb30200:Are you sayin' that them guyz that post pitchers of themselves with their gunz are bein' kept track of by the JNOOL*? That alone would be eough to keep me off the intertubez if I had anything I didn't want them to know!!I remember riding past a house in southern NH one day about 15 years ago. The guy I was with commented on the attractive Jesuspurple paint job and the handsome 8', bobwire topped chainlink fence. He asked me what idiot lived there. I told him it was the home of a "survivalist" (turns out he WAS a survivalist as well as a drug dealer and murderer). Anyhoo, he said it was good to know about such people as he would be visiting them if the balloon went up--to get their guns and c-rations. He didn't elaborate, but I assumed he was talking about some means of acquisition other than cash or barter.Jackbooted Nerds Of Obama Left
Thinking is pretty difficult for dishonest Joe Huffman.
It pisses me off that they try to sell us as if we are products--not people with a right to privacy.
The biggest problem with your little plan for licensing and registration tyranny isn't the sheer vast amount of paperwork and bureaucratic overhead it would entail (although licensing scores of millions of gun owners and hundreds of millions of guns would be a formidably huge task, and rather a long-ass way from foolproof).No--the biggest problem is that millions of us won't bloody do it, and you don't have enough jackbooted thugs to change that.Checkmate.
No--the biggest problem is that millions of us won't bloody do it, and you don't have enough jackbooted thugs to change that.Indeed.
I believe you, Zorro. So, in that ideal world of the not-too-distant future, right after they take Big Mike V. away, they'll come for you too.You see, I can have my fantasies too.
People volunteer to put their information on Facebook. Why would we volunteer to register our guns?
Jesus on a fucking pogo stick, I don't know who's more of an idiot, Zerro or Anonymous@7:32 PM. Boyz, they ain't depending on you volunteering to register your gunz; they're simply datamining all of your blogs.
Good one, democommie.You see, They have their fantasies about not surrendering to the evil government and I have mine. It's the same fantasy just with a different ending.After record-breaking follow-up coverage abut the Arizona shooting, I'm still convinced there were several armed men in the crowd who, failing to intervene in a timely manner like they'd always pictured themselves doing, decided to keep quite about their having been armed. They were embarrassed. In the famous fantasy situation of the government confiscating guns, it would go down the same way. All these huffing and puffing gun guys would acquiesce to the power, turn over their guns and slink away whimpering.
In the famous fantasy situation of the government confiscating guns, it would go down the same way. All these huffing and puffing gun guys would acquiesce to the power, turn over their guns and slink away whimpering.Try us, tough guy. I fucking want you to.
Oh, that Zerroy, he's such a m-a-a--a-n*I think, Mikeb30200, that you're wrong about "all" those folks with guns surrendering them, willingly. As, Zerroy indicates, he will FUCKING DO YOU, YOU FUCKING FUCKERS, if you so much as show up at his house to take away his only means of dealing with things he doesn't understand.I think that the Organs of State Security are probably not so concerned about the hunters and skeet/target shooters. They ARE I'm sure taking note of the folks, like Zerroy who are willing to go to the prone position for their gunligious beliefs.*H/T to Olive Oyl of "Popeye" fame.
democommie, when I read your *H/T and then reread the first line, I whould just hear Olive Oyl from the old cartoons. I guess you'd have to be our age to really enjoy it.Zorroy, Don't you think it's time for a new avatar, one more appropriate to your intrepidity?
Zorroy, Don't you think it's time for a new avatar, one more appropriate to your intrepidity?One of the funny things here (almost as funny as Democommie's bizarrely comical combination of pusillanimity and pomposity) is that I don't claim to be a tough guy.Yes, I have principles, adherence to which is worth dying for--but that goes for any decent person. And yes, very high among those principles is the absolute refusal to ever submit to the serfdom of forcible citizen disarmament, but that goes for anyone who values liberty.And the avatar fits--your sage co-blogger calls me "Roy," and since he is "never wrong," my parents must be, and Roy must therefore be my name. Hence the Roy Rogers avatar.