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Monday, January 17, 2011

Bovard: Help Promote Fewer Guns – For The Feds

Jim Bovard recycles a classic from 2000.

What do you think will happen when the upcoming "speech guidelines" are violated?


Anonymous Defender said...

Brilliant and scathing, and very upsetting to the sheeple who would rather be shot in their beds than think for themselves.
The commenter reminds me of the New Jersey man interviewed after 9/11 who said his Muslim neighbors were nice and good neighbors, but later admitted they weren't really but he was afraid to say anything negative about them on camera.
And now we have almost a decade's worth of layers of new armed overseers

January 17, 2011 at 6:23 AM  
Anonymous Defender said...

Note especially the commenter's respect for the law -- even if the law is wrong, cruel, destructive, arbitrary and inhumane. It's ... the law.
The rifle you gunsmithed for us according to our specs is a fraction of an inch below the federal minimum legal length, Mr. Weaver. You're going to prison UNLESS...
You didn't show for your hearing, Mr. Weaver. Never mind that we didn't notify you the date had been moved up. You violated the law.
The Branch Davidians didn't register and pay the transfer tax on a full-auto firearm THEY DIDN'T POSSESS. A violation of the law until proven otherwise. Rather like the Frank Lawmaster home invasion (after they watched him leave), safecracking and dumping all his guns on his law, it was "ATF-- Nothing found." Only with a body count.
But today, people just don't understand why a return to constitutional government is so important that we use violent rhetoric like "If they cross this line in the sand." What's the connection? They can't complete the circuit. They really claim to not get it. It's like trying to explain water to a fish who's lived its whole life immersed in it. A really dull-witted fish totally lacking in empathy.

January 17, 2011 at 6:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The significant thing about this article are the comments after it. As a former resident of SoCal, I know that most readers of the LA Times are screaming, flaming, fed-loving "progressives". This is signifcant in that these supporters of statism will rat you off in a heartbeat should you be intemperate enough to voice a contrary, politically incorrect opinion within earshot.
Now that Tucson has happened, they are again empowered with their Messiah getting a bump in the polls and even the "conservative" talking heads such as Medved are extolling the way Barry handled the tragedy.
Get ready for the RINOS in Congress to roll over, wet themselves, and do the bandwagon thing for some serious anti-gun rights legislation. The gloves are coming off.

January 17, 2011 at 1:49 PM  
Anonymous Mark Matis said...

It's just a shame that nobody has identified those Thugs with Guns who so violated their oath of office to "...preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution..." with that raid.

The stench is overwhelming. And it smells like pig.

January 17, 2011 at 4:14 PM  
Anonymous Defender said...

A caller on Hannity said the Tucson memorial was packed with college students who had the day off and tend to be Obamanoids and got in line very early for the campaign stop, while real Tucsonans were grieving in the overflow venue in the football stadium, in the cold. LOCAL TV showed both, with a marked difference in demeanor, he said. The networks didn't see the need.


TV stations in Richmond, Va., are hinting that a local man may be a semifinalist for the Oscar. A Virginia Tech survivor who made a film about "Living For 32," maybe? About how easy it is for absolutely anyone to buya gun at a gun show. Colin Goddard of the Brady Coalition, maybe?
The new "Bowling For Columbine."
The new Leni Reifenstahl, maybe.

January 18, 2011 at 3:26 AM  
Anonymous Defender said...


Former police officer on crutches shoots man at 3 a.m. for attempting to steal dog box in yard, jumping in own truck when challenged. "My house, my property."

January 21, 2011 at 8:28 AM  

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