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10-18-2016 02:24 PM
TraderBob
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Originally Posted by JBryan314 View Post
You know, I wonder what effect it would have if every time a politician, like and AG or a Judge or some legislator did something like this, the politician was caught up with and deleted...

We all know that these types of people are going to fight us on this until they're dead. I mean, really. At any point during their life will they stop? Be logical. No they will not.
Politicians, news anchors, congress critters, and all other liars and traitors.....

yeah yeah yeah, we all know William Pierce wrote the following books, but regardless, some valid points are brought forth. The despicable SPLC calls it a blueprint for revolution. If they don't like something, i probably will...happy reading.


http://www.jrbooksonline.com/PDF_Books/Hunter.pdf

How should an honorable man confront evil?
Should he ignore it, with the excuse that it is not his responsibility?
Should he ally himself with the evil, because that’s where the “smart money” is?
Or should he take up arms against it and fight it with all his strength and without regard for the personal consequences, even though he must fight alone?


http://www.jrbooksonline.com/pdf_boo...nerdiaries.pdf
10-18-2016 11:36 AM
Ankylus
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Originally Posted by cujet View Post
Since when did a branch of government other than legislative, get to make the laws?

It's utter tyranny when the police write the rules and enforce the rules. It's also utter tyranny when the judges write the laws and condemn people for breaking said laws.
Reading the article can be quite enlightening.

The very first sentence of the article is, "Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson is seeking legislation to ban the sale of assault weapons and high-capacity magazines...."

So he's not writing rules or laws. There may be "utter tyranny" here, but its not because the AG is enforcing laws he wrote.
10-17-2016 09:17 PM
cujet Since when did a branch of government other than legislative, get to make the laws?

It's utter tyranny when the police write the rules and enforce the rules. It's also utter tyranny when the judges write the laws and condemn people for breaking said laws.
10-17-2016 05:57 PM
ajole In Greece, back when they invented democracy, they would vote every year on who the worst politician had been.

Then they would banish him for 10 years.

This, along with term limits, would make for a positive change in US politics.

After the revolution, think we can get it added to the constitution?
10-17-2016 05:21 PM
Timberline "The first one is expensive; the rest are free" - John Ross, Unintended Consequences
10-17-2016 05:12 PM
Ankylus
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Originally Posted by Pitbull_Dallas View Post
They just got their big background check legislation done and they're back for more and will never stop.
This. They never quit. And they count on us quitting. Therefore, we cannot.
10-17-2016 03:43 AM
Basic Human Unit
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Originally Posted by JBryan314 View Post
You know, I wonder what effect it would have if every time a politician, like and AG or a Judge or some legislator did something like this, the politician was caught up with and deleted...

We all know that these types of people are going to fight us on this until they're dead. I mean, really. At any point during their life will they stop? Be logical. No they will not.
Just don't shoot them. Beat them to death with something healthy; like carrots. That'll be fun and ironic.
10-17-2016 03:37 AM
JBryan314 You know, I wonder what effect it would have if every time a politician, like and AG or a Judge or some legislator did something like this, the politician was caught up with and deleted...

We all know that these types of people are going to fight us on this until they're dead. I mean, really. At any point during their life will they stop? Be logical. No they will not.
10-17-2016 03:25 AM
Basic Human Unit
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Originally Posted by Harmless Drudge View Post
The only way to win this in the long term is to buy, buy, buy.
That, and to change the narrative. Use their own tools against them. For example, I've heard ARs and AKs referred to as 'Sport-Utility Rifles'. It's a lot more accurate. If we push that description enough, maybe we can change the narrative.
10-16-2016 10:43 PM
TraderBob Well, at least they haven't banned lamp posts yet.....
10-16-2016 10:31 PM
Rockwell Torrey Constitutional? In who's opinion? Just because a crooked court renders a crooked decision, doesn't make it right.

In NY, CA and I'm sure its happened in other places, people are openly defying these laws. As they should. Silence is consent.
10-16-2016 08:02 PM
Harmless Drudge
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Originally Posted by forestdavegump View Post
We have written snail mail, called and emailed. Agreed BUY, buy, buy! Now is the time to continue to stock up. Once they ban anything its hard to get and also there is price gouging to follow, all though supposedly all in state sales of banned items will be illegal. That will mean driving to other states to get banned items. Good for the economy inter state commerce
The reason for buying exceeds that. Banning 100,000 AR-15s is easy. Banning 100,000,000 of them is a lot harder. And if there's a "buy-back," it would help if the government had to dig really deep, thus making it impractical.
10-16-2016 05:10 PM
Woodswalker Well the AG in MA. took it upon herself to ban "assault weapons" and got away with it . Despite all the calls , e-mails , letters , protests from pro 2A groups and citizen rallies at the state house .

I guess she set an example that other liberal AG pukes can follow .
10-16-2016 04:45 PM
Watchingtheweasels
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Originally Posted by Harmless Drudge View Post
The only way to win this in the long term is to buy, buy, buy.
Unfortunately, use, use, use may have to follow that if the hag is elected.

Alternately, can a border county petition to join another state (idaho)?
10-16-2016 03:09 PM
blade
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Originally Posted by Kalashnikov47 View Post
Heads up for peeps in WA...

http://komonews.com/news/local/attor...-in-wash-state

Same crap, different douche bag...
If these asshats are successful you are going to have to change your screen name to "Brown Bess musket"
10-16-2016 01:27 PM
Pitbull_Dallas I'm really getting tired of these people. They just got their big background check legislation done and they're back for more and will never stop. The ban is an infringement and therefore unconstitutional in my view. I am still of the belief that lawmakers that offer up legislation that violates constitutional rights should automatically be removed from office and banned from public service permanently.
10-16-2016 01:07 PM
forestdavegump We have written snail mail, called and emailed. Agreed BUY, buy, buy! Now is the time to continue to stock up. Once they ban anything its hard to get and also there is price gouging to follow, all though supposedly all in state sales of banned items will be illegal. That will mean driving to other states to get banned items. Good for the economy inter state commerce
09-09-2016 02:11 AM
Harmless Drudge The only way to win this in the long term is to buy, buy, buy.
09-09-2016 01:32 AM
Justme11 Write your legislators.

Sign the petition to oppose the bill:

http://www.petition2congress.com/929...-confiscation/

The bill that was introduced (A copy of the Feinstein bill).

http://apps.leg.wa.gov/documents/bil...Bills/5737.pdf
09-09-2016 01:16 AM
Hyperglo Don't comply.
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