Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Worried About Revolution?

Interesting take on the gun-grabber crowd.

...gun control zealots panic over the number of American purchasing firearms. These sad individuals seem utterly terrified that the 200+ million firearms and untold billions (if not trillions) of rounds of ammunition in civilian hands will be used against an increasingly invasive and lawbreaking government.

Ladd Everitt, communications director of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV) in particular freaked out last night when he sarcastically asked if the Obama Administration was guilty of tyranny, and I provided a dictionary definition, of the word, which is “the arbitrary or unrestrained exercise of power,” and then pointed out the undeniable fact that the Obama Administration arbitrarly ignores written law as a matter of policy, which fits that definition precisely.

A hysterical Everitt then called me a “traitor” and “insurrectionist pro-gun activist” for providing that dictionary definition, and pointing out dozens of news articles by news organizations that prove that definition fits.

These men and those like them seem desperately worried that a massive armed uprising against the federal government could be imminent, and have put a considerable amount of time into thinking about (and no doubt losing sleep over) the possibility of that happening.

What we have here is a case of projection.  Ask Steve Crowder about violence in the cause of tyranny.


Anonymous said...

Poor Steve Crowder. Poor guy. From the video I saw it looked like he was the victim of a "stand your ground" situation.

It is ignorant, delusional, or both to claim that the president's use of power is either arbitrary or unrestrained.

James Pawlak said...

In 1775 a despotic government elected to try to disarm the American People. They lost. Many of their supporters lost their lands, their homeland and their lives It appears that the Left does not learn from history. Perhaps, a more severe reminder lesson is needed.

Anonymous said...

Really? What kind of lesson did you have in mind?

I didn't know that the American REVOLUTION was about disarming anybody. Interesting take.

Grim said...

The Battles of Lexington and Concord were occasioned by an order given to General Gage by the Earl of Dartmouth to disarm the colonial militias near Boston, seizing their weapons and any supplies they might have. The resulting battle was the 'Shot Heard Round the World,' which moved colonial resistance into the field.

Not only did they not learn, five years later General Ferguson decided to attempt to disarm the colonial militias in the Carolinas. Instead of a sneak attack like Gauge had attempted, he sent word ahead that the colonials should surrender their arms and submit, or die. The resulting Battle of King's Mountain resulted in Ferguson's death and the destruction of his army, and turned the tide of the war.

Dad29 said...

Anony is ignorant of both the past and the present.

Prolly doesn't have TeeVee in mom's basement.

Anonymous said...

More bullshit fantasy from Dad29 and his brigade of squawkers. Go ahead, take up arms against the gummint, and see what happens next.

Anonymous said...

Dad, when are you going to post about Obozo seeking a third term? You're behind the curve on this...

Saint Revolution said...

12/12/2012 2:23 PM
12/12/2012 8:26 PM
12/12/2012 10:10 PM
12/13/2012 9:04 PM:

Instead of posting about third terms, why don't we just post your full name, address, telephone number, and all the other contact information and information so readily available to "in-the-know" types.

"... keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.."