Concerning The Upcoming Attack On The 2nd Amendment....

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  1. kyredneck

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    OUCH! :laugh:
     
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    I believe it is the same in Switzerland!
     
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    I just might move there before it's all over here. They just ran the Bilderbergers out of their country. At least somebody on this planet still protects their national sovereignty against the globalist vultures.
     
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    Now I know that the LORD saves His anointed; He will answer him from His holy heaven with the saving strength of His right hand. Some trust in chariots, and some in horses; but we will remember the name of the LORD our God. They have bowed down and fallen; but we have risen and stand upright. Save, LORD! May the King answer us when we call.

    For those who say such things declare plainly that they seek a homeland. And truly if they had called to mind that country from which they had come out, they would have had opportunity to return. But now they desire a better, that is, a heavenly country. Therefore God is not ashamed to be called their God, for He has prepared a city for them.

    My home isn't here anyway.
     
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    From the article-

    "The gun-control push is just one part of an ambitious political agenda that Obama has pledged to pursue after his decisive reelection victory in November, including comprehensive immigration reform, climate-change legislation and long-term deficit reduction. Obama also faces a reshuffling of his Cabinet, and a looming debate over the nation’s debt ceiling that will compete for his time and attention in the coming months."

    "Obama’s advisers have calculated that the longer they wait, the more distance there is from the Newtown massacre and the greater the risk that the bipartisan political will to tackle gun violence will dissipate.“This is not something that I will be putting off,” Obama said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” in an interview broadcast last Sunday.
    At the White House meeting, Stanek said, “the vice president indicated that there was a very short timeline for him to get back to the president with his recommendations because the American public has a short memory.”
    Already, three weeks after the Newtown shooting, gun-control advocates are growing impatient with a legislative process that is just beginning.
    “As we get involved in these ad nauseam debates over the Second Amendment, our children are still at risk,” said Jon Adler, national president of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association. “Debating is not the action verb we need to protect our children.”"


    Looks like they are prepping to ram another dozen unread bills down our throats.
     
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    They are not going to get what they want on guns.
     
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    Yea, the firearms industry is making a killing these days, eh? Same exact thing occurred early 90s, I'm still well stocked with guns & ammo from my reactions back then. My younger brother owns a tool & die/machine shop business and he's swamped with AR-15 parts work from a local forearms company.

    Thanks Tom, this explains what my older brother in from SC over Christmas was trying to tell me how Obama was going to circumvent the legislative process and do anything/everything he could with the pen to enforce stricter gun control measures.

    I can't help but think there would still be significant political backlash come 2015 from such 'executive' measures. A 'backlash' is what happened in 1994, but of course that was twenty years ago and like the article says, "...the American public has a short memory.” There may not be as severe voter reaction as I think.
     
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    You just gave me an idea! I'm going to add bricks to my list of things to hoard. They might be worth a whole lot more after guns are banned. Particularly to the people who wanted them banned when they finally figure out that the government and police are unable to keep them safe.

    They're going to be needing something to defend themselves with too.
     
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    Hoard hammers. I read there were more murders with hammers than with firearms.

    Heh. I'm still hoarding light bulbs from the incandescent light bulb ban.
     
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    I believe if the truth be known clubs in one form or another has always been the most common weapon, after that would be a shank of some kind I think.

    You know with a simple hammer holster that carpenters wear on their belts one could probably walk around armed with a claw hammer everywhere they went, even WalMart.
     
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    Maybe we should add pitch forks to the list. You always see the hunched over peasants in the movies going after the heavily armed elites cowering behind castle walls that robbed and disarmed them with pitch forks and, what else were they carrying? Rakes and sickles.

    Yeah rakes and sickles. They'll be in demand I reckon!

    Better save these vids before they get scrubbed from the internet.
     
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    Israel rejects NRA claim that Jewish state proves U.S. needs more guns

    "JERUSALEM—Israel’s policy on issuing guns is restrictive, and armed guards at its schools are meant to stop terrorists, not crazed or disgruntled gunmen, experts said Monday, rejecting claims by America’s top gun lobby that Israel serves as proof for its philosophy that the U.S. needs more weapons, not fewer."

    "Far from the image of a heavily armed population where ordinary people have their own arsenals to repel attackers, Israel allows its people to acquire firearms only if they can prove their professions or places of residence put them in danger. The country relies on its security services, not armed citizens, to prevent terror attacks."

    "Though military service in Israel is compulsory, routine familiarity with weapons does not carry over into civilian life. Israel has far fewer private weapons per capita than the U.S......"
     
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    Why Are American Jews So Anti-Gun?

    "I also never saw the wisdom in going out of my way to avoid protecting myself. Most of my fellow American Jews, though, have been doing just that — and what’s more, fighting to prevent others from arming themselves...."

    "...American Jews are overwhelmingly in favor of gun bans, and are disproportionately represented in the leadership positions of the movement to ban private ownership of firearms."


    A Dire Warning to American Jews Supporting Gun Control
    by Rabbi Dovid Bendory, Rabbinic Director.

    "Many American Jews don’t know it, but America actually provides freer access to firearms ownership than Israel provides to its citizenry. By and large, an Israeli cannot own or carry a firearm unless he or she is now, or once was, a member of the Israeli military, and handguns are further restricted."

    "...why do so many Jews who have achieved political prominence – Chuck Schumer, Michael Bloomberg, and others – obsessively seek to force an unarmed victimhood mentality upon everyone else?"

    "...well meaning Gentiles continue to ask: “Why do powerful Jews like George Soros, Senator Charles Schumer, Senators Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and an army of other Jewish anti-gun advocates do what they are doing?
     
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    Yet another anti-Semitic post.
     
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    Step up and substantiate your cheap smear.

    What is hateful about it? Pinpoint it.

    Are you calling the Jewish authors anti-semites also?

    SN presented the myth that Isreal/Jews are well armed and pro gun. I dispeled that myth, filling the vacuum using Jewish sources. It's yet another false presumption/supposition.
     
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