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It doesn’t get any clearer than that. Pay attention… â—„Daveâ–º

7 Responses to “Get a Gun”

  • Chris says:

    I have to put this out here. I’ll let it stand on it’s own and simply say I’m even conflicted in my position.

    • Great clip!

      I’m even conflicted in my position.

      I’m not in the least. I bristled when Judge Jeanine said it. The ‘right’ to defend oneself is a human right. Without weapons, man is at the mercy of all manner of beasts better equipped for combat, including armed human brutes. Therefore, by extension, the right to to be armed is an inalienable human right. The state, especially this one, has no right to violate human rights. Ever. Period. Full stop. If society cannot trust a man with a gun, then they can’t trust him with gasoline either. He shouldn’t be permitted to walk among us.

      Banish him; institutionalize him; incarcerate him; execute him; whatever it takes to defend ourselves from him; but we have no right to deny him the right to defend himself against aggression, if we accept his unrestrained presence. The 2nd Amendment was an entirely unnecessary afterthought, because any attempt by the state to violate the principle it enshrines, is the very essence of tyranny, whether it is written down or not. Those sheeple not willing to stand up on their hind legs and bellow in rage, at the very suggestion that a man’s right to arm himself, against the threat of tyranny, should be infringed, are pathetic serfs and/or slaves. â—„Daveâ–º

  • Chris says:

    That’s not really where I’m conflicted. Early in the good judges comments she suggested that being on a list justifies denial of a weapon. I agree in the logic but Mr Gowdy makes constitutional points. Remember who makes the list, how you get on it, and how do you get off it and at what cost. Where is the due process?

    • Those issues follow, if one accepts the premise that the state is authorized to deny someone the right of arms to begin with. I don’t. Even a convicted felon, once he has done his time, should not be denied the human right of armed self-defense. Allow the state’s nose under that tent for any reason, and those issues and more will follow. How soon before they decide someone my age is too old and potentially senile, to be trusted with a gun? Then, I would have to stockpile Molotov Cocktails for home defense. Come to think of it, one doesn’t need a permit to carry a few in one’s truck, or even a jacket pocket. 😉 â—„Daveâ–º

  • Chris says:

    You know I re read your comment and thought I may have misinterpreted where you were going. That’s why I have mixed feelings. I’m with you in principal but then it’s the fool who stands there while someone says “I’m going to shoot you” and then hands him the gun. It’s actually a manufactured catch 22.

    No molotov cocktails. Someone as old as you shouldn’t even be allowed around gasoline. 🙂

  • I saw this the day she posted it. I was going to post it but then stopped and decided not to post it.

    I do not trust the government and their lists.
    Mateen was not on a list and no doubt there are those on a list who should not be on a list.

    This is a chip chip chip that in the end leads to the end of the 2nd amendment.

    I like the Gowdey video you posted Chris Thank You!

  • This is the correct way to look at it:

    A man’s natural rights are his own, against the whole world; and any infringement of them is equally a crime, whether committed by one man, or by millions; whether committed by one man, calling himself a robber, (or by any other name indicating his true character,) or by millions, calling themselves a government. – Lysander Spooner

    …as always, Spooner was a sage. 😉 â—„Daveâ–º

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