Sunday, January 29, 2012

More than a little interesting.

"Seller in Columbus gun ring stages hunger strike."


Armadillo said...

This is very interesting. Also everyone should be checking into the Deming, NM gunshop owners that were arrested. It just does not sound right.
I have been seeing news out of Mexico where the citizens of Mexico have realized that the only people that have guns are the gov. and the cartel. They are wanting the right to legally own guns. I think this has come about because the U.S. armed the cartel to take away our gun rights but may have opened the door for legal gun ownership in Mexico.

W W Woodward said...

I could be wrong, but this has the stink of another "Economic Waco" to it.

When the feds cannot prove up their criminal cases they coerce a defendant into falsely pleading guilty to a "conspiracy" charge, by threatening to take everything he has and jail everybody he knows or has come into contact with over the last 40 years.

This guy may be guilty as sin, but something just doesn't smell right.


Ashrak said...

Hmmmm. New Mexico......

I have always had a gut feeling about New Mexico and that was entrenched forever with McMahon cutting off his "testimony" mid sentence, heck mid word, when that state is the one he fumbled on.

All the attention on order to keep the heat off of New Mexico.

More than a little interesting indeed!

BadCyborg said...

And I'd bet a week's pay Holder knew no more about this mess than had did about Gunwalker.

Word of the Day
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kakistocracy is derived from the Greek kakistos, the superlative of kakos (κακός) meaning bad. The word literally means "government by the worst elements of society." It can refer to any system of management controlled by the least competent, least qualified, most unreliable, or the most evil members of a society.
Kakistocracy is not used to describe governments run by persons whose primary motivation is graft---the word for that is kleptocracy. However, the two are not entirely mutually exclusive, as it is possible to be both bad and greedy. Note, I found the above at Unfortunately the moke was referring to W's administration not Soetoro's

I submit that our once proud republic has well and truly degenerated into a full blown Kakistocracy and Holder is a beta kakistocrat (the alpha lives on Pennsylvania Ave., Mordor on the Potomac).

Anonymous said...

Also remember that this is the same jail that just lost a suit and are being forced to pay $22 MILLION in restitution for false imprisonment for keeping a DUI suspect in solitary confinement without medical care for 2 one point he was forced to pull his own teeth...

Not letting him reverse his plea and recieve a jury trial is assinine and people should march on this facility adn demand his justice...

Capt Beach

1894C said...

Nothing surprises me about the "DOJ"

Don Corleone said it:
"I'm a superstitious man, and if some unlucky accident should befall him, if he should get shot in the head by a police officer, or if he should hang himself in his jail cell, or if he's struck by a bolt of lightning,...."

Anything may happen to this guy... I hope for his sake he gets enough public attention to make an accident politically inexpedient.


Anonymous said...

So when are we going to start taking hostages of fed scumbags and doing prisoner exchanges?

CowboyDan said...


You left out the good part of that speech - "then I'm going to blame some of the people in this room. And that, I do not forgive. But that aside let me say that I swear on the souls of my grandchildren that I will not be the one to break the peace that we have made here today."

JohnHastings said...

This is a rare post from me--I am actually curious to know this community's positions on a few points.

You can start the "prisoner exchanges" when you are equally qualified and experienced as the Somalian pirates. In all seriousness, do you believe that you stand a chance against Seal Team 6? If so, can you beat the 5th Army?

Finally, wouldn't hostage taking be considered a terroristic act? Do you support the United States' general policy of not negotiating with those it deems to be terrorists? Is there a contradiction here, or do I misunderstand?