Friday, April 26, 2013

Colorado collectivist designates me "Schmuck of the Week" for my plan to go to his state and break their new tyrannical firearms laws.

Can my MSNBC invitation be far behind?

12 comments:

PK said...

I am certain that MLK, Jr. and such persons throughout earlier history were mocked in such a manner. Keep up the peaceful disobedience, and God be with you on your path my friend.

Anonymous said...

To be despised by the despicable is a compliment. Westword is a radical left publication.

Anonymous said...

Well then let's get a few thousand more well intentioned men to join you to really shake them up into a collectivist convulsion. Give them something to get Rocky Mountain High about before they just defile themselves.

mobius MOLON LABE said...

shmucky?
gun reform?

There is indeed a shmuck in the house. Apparently English is a challenge.

Fred

Molon Labe

rexxhead said...

...and a hotlink to Sipsey Street!

There is no such thing as bad publicity! ;-)

Anonymous said...

And ya think it's going to be getting easier to live in this californicated state? For now, I'm stuck. Next year's elections should be the tell. I personally don't think it can be salvaged, but will stick it out and fight through next year's elections.
Devildog
Behind enemy lines in Colorful Commierado.

Pointy End Out said...

Give 'em hell !
better yet,
BRING 'em hell !

Anonymous said...

@ PK

MLK was a communist bastard. Your parroting the liberal hive-mind BS about MLK being anything even approaching a great man is an unfortunate display of ignorance on your part. You've embarrassed yourself.
Do some reading and get a clue.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Just . . . . Wow!
After reading that collectivist statist rant, I feel 10 IQ points dumber. Better get to reading my Founding Fathers to raise it up again.

I don't see how that "schmuck" can walk, talk, and breath all at the same time. Wow (again)! What a prodigious intellect he has! (NOT!)

I see that he writes in the time honored liberal style of personal slander and libel against the person, ignoring the actions and the reasons behind the actions. Typical.

Again, let us know when the time is near, so we can make donations for the: 1-trip itself, 2-magazines for Commie-rado, and/or 3-ammo for CT.

B Woodman
III-per

Anonymous said...

Back in March 2010, Vanderboegh, whose blog is called the Sipsey Street Irregulars, came up with an unusual way to protest the prospect of a new health-care law: He argued that opponents should break the windows of legislators like Democratic Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.

She was Speaker of the House at the time.

Dutchman6 said...

My dear Anonymous. No, I did not. I urged people to break the windows of local Democrat Party headquarters and specifically DID NOT call for the breaking of congresscritters' windows because that can be construed as a federal felony whereas the other is merely local misdemeanor vandalism. You should read what I wrote, not what MSNBC and the other collectivist media INTERPRET that I wrote.

Now, in the event, congresscritters' windows WERE broken, but I did not call for it. Isn't that too bad.

CowboyDan said...

Mike, I forget how many windows were broken.

You asked for hundreds, but I doubt there were even dozens. I was willing to break glass, but not wait patiently to be arrested. I'm allergic to iron bars.

There are a lot of cameras in our downtown, and the Democratic Party offices are several floors up. There is no off-street access.

Maybe I could mark them up with paintballs or find. BB gun somewhere.

They could probably find more influential people to point fingers at, don't you think? Maybe you're more influential now, since they've given you so much publicity.