Monday, December 13, 2010

Attack of the chameleon: Convicted extortionist criticizes anti-ATF campaign and proposes instead the "magic bullet" . . .

Give the ATF a pass and concentrate on "Elect(ing) Politicians who will vote them away."

Politicians created the Sparklie with a vote, and only Politicians will kill the Sparklie. You want the ATF to go away? Do you want the premise, the real problem that is the anti-gun disposition of Government to go away? Elect Politicians who will vote them away. It really is that simple.

Right. That'll work. After all, it has worked real well up to this point. He reiterates this theme in this post.

Convicted felon Kerodin, who himself is eminently subject to ATF blackmail having also had contact with them when he was convicted on another federal firearm charge, wants us to give the ATF a pass. He doesn't mention me by name, concentrating on the straw man of the NRA, but this is part of his continuing campaign to throw grenades in the direction of Sipsey Street.

The anti-ATF campaign of the Willing Coalition of Lilliputians is designed to do many things, but when have you heard me say it is the end-all, be-all?




Reinvigorating the constitutional militia of the various states as a bulwark against tyranny.

That is my program.

Causing disorder within, and checking the basest impulses of, the single agency most likely to initiate civil war in order that we have the time to achieve that program is my goal. It is not a waste of time.

The cold war proceeds on many fronts, and "Kerodin" (not his real name) is, in my estimation, merely flying a false flag and working subtly for other masters. He claims to be a Three Percenter. He is, in fact, a One Percenter.


PS: I note this morning that Kerodin has removed his screed against me and put up some fluff about wishing me well at the hearing today when he originally criticized me loudly and long for not dying in the street for my principles. What has changed? Only the chameleon shades of Kerodin. It WILL change again, in whatever hue his masters decree.


Defender said...

I didn't even bother to comment on Kerodin's piece. In the 7th congressional district of Virginia, 48% of voters wanted to keep Eric "Patriot Act, No Guns in DC" Cantor, and 43% wanted the democrat who tried to pretend h wasn't one. Seven percent voted Tea Party and true freedom.
So yeah, that'll work.
He has some very good ideas, but he seems to enjoy fantasy stories as much as I do.

Thoughts and prayers, Mr. Vanderboegh. We know you're one of the good guys.

Mark Matis said...

Wishing you well in your hearing today. Not that I expect anything good to come of it, with this country's "Legal" system the mockery that it has become.

ScottJ said...

Wonder why his masters want to make this a single-front fight?

illspirit said...

So all we have to do is keep voting for alternating members of the Republicrat machine in a system which is thoroughly broken, and everything will be alright? Wow, what a great idea! I'm sure it's not Quixotic at all to think we'll be able to vote out people like Schumer either!!11!

But, seriously, if we're cats chasing a laser pointer, this guy is a dog chasing his own tail.

Anonymous said...

We're praying for you up here Mike.
III in Defiance

Anonymous said...

What's the hearing about Mike?