Wednesday, May 18, 2011

CSGV (Collectivists Supporting Government Violence) denounces Kurt Hofmann and me as traitors. Oh, my! Whatever shall we do?

Kurt Hofmann over at the St. Louis Gun Rights Examiner has noticed the latest screed by the "government monopoly of violence" advocates at CSGV here.

One would think that Hofmann and Vanderboegh would appreciate the fact that our system of government allows them to threaten elected officials repeatedly with absolute impunity (right up until that critical threshold of calling for specific acts of violence against individuals). But then again, what Hofmann and Vanderboegh are doing has absolutely nothing to do with freedom or patriotism. By institutionalizing treason and making it a point of pride, the gun rights movement has demonstrated how completely out of touch it is with both our Founders and modern-day America.

I don't know how the CSGV bedwetters can mention the Founders in a sentence without choking to death on their own hypocrisy.

As Kurt observes: "If, as I fervently believe, there is as much nobility in being despised by the despicable as there is in being admired by the admirable, CSGV has honored me indeed."

Exactly. I'm proud to keep Kurt company on the enemies list of the real traitors to the Founders' Republic. Being a "traitor" to treason works for me all day long.


TotC said...

It warms the cockles of my heart that the CSGV is doing this. It shows how desperate they are. Did you hear that Twitter suspended their account? Apparently the CSGV wasn't following Wheaton's Law.

Anonymous said...

Oh, the irony. And that's a hot one.
(With a tip-o-the-hat to Spider Robinson)

B Woodman

Anonymous said...

Report their page as Hate Speech. Use their own dirty tricks against them.

Anonymous said...

Didn't they just prove who they actually are? I hear the Marxists say exactly the same things in exactly the same way, all of it lies, of course.

No doubt it's part of that non-conspiracy, conspiracy that nobody keeps hearing about...

Kurt '45superman' Hofmann said...

Thanks, Mike.

You know, just one more reason the "traitor" designation doesn't work for us is that we've never claimed to be on their side--therefore, we could never betray it.

Ah, well--they use a lot of words without, apparently, knowing what they mean.

Phelps said...

What was it that the authorities called the founders again?

Oh, right, "traitor."

Anonymous said...

dRe: Traitors
Treason is cited in the United States Constitution as "adhering to their Enemies, giving Aid and Comfort".

If one preserves, protects, and defends the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic, that would be as the Founding Fathers envisioned and would certainly have us do.

That isn't treason, that's being a rock solid citizen.

Our Bill of Rights is under attack. All except Amendment III. (so far)
It would seem that the "bed wetters" over at Collectivists Supporting Government Violence are engaged heavily in subverting the Constitution's Second Amendment.
If they were solid citizens, they would assist in helping to expose the Gunwalker scandal, rather than attacking those who have turned the lights on.
Instead, CSGV is saying, "Shut Up!".
Do they want to violate your First Amendment freedom of speech, also?

Thanks Mike.