Government monopoly of violence advocate Josh Horwitz (tiny head actual size).
The following day on April 20th former Alabama militia leader Mike Vanderboegh spoke at a pro-gun rally in Hartford, Connecticut. Vanderboegh gained infamy in May 2010 when he urged pro-gun activists to "break the windows" of Democratic Members of Congress who supported Obamacare. District offices across the country were vandalized, including the Tucson office of then-Congresswoman Gabby Giffords.In his Hartford speech, Vanderboegh focused not on health care, but on Connecticut's tough new gun laws, which include a ban on assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition magazines. Vanderboegh's message for those attending the rally, which was organized by the Connecticut Citizens Defense League, was, "Defy. Resist. Evade. Smuggle." Vanderboegh declared his intention to break the law by smuggling high-capacity ammunition magazines into Connecticut, cited my organization as one of his "despicable" enemies, and opined that "a civil war is staring us in the face." Most ominously, Vanderboegh stated, "When democracy turns to tyranny, the armed citizen still gets to vote."
Horwitz also went after my friend Kurt Hofmann. Kurt comments: "He's going to help me sell some more patches!" Personally, I'd just like to thank El Guapo for the free publicity. That is why I mentioned his "government monopoly of violence" collectivists in the first place. Sucker.