Wednesday, February 19, 2014

J.D. Tucille on the Connecticut Collectivist Conundrum.

Round Up (Tens of Thousands of) Gun Registration Scofflaws, Rants Hartford Courant Editorial Board


Anonymous said...

I'm going to borrow excerpts of this and the "open letters" at a gun-grabber, town-hall next Monday.
Flyover country III

Carl Stevenson said...

Let's see ... How did Mike put it?
"If you come to take our guns, we will kill you."
My feelings exactly.

Anonymous said...

Now that I've thought about it, I don't think Connecticut is going to do (or can do) jack shit about this. They will however let the law stand and use it to pick off - one at a time - gun owners who have contact with LE.

In other words, your house gets broken into. You can call the cops to report it, but you better bet your ass that your name will be cross checked for compliance with the assault rifle registration law. In that case you will have your house robbed twice - once by thieves in the night and once by uniformed storm troopers, in addition to jail time, fines, and lawyer expenses.
Men with mommy issues like Mike Lawlor will be more than happy to make an example out of gun owners one at a time. That way not too much outrage builds up at one time.

Your second option is to simply absorb the loss of whatever was stolen for the sake of keeping your freedoms intact. It is this choice that makes it clear that LE in modern America is sometimes more of a liability and nuisance than a service which protects. But then again, maybe it's always been that way, hasn't it?

Anonymous said...

Sheer lunacy is right on the mark.
Liberalism is indeed a mental defect.

Mr. White, Reservoir Dog Groomer said...

Do you remember Braveheart? The scene in which the evil but cunning Longshanks asked his nancy-boy son how he would deal with the outlaw and rebel leader, William Wallace? The poofy son said, "Why, I should have the local magistrate lock him up like any common brigand!"
Why does this whole scenario make me think of that??

Anonymous said...

Has anyone even thought how many people might take a vacation to Conn. say from Tex. Ok. Mich. etc. when raids start. Might be a little more than just the locals.