Tuesday, January 27, 2015

If you read nothing else today, read this: "Why the Washington State Gun Rights Fight is YOUR Fight."

This fight may be happening in Washington State, but it is not our fight. It is yours. We fight for Connecticut, for Arizona, for New Mexico and New York and California, and every other state currently targeted by gun grabbers and unconstitutional legislation. This is the fight of the American people. Michael Bloomberg and his ilk laid their foundation here in Washington, thinking that we were weak. I-594 may have passed here due to the apathy and misinformation of voters (including some gun owners), but the patriots here are not weak. If he and his friends—and the Washington State Legislators—think that we will lie down and accept our rights being taken from us…they are wrong. American patriots are armed…and we will remain armed. We will stand.


Anonymous said...

A little play on words;

First they came for the machine guns, and I did not speak out—
Because I did not own a machine gun.

Then they came for the guns of those they deem unworthy, and I did not speak out—
Because I thought I was worthy.

Then they came for the guns of those who dared to protest against them.
I did not speak out-
Because I did not protest against them.

Then they came for my guns—and there was no one left to speak for me.

Death before slavery!

Comrade X

Anonymous said...

News update;


Anonymous said...

Libertards mostly live in cities.

The countryside surounds them, providing food and the supply routes cross through that territory.

Blockade. Deny. Starve. Drive out.

A simple straight forward concept?


Paul X said...

That article brought back memories of a high school civics lecture. Of course it is all nonsense, other than the observation that we have a fight on our hands.

In Oregon, any initiative that went against the rulers' proclivities was immediately sent to the Supreme Court to be eviscerated, while one like Bloomberg's, that trashed liberty, never suffers the same fate. This was true even of initiatives that altered the state constitution. How can a measure that alters the constitution, passed in a way endorsed by that same constitution, possibly be considered unconstitutional?

Easy. The system is their system, not our system. That is the answer. The high school civics view is an incorrect representation of reality.

Anonymous said...

January 27, 2015 at 1:25 PM

Just remember....There is only a 3 day supply of toilet paper in stores.
Cut off the deliveries from the warehouses and the SHTF.
Take out the TP production and woe is us.