Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Free advertising for the Pelham event from the Montgomery Advertiser. Wait 'til they get a load of my speech.

The Monky Advertiser sez: "Time for straight shooting on gun laws." I agree, but perhaps not quite in the same way they mean.
My comment at the editorial:
I trust the Advertiser will send a reporter to the Pelham event and have him stick around for my speech at 4PM. I will be talking on the subject of the national armed civil disobedience movement that is evident in states such as CT, CO, NY, MD, TX and now, thanks to Michael Bloomberg, in Washington state. It is a given in American jurisprudence that an unconstitutional law is null and void. The trick is how do we maintain our rights when all the branches of government in a given state -- the legislative, judicial and executive backed up by their willing handmaidens in the press (try looking in a mirror) -- are in the hands of people whom the Founders would deem "domestic enemies of the Constitution."
The residents of the aforementioned states have answered that question by refusing to comply and daring the "authorities" to do anything about it. And the politicians don't know whether to defecate or go blind. So they have passed laws they dare not enforce upon armed people who will not comply. This is as dangerous as it gets. Just ask the ghost of British General Thomas Gage.
Mike Vanderboegh, PO Box 926, Pinson, AL 35126


Anonymous said...

I will not comply has a whole new meaning when you say it while armed!

Death before slavery!

Comrade X

Anonymous said...

Another stupid article about "sensible" gun laws. First of all, the gun death rate... I am willing to bet that the AL gun death rate, assumming it is in fact accurate (the CDC wouldn't lie right??) probably includes suicides by firearms and self defense shootings. I bet that if a gun was found at the scene of the crime, they are counting it as a firearm related death even if the person might not have died by a gun.

The motor vehicle death rate in AL was like 17.9 per 100,000 people in 2012 while the gun death rate was 17.7 per 100,000. Granted, I thought the car death rate was higher, and I am sure that doesn't include people whose lives are permanetly messed up by vehicle accidents (paralyzed, etc.). However, no one wants to have a "sensible" dicussion about our cars. No one in liberal intelligensea is advocating a return to non vehicle Amish lifestyles lest another teen die in his or her new car.

Anonymous said...

"No one disputes the right of Alabama residents to own guns for hunting, recreation or to protect themselves and their families."

Yeah Right ... as long as it in NOT loaded!

Surely such Editors should not be allowed to have lead in their pencils ...