Thursday, March 26, 2015

If we refuse to obey, it doesn't matter what the GOP and Democrats "debate."

Colorado's gun debate will likely rage on for years.
My email to the author:
Sent: Thu, Mar 26, 2015 6:02 am
Subject: Your story is beside the point -- the law is already being flouted by large numbers of armed civil disobedients.
As someone who is a leader in the national "We Will Not Comply" movement -- which ranges from Connecticut and New York to Colorado to Washington state -- and as someone who has personally broken CO's magazine law by smuggling 30-round magazines into your state, it doesn't mean a fart in the wind what the politicians "debate." We have already nullified their laws and dared them to do anything about it. And they don't know whether to defecate or go blind. Why don't you go back to those same Democrat politicians who passed the law and ask them when they intend to enforce it? And ask them what they expect will happen when they do.
Mike Vanderboegh


Anonymous said...

The body language and the look on the face of the guy behind the counter says it all: "BOOGER HOOK!"


Anonymous said...

The Second Amendment is the product of a debate settled. It is not a point of order to debate now. The only thing grabbers CAN honestly debate is bringing a point of order to REPEAL the Second to facilitate the gun control they aim to impose.

I will not concede my right to keep or my right to bear.
I will not beg for permission to exercise either and I need no permit to do either. The Second makes clear that gubmint is not empowered to "decide on a case by case basis whether a right is really worth insisting upon". Period.

SCOTUS has already admitted this point plainly.
So why don't gun owners and second amendment advocates do the same?