Tuesday, September 1, 2015

And a stupid American does the same thing.

U.S. needs a 28th Amendment
My email to him:
-----Original Message-----
From: georgemason1776@aol.com
To: cleaveland1000@comcast.net
Sent: Tue, Sep 1, 2015 9:36 am
Subject: Starting a bloody civil war seems an odd way to "prevent gun violence."
Since you don't seem to live in any real world I recognize, can you perhaps suggest what I should be smoking to duplicate your hallucinatory results, should I wish to leave this reality for your dopey Wonderland? I guess you haven't been paying attention to what has been happening since the various state laws have been passed since Sandy Hook. All of them, I repeat ALL of them, have been nullified by "I Will Not Comply" armed civil disobedience. In CT they have an 85% non-compliance rate. In New York it is estimated to be 90%, with county sheriffs in upstate threatening to arrest any state cops who come into their jurisdiction seeking to enforce the wildly misnamed SAFE Act. In CO, I have led smuggling efforts and public demonstrations flouting their law. Same goes for WA state and OR, where we have had armed marches on the capitol steps, breaking Bloomberg's laws and daring them to do anything about it. We even held a "background-check-free" arms expo/gun show in violation of the law in WA, daring the authorities to do anything about it. They did nothing. The politicians in each of these states have not sent one raid party to enforce their unconstitutional diktats. Indeed, they seem, after almost three years of such armed resistance, not to know whether to defecate or go blind. So who, you stupid, silly little collectivist cypher, are you going to get to enforce your "benevolent" tyranny? Planning on coming yourself? No. I didn't think so. But until you do, until you decide to have the courage of your so-called convictions and send men with state sanctioned violence to our doors, then kindly shut up. You're boring the rest of us with your impotent prattle. But, by all means, if it makes you feel better, go back and take another toke of whatever it is you're smoking.
Mike Vanderboegh


Anonymous said...

Have seen that expression before. Hmmm OhYea! Place a Inflatable Dummy of Jesus beside the road, and he'll leap from a Car at 60 mph.

Backwoods Engineer said...

I had to smack down another fantasizing Progdroid who dreams of registration and confiscation. We have similar approaches-- who are they going to get to enforce this?-- but nobody, NOBODY does it better than you, Mike, so I just had to link this post from mine. Salute.

prambo said...

The total lack of critical thinking, as well as the usual lies and distortions, in his moronic ramblings are truly astounding. But.....maybe not...actually, they're institutionalized psycho-babble mixed with collectivist group-speak.

Such milquetoast fantasies can only be delivered in a pumpkin-shaped golden coach with a fine team of matching unicorns in harness. Who would inform the myriad gang-bangers and psychos that they should just stop being bad little boys and girls? Only someone with a death wish.

This recent post at Politically Short seems apropos - http://politicallyshort.com/2015/08/31/racism-power-and-control/

Galaxie_Man said...

MV, please be sure and post his response, if he dares to. It will be highly entertaining I am sure.

I doubt he will respond though, because men like you and me scare a frightened little bunny like himself. He would rather hide behind his keyboard, and would not know how to react to real men of purpose and conviction.

In the meantime, we Patriots shall continue participating in The Armed Civil Disobedience of Non-Compliance.

Anonymous said...

Perfect Mike, thanx!
Some of us dont have the speaking or writting skills you have.
If i could write like you i'd be stuck at my keyboard hammering out retorts to these Stalinist dopes.

Anonymous said...

Normally I'd say Cleaveland is ripe to be on a IIIper list, but looking at him I think even the thought of anyone "out to get him" would bring his heart to a complete stop after soiling the ol' undies..

Anonymous said...

"The right of Americans to go about their lives in peace without fear of victimization by gun violence shall not be abridged."

Why have an amendment which only addresses gun violence, as if to suggest all other forms of violence are acceptable? If he's going to go this far why not word it as follows:

"The right of Americans to go about their lives in peace without fear of victimization by violence shall not be abridged."

That's better. But wait! When has mankind ever had that right? Did cavemen have it when saber-toothed tigers roamed about? No. Did the pioneers have it when they traveled the Oregon Trail? No. We never had that right, still don't have it today, and no government will ever be able to give it to us. It's unnatural in this fallen world and government will never be able to create such a utopia. Knowing we live in a violent world, man must be able to defend against violence when it rears its ugly head. Cavemen did it, so did the pioneers, and we still have that right today. No government can take that right away, it's a natural right man has always had.

Arkindole said...

Again, NOT ONE F_CKING word on the statistics.

This doofus actually implies at several points that Psychology and the other "behavioral" sciences are a real science--that is, that they can actually predict anything. They cannot. The "mental health" issue will never "prevent" anything. The run of the mill sociopath can convince the best mental health professional that s(he) is, in fact, insane. The more they strive to invade a "troubled person's" life, the more everyone's freedom will be curtailed.

Get over it. There's a normal distribution of population attributes--in everything. There are those people who reside on the left end of the distribution--for everything. As population increases, and as more people live in hives, the more that left end of the very distribution will become evident.

You want your right to have a great life? Get they hell away from crowds. Don't assume your neighbor is in the middle or right end of the distribution either.

Have an nice friggin day.

Anonymous said...

Underpants Gnomes' Scenario rel 2.0

1. Call for 28th Amendment

2. ???

3. Eliminate "gun violence"

Once again, the middle part needs some fleshing out.

Anonymous said...

I'd love to see the expression on his face after reading this. Indeed, the meter that measures the conundrum to defecate or go blind will be pegged hard right.

Anonymous said...

As Police are being targeted and killed by thugs already, I am sure letters like yours will be "classified at the time they are sent" as of the same ilk. And to a certain extent it is of the same vein, in outcome only of course....seeing as how the predicating cause remains a weeeee bit different. Regardless, these :reporters: should take particular note of the reality - The days of police being "off limits" are, in fact, over with.

I believe this is exactly WHY the whole "BLM" caricature is being fomented as it is. The plan is to see cops targeted and killed, like while pumping gas, in attempt to revive that "off limits" designation via creating sympathy for those assassinated for no more than being a cop.

The "stop the rhetoric" card is being played already. Know this - that sentiment created, containing some actual merit as it does, will eventually be used against a let just such as this one you have written, Mike. That of course is the plan. That you oppose the BLM garbage, that your position and principle stand in clear diametric opposition to it means nothing to crooked lying political tools called reporters. Take care to denote your differing position by reminding that we don't shoot first- we only shoot BACK!

As an aside, have you noticed the purely coincidental designation of BLM? Kinda skews the search results when looking to learn about Bureau of Land Management, eh? Gee, almost like THAT is on purpose, or something.

Anonymous said...

This pussy reminds me of the (DISH? DirecTV?) satellite commercials comparing (big name handsome sports star) their reception to (wussified version of same) cable TV. He looks as if you could kick sand in his mangina, and he would be used to it.
Let's have some fun and fisk a talking point:
"let us consider a 28th amendment to the Constitution: "The right of Americans to go about their lives in peace without fear of victimization by gun violence shall not be abridged."
Hmmmm. . . . ok, say we totally delete the 2A. What's to stop a the next administration from removing the REST of your now-not-so-sacrosanct rights, to include, ohhh, say, the 1st (speech, which you seem to be enjoying at the moment), the 4th (unreasonable search and seizure), the 5th (no trial without indictment, double jeopardy, testimony against self, and due process; and here's a forgotten biggie, "nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation." - Kelo decision, anyone?)

Shall I continue, asshole?
B Woodman

Josh said...

No word about the death toll caused by vehicle accidents, I wonder why.

Chiu ChunLing said...

"The right of Americans to go about their lives in peace without fear of victimization by any violence" being part of the definition of "the security of a free state" for which a generally armed and drilled populace is considered necessary, the proposed amendment seems like a bit of a redundancy.

I mean, how are you supposed to ensure that people don't live in fear of being victimized by violence other than by providing that they be sufficiently equipped and trained to defend themselves against it? Assign personal cops to follow everyone around everywhere? Once we have developed autonomous combat robots to the point where they are practical for personal use by civilians I suppose we can do that. But until you have robots to bear your arms for you, you'll just have to hump them yourselves if you don't wan to live in fear of being victimized.

Still, once they do have commercially available armed combat robots, I guess we should consider protecting them with an amendment specifying that "weapons systems capable of self-propulsion and autonomous action in defense of individual citizens (legally responsible for the actions of such systems) shall be considered as bearable arms and the rights thereto shall be considered equal with all other personal rights protected by the Constitution" or whatever.

P.S. I love checking the "I'm not a robot" box on a post about robots.

Phelps said...

The only way I can exercise my "right to be free from the fear of gun violence" is to disarm the state. I'm not worried about my neighbors.

Anonymous said...


G. Byerley

Anonymous said...

We already HAVE an amendment dealing with being free from gun violence.
It is called your own right to carry a firearm, or other suitable arms, to defend yourself.....the second amendment! Dayum, liberals really are mentally deranged.

Oh and Phelps, have you not considered the fact that sometimes your neighbors ARE the "state" and "government"?

It really is fine for government, state, whatever you want to call it/them, the answer is the balance that is created when We The People are every bit as armed with the same unfettered access to the same arms. Our goal shant be disarming any American or her government. Our goal must be FREE EXERCISE of the right to arms - for all.

Anonymous said...

I am left to wonder if anonymous realizes that there is no right to trial anywhere beyond federal prosecution....this because the contrived doctrine (dogtrain) of selective incorporation has never seen that enumerated right applied to state and local government.

Today, trials are only "allowed" by states in order to avoid people figuring out they have no right to one. Many refuse to believe me when I say this, but the only thing exposed in that disbelief is willful ignorance.

It matters not that the Constitution is clear regarding enumeration. Nine robed kings declared otherwise.....

Phelps said...

Oh, I have, but without the threat of force that comes with their "authority" I'm no longer worried about them.