Monday, November 16, 2015

The NRA is the least of this collectivist moke's problems, he just doesn't realize it yet.

Bob Nicholson, collectivist advocate of tyranny.
"How the NRA helps arm criminals."
My reply via email directly to the constitutional scofflaw (also posted as a comment at the site, but I doubt it makes it):
-----Original Message-----
Sent: Mon, Nov 16, 2015 11:30 am
Subject: When you get what you want, the NRA will be the least of your problems.
My dear pathetic Mr. Nicholson,
Provoking a bloody civil war by insisting that the federal government take over the private sale of arms among the previously peaceable and law-abiding ("universal background checks") and making us all felons with nothing left to lose seems a strange way to reduce violence. Indeed, when you get what you want, the NRA will be the least of your problems. Currently, every law passed in the states since Sandy Hook has been nullified and negated by armed civil disobedience and non-compliance, and that has nothing to do with the perfumed princes of the NRA bureaucracy in Fairfax. Indeed, the politicians of these states don't know whether to defecate or go blind, since they are coming to the conclusion that to enforce such laws will cost them personally.
How then will you enforce your appetite for our traditional liberty, our property rights with the iron fist of state-sanctioned violence at the cost of our lives if we tell you and your state minions to go to hell at the muzzles of our rifles? Tell us now how many of our deaths is it worth to you to enforce your tyrannical will upon us? 100 thousand? A million? Ten million? And what will you do when we conclude that your attacks require not just the willingness to die for our principles, but the necessity to kill in righteous self defense of them as well? Do not extrapolate from your own moral cowardice and assume that just because you pass a law that we will all roll over and willingly submit to being slaves of the federal government. And do you suppose that we will not remember who sought our demise and that of our families by advocacy of such tyranny?
Be careful what you wish for, as the ancient Chinese proverb warns, you may get it. But if you are determined to try to sate your appetite for social control by your plan, then kindly have the courage of your convictions and accompany the first raid parties to our doors. We can then introduce you to the ironclad Law of Unintended Consequences. If not, then kindly shut up your impotent squeaking, you and your collectivist ilk are boring the rest of us.
Mike Vanderboegh
PO Box 926
Pinson, AL 35126


Anonymous said...

Another collectivist that doesn't know where the Red Line is. I hope he crosses it and finds out.

Anonymous said...

When, Mike V have you ever applied the law of unintended consequences to Islams tyranny? Why do you recognize the danger AND offer consequences, to one collectivist but not another? And heck, allow the biggest collectivist of all -Mohammed- a free pass? I gotta say - how it is you see on so clearly and stand up to it with tremendous risk to yourself - all while another more dangerous tyranny IS ALREADY KILLING your countrymen trying to usurp what belongs to them - IS SO HARD TO UNDERSTAND.

tyrants of any stripe are not killed with kindness and they do not go silently into the night when they lose a debate.

In this case, the collectivists are losing their NRA tool - see the GOA just step into "we will not comply" waters? The progs seriously FEAR fudds leaving the NRA in droves so they levy foolish attacks trying to reel fish back in, to "defend" the NRA. Pieces like this one are meant to drum up support for the gun control group that disguises itself as a gun rights group. The NRA was never one of their "worries". Losing the NRA as a whopping boy to reel in fudds, now that's their worry.

skybill said...

Hi Mike,
Does anybody have this guy's "Home Address," house number, street and city zipcode?? For sure he may as well have a Billboard in front of his house saying that an anti-gun freak lives there and is "NOT ARMED!!!!" To all the crooks in his area he's saying,"Come ad get my stuff!!
Funny how that goes!!
Time to 'Lock and Load.......OUTLAW!!!!,
PS For him to be armed would only mean that he is among everything else he is , a hypocrite.

Anonymous said...

To the proponents of MORE "common sense" gun laws, explain how "universal background checks" would be enforced, particularly without violating the 4th and 5th Amendments?

Anonymous said...

The dude is beyond stupid. So the NRA is bad for opposing legislation that deny arms for terrorists while POTUS waives laws that would deny arms to terrorists (al-queda) and uses our tax dollars to ensure they receive them.

Anonymous said...

It is interesting that these "believers in freedom" want to do the EXACT same thing that the British tried in 1775. We have all studied, I hope, about the American Revolution and Lexington and concord. But what may not have been taught is why the British went to Lexington and concord. General Thomas Gage, governor of Massachusetts, ordered troops to Lexington and concord to destroy the rebel's military stores at Concord. this was shot and Powder. I would say that this was Gun control since a gun is a very poor club with no shot and powder, bullets, to use.
so if these same people want to disarm the citizens of the USA, then they are making the same mistake that General Gage did 240 years ago. Remember how well that worked for the British....

Anonymous said...

UBCs legal under 4th & 5th Amendments by not so much "fishing expedition" enforcement as making subsequent legal transfers impossible and punitive. Buy legally, make undocumented private sale ... now that can't ever be sold "legally" again because that throws up red flags as not matching last documented owner. Doesn't _stop_ private sales, but does drive them "underground" and makes participants nervous & twitchy ... and felons.

David Codrea said...

Skybill-- He's got a gun:

Miles said...

Well, this twerp can easily be seen to be an ignoramus of the first order.
Or, just stupid.

He is under the delusion that the 2nd amendment 'granted' us something.
From that premise, deducing that he's got cottage cheese for brains is simple.