dcrane wrote:jpete wrote:samhill wrote:Gee, that sounds more like the right to vote as you please than a right to armed rebellion. Then again everybody can read what they want into anything, it's the ones that can't read so they take the word of some talking head the bother me. I have still heard nothing about getting a ban on all guns except from cons, maybe it's just to scare people into buying guns & driving prices up. Nah that would never work, people are way too smart to fall for that one my guess is the cost of producing guns & ammo suddenly skyrocketed & nobody is taking advantage of fear.
Clean out your ears. The talk of banning guns is all over the place.
And if you think the right to "alter of ABOLISH" the government applies only to voting, then why didn't the colonists just VOTE tro break from King George?
Oh that's right, tyrants have a history of not listening to the will of the people.
How would you suggest we ABOLISH a tyrannical government should the need arise?
I honestly don't know how you managed to stay alive this long Sam.
do you seriously believe that your stockpiles of "assault weapons" are going to protect you from the Gov. we are way beyond that my friend... times are not in the colonial era where everyone simply had a pea shooter or a bowling ball shooter! If the time ever comes when you or "we the people" need to rise up against our Gov. we ARE *censored*!!! "we aint gonna win that war no matter how many "assault" rifles we have.... common man get *censored* real!
What that type of talk sounds like. Bahhhh Baahhhh Baahhhh. I hope it never gets that far. But I will never be the sheep. I will also not be the sheepdog for the un-prepared .