They need a reminder of who they work for. The Kentucky house was ‘flipped’ and it can easily ‘flip’ back.
What’s their problem? Do they not understand that their positions are not guaranteed? Do voters not understand that if the demonscat lies its way into power again it will not hold back next time?
Do you understand that we must prevent them from gaining such power over us ever again which means utterly destroying them as they would do to Human Liberty if the opportunity was handed them?
Why aren’t we shutting down the phone lines of our legislatures and national congress and the now beige house?
After the election I noted a significant decrease in ‘conservatives’ et al on social sites. Some of the groups that last fall were packed are now essentially dead. Did they all go back to the couch, golf course and fishin’ hole as I’ve long said they do after ‘their’ candidate wins?
Will we let the paid protesters influence the morons we elect to make our laws or will we force them to send in the troops, round the commies up and ship them out of this country as should’ve been done decades ago?
Will we push Trump et al until he prosecutes all our domestic blood enemies and their evil front groups for treason as should’ve been done decades ago?:
The Senate just had its first big test on guns in the 115th Congress.
And with one exception, every single Democrat voted anti-gun.
The vote was on the confirmation of GOA ally Jeff Sessions to be U.S. Attorney General.
With the exception of West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin, the successful 52-47 vote was otherwise completely party-line, with Republicans voting for the Second Amendment, and Democrats opposing it (Sen. Sessions abstained).
FK – That’s ‘chuckie schemer,’ another piece of demonscat that should’ve been executed for treason decades ago. If only we had a nation of men.
The ‘crime’ issue is a red herring. Even if ‘gun control’ could be proven to lower crime it would still be evil.
All ‘gun control’ is propaganda designed to condition the sheeple to more ‘control’ until full civilian disarmament is achieved. Thus all gun control is an act of war. All who forward it should be arrested, tried for treason against Human Liberty and executed.
We need to Lobby Trump to pardon all who’ve been convicted of breaking any gun law and using the BATF retirement money as payment for their trouble and time lost.
Even when ‘full auto’ becomes ‘legal’ again there will still be few who will be able to afford to shoot them on a regular basis. 200 bucks is a lot of money to many now. Simple facts.
And I often drive for a living and only morons drive the exact speed limit. The avg. speed is 5-10 over. In most states you won’t get pulled over unless you’re going 12-13 mph over the posted ‘limit.’ Simple fact.
If we had a nation of men and a militia unit in every county as we should have the fed nazis wouldn’t be able to enforce their evil laws on any of us without severe retribution.
The Romans used the pointy end of the sword to great effect for hundreds of years.
At the end of the day this isn’t a ‘gun’ problem. It’s a Liberty problem. We could win the gun battle and still lose the war. Make no mistake, our enemies’ limitless arrogance will not be limited of its own accord. We will be forced to force it to end.
We must educate/indoctrinate future youth to be ‘liberty loving.’ It’s not about your favorite toy.
FK – This is childish. Voting is one tiny step in an on-going process. Most sheeple view it as their ‘civic duty’ to go support some piece of shit because of some spin they heard on a radio ad or some headline they might have read or some recommendation from some authority figure they trust.
But to say it does no good at all is a gross miss-representation, except on the prez level, where the four-year cycle of the quest for the idiot vote is really an exercise in elite control of what tool gets to occupy the now red house and do the will of those who would always rule us from behind the scenes.
As govt. is force voting is the most violent act anyone can participate in thus self-proclaimed pacifists should stay home on election day. But as history shows they have no problem sending the police and military they claim to hate to kill those who refuse to obey their statist laws.
The real fault lies with ‘the electorate’ who mindlessly refuse to pay attention and participate in the non-voting season process that involves watching what your candidate really supports and votes for and in being too cowardly to help raise, organize and train the militia force we will need to do what will be required.
So yes, I have no problem forcing the mindless herd animals to get an ‘education’ so they understand Liberty and that it’s wrong to vote for some piece of shit because it promised them a check or a job and to also force them to learn some basic military skills so they can fight for all our Liberty when its truly necessary.
There will ALWAYS be those who seek to take advantage of and gain power over the rest of us via those who are just in the game for their own interests.
Ideology won’t protect you when the hot metal flies through the air…
FK – And the trash has been lying to us for decades, to our faces, when it knows that we know its lying, and arrogantly expecting us to pretend it’s not lying, and we haven’t started, conducted and completed an extensive and thorough “Liberal”(commie) trash season?
Oh for a nation of men.
It’s hilarious that the Marxist mutt does admit it has sold more guns than probably even the klintons. If Hitlery is elected this will continue. We can only hope that one of them or maybe Sanders will do something so arrogant that finally enough will see the necessity of doing what will be required.
Here’s someone with the guts to at least say what the Second Amendment is about:
FK – I agree with Mr. Pratt and greatly respect him. The GOA far outshines the ‘No Rights that aren’t Allowed’ group. But what is a ‘drivers license’ but govt. permission to use the ‘public’ highways that we pay for and drive our own property? It’s not about safety or we’d be re-tested on a regular basis and teens probably wouldn’t be driving and anyone over 70 or so would be re-tested every couple years. It’s about the same thing gun registration, GCA ’68, CCWs and on and on are about: being able to find us if they think we owe them time or money. It’s all about their control over us, just like ‘gun control’ is about people control not about the activities of inanimate objects.
We have a long way to go.
Why doesn’t Kentucky have ‘constitutional carry’ yet? We need to get on the ball. The legislature needs a swift kick in the ass.
You are not getting both sides of this issue. Throughout the Country, those of us who are warning of the dangers of an Article V convention are marginalized, ridiculed, smeared, shut out of meetings, and barred from speaking in public forums. THIS short essay from the Principled Policy Blog describes what we face every day.
THIS article is an account by Donny Harwood, a citizen of Tennessee, describing how he was shut out of the public meeting which the Convention of States people held on October 19, 2015 at the Millennium Maxwell House Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. According to The Leaf-Chronicle, a number of Tennessee Legislators were at the meeting. A prominent Tennessee radio talk show host was also present.
And everyone at the meeting was prevented from hearing the other side of this issue.
The Left has been pushing for a convention for 50 years—ever since the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations produced the Constitution for the Newstates of America. They need a convention to get it imposed.
Several other Constitutions are already prepared and waiting for a convention.
If there is a convention, the only issues will be (1) whoseConstitution will be imposed by the Delegates; and (2) what new mode of ratification will be set forth in the new Constitution.
FK – I’ll agree to a con con only with a militia force encamped outside the front door to arrest, try and execute any commies that show up to participate.
While we cannot say that we have agreed with every vote Comer has ever made as a representative, we have found over the years of working with him in Frankfort that he is humble enough to admit when he is wrong like voting for HB 299 in 2005 that increased legislator’s pensions. For those that don’t know what Frankfort is like, it is no easy task sorting through legislation. There are some in this race that haven’t been put on the hot seat to make a good or bad vote legislatively in the mess that is Frankfort, and believe us when we say even the best legislators can make some of the worst votes. We do not expect perfection, but what we do expect is someone willing to listen and act. Comer has done this. We recall when the 10th Amendment movement was just coming into full swing, certain legislators such as Stan Lee and James Comer worked front and center on passing our bills. Unfortunately those efforts failed, but it was not for a lack of trying. Organizing discharge petitions in a democrat-controlled House resulted in at least getting hearings.
Before his race for Ag Commissioner, Comer made a very tough decision in another race: fall in line with the State GOP and Sen. Mitch McConnell to endorse the very liberal Republican candidate and former Secretary of State Trey Grayson, or back a little-known local doctor who had some radical ideas about liberty that many in the GOP were leery of. What did Comer do? He endorsed Dr. Rand Paul, now one of Kentucky’s senators and presidential hopeful.
FK – Comer will likely draw a lot of votes from ‘conservative’ democrat farmers in the fall.
FK – Those who wish to be our elected public servants should have to run a race that involves filling potholes on the way. Those who survive a week in the July sun and January cold while carrying a bucket full of asphalt and a shovel earn the privilege of being our servants.