Thursday, February 26, 2009

Obama's 2nd Amendment Assault Unfolds"A semi-automatic is a quintessential self-defense firearm owned by American citizens in this country," Wayne LaPierre, president of the National Rifle Association said. "I think it is clearly covered under Heller and it's clearly, I think, protected by the Constitution."

I don't just think, I know that semi-automatics are not only constitutional but they also pose a threat to the agenda of disarming the populace.

The Obama Administration continues to be fairly upfront in it's agenda towards the 2nd amendment. Puppet Attorney General Eric Holder says "As President Obama indicated during the campaign, there are just a few gun-related changes that we would like to make, and among them would be to reinstitute the ban on the sale of assault weapons."

First things first. High capacity semi-automatics are formidable weapons. They can make those who might want to manipulate us for their gain think twice about turning the dogs loose.

If successful on this ban, what would be next?

There's always a 'next' in the assault on our rights.

Disarming us is an important step in the plan.

As A. Peasant says, their plan is in danger;

They think that they will survive and we will perish. They think they have it all figured out. They have the money, they have the weapons, they have the media, they have the will. They want to take us all down and grind us under their boots.

Imagine their surprise when it doesn't work out. Relish that thought. Hold it in your mind and savor it, because it will come to pass. One of these days we're going to eat these pigs for supper, and they'll feed the whole world. more


  1. there are just a few gun-related changes that we would like to make

    Yes, and the captain of the Titantic only made a few course changes.

    After the 2004 gun ban went limp, I purchased an AK47 semi-automatic and stocked up on 30 and 40 round mags and lots and lots of ammo.

    And I plan on keeping my AK by any means necessary.

  2. In the late 80's, early 90's with talk of gun control increasing, the local gun shops were full of new AK's for $150-175 and SKS's for about $75.

    A bargain. There were a lot sold along with cases of surplus ammo and high capacity mags.

    The value of these weapons increased, some sold at a profit, but I thinks most are still in the hands of the original owners.

    Southern gun owners tend to keep the good stuff, just in case.