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Posted on 02/04/2013 2:33:40 PM PST by DeWalt
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Powerful words? Maybe. Just not here.
Powerful Words? I got a powerful word for ya:
Sorry, I’m a Amateur
I only count one. “WordS” implies more.
‘ol Remus at the Woodpile report is always worth a read. New posts every Tuesday. This is a long article, so here is a sample:
In addition to trashing habeas corpus and posse comitatus, in addition to authorizing warrantless searches and mandatory health insurance, Congress is considering another outrageous gun law. This one not only disregards the Second and Fifth Amendments at least, it relies heavily on ex-post facto provisions. They’re crossing the line, again. The central government is charged with defending the people’s rights and civil liberties, not to diminish them and demand the people show cause why they shouldn’t.
A right requires no justification, no demonstration of need, it merely is. The people do and should have the right to keep and bear arms of their own choosing, the same small arms police officers or light infantry have, if they wish, including fully automatic weapons. There’s no such thing as common sense infringement, or reasonable infringement. Infringement is infringement. It’s specifically forbidden.