Many of these so-called violence-concerned public servants and erstwhile wannabes are exactly the same type of people who in 1930s Germany required Jews to wear that little yellow star, and later lined them up against a bulldozed ditch and blew their brains out. History? Maybe...but one only has to google for the Chinese Government’s latest reenactment of these same excutions.
Armed citizens get their 2nd amendment groove on.
Oak Harbor, the “big city” of Whidbey Island.
I hope they have the sense to remove that parasite from office.
For those who are in support of taking the guns, you need to ask yourself a very important question, and I am not just talking about the politicians, because if you support them, you have chosen your side.
Are you willing to die to take my guns?
One of the dress wearing turn coats, put forth a "Motion" to "Declare an Emergency" so as to change the local ordinance, and to take effect immediately.
Low and behold, after finding out that they could be successfully sued, the "Motion" passed, and the new ordinance, passed and took effect immediately.
I said aloud while in the "ante room" of the council chamber's, does the council member use any "10 dollar bills?" I'm pretty sure he doesn't want to use an object that has the picture of a person who suffered "Gun Violence." For those of the Outcome Based UN-Education, Alexander Hamilton, was shot dead by Aaron Burr, sitting 3rd Vice President of the United States, on July 11, 1804.
Shortly after 7 o'clock on the morning of July 11, 1804, [At Weehawken in New Jersey] Burr and Hamilton met on a dueling ground in New Jersey, across the Hudson River from New York. It was the exact spot where Hamilton's eldest son Philip had died in earlier duel.
Additionally, Hamilton's son, Philip, was killed in a November 23, 1801 duel with George I. Eacker, initiated after Philip and his friend Richard Price engaged in "hooliganish" behavior in Eacker's box at the Park Theatre. passed, and the new ordinance, passed and took effect immediately.