To: Defiant; everyone
In the zer0 world of D.C. am not certain pitchforks would obtain a marching permit. D.C. is on edge. My thought for the reason D.C. is on edge is they know the People have figured out what D.C. is up to and realize the People know their representatives are not doing the Peoples’ business but are instead doing other nations’ business against the People. Imho, this would give D.C. plenty of reasons to go ahead and finish the People. Imho, the People are holding their own for the moment. The Senate did not pass the first step of registration of firearms. As long as this holds and the Supreme Court does not hand down a 5 - 4 decision against firearms ownership there is a reason to march but not in the fashion being proposed. Should a 5 - 4 decision be handed down in the Supreme Court against firearm ownership or should Congress enact legislation requiring firearm registration it would then be time (imho) to march with pitchforks, tar and feathers. Till then ... I pray the People will not do something stupid. We should wait till the Supreme Court or Congress does something stupid first (imho).
posted on 05/05/2013 9:49:03 AM PDT
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You are assuming that the permit mentions carrying pitchforks. All they would be doing is applying for a permit to march. Those that wanted to bring their farm implements would be no different than those who wanted to bring their wooden sticks with signs attached. I am not aware that gardening tools are illegal in DC.
posted on 05/05/2013 10:24:36 AM PDT
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