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Skip to comments.Missteps and setbacks impacting gun ban momentum as gun owners start to advance
Posted on 01/09/2013 4:15:44 PM PST by marktwain
In spite of Vice President Joe Bidens threat in this mornings gun grab task force meeting that executive actions are on the way, the legitimacy and survivability of such a move is by no means assured, as the gun ban juggernaut, reanimated following Sandy Hook, has encountered some unforeseen bumps in the road that have the potential of halting it in its tracks with no place to go that isnt blocked. Gun owners, horrified and then outraged by a full court press from the government, the Authorized Journalist media and citizen disarmament advocacy groups, are beginning to push back in a coordinated effort, and are sensing that their enemies, over-confident and unrestrained, have let their reach exceed reality, and revealed an end game thats beyond their grasp.
Fear and bewilderment at being scapegoated and punished for monstrous crimes enabled by the very people now demanding even more suicidal disarmament edicts is being replaced with anger and resolve, and theres a sense that the sound and fury is just that, and contrary to the Borg ultimatum, resistance is definitely not futile, and not only that, but that its time to go on the offensive and kick some hindquarters.
A national grassroots coalition has put Congress on notice that its combined nationwide memberships will oppose any attempt to pass gun control including, but not limited to, banning semi-automatic firearms or magazines, or requiring private gun transfers to be registered through the National Instant Check System; and repealing the Gun Free School Zones Act of 1996.
Once more at the forefront of digging out news the mainstream press with all its horses and men seem oblivious to, as they instead traipse about dispensing administration talking point memes, citizen journalist Mike Vanderboegh of Sipsey Street Irregulars has revealed in a supreme bit of irony
(Excerpt) Read more at examiner.com ...
Somebody is asking for a “million man march” that they won’t like.
Will O die soon enough to save the Republic?
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