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Posted on 01/10/2013 4:58:32 PM PST by Nanomaker
Author's Note: The events related in this story are true. It is set in the real town of Hobbs, New Mexico, although some names have been changed to protect the guilty. It begins early in the morning, the day after tomorrow... Bob Stone stared at the ceiling in the darkness, the popcorn surface barely discernible in the soft glow of the porch light filtering through the bedroom curtains. He had come home angry-- just about as angry as he'd ever been-- and he knew that sleep would not come with his mind still clicking along at about ninety miles an hour. Better to try to walk it off, he thought, since I can't shoot anybody over it. At least not yet.... They were being sold out. That was the long and short of it. Oh, the Congressman put on a long face, and swore it wasn't any of HIS doing, but they were being sold out, no doubt about it. The Republicans had come up with their own gun control bill, trying to protect their left flank against Clinton-Gore in the upcoming Presidential race. From now on (and for the first time in American history), law-abiding private citizens were going to have to ask the federal government's permission to sell a firearm to another law-abiding private citizen. Not even King George the Third had been so grasping. In addition, there would be no more "high-capacity" rifle or pistol magazines imported. ("High-capacity" meant greater than ten rounds.) Domestic production had already been forbidden in the so-called "assault weapons ban." George "Dubya", the Congressman said, insisted upon it, and the Republican majority leaders in Congress were going to go along. The latest shooting of children by other children (read: "gang members") at the national Zoo in Washington, D.C. hadn't helped.
(Excerpt) Read more at keepandbeararms.com ...
Full disclaimer: I would never advocate that anyone commit vandalism, as this is against the law, and honestly, does anyone feel the politicians in Washington would be as benevolent as the were back then?
now adays one would have to scout out the scene of the crime to look for security cameras, a near impossible task. (wink wink)
Yes, security cameras are everywhere. The night time ones that use IR LEDs are utterly invisible to anyone who doesn’t have a cell phone with a low light capable camera.
Nice govt. building you have there, be a shame if someone set the trash bin on fire......