I’m not sure if you’re recognizing the meaning behind the lost em all in a boating accident phrase. It’s not an attempt to disengage from supporting the 2nd Amendment by any means.
posted on 01/16/2013 8:59:01 PM PST
Im not sure if youre recognizing the meaning behind the lost em all in a boating accident phrase. Its not an attempt to disengage from supporting the 2nd Amendment by any means.
Yes, it is, and here's why: when they come for your guns, it is not time to pretend you don't have them, it is time to USE them. Failing to do that only allows them to get their apparatus in place and terrorize your neighbors. When will you go diving for those lost guns? After the first wave of Americans are gassed in the camps? Too late.
Did our forefathers, at Lexington and Concord, simply tell the British, "We lost our guns in a canoe accident!" ?
posted on 01/17/2013 12:45:06 AM PST
I do recognize the meaning. It’s still sapping strength from the pro-gun position by feigning weakness instead of asserting confidence. We need people standing up shouting “molon labe” instead of mumbling “well I lost ‘em...”
It’s giving a little dirt and water to Xerxes, a trifling token of abject submission.
posted on 01/17/2013 6:51:04 AM PST
(End of debate. Your move.)
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