Saturday, October 10, 2015

Shooting Down the "Myth" of Gun Control, with Truth-Telling Statistics

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"But the famous ride by Paul Revere was not to alert hunters that deer season was now open. It was to notify free men that it was time for gun owners and free men to grab their muskets and finally free themselves to fight tyranny".  That's a sentence that generates a laugh due to its obvious irony.  Yet, there are more quizzical quotes from a piece at
Which brings us to why we have a Second Amendment. No, it is not to protect the right of states to have their own militias. George Mason, called the father of the Bill of Rights, said, "What is the militia? It is the whole people. To disarm the people is the best and most effectual way to enslave them."

James Madison, called the father of the Constitution, said of tyrants, "(They were) afraid to trust the people with arms," and lauded "the advantage of being armed, which Americans possess over the people of almost every other nation."

The "historical reality of the Second Amendment's protection of the right to keep and bear arms is not that it protects the right to shoot deer," observes Judge Andrew Napolitano, a constitutional scholar and Fox News contributor. "It protects the right to shoot tyrants, and it protects the right to shoot at them effectively, thus, with the same instruments they would use upon us."

A commenter at the Youtube link for the Bill Whittle video posts the following well-known quotes:  Political power grows from the barrel of a gun  --Chairman Mao / One man with a gun can control 100 men without one  --Comrade Lenin

I simply observe that being armed, provides an obvious peace-of-mind that an individual at least has the means available for self-defense if required.  I also notice that it is not the populace of America clamoring for "Gun Control", but the obviously corrupt politicians never wasting a good crisis to bray for regular folks to surrender their Rights to self defense.  Since this makes no sense to most freedom-minded individuals, and especially to those with instincts for survival in an increasingly chaotic and violent world (highly manipulated at that from the top down), the clamorings of "politicians" and their ilk can be dismissed with righteous indignation by the hoi polloi.

The True department of "Homeland Security" is every responsible gun-carrying citizen.  They aren't rubber-gloved crotch and grandma breast-grabbing pervs or badge sporting control freaks.  They're just freedom-loving, go-to-work people who have each other's backs when the time comes to stand up for what is right.


  1. boomerangcomesbackOctober 12, 2015 at 5:43 AM

    Hmmm. No comments on this post. I guess folks are not interested in the issue of "gun control" or the onslaught against 2nd Amendment Rights. Perhaps, just too busy to discuss such matters? Pity.

  2. It was interesting watching the Demonic dabate tonight and seeing that the field are not supporting Hillary's draconian gun plans. Even Sanders wants a revolution and knows it is run from the barrel of a gun. He'd like to see Wall Street lined up against the wall. I suspect Vermonters feel the same way.

    There was nothing about the TPP during the whole spectacle, though Sanders mentioned trade agreements two or three times. CIA asset cooper (little miss mockingbird) was on his game and made sure the TPP subject never got on stage.

    Sorry to see such blatant rejection of anything truthful, but Climate-Gate getting it's due. Webb was right about China. The only thing he managed to cough up worth anything. When Hillary was asked about Snowden it was great to hear her say he broke the law and needed to be punished. After Benghazi two-step and emails and donations from enemies, you'd have thought she might have just shut up, but she's such a hypocrite and sociopath that it just does not even compute in her toxic brain. What a depressing display.