Chambering The Second ‘Shot Heard Round The World’

Courtesy of Bob Owens

The first Revolutionary War was triggered by a government attempt at gun control. It appears the second Revolutionary War may be triggered the same way.

The first Revolutionary War was triggered by an ill-advised government attempt at gun control. History suggests the second Revolutionary War may soon be triggered in much the same way.

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The blatant hypocrisy of the Colorado House Democrats is a thing to behold; standard capacity magazines created by Colorado manufacturer Magpul will not be legal in the state because the legislature says these magazines are “too dangerous” for civilians to own, but these same politicians, wanting to keep the jobs and taxes created by the company, wants Magpul to keep manufacturing these same “deadly” accessories for export to other states.

It is a dance we’re seeing play out in a number of states across the nation, where big government statists—primarily in urban areas with high levels of taxes, poverty, government dependence, and unemployment—are using the bodies of the children of Sandy Hook Elementary School as an excuse to focus on gun control instead of the economic disaster created by socialist economic destruction being waged from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, either through gross incompetence or a design towards implementing Cloward-Piven at last

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When you look at the groundwork being laid by Barack Obama’s White House, the Department of Justice, and the Department of  Homeland Security, it appears to any student of history that they are arming and reinforcing themselves to impose their will upon the nation much as the British garrison in Boston swelled to put down those “damned rebels.”

Then, as now, we speak foundationally different languages with irreconcilable world views. We are two peoples separated by a common language where terms such as “liberty,” “freedom,” “safety” and “fairness,” have become near antonyms. There can be no compromise in such circumstances.  It is sad to see that partisanship has grown so fierce in this nation, and the radical left so obsessed with abandoning both God and Country as outdated concepts of a bygone era.

If you have an ear for history, you can hear the drumbeats sounding as the did in the early 1770s or the late 1850s. A war is coming, whether we like it or not.

Search your soul. Choose your side. Prepare your ground. Do not fire unless fired upon, but if they mean war…

Tread carefully.

 

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13 Responses to Chambering The Second ‘Shot Heard Round The World’

  1. Lana B. says:

    But isn’t this exactly what he wants? Won’t we be playing into his hands by doing just that?

  2. notamobster says:

    Search your soul. Choose your side. Prepare your ground. Do not fire unless fired upon, but if they mean war…

    Tread carefully.

    By being prepared? Standing on principle? No one is advocating armed insurrection or offensive violence, here. Burying your head in the sand and wishing the bad man would go away, is not going to keep him from doing whatever it is he plans on doing. Every single day, this President seems to move further and further away from the ideals this nation was built upon. He is a public menace, and an enemy of America. Being alert and prepared is the only sensible thing to do.

    • Dennis Habern says:

      This comment was moderated by notamobster for violating the rules against calling for violence against Americans and armed rebellion.

      • notamobster says:

        I gave you a chance to argue your justification and you chose to simply make the same comment, and call for another “French revolution and all it’s violence”. That is not acceptable. You were warned, but still you persisted.

        I don’t understand the desire to incite violence coming from someone who is posting from Waldershof, Germany? Be mindful of the rabble-rousers, folks.

  3. Locke n Load says:

    Then, as now, we speak foundationally different languages with irreconcilable world views. We are two peoples separated by a common language where terms such as “liberty,” “freedom,” “safety” and “fairness,” have become near antonyms. There can be no compromise in such circumstances

    Yup.
    I can’t help but think that ratbastard is doing everything he can to force our hand.

  4. Locke n Load says:

    “If you love wealth more than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, depart from us in peace. We ask not your counsel nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you. May your chains rest lightly upon you and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.”
    – Samuel Adams

    • Doc says:

      A Beautiful & eloquently typed quote, Locke! Our president’s socialist/marxist agenda sadly becomes more clear every day.

  5. sortahwitte says:

    Lana B. and others. Please click on Courtesy of Bob Evans and read the whole thing and the comments. What is discussed is the difference between ‘playing into his hands’ and missing the chance to be able to react with strength and authority. If we wait until we aren’t playing into his hands, it will be too fuckin’ late. Those old guys that wrote the Constitution and Bill of Rights absolutely knew there would come a time when we would have to fight to keep what we have. They knew then that external forces would never be able to defeat us. However, they had seen a lifetime of turncoats, cowards and “what’s in it for me”?

    • notamobster says:

      Bob Evans is a breakfast restaurant and sausage maker. :-)

      Thanks, sorta!! I would have copied the entire article, but jacking somebody’s entire work is generally frowned upon. That’s why I link. I just assume that the reader has done their job.

  6. colomtn says:

    2nd Amendment supporters from all over the country are blowing-up the governor of Colorado’s FB page. Hunters, tourists, and potential retirees are telling the governor that if he does not veto these worthless gun bills, they will never spend another dime in Colorado. If the gun bills make it out of the senate I am hoping that Governor Hickenlooper vetoes the bills. The governor is a successful businessman and not a career politician.

    Here is the link to the governors FB page if you would care to leave a comment.

    https://www.facebook.com/JohnHickenlooper

  7. Roy Ryder says:

    I am always reluctant whenever I hear talk of people vs. government. The government is made of people. However, I must say that there is a movement afoot by people, fellow citizens, to deprive many of us the rights that we hold in the Constitution and granted by God. I will not take up arms for mere inconveniences or trivial matters, and my fight will be waged in the halls of power and my weapons will be my vote and my voice.

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