If they want eternal war, well and good; we accept the issue, and will dispossess them and put our friends in their place.
— William Tecumseh Sherman
I remember a couple of years ago I was taken to task on the weekly DOWN RANGE Radio podcast because I kept referring to antigun zealots as "enemies." I was told they were simply our countrymen with different views, and I thought that argument had some merit. Luckily, I took a few deep breaths with my head between my legs and got over it.
Any and every person who wants to strip me of any fundamental right, especially those rights guaranteed by our Constitution, is not a fellow countryman with a different opinion...rather, they are blood enemies.
And our blood enemies have been busy little beavers lately, hoping to capitalize on the Aurora theater massacre. The newest proposed legislation, introduced by the reprehensible Charles Schumer and Carolyn McCarthy, seeks to:
“...make it harder for criminals to anonymously stockpile ammunition through the Internet.”That goes along with the Schumer/Lautenberg amendment to the cybersecurity bill that would ban normal capacity magazines.
I don't think either of these ridiculous pieces of...hmmmmmm....legislation have a chance of passing, but we've got to be vigilant and willing to go to all-in political war on a moment's notice. Dancing in the blood of Aurora victims gives these vile excuses of humanity their best shot in a decade of slipping through legislation. And speaking of vile excuses for a human being, beware of our "friends" like Bill O'Reilly...I've noted for a long time that O'Reilly is at his very core an antigun zealot...his call for "registration of heavy weapons" and ammunition regulation surely nail that position down.