Quote of the day—Barrett

In the course of world history there have been officials that strip inalienable rights from the people that were given to all by our Creator. Most of these officials inevitably come to trial, some do not.

Intentionally violating constitutional rights by officials that have sworn to uphold them should have severe prison sentences.

With the clear vision of horrible events in history repeating itself, all manufacturers of firearms or related equipment remaining in partnership with such violators should have a respectable fear of being found with the guilty on their day of trial.

Barrett
February 20, 2013
Barrett’s Position Regarding the Assault on Liberty
[H/T to Paul Koning for his comment.

This is the firearms company Barrett.

Intentionally violating constitutional rights by officials that have sworn to uphold them does have severe prison sentences.

I look forward to the day, perhaps in Nuremberg (PA), when said officials and their collaborators are brought to justice.—Joe]

4 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Barrett

  1. If the Creator said that you have an “inalienable” right to firearms, shouldn’t he have given you the means to create them for yourself? Why blame manufacturers? They are not your servants or slaves. You have no right to tell them what to do.

    • Sure you do. It’s called “boycott”, which is a form of free speech.
      Businesses are free to ignore such input, and pay the consequences.

    • I _do_ have the means of creating my own firearms — and have.

      I also have the right and the means to pressure gun manufacturers who sell out my interests, and reward those who support them. As was done with Smith & Wesson during the 1990’s.

  2. You suck, sucketators! Guns are not your (tiny, micro) penises! You will not be castrated!

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