Quote of the day—Midwest Carry Academy

In the city that was originally built to house a government derived from the consent of the governed comes a plan to distribute a constitutionally guaranteed right unto only those people whom the government deems “suitable.”  Which is, in the mayor’s opinion, no one.  Fancy that.

Midwest Carry Academy
October 29, 2014
Via email from Nick
[With all that power concentrated in one place what do you expect? Abuse of power is inevitable. Which is why the government was created with only enumerated powers. It’s long past time to trim its powers back to the proper legal limits.

The election today is projected to slow down the rush to tyranny but no one has realistic hopes of one election or even ten stopping it. Dreams of reversing it are better characterized as bloody nightmares.—Joe]


6 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Midwest Carry Academy

  1. If liberty were on the ballot, maybe an election could make a difference. I don’t see it on my current ballot.

  2. Dreams of reversing it are better characterized as bloody nightmares.

    “I have to ask, didn’t you think it was a trifle unnecessary to see the crack in the Indians bottom.”

    (Gratuitious Wayne’s World 2 reference… significance to follow…)

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  4. The way the system is now, public policy is completely disconnected from the results of elections. The extended civil service, which you may have noted is made up almost entirely of Affirmative Action hires, whose enthusiasm for the Kenyan and his party verges on the fanatical, is in charge of enforcement.

    We aren’t going to vote our way out of this.

  5. I find myself, so often, wanting to say to people (like, say, those who passed I-594 in WA) “Do you really WANT a civil war?”

    But I mostly bite my tongue, because for so many of them the reality of a situation is totally foreign to them, and so my saying this could only be understood as a threat, rather than the simple observation that it actually is.

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