Quote of the day—lzatlanta73

the way I think is let people keep their hunting rifles….there is a need for them (I don’t think there is personally) but make it illegal to own hand guns whose only purpose is to kill people. the military can keep what they want….I hate guns of any kind

lzatlanta73
July 25, 2015
Comment to Ted Nugent, Allen West call gun control questions ‘inappropriate’ in Lafayette
[Don’t ever let anyone get away with telling you that no one wants to take your guns.—Joe]

8 thoughts on “Quote of the day—lzatlanta73

    • The answer is in the quote, and it represents every gun control advocate ever.

      It’s never been about *whether* people should have guns (designed specifically for killing people). It’s always been about *who* should have them. In a top-down, command and control system (authoritarianism) obviously it is the government that should have the means to kill any citizen, and the citizen who must be disarmed.

      That is the one and only reason, motivation or purpose there ever was for restricting private gun ownership. All the talk about crime and safety is nothing but obfuscation and deception.

      Please; let’s stop pretending that we don’t understand. To the authoritarians it makes up look weak and easily manipulated, and so it encourages them. To the lovers of freedom it makes us look weak and easily distracted, and so it discourages them.

    • Weerd, lzatlanta73 has no problem with killin’ people, as long as it’s agents of the state.

      Note the line “the military can keep what they want”

  1. friends:

    my hunting rifles include an ar-15 in 6.8mm remington spc, and an ar-15 dpms gen ii in .308 winchester. my other hunting rifles include at least one colt 1911.

    i doubt i’ll give them up. let them come and take them, if they think that they can. (actually, this means if they think they can talk the hirelings into it. “they” are far too fastidious to do anything like that themselves.)

    john jay

  2. p.s. do you suppose that “they” ever think about what they are gonna do with all their “hirelings” when done with the gun grab, because, by that time, the hirelings will be well battle tested and used to killing/murdering/raping without provocation.

    do you suppose that the “hirelings” ever think about what they are gonna do with all of “them” when done with the gun grab, because, by that time, the hirelings will be the only ones with guns. did i mention battle tested and used to killing/murdering/raping without provocation. you suppose the “hirelings” might be a little testy about giving up their guns, their power?

    gun control, if implemented, is an instant route to bloody and absolute tyranny.

    do you suppose you ever think about that? do “they”?

    • Matthew Bracken’s “Enemies trilogy” is a well-crafted novel that takes that question to its logical (and frightening) conclusion.

  3. p.s.s. a tyranny in which the would be tyrants go immediately from rule to subjugation. fanciful? ask joe stalin how he did it.

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