The State of the Second Amendment

HitlerWell, folks, it’s been a rough 4 months for those of us who believe in the Bill of Rights.

Ever since a crazy kid used some stolen guns to kill schoolkids a few towns from where I live, the rights of non-crazy legal gun owners have been under assault.  Of course there is no logic in attacking something besides the actual problem, but no one can accuse liberals of comprehending logic or displaying consistency.

So far, New York, Maryland, Colorado and Connecticut have rammed draconian (and unenforceable) gun laws down their citizens throats.  None of these new laws would have prevented the Sandy Hook or Aurora massacres.  None remove guns from criminals hands.  And gun companies have begun to relocate from those states to friendlier turf, damaging the economies of these blue states even more.

On the federal level, gun control has stalled and looks to be moribund thanks to the memory of 1994.  That will last until Harry Reid decides he doesn’t want to run for re-election and stabs the NRA in the back on the way out to pasture.

But we can not relax.  The gun grabbers will not stop attacking us, and as long as that is the case, we have to win every fight, and they only have to win once.  Playing by their rules is just a form of slow suicide.

Here’s an article in the American Thinker:

Gun Bill Defeat is Not Enough

It’s time to stop playing defense, and start making the gun grabbers pay a price for their actions.

I am referring to legal methods, of course.

What have you done?  What are you planning to do?  (Don’t email or comment about it; it’s a rhetorical question)

I hope you can answer those questions for yourself honestly.  And I hope the honest answer is not “nothing”.

 

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One Response to “The State of the Second Amendment”

  1. WR2A says:

    Key word: unenforceable. Nicely said, sir.

    >>Molon Labe, you anti-gun bitches. You don’t see me turning my back, do you?