Skip to comments.Grammy Winner Steve Vaus writes and records Gun Rights Anthem, 'COME AND TAKE IT!'
Posted on 01/27/2013 2:07:25 PM PST by Main Street
Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter Steve Vaus throws down the gauntlet; writes and records gun owner's 'Anthem' for the 2nd Amendment and Gun Rights, called 'COME AND TAKE IT!'
Listen to abbreviated version here:
Full Version Here:
Brave words. What actions, so far?
I’ve got a better slogan “KEEP YOUR HANDS OFF MY ARMS”.
I wanna make a bumper sticker that says: Moron Liberal
Using he same Greek Letters, LOL
Just to mock the usless libs
Texas actions so far:
1. Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott said he will arrest any federal agent coming to Texas to take guns - will arrest him(them) as soon as they step on Texas soil.
2. There is a bill already in the Texas legislature that states federal agents will be arrested and go to prison for 5 years if they try to take our guns as that is against the US Constitution.
And are federal agents coming to take Texans’ guns? Are they threatening it? Do any of the bills before Congress by libtards call for federal agents to seize privately owned guns that have not crossed state lines except through the intermediaries of licensed dealers? When you arrest your first federal agent while he is attempting to take someone’s guns, that’s action. This sounds like posturing against a hypothetical scenario.
We should publicly set up and declare Second Amendment “sanctuary” cities and counties, publicly compare them to the sanctuary cities set up for non-enforcement of immigration law, and challenge the government to exact penalties on people there for exercising their legal Second Amendment rights, when they won’t enforce the broken immigration laws.
From the TEXAS Declaration of Independence from Mexico..
It has demanded us to deliver up our arms, which are essential to our defence, the rightful property of freemen, and formidable only to tyrannical governments.
THE RIGHTFUL PROPERTY OF FREEMEN! Even Texas understood it!
Maybe that's what Mexico thought, too. Obviously, you don't know Texas. We don't make idle threats. As Gonzales said to Mexico, “Come and take it!” when Mexico wanted their cannon. Mexico didn't get that cannon and Hussein won't get our guns - that is for damn sure.
I see you are in Israel. I believe Netanyahu when he says Israel will not allow Iran to have a nuclear bomb. I wonder if you believe him?
I know that Texas doesn’t make idle threats. But federal agents coming and confiscating guns in Texas or anywhere else is not happening. So you are making a real threat against a threat that hasn’t materialized.
Israel might very well suffer a nuclear attack, or an invasion, or another Intifada. But we are not brandishing our weapons at the skies and daring martians to come down and fight, because that’s not happening.
It seems to me that neither are federal agents coming to grab your guns. If they do, arrest them. By all means. But in the mean time, the real threat seems to be federal registration, which can be fought more effectively in the halls of Congress. If you have federal registration, then confiscation by feds becomes a real possibility. But not until.
That is the next step and Texas is not waiting until that happens to make their actions clear. We're not registering our guns with the federal government - get it? They are constitutionally our private property and the govn. has no right to know if we have one or fifty or not - get it?
Don’t wait for the “next step”. There’s no federal law at present requiring the registration. The thing to do is prevent one from passing, not refuse to obey a law that doesn’t even exist at present. That’s a nice warning and all, but not how you lobby.
You can either steal a march on Santa Anna and ambush his army in the Sierra Madre, crippling it and sending it limping back, or you can hunker down at the Alamo and wait for him to come get you. I think the former works better, even though the latter will have you dying a hero. I’d rather be a live victor and make the other sumbitches die, heroically or otherwise.
Registration bills are already filed in the US Senate and US House. Our citizens are working to defeat these bills, along with our partner, the National Rifle Assn.
Those laws are already passed by some states, like New York and Mass. They are now required to register their guns and gun owners in New York are coming together and refusing to register their guns. The governor has not decided what penalty to place on these people and has said before he would consider confiscating guns. You are naive.
You do what you will in Israel but Texas has drawn a line in the sand already so our position is known to one and all, and that's the way it is.
I think you and I are done with this.
You mess with Texas and it will mess with you back. Found that out the hard way a few years ago. Never get stuck between two groups of Texans. There is no winning scenario.
“You mess with Texas and it will mess with you back. Found that out the hard way a few years ago. Never get stuck between two groups of Texans. There is no winning scenario.”
That sounds like a story. Being between two groups of Texans, I don’t know where one would go.
It was business related. But you just have to assume going in that in the end you will get burned a little.
bump for tomorrow
Feinstein, kiss my Glock!
POTUS is hellbent (literally) on taking guns out of the hands of citizens to accomplish his marching orders from his boss, Satan. This video about how far he is willing to take this is disturbing but not socking coming from him:
POTUS is hellbent (literally) on taking guns out of the hands of citizens to accomplish his marching orders from his boss, Satan. This video about how far he is willing to take this is disturbing but not shocking coming from him:
“Registration bills are already filed in the US Senate and US House. Our citizens are working to defeat these bills, along with our partner, the National Rifle Assn.”
Good. Confiscation is the next step, so resistance on the state level is the next line of defense. Organize it mostly quietly, though. Don’t over-publicize it, or they’ll use that to spread misinformation and confuse the fight to defeat the legislation, which is where the battle is actually raging right now, and where the focus should be. That’s all I’m saying.
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