To: Travis McGee
"There is, however, one reason to purchase at least a few more weapons: to arm thy neighbors."
Ummm. Short answer, "no." I've already been approached by neighbors who placed "Obama" campaign signs in their yards and voted for the clown. Now they're scared. Others have been merely sheeple; perfectly content to graze so long as they remained undisturbed. Both types displayed an appalling lack of judgment. The last thing I need to be doing is placing a gun in their hands. Let one of them accidentally shoot a kid, or a spouse in a fit of jealous rage, and there'll be a personal injury lawyer at my door ready to sue me for everything I've got...immediately followed by the BATFE asking a lot of questions. No thanks. Plenty of gun stores still in operation and fully stocked. I suggest they go shopping pronto. The clock is ticking, folks...
posted on 03/27/2010 10:19:10 AM PDT
(Will work for ammo)
I think he means when things REALLY go bad.
posted on 03/27/2010 10:23:33 AM PDT
(Crunchy Con - God, guns, guts, and organically grown crunchy nuts.)
To: PowderMonkey; Travis McGee
PowderMonkey makes a good point...I’d just as soon print out Travis’ fine essay and give it to the neighbor, telling them “here’s something you might mull over on your own behalf”.
posted on 03/27/2010 10:31:55 AM PDT
(It's not the Obama Administration....it's the "Obama Regime".)
I'm not talking about giving a gun to your Obamite neighbor now or anytime soon. I'm talking about buying extra guns now, to possibly lend out later after crime explodes and they have had their epiphanies.
posted on 03/27/2010 11:45:39 AM PDT
by Travis McGee
No thanks. Plenty of gun stores still in operation and fully stocked. I suggest they go shopping pronto. The clock is ticking, folks...
He's not talking about now, he's talking about after the Feces hits the rotary air mover.
When that happens, you'll take any help you can get.
posted on 03/27/2010 10:09:55 PM PDT
by El Gato
("The second amendment is the reset button of the US constitution"-Doug McKay)
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