Absolutely well stated.JD Spydo wrote:It's a very disturbing trend going on here in the USA and a few other westernized countries>> basically they are trying to eliminate any viable way to defend yourself.
But to eliminate knife carrying you would have to ask yourself which tool is next to be eliminated? It isn't the tool itself that is the cause of any crime. Any moron with at least a double digit IQ knows that. And these sleaze bag politicians know it too
What we are seeing take place right before our eyes is that they ( the government) are taking our RIGHTS and converting them into PRIVILEDGES and then they are methodically finding sinister ways to revoke our priviledges
The SECOND AMENDMENT of the USA Constitution has granted us the RIGHT to bear arms>> it's not a priviledge it is a RIGHT for GOD sakes
It is truly like a what a great 1960's radical once said >> "Once the government/politicians also have to live by the laws they make or create then and only then will they quit making them"
These present day tyrannts are truly beyond belief
You got that right on the money,But no mater what they come up with,i will not quit carrying my knife.EarthDog wrote:"No man's life, liberty, or property are safe while the legislature is in session."
Many lame ideas are introduced as bills in the Florida legislature every year. You never can tell what those morons will come up with. It makes no difference which party is in the majority; they still come up with some doozies.
Some, they even pass!
Hi Bro, good to see you around.DAYWALKER wrote:Yo Potter,
Thanks for starting this one here...
Sitrep, check it out...on the news today:
God bless and mahalo much all!
I've seen better Wonderland logic than that..."I think they think I support it and I've made clear in the magazines and publications that have written to me that I oppose the bill and if it ever came up to a vote which I don't believe it would I would vote against it," says Sen. Les Ihara, (D) Palolo-Kaimuki.
*Bangs head on desk*The irony of it all Senator Ihara owns a pocket knife.
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