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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Some patriotic food for thought.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gun View Post
    Also interesting, and never given much thought, how many of us would be felons in other states by the firearms we possess.

    Point is, why are we felons, period!
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    Cause white people are awesome. Happy now......LOL.

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    Default Re: Some patriotic food for thought.

    Won't be much longer when watching videos such as this will be considered radicalization.....if it already is not.

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    Default Re: Some patriotic food for thought.

    Nice vid, but unfortunately preaching to the Poofer choir.
    They call me "Simple Jack".

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    Default Re: Some patriotic food for thought.

    When will we do something? Probably soon after most of us start to feel the bite. Right now, only a few see the bite coming, even fewer can actually feel the teeth against their skin. But, shortly after we watch a family member, or several friends/neighbors getting mauled, THEN, we will rise up. That is good and bad!
    Good because we should all by that point be fully aware of the problem and the solution. Right now, very few see a problem. Sure, they see some things they don’t like, but it really isn’t THEIR problem: bump stocks, gun control, eminent domain, illegal immigration- these things affect us all, but very few are feeling the effects. YET.
    Bad because it will, when it finally happens, make the Civil War look like a Sunday School picnic. It won’t be fought in Gettysburg, and Appamatox, and Richmond. No, it will be fought on Woodland Dr, at the corner of Henry and County Line, Main St, and Evergreen Ave, in the aisles at Acme, Kroger, and Pep Boys. Disease and pestilence and financial ruin will follow. Rest assured, the rest of the world will be only so happy to rush in and fan the flames, and rob and pillage our once great Nation.
    Yeah, we better get to it sooner than later. I’m 59, I might not make it to 65, or I might make it to 110. My family members routinely make the ‘centurymark’. I’m old enough to be thinking, “ yes, I served, but did I really contribute all I could to kill communism? Could I have done more? I never got that all-important knife kill. I recall guys who did. We all looked up to them. How would my family and friends remember me if I finished this race by removing a few communists heads? Would I be a hero, or a nutcase?
    I’m not saying I plan to do it. I’m saying, we need the other side thinking that, guns or no guns, we are tired of being fucked with, and they better knock it off. While we aren’t actively seeking targets, there exists the category of ‘targets of opportunity’.
    Eyes open, heads on swivels, blades sharpened, lock and load! It is coming!

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    Default Re: Some patriotic food for thought.

    Quote Originally Posted by ItchyTick View Post
    Nice vid, but unfortunately preaching to the Poofer choir.
    Then share it with someone who's not a member of this site and lets face it while the everyday faces on this site might not need it there are hundreds of casual gun owners who signed up or just browse the board without interaction.
    Last edited by Hodgie; January 13th, 2019 at 06:22 PM.

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    Default Re: Some patriotic food for thought.

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinHEMI View Post
    Wow this was fantastic.
    Yes..Watched it twice.

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