I don’t really do twitter, other than now having this blog connected to post a link to new posts on my twitter account. But I do read my feed of a whopping 32 other twits (sorry…couldn’t resist) that I follow on occasion.
Well today, due to the obvious solemn anniversary, the anti-freedom nutcases are flooding twitter, and I’m sure other social media, with demands that I give up my rights so they can have a false sense of security.
One point of interest came up that I brought up last year to people complaining that I and others were politicizing a tragedy. There’s incredible hypocrisy from the anti-freedom extremists that insists that we don’t politicize it. All while they merrily go on their way politicizing it themselves by demanding that legislators steal more of our liberties.
So I stand on the rooftop and declare my human, God-given right, codified in the Bill of Rights to the US Constitution:
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
There is one particular whiner, @lscotthoover that felt the conversation was getting tiresome. Tough. You or your allies demand action on a tragic anniversary and expect us to keep our mouths shut and just take it up the back end.
I have one answer.
Your move, you whiny little piss-ant.
He thought it was ‘unnecessary’, ‘insenstive,’ and ‘uncool’ that someone quoted Article 1, Section 21 of the PA constitution (their RKBA section, I presume).
Due to tyrants and their enablers using this tragedy yet again to ramp up action to put more weight on the boot already on our collective necks, it is not only necessary that we speak out on this day about our rights, but urgently required.
Anyone who thinks it is insensitive should tell the people around him begging for more control of the population, accelerating us faster toward tyranny, to shut their mouths and stop politicizing it themselves. In fact, I would gladly make a deal that I’m sure all my gunny friends will go along with. You demand that every gun control bill in every state, in every county, in every city or town, that is currently being considered the day before this anniversary next year is withdrawn, every newspaper holds off on all editorials relating the lack of more restrictions on our human right to keep and bear arms, twitter and facebook users go silent on their ‘demands’ that I give up more of my rights. You convince all parties to do that next year and they follow through, then I will keep quiet next year, too.
Otherwise, go play in traffic.
As to whether or not it is cool, contrary to what many on your side often accuse us of, we aren’t interested in being ‘cool.’ YOU may be interested in looking cool to your peers, but most of us understand that that’s primarily a gang mentality.
I will speak my mind. At all times. You do not own this day.
Stay Dangerous, My Friends.