While the diminishing of the 2nd Amendment continues, gun owners are not going to remain silent.


The average, law-abiding gun owner is tired of the endless assault on one of America’s first freedoms.

  • freeinaz

    Here’s a link to a great article against gun control. http://larrycorreia.wordpress.com/2012/12/20/an-opinion-on-gun-control/

  • Rico Mapster

    No way I’ll turn my firearms in. If they come for them…it won’t be cost free.

  • omicron123

    You take my guns, I kick your buns.

  • http://twitter.com/blogbat מרטין

    I think we should waterboard anyone who still seriously thinks taking guns will reduce crime. These people are anti-reality.

  • MaddMedic

    Reblogged this on Freedom Is Just Another Word… and commented:
    Hot lead, empty brass and that is what I will give…

  • Grandma HeadInjury

    I hope they send the same bedwetting gun haters to get those guns. Maybe they’ll keep gun owners at bay with nightsticks…or something.

    • Hiraghm

      They’ll sic their attack lawyers on us.

  • Hiraghm

    Two words for all of you:

    Waco Massacre.

    The ATF weren’t there about alcohol or tobacco…

    And we did *nothing* about it. We didn’t curb our government’s excess then, why would we now?

    Ruby Ridge

    Elian Gonzales.

    Until you all embrace the idea that it is the gov’t that has limited powers and must ask US for permission to do things, the gun grabbers WILL take your guns. First they’ll come for the “assault weapons”, then the magazines, and so on.

    The right of the individual citizen to keep and bear arms is uninfringeable. By *anybody*. NOTHING specifies just the feds in the 2nd Amendment. Concealed carry permits, open carry permits, all such “permits” are unConstitutional. They restrict who can carry firearms, when and how. Infringement out the whahooie. Teachers (using an example from another Twitchy article) don’t need anybody’s *permission* to keep and bear arms. There’s no “allowing” involved.

    In my State, the concealed/open permit is unConstitutional for another, additional reason. It costs about $400 to go through the training and get the permit. Meaning that poor people (such as myself) don’t have equal ability to exercise our 2nd Amendment rights as do others.

  • annoyinglittletwerp

    I bought my first weapon last week. Under the second amendment, I have a right to defend my family and my home against the criminal element. Yesterday I joined the NRA and the JPFO. Today I’ll be joining the Texas State Rifle Association. Me-and my gun-are ONLY a danger to to those who wish to harm me and/or mine. I WILL NOT give up that right. PS: Libs…I have Asperger’s. *looks defiant*

    • $35072932

      The purpose of the Constitution and the 2nd amendment (the right of self-defense) is as a CONSTRAINT on governmental power.

      Ask the Oppressives

      How does taking away the people’s right of self-defense protect the people?

      How would any of their proposals that punish the innocent stopped those massacres?

  • $35072932

    Americans Won’t Give Up Their Guns, Law Or Not! … J. D. Longstreet

    For the past four years gun owners across America have been planning for just such a move by the gun control crowd. They have been purchasing weapons in record numbers and they have created secret caches of both weapons and ammunition that you simply will not believe.

    Look. Trying to confiscate Americans guns will erupt in pitched firefights, gun battles, between American civilians and government law officers. The government will, as Charlton Heston famously stated, have to “pry the weapons from their cold dead hands.” Heck, the government might actually get away with a couple of such encounters before the backlash begins. But it will begin — and when it does, there will be hell to pay. In the end, it will be the end of the United States as we know it.

    I realize the words above are strong. That is intentional. I am trying to convey to gun control advocates and the Mainstream Media the seriousness of what they are doing and the indelicate manner in which the are approaching the issue. DEMANDING that an American citizen give up a constitutional right is bad enough, but demanding that he give up a constitutional right upon which his freedom and his very life may depend is the ultimate insult and is nothing less than an assault on the constitution itself. This we cannot, we will not, abide.

    A note to our national legislators. Those of you supporting gun control legislation should understand it will be a career-ending move on your part.

    So what does “molon labe” mean? Well, it is an invitation — and a challenge — all rolled into one. From the original Greek molon labe means: “Come and take ’em.”

  • http://twitter.com/WilloughbyAnnie Annie Willoughby

    If there aren’t dire consequences for attacking the Constitution of the United States, it’s amazing to me. How many pitchforks does it take to equal one gun?

  • George Washington Mclintock

    Pretty much.

  • Yotie

    No one is going to take your guns! You will be compensated for them. Whatcha gonna do, shoot some low-level 35 year old beaurocrat in the face when he comes to your door?

    • breal

      if it comes down to it