Join a violent revolution
Start a National Petition to repeal the act
Move out the Country
Go on with my life and comply with the new law
Other - state opinion below
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Last edited by joko104; 01-17-12 at 05:36 PM.
, they aren't worth the money and since I have easy access to them I never felt the need to pay that sort of money-for example an UZI is worth about 500 dollars yet a full auto one sells for 10K. Having been counsel to a Title II manufacturer (browning HMG, vickers MGs etc) I know the law inside and out. and its not harder to buy suppressors here in ohio though some local LEO's won't sign off on them causing people to go the corporate route but in my county they are pretty easy to get and several local gunshops deal in them
and if the SHTF they are rather easy to make
Capital Punishment would definately be an effective deterrent, providing said politician wasn't suicidal or stark raving mad.
All in favor say aye___AYE!
100 million murdered in the name of equality and social justice__And this was after the revolutions.
When a crime is ignored ~ it becomes flagrant;
When a crime is rewarded ~ it becomes epidemic:
No Amnesty No Exception
I'll play a hypothetical here to the hypothetical: p = politician C = Citizen(no, the capital lettering is not an accident)
P - We need to abolish the second amendment.
C - Why?
P - For your safety.
C - What about my safety from criminals
P - Irrelevant
P - Now that we've taken care of the gun problem, on to bigger things.......
C - Such as?
P - Well, we are going green now, your television is too big, your car uses too much fuel, and your carbon footprint is too large.
C - But I like my TV, my car accomplishes my needs, and I don't agree with the movement.
P - Irrelevant. Now about your diet, you eat too much. We are engaging in a system of accountability, you are to be provided one serving of meat a week, seven servings of greens, no trans fats, and we are banning fast food.
C - That doesn't fit my diet.
P - Too bad.
C - Well, I'll vote you out.
P - Well, see, we've been having some problems implementing things. Something about a general discontent, too much protest. We've decided to declare martial law and suspend elections indefinitely so that we can establish civil control
C - You can't do that, the constitution says.....
P - About that, the second was easy enough to get rid of, now we have the guns. In fact I think you are talking a little too much. What was your name again? Noted, we will have "constituent services" out to your house at the next earliest opportunity to tune you u......er......I mean address your concerns. Have a nice day. Speaking of nice, that lot of land you have is kind of large don't you think, I could probably fit about four "disadvantaged" families in this back area right here, we'll have the paperwork done on that. See you soon.
The point of this is to provide a hypothetical that actually has happened many times in the 20th century alone. It all started with disarming the populace, and then the rest was pretty much set.
Neither side in an argument can find the truth when both make an absolute claim on it.