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Old 02-19-2013, 12:03 AM   #31
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How about Arizona? First to pass constitutional carry. We mean it when we say we want your business. That goes for any other firearms/accessories manufacturers.
Come to AZ there will be a ton of good guys and girls who will want to work for ya!

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Can't beat a pmag or vfg . Props to magpul . I'll pay triple their retail cost just for their support. Support those that support us

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We have plenty of space for them here in Sweet Home Alabama

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Good for them. It really will be a shame if all those people have to lose jobs because of blind fear.....

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More on Colorado, read the information on the 4 bills pasted the House by the left wing anti-Americans

http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/red-pill-blue-bill/2013/feb/17/poised-overturn-second-amendment/

As if that is not enough, more laws are coming from the senate side of the legislature.

Committee hearings were held last week and despite capacity crowds, the bills were advanced on party line votes without amendment. Opponents were not allowed to testify. One man, wearing an Oathkeepers T-shirt with the Oath of Office written on the back was ejected for wearing incendiary clothing. A county sheriff who testified against the bills said that in thirty years of his law enforcement career he had never been treated so rudely.

Hearings were rescheduled at the last minute to confound critics. The legislature has become a circus of “show trials” where the sponsors of bills orchestrate testimony in favor and minimize or outright deny testimony against. It is the tyranny of the majority that the Founders feared and sought to guard against.

Will the people of Colorado stand for the Second Amendment being trampled?

We do not give up our right to self-defense when we give government the right to protect us. The common saying is that when seconds count, the police are only minutes away. But that saying misses the bigger picture: While we rely on government to protect us from criminals, government itself can be a danger to us. History proves that governments have killed more of their own people than wars, invasions and criminals.

Even the United States is not exempt; consider the internment of Japanese-American citizens during World War Two, which liberal progressives love to point out, was a relatively mild form of the concentration camp. What progressives fail to mention is that it was the progressive Democratic administration of Franklin Roosevelt that did it.

Without arms, the citizen is helpless before the coercive power of government. That is why, when the authorities sent the regulars to seize the militia’s weapons at Lexington and Concord, it marked a line crossed ‒ a bridge, actually ‒ from which there was no return.

Now the current administrations in Denver and Washington seek to strip citizens of the right to bear arms. There is no polite way to put it: It is a brazen power play to overcome the Second Amendment under the guise of protecting us. Protecting us from whom? From the crazies among us? Who defines “crazy”?

It we allow this to happen, who will protect us from the government?

That is the real import of the Second Amendment. As Jefferson said, “The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government.”

When legislators ignore the bedrock law of the Constitution in order to make criminals of citizens, it is not the citizens who are criminals. When legislators ignore the law, they are the criminals. They do not get to define what the law is; they must work within the framework of the law. In this country, rulers govern by the consent of the governed. Anything more is the very definition of tyranny.

What is the people’s response to be?

The Declaration of Independence tells us all we need to know about dealing with unjust and tyrannical government:

“it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”

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I was really hoping Magpul would get to stay in CO, but I guess now they're ready to move. St. Louis needs a new thriving company to help save this place. I really hope they come here. Seriously.

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Although I would really love for Colt, Remington, Winchester, and MagPul to set up shop in Texas, the reality is that all the liberals who fled from the DPRC came to Texas and have infiltrated our republic so to further the Communist agenda.

Both seaboards are rife with libtards and, much to my chagrin, they've migrated south and into the interior to seek out new hosts to consume and kill. The libtards are akin to a lemming virus/plague; Once they've managed to destroy the government, economy, and educational system of whatever commune they've forced upon the citizenry, they move on to continue in their path to destruction.

There are still a few states where common sense and reason are still applied within the context of the government and educational system, but those places are now few and far between.

Unfortunately, I think that no matter where the major manufacturers set up operation, the federal government will use whatever arbitrary powers they grant themselves to impose their will on businesses.

While the libtards treat government in a Communist manner, they expect business to work in collusion with government in much the same way as the Facists did. Any business that does not support the government takeover agenda is treated as an enemy of the state or terrorist organization, whichever loaded buzz term you prefer.

That said, I heartily support starving the Communists/libtards of any and all resources to restore the republic and end the hemorrhaging of opportunity, intellectual property, and jobs for the general populace.

I have spoken to a number of Russian, Ukrainian, and Bulgarian immigrants and all of them are dismayed that America's leadership has set its people upon a path to indentured servitude to state and state run interests. I spoke to one man who was particularly distraught by the recent turn of events and he reiterated something that most of us here already know. If we give up our republic there is no where else left to make a stand.

All of the people who live in the supposedly progressive and democratic European socialist states are hopelessly enslaved to the state and they know it. That's why European and Asian immigration has been increasing in recent years. For them, even our "down" economy is preferable to what's been going on "back home".

Texas is still free, thankfully, for the time being. To all the secessionists, we need to restore America to her former glory and protect her from the ravages of tyrants of any stripe - not give up on her or leave her to the mercy of the tyrants. We have had two presidents, two wars, and a torrent of poor educational, judicial, and fiscal policy making that have done enough of that already.

Wow, really went off on my constitutional republic rant there. Anywho, I would love to see MagPul set up shop down here.

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Although I would really love for Colt, Remington, Winchester, and MagPul to set up shop in Texas, the reality is that all the liberals who fled from the DPRC came to Texas and have infiltrated our republic so to further the Communist agenda.

Both seaboards are rife with libtards and, much to my chagrin, they've migrated south and into the interior to seek out new hosts to consume and kill. The libtards are akin to a lemming virus/plague; Once they've managed to destroy the government, economy, and educational system of whatever commune they've forced upon the citizenry, they move on to continue in their path to destruction.

There are still a few states where common sense and reason are still applied within the context of the government and educational system, but those places are now few and far between.

Unfortunately, I think that no matter where the major manufacturers set up operation, the federal government will use whatever arbitrary powers they grant themselves to impose their will on businesses.

While the libtards treat government in a Communist manner, they expect business to work in collusion with government in much the same way as the Facists did. Any business that does not support the government takeover agenda is treated as an enemy of the state or terrorist organization, whichever loaded buzz term you prefer.

That said, I heartily support starving the Communists/libtards of any and all resources to restore the republic and end the hemorrhaging of opportunity, intellectual property, and jobs for the general populace.

I have spoken to a number of Russian, Ukrainian, and Bulgarian immigrants and all of them are dismayed that America's leadership has set its people upon a path to indentured servitude to state and state run interests. I spoke to one man who was particularly distraught by the recent turn of events and he reiterated something that most of us here already know. If we give up our republic there is no where else left to make a stand.

All of the people who live in the supposedly progressive and democratic European socialist states are hopelessly enslaved to the state and they know it. That's why European and Asian immigration has been increasing in recent years. For them, even our "down" economy is preferable to what's been going on "back home".

Texas is still free, thankfully, for the time being. To all the secessionists, we need to restore America to her former glory and protect her from the ravages of tyrants of any stripe - not give up on her or leave her to the mercy of the tyrants. We have had two presidents, two wars, and a torrent of poor educational, judicial, and fiscal policy making that have done enough of that already.

Wow, really went off on my constitutional republic rant there. Anywho, I would love to see MagPul set up shop down here.
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If magpul wants to live in a free and open society where people are encouraged to have firearms, they will be moving to Switzerland.

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I think more companies should make choices like this.

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