I would like to hear your thoughts on this.

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by GaryE, Feb 20, 2012.

  1. GaryE

    GaryE New Member

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    Like most people I know of we are all sick of this Obama Administration. There are always articles letting us know what Obama is doing behind closed doors to try and disarm our nation and shred our Constitution. I personally feel that Obama is extremely ignorant and feels that he is a king and we are his peasants who have to obey him. Within the next nine months should he pull off something big be it Martial Law and try to outlaw our right to bear arms are most people out there like myself ready to fight in whatever way necessary to stop the socialist attempt to disarm America. Do you feel as I do that there is a time coming soon that we may have to enact our right to form militia's to bring back the nation our founders created for us? I can see the slow chipping process being taken to take away our rights by the Obama Administration. What do you see happening in the near future?
     
  2. danf_fl

    danf_fl Retired Supporter

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    What do I see happening in the near future? More firearms and ammo will be sold.
     

  3. silverado113

    silverado113 New Member

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    He has been the greatest gun dealing Prez of all time. I'm just hoping we don't have another four years of his administration. I'm afraid though with as many uniformed voters and the fraud that is out there we will.
     
  4. Mason609

    Mason609 New Member

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    Please tell me that you don't actually mean this? Uniformed voters? As in the military? Or did you forget to add another "n"?
     
  5. silverado113

    silverado113 New Member

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    Uninformed my bad haven't had enough coffee yet!
     
  6. Mason609

    Mason609 New Member

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    That's what I thought, I just wanted to be sure. Until recently, I was uniformed....

    And I know all too well about not having enough coffee.. :D
     
  7. bubbatony

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    JMHO, But....I see a vigorous gun and ammo market until we can't. I see a renewed interest in grass roots organizations; Tea Party, Militias, Voter Rights groups, Constitutionalists, Survivalists, etc. I see political activists becoming more vocal and some of the sheep waking up. Will it be enough? Time will tell. One place I won't see will be the gulag, sorry, I ain't going. And yes Sir, join the GOFFA, NRA, just do SOMETHING.
     
  8. Mongo

    Mongo Active Member Supporter

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    Obama

    If Obama issues an unconstitutional order, any law enforcement officer that follows such an order becomes a criminal at that point.

    I was one of those that was never going to own a plastic pistol. When that idiot shot the congress woman and those other folks in Tuscon and I hear the Glock and 33 round mag being blamed, I bought one the next day.
     
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  9. Scratchammo

    Scratchammo New Member

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    I think that prick had a bad experience with a Red Ryder or something. The "2009 Firearm Salesman of the Year" is our way of spitting in his progressive face.
     
  10. bkt

    bkt New Member

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    The posts above are right - since Obama ascended to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, the gun industry has enjoyed the highest growth of all time. But that wasn't Obama's intent.

    Obama is not ignorant. He knows exactly what he's doing; he makes very few mistakes. Yes, he would like the populace disarmed, but that's just a means to an end: you can't bring about the sort of government tyranny and wealth/property control he wants when the people are armed.

    There are any number of excuses he could use to bring some force to bear unconstitutionally against the people. Maybe it's an economic collapse, maybe it's war, maybe it's a terror attack, maybe it's a natural disaster or maybe it's something we haven't thought of yet. But when the opportunity presents itself, expect that he will jump on it.
     
  11. silverado113

    silverado113 New Member

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    Me too. I was retired last June, but I still need my 3 pots of coffee in the morning :D
     
  12. Scratchammo

    Scratchammo New Member

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    I'd have to respectfully disagree, I think he's a reckless fool. He's put so much foolishness on the table only to hide when it backfires. The fact that nobody challenges him is mind boggling. I think his teleprompter is the one wearing the pants.
     
  13. bkt

    bkt New Member

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    He is obviously not a stupid man. He is surrounded by plenty of people and not all of them have a room-temperature IQ. His excuses are one thing. But his repeated actions, misconstrued as "mistakes" are deliberate.

    He IS actively working to destroy the economy of this nation. He is actively working to make as many people as possible dependent on the government. At first glance, this might seem to be contradictory: how can you support people with a debased currency? You can't.

    Plenty of people challenge him, but the media deliberately ignore those people so most folks never hear about their challenges.

    So what happens when we fall apart economically and so many citizens are dependent on the government? Take a look at what happened in other countries when that happened. It isn't pretty.
     
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  14. dewey

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    I am torn on his intelligence. I dont feel he has a clue as how to be productive. He is less qualified to make business decisions than any person on this forum. I think he is very adept at controling and or destroying something that a productive person has already built up.
    I guess what I am saying is; he is good at what he does.
     
  15. bkt

    bkt New Member

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    If you look at what he stands for and believes in completely - a collectivist society run by a very big, very controlling government - everything he has done makes sense. He is not trying to push free-market capitalism, so everything he has done is directly opposed to that objective. It is certainly reasonable to give him the benefit of the doubt and assume the guy is an idiot. But he's not.
     
  16. JTJ

    JTJ Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I am with bkt on this. He is not stupid and is probably the best conman in the world. How he has been able to hide his past and get that phony birth certificate through is nothing short of genius. He has so many peoples careers dependent on him that they will do anything to protect him. If the truth were to come out most of the Democratic hierarchy would be charged with treason.
     
  17. Scratchammo

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    I see your point. What's equally bad is the blind followers, so blind all they see is black, him being black. Younger people are into politics more now than ever. One side gets is in awe that he's not white & the other side is in awe at how bad things have become. This is an example of how screwed up his followers are: http://obamamessiah.blogspot.com/
     
  18. bkt

    bkt New Member

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    Exactly. The problem isn't the evil politicians. They can be overcome. The problem is the idiot voters who put them in power.
     
  19. canebrake

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    How many of you remember this?

    As far as following orders of force against the populace; can you say "Kent State?"

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    Tin soldiers and Nixon coming,
    We're finally on our own.
    This summer I hear the drumming,
    Four dead in Ohio.

    Gotta get down to it
    Soldiers are gunning us down
    Should have been done long ago.
    What if you knew her
    And found her dead on the ground
    How can you run when you know?​


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    Gotta get down to it
    Soldiers are gunning us down
    Should have been done long ago.
    What if you knew her
    And found her dead on the ground
    How can you run when you know?

    Tin soldiers and Nixon coming,
    We're finally on our own.
    This summer I hear the drumming,
    Four dead in Ohio.​


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    It happened during the last year I was in the Navy. I was on patrol when we got the word. I lived 15 miles from the Kent Campus. If it had happened in the spring of '71, I may have been there!

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  20. GaryE

    GaryE New Member

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    Yes they will be criminals and there will be a small portion of them who do just that. A survey not long ago shown that 75% of those in the military stated they will not obey orders to attack the public. 25% said they would. I would say that it is a similar situation with other government agencies. Particularly Homeland Security and the ATF. From what I read Homeland Security is the dumping ground of those who failed to be accepted in other government agencies such as the FBI, etc. When you have a organization consisting of those who failed to qualify other departments you have and agency of potential crime and lawlessness.