All good points. And that is where we stand right now. Eventually, as has happened throughout history, there is a move that is too much, a policy that is too far over the line, or an event that triggers people en masse. I may not live to see that thing happen, but part of me hopes I am.
Because I am deeply disturbed and a part of me likes violence.
Here is an archived copy.
@jprdl Your logic is not wrong, but you dismiss strategy.
If gun owning Americans take up arms - against whom should they aim them?
Also, how would they organize, without being labeled "white supremacist, right wing extremists"?
Without a centralized command, communication, and control structure, it would simply be a bunch of yahoos being local warlords, and they would most certainly be picked off one by one, by government forces. The Left owns this country now and there is no going back.
Someone just posted a link the other day to this book - docs.google.com/file/d/0bzmzyuzfytg4zkf2x0pfsldkwmm/edit?pli=1
It is all speculative, but gives a lot of perspective on our current situation and the rocks and hard places we are facing.
Read through it and you will see why having guns has little to do with everything else involved.Read More
@deeplydisturbed Also man, I didn't say that it's the best song ever. But it's pretty damn good. After Two Minutes to Midnight comes the musical Losfer Words. If someone doesn't get pumped before that, it's because they drank a kilogram of plastic chip slurry the week before. I'd bet money that the alarmingly low testosterone Buzzfeed bloggers couldn't handle it. They simply don't have the vitality to resonate with it. If they did somehow overcome their initial allergy then the plastic and soy would ooze out of their pores in a violent bout of detoxification. Iron Maiden is powerful like that.
Give Black sabbath some love.