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Mar 9, 2005
way down yonder
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a Bald Cypress said:
There is no problem with our Constitution.
Dang. I musta typed somethin' wrong fer ya ta think that I have a problem with our Constitution. I like ta read what the fellas who wrote it had ta allow bout why they wrote it the way they did. It iz the best our planet come up with so far.


Government, even in its best state is but a necessary evil; in its worst state, and intolerable one. Thomas Paine


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May 24, 2008
lakside village, texas
In the book Children of the Flames, Auschwitz survivor Menashe Lorinczi recounts what happened when the Soviet army liberated the camp: the Russians disarmed the SS guards. Then, two emaciated Jewish inmates, now armed with guns taken from the SS, systematically exacted their revenge on a large formation of SS men. The disarmed SS passively accepted their fate. After Lorinczi moved to Israel, he was often asked by other Israelis why the Jews had not fought back against the Germans. He replied that many Jews did fight. He then recalled the sudden change in the behavior of the Jews and the Germans at Auschwitz, once the Russian army's new "gun control" policy changed who had the guns there: "And today, when I am asked that question, I tell people it doesn't matter whether you're Hungarian, Polish, Jewish, or German: If you don't have a gun, you have nothing."


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Remember, not so long ago, during the clinton years, there was trouble in Kosovo. I watched on the evening news, as a farm tractor, driven by a woman, pulling a wagon, full of women, stopped by the news crew.

The one woman in the group who spoke engllish said, "Two men with guns came to our village and took away all the boys and men and we never saw them again. Then they told us to leave our village."

Two men with guns? Just TWO??

Try that in Kanas or Georgia or most other places. Except for the Sesame Street Generation i'd think that SOMEONE would get their 12 ga out of the closet and fight back. Hopefully.....


Tom @ Buzzard Bluff

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Aug 25, 2003
Ozarks of N. Central Arkansas
<Try that in Kansas or Georgia or most other places. Except for the Sesame Street Generation i'd think that SOMEONE would get their 12 ga out of the closet and fight back. Hopefully..... >

I'm not so sure about that any more Piper. :( Oh, perhaps a few geezers such as those on this board might do so, but we should bear in mind that we are very much a minority. The programmed automatons of the 'Sesame Street Generation' outnumber us. What I AM sure of is that the 'Sesame Street Generation' will be cheerfully complicit in ratting out gun owners when the government finally feels powerful enough to make the grab. For reference just look to the Soviet Union & National Socialist era Germany where state schooled children turned family members in to state authorities for 'crimes against the state'. Then review in your mind how long the government has been in charge of education in the US.
Around the globe academia has always been the refuge of Marxist/Leninists and that has been very much the case in this country. Can there be any surprise that academic thought has entered our teaching system? Or that Lenins' thoughts are being executed in our society through the school system?

"Give me your four year olds and in a generation I will build a socialist State."---Lenin

"Destroy the family, and the society will collapse." ---Lenin

But perhaps Stalin stated the idea best: "Ideas are far more powerful than guns. We don't allow our enemies to have guns, why should we allow them to have ideas? "

With almost 2 generations having been turned out by public shools ran by Marxist/Leninist followers my confidence level about the American people having the will to do anything other than follow orders is at a low ebb indeed. At this point I see no hope unless a charismatic leader steps forward to arouse the American people to anger about what has been done to them by a rogue federal government. And we know how well that worked out in 30s era Germany.

I'll close with an observation from he who has been called the Father of our country:
"How soon we forget history. Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. A government is like fire, a handy servant, but a dangerous master."---George Washington
Tom @ Buzzard Bluff

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Feb 23, 2007
Waco Tx
I am not a fluent writer but I will try to get my point across.
In Nam I was in a hospital the guy next to me was tore up bad ,he had so many wire stitches he couldn't have a sheet layed on him because it would stick to him. anyway a Officer came in and was giving out purple hearts as he came to this guy he ask him son what do you think about them hippies raising sand back in the states, I will never forget the little smile on the guys face and he said sir I don't worry about them I was one of them six months ago. This guy later got a silver star for what he had done.
I saw kids that wouldn't step on a bug that in a few weeks went to being the meanest toughest soldiers you could imagine.
We are funny folks you let us be comfortable we put up with a lot , but Americans are funny folks don't piss us off, because if u do we will come and put your lights out and enjoy doing it.
In the long run I think 10.00 diesel will be the best think that can happen to the USA