Sunday, January 20, 2013

Law enforcers openly admit to being criminals

"We will uphold whatever laws that are actually enacted."

Then you will be violating your oath of office as well as declaring yourself a domestic enemy.

"Shall not be infringed" doesn't leave any room to wiggle.

And, before you grasp at the "well-regulated militia" part remember that when the words were penned, "well-regulated" meant "well-practiced" and "fine tuned"; not what anti-liberty bigots want it to mean. And the militia is everyone capable of holding and shooting a gun.

There is no room left for your feelings or concerns. The Bill of Rights leaves no room for any anti-gun "laws"- not against "felons" possessing guns; not against semi-automatic or fully automatic guns; not against where the guns may be carried.

The Bill of Rights doesn't "give" anyone any rights- it takes away authority. The only thing the Bill of Rights did was make it a very serious crime for government employees to pass or enforce any "law" dealing with guns in any way. If you don't like that then you need to immediately remove yourself from any position of "authority".

Unfortunately, the sheriffs who have announced they will not be enforcing any further unconstitutional "laws" are lying.  You know it and I know it.  Because they will still be enforcing anti-drug "laws", and taking federal handouts, and assisting federal (and illegal) law enforcement agencies.  And, when push comes to shove, they will roll over and betray their employers to the feds in order to keep their "job".



  1. EXACTLY! Well stated.

  2. I have said for many years that "the law" does not equal "justice." There are many, many unjust laws on the books and the enforcers are like the woooden men mentioned in Henry David Thoreau's essay, Civil Disobedience, or like the Nazis on trial at Nurmberg: "But I vas only following orders!"

    If you go to The Myth of Inalienable Rights ( and scroll way down to "Crime, Organized Crime, and Criminals," you will see my argument as to why all government employees or agents are criminals and part of the biggest organized crime syndicate ever.

  3. It will be interesting to see if the "compromisers" can put the genie back into the bottle again. It seems to me that the prohibitionists are not going to be satisfied with a waiting period OR instant check, or a 10 year long ban, or anything less than some actual (pointless) prohibitions.

    Interesting times, indeed.