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"The Constitution of most of our states (and of the United States) assert that all power is inherent in the people; that they may exercise it by themselves; that it is their right and duty to be at all times armed and that they are entitled to freedom of person, freedom of religion, freedom of property, and freedom of press."
-- Thomas Jefferson
”It’s none of their [the government’s] business whether I own a Bible, a hammer, a firearm – until I commit a crime.” –Jon S. Mirowitz, “Metro”, Philadelphia resident and gun owner who testified for the NRA 5/20/2008.
” Americans are almost alone in being armed. It gives them the advantage of resisting usurpation and oppressions.” –James Madison
Shoonra wrote:Murderers may not care about the law, but the law ought to keep them in mind, as, for example, a law requiring background checks and denying the sale of guns to people who were locked up for crime or craziness. It may be a small impediment to the unfit getting their hands on guns, but if it slows down some it has done some good.
I think it's pretty obvious how distorted the language is. People who want to keep felons and loonies from getting their hands on guns are called gun grabbers, and instead of talking or arguing or asserting, they shriek, etc.
I certainly opposed such Fourth Amendment destruction garbage. Remember, the same stooges in government who will run the unconstitutional background checks already call people who quote the Constitution, support Ron Paul, Chuck Baldwin, George Washington, terrorist. See the MIAC report for details.Pumpkin wrote:I don't have a problem with the back ground check. I fly through those.
Emphasis added. This is all built upon the False Flag operation called 9/11, where two plane brought down three building!If you're an anti-abortion activist, or if you display political paraphernalia supporting a third-party candidate or a certain Republican member of Congress, if you possess subversive literature, you very well might be a member of a domestic paramilitary group.
That's according to "The Modern Militia Movement," a report by the Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC), a government collective that identifies the warning signs of potential domestic terrorists for law enforcement communities.
"Due to the current economical and political situation, a lush environment for militia activity has been created," the Feb. 20 report reads. "Unemployment rates are high, as well as costs of living expenses. Additionally, President Elect Barrack [sic] Obama is seen as tight on gun control and many extremists fear that he will enact firearms confiscations."
MIAC is one of 58 so-called "fusion centers" nationwide that were created by the Department of Homeland Security, in part, to collect local intelligence that authorities can use to combat terrorism and related criminal activities. More than $254 million from fiscal years 2004-2007 went to state and local governments to support the fusion centers, according to the DHS Web site.
During a press conference last week in Kansas City, Mo., DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano called fusion centers the "centerpiece of state, local, federal intelligence-sharing" in the future.
"Let us not forget the reason we are here, the reason we have the Department of Homeland Security and the reason we now have fusion centers, which is a relatively new concept, is because we did not have the capacity as a country to connect the dots on isolated bits of intelligence prior to 9/11," Napolitano said, according to a DHS transcript.
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