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This is a discussion on Obama to go for guns in 2013 'there will be resistance' within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by Bark'n Hopyard , I think we all understand that. At least I do. And that is all well and good. However, reading ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    Hopyard, I think we all understand that. At least I do. And that is all well and good. However, reading the federalist papers, and understanding why the 2nd Amendment was put in place, is to understand that the founding fathers believed it was necessary to provide a provision for free men, to rise up and revolt against a tyrannical government. A government which through greed, and corruption at the highest levels overstep their governing authority and became nothing less than tyrants.

    The Federalist papers, nor the Constitution says anywhere that we must first form a new governing body which becomes recognized in some quasi legitimate fashion in order to overthrow the tyranny the standing government has imposed.

    They understood that "the people," as a body of free individuals, would be able to know when it's time to embark upon such a course. That free men, being free thinkers, who believed in a God, whom has bestowed "unalienable rights" upon them, to make that determination. And they (founding fathers) provided a provision within the Constitution, to allow for such an event.

    And for the record. I am in no way encouraging such an action. I would hate to see it come to that. It would rock our nations very foundation to the core. It would forever alter the course and foundation of this great nation. The founding fathers knew that. They understood it. And yet, they still wrote a provision which allows us to do it. Because they too, were free men. And free thinkers, who believed in God, and the "unalienable rights" bestowed upon all free men, from God.
    Isn't it just a little disconcerting that lately over the past couple of years, there has been a push against any mention of God? They want it off the money, out of the pledge, don't want a moment of prayer to begin a session of government etc. To me, this isn't just coincidence. There is more at work. If you ask me I would say they want God out so they can have people believe that everything you have comes from the government and you must always obey. Another method of control.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dben002 View Post
    There are limits to all the rights we have...besides, if you're not happy living here you can always move to another country, or Ill......
    Just because the rest of the world has oppressive governments, doesn't mean I'm going to hold my country to a lesser standard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dben002 View Post
    There are a few here who need to take a Xanax and chill out. There are a few who need to remove your heads from the sand and look around.

    No one is coming for your guns....repeat that until you understand it. ...

    Yes, there may be a change in certain laws that will say you can't be found in possession of certain type weapons, or ammo but that exist now. You will have a very expensive paperweight you can't be caught with so you will just need to keep it hidden but they are not coming for it or you until you use it...

    Some here seem to think they can't survive without massive firepower in their basements....that any weapons restriction is an infringement on there right to bear arms. Well sorry you can't have hand grenades, Rocket launchers, and 50 cal's on the back your jeep wranglers.

    There are limits to all the rights we have...besides, if you're not happy living here you can always move to another country, or Ill......
    To the underlined...

    Yes, some chilling out needs to occur...

    Especially with statements like the second underlined portion...

    Hey dben002...

    Are you aware if you turn off your computer the screen can be used as a mirror???

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmdrdredd View Post
    Isn't it just a little disconcerting that lately over the past couple of years, there has been a push against any mention of God? They want it off the money, out of the pledge, don't want a moment of prayer to begin a session of government etc. To me, this isn't just coincidence. There is more at work. If you ask me I would say they want God out so they can have people believe that everything you have comes from the government and you must always obey. Another method of control.
    You are correct. It is not coincidence. As long as we have guns and a belief in God, we remain free. Remove either one of those two components and we become slaves.

    They've been working on the end result, from multiple directions for more than a generation. Who are they? They are the athiests, the progressives, the socialists, the fascists, the Marxists, the communists... It doesn't matter what you call them, they are all the same. With the same goal. And they relied on apathy to stealthily lull us to sleep. They took their time. They came at us with babysteps, from all different sides, a little at a time. And now it seems, they think they are ready for the final blow.

    Will they be successful? I don't know. We let it go, unchecked for a long time.
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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^

    That's one post for the archives...

    Well said sir!

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    Obama to go for guns in 2013 'there will be resistance'

    Lets see now. Our representatives have gone beyond their legal bounds how?

    1) no free speech zones while at any gathering for the liar in chief. If "he" (read president) doesn't like your protest, the secret service will and or can arrest you for your opposing view towards the president.
    Freedom of speech, peaceable assembly gone= check!

    2) this is a big one and I can't understand why more people aren't more upset over it (it could apply to EVERYONE who posts here or elsewhere) NDAA. Let me give you a visual aid on this one....
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    Seems to me that number two should be an outrage to any sane man or woman, yet sadly, its not. Why no outrage over that? Think that your fourth amendment hasn't be trashed? Dream on!

    What effect do you think number two has on your other constitutional rights? Anyone care to guess?

    So yeah.... Our elected officials certainly are working with our best interests in mind....

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    Need another one?
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    More?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopyard View Post
    Note, you have a right to peacefully assemble, to petition, and to seek redress of grievances. That
    part of 1A isn't in there by accident. It is the safety valve so many here seem to overlook.
    The talk of armed rebellion is premature. This is understandably a personal issue to most everyone here, myself included. As Hopyard said in an earlier post, we have representation up and down the govt chain, representation that the founding fathers is not have. If our worst fears should come to pass, we should make use of these means of redress. If these means should fail, and should it come to an armed rebellion, it will need to be at the state, not the individual level. Before it comes to that, though, the states need to make use of their soapbox powers first, which was also written into the founding documents. The states can call for modification to the constitution and can pass amendments that limit the power of the federal govt without the approval of the federal govt. If all of the above were to fail then I have little doubt that things would come to an armed rebellion, which they have done before, however it would be a rebellion from the top down, not from the bottom up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hopyard View Post
    Now, the danger to this sort of talk is that it really really really makes too many of the law abiding solid
    gun owners who want our country to succeed, look guilty by association. The theme does no good for promoting
    gun rights. To the contrary, if non-gun owners and fence sitters were to read some of this talk they'd be scared out of their
    wits. Not about guns, but about the viewpoints and the intent, the hysteria, and the panic.
    Yesterday I was talking to my parents, who are almost 70 years old and I described the panic buying, the soaring permit applications, the price gouging, etc. My fathers response was, "what you are saying terrifies me.". These types of actions, and this sort of talk, is seen as a negative by those who don't "get" it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    You are correct. It is not coincidence. As long as we have guns and a belief in God, we remain free. Remove either one of those two components and we become slaves.

    They've been working on the end result, from multiple directions for more than a generation. Who are they? They are the athiests, the progressives, the socialists, the fascists, the Marxists, the communists... It doesn't matter what you call them, they are all the same. With the same goal. And they relied on apathy to stealthily lull us to sleep. They took their time. They came at us with babysteps, from all different sides, a little at a time. And now it seems, they think they are ready for the final blow.

    Will they be successful? I don't know. We let it go, unchecked for a long time.
    Time to wake up people...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopyard View Post
    I find that an amazing post on a forum which has a rule prohibiting the discussion of unlawful activities.

    It is one thing to discuss and debate whether or not such a right exists, it is quite something else to write
    "militia up and do what is necessary."
    The 2nd amendment allows for a militia for the protection of freedom. I do not see anything unlawful in following the constitution and protecting it. I do not expect it to come to that but that is our right if the government tries to overturn the Constitution. That is why I said if all else fails. I fully expect the courts settle it. There is not a lawful reason at this point to call for armed resistance. But if the government falls into tyranny then who decides what is lawful? Do we follow the laws of the Constitution or of the government? Perhaps we disagree on which holds the authority and consent of the people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    You are correct. It is not coincidence. As long as we have guns and a belief in God, we remain free. Remove either one of those two components and we become slaves.

    They've been working on the end result, from multiple directions for more than a generation. Who are they? They are the athiests, the progressives, the socialists, the fascists, the Marxists, the communists... It doesn't matter what you call them, they are all the same. With the same goal. And they relied on apathy to stealthily lull us to sleep. They took their time. They came at us with babysteps, from all different sides, a little at a time. And now it seems, they think they are ready for the final blow.

    Will they be successful? I don't know. We let it go, unchecked for a long time.
    Wait...I have to have guns and a belief in God to be free? That's an interesting sentiment. I can name lots of countries that have lots of guns and a very strong belief in God. Afghanistan, Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia, etc, etc, etc. not so much freedom in those places. Or were you referring only to the Christian God? I thought we had freedom of religion in this country. That also includes the freedom not to have our lives dictated by another's religion or to not have a religion at all.
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    Obama to go for guns in 2013 'there will be resistance'

    Here is you map of ground swell support of our government ...
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    That is a hell of a lot of people (from the TOP on down) who think out government is out of control!

    One more for those who can seem to grasp it....
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    Quote Originally Posted by OD* View Post
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    The scary thing is Hillary and Biden kinda look like that without the glasses!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darrow75 View Post
    Wait...I have to have guns and a belief in God to be free? That's an interesting sentiment. I can name lots of countries that have lots of guns and a very strong belief in God. Afghanistan, Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia, etc, etc, etc. not so much freedom in those places. Or were you referring only to the Christian God? I thought we had freedom of religion in this country. That also includes the freedom not to have our lives dictated by another's religion or to not have a religion at all.
    Your freedom does not come from any government or "king". It comes from your creator. Whether you call him Allah, God, Budah or what have you. The belief that everything you have is owed to the government or somehow your good fortune should be attributed to the government is false. That is the point here. Every culture believes in some type of higher power, and from that higher power are they made "free people". Ever hear of free will?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darrow75 View Post
    Wait...I have to have guns and a belief in God to be free? That's an interesting sentiment. I can name lots of countries that have lots of guns and a very strong belief in God. Afghanistan, Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia, etc, etc, etc. not so much freedom in those places. Or were you referring only to the Christian God? I thought we had freedom of religion in this country. That also includes the freedom not to have our lives dictated by another's religion or to not have a religion at all.
    My "dislike" button is missing again...

    Anyone else having the same problem???

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