This Is My Battle Rifle

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Mon, 08 Dec 2003 13:00:00 GMT
GeekWithA.45 - I Am An American. And this is my battle rifle. - Yes! Repeat after the Geek (and me): [geekwitha.45]
"This is my battle rifle. There are many just like it, and this one is mine. As an American, it is my absolute, unquestionable right to have this; it is my birthright. I will go to any length necessary to ensure that this rifle remains in my hands, the hands of my countrymen, and to ensure that the hands of our posterity may go freely to the most fearsome arms the future has to offer."

Nicki Fellenzer at - Travesty of Justice -- the Plight of Melvin Spaulding - Nicki talked with Mr. Spaulding. He asked that we contact the Pinellas County Florida State Attorney, Bernie McCabe, and demand that no charges be filed against Mr. Spaulding. More links in the article.

Bernie McCabe, State Attorney
Sixth Judicial Circuit
PO Box 5028
Clearwater, FL 33758
(727) 464-6221

Nicki Fellenzer at Armed Females of America - The Importance of Being Human - a review of Freehold (available January 1, pre-order now), Michael Z. Williamson's new book about a future U.N. worker's escape to an anarchist society. The first 14 chapters are on the web at the publisher's site. I read the first 6 chapters yesterday. Recommended.

Fred Reed - Crime South Of The Rio Bravo: Reflections On The Virtue Of Lawlessness - Mexicans routinely do things that would be illegal if done in the United States. Liberty is like that. Wish we could recapture that spirit here. [smith2004]

I am sad to report that Mexico is the most criminal of countries. Let me illustrate.

Suppose that you were subject to, say, horrendous sinus infections or earaches. In America, by law you would have to get an appointment with a doctor, $75, thank you--when he had time, how about day after tomorrow, whereupon he would give you a prescription for amoxicillin, fifteen bucks and a trip to a pharmacy. If this happened on a Friday, you would either slit your wrists by Saturday evening to avoid the torture, or go to an emergency room, however distant, where they would charge you a fortune and give you a prescription for...amoxicillin.

In Mexico, upon recognizing the familiar symptoms, you would go to the nearest farmacia and buy the amoxicillin. The agony would be nipped in the bud (presuming that agony has buds). The doctor would not get $75, which is against all principles of medicine. The pharmacist would not lose his license, as he would in the United States.

See? Criminality is legal in Mexico. That's how bad things are.

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Another cowardly gun nut....

Submitted by AnonymousGun on Sun, 20 Dec 2009 07:59:18 GMT

Another cowardly gun nut....

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It's not cowardly to

Submitted by Treadmill Traci on Thu, 04 Aug 2011 18:49:55 GMT

It's not cowardly to own guns. According to the 2nd amendment it's our right to own as many guns as we want. I don't think that people exercising that right would fall under the description of coward.

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Submitted by Brett on Wed, 14 Dec 2011 15:48:28 GMT

The coward is the one who anonymously snipes at that which he fears and blindly refuses to attempt to understand.

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