When it comes to gun confiscation, all is nothing.

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Fri, 18 May 2007 11:02:45 GMT  <== RKBA ==> 

Mike Vanderboegh at The Lookout Post - Mr. Vanderboegh makes it crystal clear what would happen if the wishes of the more honest of the gun grabbers, a total ban followed by forced confiscation, were attempted. Civil war. I've linked to him saying this before, but he says it even better here. [codrea]

"Son, let me explain something to you. You don't poke a wolverine with a sharp stick unless you want your balls ripped off." -- Grandpa Vanderboegh's Rule of Life #32.


Look, in the spirit of "let's cut the crap", may I explain how any gun confiscation scheme will go? Oh, I could give Simpson, et al, all sorts of high-falutin' arguments about the Founders and their vision of the Republic, with examples from our history and footnoted discussions of the God-given inalienable rights that the Founders delineated and that we gunnies still cherish. But let me make this as simple as possible.

If someone is sent to take our firearms, we will kill them in righteous self defense. After we have killed them, we will track down and kill those who sent them. They will find, if I may paraphrase Mr. Seck, that when it comes to gun confiscation, all is nothing. Misguided efforts to produce a "peaceful" nation will simply ignite a civil war which will send those who started it packing (those who survive, anyway) to some liberal safe haven. Singapore, perhaps?

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That's why they won't do it

Submitted by jml1911a1 on Sat, 19 May 2007 00:19:00 GMT

That's why they won't do it all at once. It will be gradual, one at a time, like they're doing in Illinois. First registration, then gradual, individual confiscations.

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