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Old November 9th, 2019, 12:15 PM #81
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well I'm not hearing anything about people wanting to move out of Virginia. I am hearing people grumbling about organizing and fighting back and I'm not talking about at the voting booth. I have really good friends who own a 12000 acre dairy farm in Culpeper and I have family scattered throughout the state. Those Southwest Virginia boys don't play. They will March on Richmond and forcibly remove the governor before the ink is dry on a confiscation order. I find it fitting that if there's going to be a second American civil war that it starts where the first one ended
Politicians have gotten entirely too comfortable when speaking about confiscating property and removing natural rights. The natural order of things would have them fearful of even being seen in public.
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Politicians have gotten entirely too comfortable when speaking about confiscating property and removing natural rights. The natural order of things would have them fearful of even being seen in public.
We need to make them very uncomfortable..
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We need to make them very uncomfortable..
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Old November 9th, 2019, 12:24 PM #84
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We need to make them very uncomfortable..
I'm thinking start with treating them exactly like the the Miami protesters treated Pelosi in that restaurant.
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Whats the word for a person (in authority), or dept/agency, etc. that tries to circumvent rules/law by making a process so onerous, expensive, difficult that it undermines the rule or law?
Like what DC did when they were required to allow people to own and carry guns, so they made the process impossible and got smacked down. What's this called?
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Whats the word for a person (in authority), or dept/agency, etc. that tries to circumvent rules/law by making a process so onerous, expensive, difficult that it undermines the rule or law?
Like what DC did when they were required to allow people to own and carry guns, so they made the process impossible and got smacked down. What's this called?
It's called "The deep structural change this country so desperately needs."
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Yep, I heard the same thing from my Va. Friends and relatives. Now they are scrambling to buy everything they can get their hands on. The only potential saving grace is that they aren't going to let Northam take what they have..
I was in Hampton Roads for work and stopped by Green Top on my way back yesterday. The parking lot was close to full. Couldn't help but wonder how many of the people in there voted earlier in the week.
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well I'm not hearing anything about people wanting to move out of Virginia. I am hearing people grumbling about organizing and fighting back and I'm not talking about at the voting booth. I have really good friends who own a 12000 acre dairy farm in Culpeper and I have family scattered throughout the state. Those Southwest Virginia boys don't play. They will March on Richmond and forcibly remove the governor before the ink is dry on a confiscation order. I find it fitting that if there's going to be a second American civil war that it starts where the first one ended
Hillbilly militia? Heard the Scot-Irish from mid-Atlantic are very distrustful of .gov
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I was just using one example. Some people just keep buying this stack of plastic because Govs want to ban them. However, what are you really going to do with the 45th piece of plastic you can't do with the 1-44th mags... Does that make sense?
Because if you can limit it, you can ban it. That is why to work against arbitrary limits (regardless of whethere is 4, 40 or 400) - 2A limits ALWAYS lead to 2A bans.

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