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Jul 01 2016

Moonbats’ Least Favorite Three Letters

Dan Joseph explains the incremental strategy progressives pursue to deny us our fundamental rights, and why the NRA is awesome:

On a tip from Torcer.



29 Responses to “Moonbats’ Least Favorite Three Letters”

  1. ramrodd says:

    Declaration of Independence

    Bill of Rights

  2. grayjohn says:

    They have a Muslim sympathizer and possible stealth convert on their board of directors. As long as he is there, the NRA is compromised and can’t be trusted.
    I haven’t renewed my membership, and won’t until they shape up.

  3. 762x51 says:

    Exactly, fuck Grover Norquist and the goat he rode in on.

    When old Steve Reichert was running for the NRA board, I asked him if he would work to remove the anti-American Norquist from the BoD. He would not commit and was not elected.

  4. 762x51 says:

    The NRA is a sellout organization. They have sold gun owners out many times over the last 100 years and multiple times since the vile Neil Knox has been running the show. I will not renew my membership unless and until BOTH Knox and Norquist are gone.

  5. 762x51 says:

    Correction, that should have been Wayne LaPierre, not Knox.

  6. depwavid says:

    If you are a life member, write in L. Neil Smith for NRA board of directors. He is a life member who does not compromise, and he frequently expresses the opinion that NRA has sold out.

    He would probably refuse, on grounds of previous commitments, his low opinion of the current leadership, and personal reasons. Still, writing him in would send a message to the current crew of squishes!

  7. depwavid says:

    Didn’t I read that Mr. Knox passed away in the Oughts?

  8. 762x51 says:

    Yes, about 10 years ago. Cancer I think.

  9. depwavid says:

    I’m a life member, and I share your reservations. I have not sent them any money since my life membership was paid up decades ago. I won’t send any more until they ram through legislation rolling back GCA ’68 AND NFA ’34!

  10. depwavid says:

    Thanks: now I know my memory is still good!

  11. depwavid says:

    I actually e-mailed him(Knox)in the late Nineties and suggested my above option of nominating L. Neil Smith to the board.

    Astoundingly, he did me the courtesy of replying. He said there was zero chance of this nomination going through, although the way he phrased his reply suggested he would relish the kerfuffle that would ensue with El Neil on the board to confront the sellouts!

  12. 762x51 says:

    At least he wasn’t an elitist. Smith would be a far better choice than that asswipe LaPierre. I despise that scumbag.

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  14. stephana says:

    Quit complaining about the NRA. If they didn’t do what they are doing now, we would be fighting over if we can have a pointy stick. They live rent free in the progtards heads and help keep the rest in line. 5 million people strong, the congress critters can’t just ignore us. Vote in the elections if you don’t like the board members, instead of complaining.

  15. grayjohn says:

    They can have my money, or they can have Norquist, but they can’t have both. I think they are data mining for the DOJ and not protecting shit.

    The NRA I joined years ago is not the NRA I left.

  16. grayjohn says:

    The NRA was awesome once, but no longer. We have to complain somewhere, because complaining to them falls on deaf, progressive ears. I want to support them but I can’t anymore, not anymore, not in good conscience. Look close, because no matter what they say, they have been compromised.

  17. ed says:

    ” brexit ” comes a close sn

  18. depwavid says:

    I take it you’re familiar with his (Neil’s)writing. He has an online magazine: http://www.ncc-1776.org It publishes usually every Sunday late.

    El Neil has a new novel coming out soon.

  19. 762x51 says:

    I have read some of his work though, as you can tell from my posts, I’m not a Libertarian as defined by his ZAP. I have read enough to be able to call out the phony “libertarians’ here and elsewhere. Unlike ZAP, I believe that evil can only be defeated by aggressive action as that is the only way it has ever been defeated in all of human history. I define evil in this context as the Progressives desire to enslave, that is evil and I will fight it.

    He lives less than 60 miles from me, maybe I should look him up sometime, might be interesting to debate the current climate and the different solutions we would use to defeat it.

  20. depwavid says:

    The ZAP is not pacifism. My understanding of it encompasses the right to respond to an initiation of force by any means necessary.

    Neil definitely hates Proggies, socialism, and idiots, not necessarily in that order.

    By coincidence, I have family in Ft. Collins/Laporte. Was last there in ’11 with no opportunity to meet Neil. Considering that most of the family is estranged, I’m unlikely to return except for funerals.

  21. 762x51 says:

    HA, I was in FTC last week, small world.

  22. depwavid says:

    I like the mountains(the altitude doesn’t bother me) but would miss the sea. Rough choice…

  23. chuck_in_st_paul says:

    ahh, an anti-gun troll spew all over the thread. Be gone troll!

  24. 762x51 says:

    Tell me about it. We have an FTX at 10,500′ in a few weeks. Ever wear body armor and run CQC at that altitude?

    Not as bad as Afghanistan though..

  25. depwavid says:

    Can’t say as I have, but I bet a few get altitude sickness on that exercise every year.

    Afghanistan has some really high areas with thin air. The same tectonic event that created the Himalayas gave rise to that terrain also. I’d think some missions would require supplemental oxygen.

  26. 762x51 says:

    Yeah, Asscrackistan is way higher but once you reach timberline it’s all downhill(pun intended) from there. The Hindu-Kush will top 25,000′ but Hajji doesn’t have O2 capabilities so they can’t really go much above 18,000′, and that they can go there is only because they are better acclimated to the thin air and don’t wear armor.

    I’ve seen a couple of team members fall out due to altitude sickness but the big problem is dehydration. The air is so dry at that altitude and you sweat massively in the armor. I usually carry a 3L bladder on my plate carrier and its empty in less than 8 hours and not once do you have to stop and pee.

  27. depwavid says:

    High desert: at least we can get above the enemy!

  28. grayjohn says:

    You think I am anti gun?


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