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Expect Civil Disobedience if Politicians Try to Undermine the Second Amendment

Anglo Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 7:41 AM
Home invasions, either court ordered or through a hostile intruder do in fact lead to bloodshed. Court order, as in a no knock warrant can and should result in a defensive posture of the inhabitant/occupant. My reasoning for this: I was involved, legally, in a double homicide where a 33 year old man and his 10 year old daughter were summarily executed by people posing as border patrol looking supposedly looking for an escapee. Although the wife/mother was able to fake death, and survive after being seriously wounded, and also able to deliver gunfire wounding the killer/shooter who reentered the home to retrieve a gun that the intruders left behind in their anxiety. Who is to say that any no-knock raid is or is not fair game?
Fooling Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 8:26 AM
Agreed. I thought of this myself recently, as with affirmative action and other "new" hiring procedures people join the police who could not have received a job years ago. Scary stuff.

I periodically share public opinion data, either because I’m encouraged by the results or because I think that the research helps show how to frame issues.

Examples include polling data on personal retirement accounts, the dangers of big government, support for spending caps, and viability of class warfare tax policy.

But I’ve been very narrowly focused. Just about all the polls I’ve shared have been about some...

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