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Even An Atrocity Does Not Justify Destroying The Bill Of Rights

Mick135 Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 7:16 PM
Focus on the enormous quantities of hollow-point ammo being bought by HomSec, the questionable property aquisitions and structures, the "FEMA coffins". and a host of other thing-- including monitoring sites such as this-- and wonder if maybe, just maybe martial law is so far-fetched, a coup now that the election gives free rein. More questions than answers. I'm profoundly please to see so many patriots and enthusiastis buying modern sporting rifles and pistols; hopefully they'll train in their use, not just plink. "A well regulated militia".. refers, I believe, to one that is both armed and ready to take up arms if need arises. I pray such a need never happens.
Gamma_Ray Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 5:39 PM
From what I have read, the departments under DHS are mostly buying up .40 mil. which is only good in handguns, some AR variants, and I believe a few compact mini sub machine guns. Its only good for close up work which means they anticipate having to get up close and personal.

With the amounts of ammo they are buying, it appears that they are planning to get up close and personal with an awful lot of people.

The murder of 20 innocent children and 7 adults in Newtown, Connecticut, horrifies all Americans. President Obama eloquently expressed our collective feelings of “overwhelming grief” and our response to “hug our children a little tighter, and we’ll tell them that we love them, and we’ll remind each other how deeply we love one another.”

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