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Expect Civil Disobedience if Politicians Try to Undermine the Second Amendment

Pistol Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 6:50 AM
or the invadees might decide the government indeed has gone too far, and solidify and amplify resistance. A third possibility, craven submission, is what the government would want. They didn't get it at Concord Bridge, and they didn't get it at Bull Run. Maybe they'd get it at 2015 Elm Street. Maybe not.
Shoestring47 Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 9:34 AM
THIS IS THE SAME TERRORIST THREAT AS THEY HAD AT WACO, TX. REMEMBER CLINTON'S TAKEOVER OF THE PEOPLE THERE, HE KILLED BABIES, WOMEN AND THE MEN WHO STOOD THEIR GROUND

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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