Will CA lead the revolution?



  • So, the "laws" recently in the news in CA have everyone stirred up. The only question I have is: Will they actually do something about it? ... or will they just roll over and talk about how CA is the "front line" as they have every single time in the past?

    http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2016/07/robert-farago/breaking-californians-buying-thousands-of-ars-vowing-non-compliance-with-new-gun-control-laws/



  • If I were LE in Kaliphonia, I certainly would not want to receive orders for confiscation.
    I'd be sayin' , massa, go get 'em yoself:laughing:

    99% of the Lawyers make the rest look bad.

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  • @mamalukino
    That all depends on the neighborhood.



  • @hypo

    It is easy for the political class to send others into battle.

    99% of the Lawyers make the rest look bad.

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  • They won't do anything.



  • The mindset of californians: Why fix something, when we can just get around it?



  • I saw that and thought the same thing. That guy is part of the problem.

    I've been trying to avoid this topic because I knew it would depress me. I'm actually out of town for the holiday dealing with family shit.
    However, this is tyranny plain and simple and I shall not abide it. By the stroke of a pen I've been made a felon.

    Other than not complying (I already don't comply) I'm at a loss of what to do. I'm open to suggestions. A harshly worded letter to congress doesn't seem strong enough.

    Our forefathers would be done shooting by now

    RLTW
    (This space for rent)

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  • @ragnarnar said:

    A harshly worded letter to congress doesn't seem strong enough.

    Our forefathers would be done shooting by now

    Both are undeniable truths.



  • http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2016/07/robert-farago/california-gun-owners-call-for-boycott-of-gunmakers-who-dont-stop-sales-to-ca-leos/

    Not sure what I think of that strategy. Seems like a pretty good place to start. Removing the cops ability to do their jobs is probably going to have some other consequences... but I think consequences are exactly what californians need.



  • Punish the gun makers because you failed to stop this.

    Yup seems like "progressives" to me.

    Maybe, they should have done something before hand, as the article implies.



  • @rhyno said:

    Punish the gun makers because you failed to stop this.

    Yup seems like "progressives" to me.

    Maybe, they should have done something before hand, as the article implies.

    Unfortunately most gun owners do not do anything but grumble about new restrictive laws after they are passed.

    With the technical resources available on the internet; letters pre-written and email and faxes sent requiring only a few clicks of the mouse and filling out some information it is amazing to me how few even do that. Voices against anti legislation need to be heard and they need to be loud as well as numerous, otherwise the political class will not listen. Case in point are the recent laws signed in this state. Public comment before these proposed laws even left committee review was absolutely abysmal.

    Now these illegal and un Constitutional laws will need to be fought out in an extremely corrupted legal system and look where the venue is located; looney Kali and the 9th circuit.

    99% of the Lawyers make the rest look bad.

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