posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 08:55 AM
Well to be honest, with no commitment either way- and the sheriff saying "That hasn't happened," we really can't say for sure if and when it did
happen and they got a court order to confiscate firearms, that they would do it. They might not. With a career invested, and families to feed, I
understand how the question puts them on the spot. I really do. I mean what an inconvenience!
But the revolution put a lot of people on the spot, and even more in their graves. To not state unwavering devotion to the oath, immediately, even in
tough spots like this, spits in the face of the very people that died for him to even be living out from under the grubby hands of the throne. Same
for his deputies. They really thought they were being smart by avoiding the question, when in fact they were just being cowards.
And I'll guarantee you we can look for the gun grabbers to exploit this weakness across the country, whenever, and wherever they possibly can.
Cold, dead hands, folks. No more compromise. Enough. I only wish to goodness a state or two would secede over this and other federal tyranny. They'd
have every damn right at this point, and I couldn't blame them a bit.