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Banning the Minutemen

By the time I get to Arizona:

An individual or group of individuals commits domestic terrorism if the individual or group of individuals are not affiliated with a local, state or federal law enforcement entity and associate with another individual or group of individuals as an organization, group, corporation or company for the purpose of patrolling to detect alleged illegal activity or to individually patrol for the purpose of detecting alleged illegal activity and if the individual or group of individuals is armed with a firearm or other weapon.

18 Responses to “Banning the Minutemen”

  1. USCitizen Says:

    Thanks for the link. Is this not the most arrogant thing you’ve seen all day? For me it was, anyway. I even called Kim to try and ignite another RCOB moment on the Other Side.

  2. robert Says:

    That is the dumbest thing I’ve ever read.

    The Neighborhood watch would be a terrorist organization.
    Every security guard that has more than a flashlight and a radio would be a terrorist.

    Heck, If you heard a noise outside and took a golf club with you for protection while you investigated it , you’d be a terrorist.

  3. Ken S, Fifth String on the Banjo of Life Says:


  4. it comes in pints? Says:


    From the [formerly] great state of Arizona, by way of SayUncle and Traction Control: An individual or group of individuals commits domestic terrorism if the individual or group of individuals are not affiliated with a local, state or federal law…

  5. Lyle Says:

    But a gang of cops, each of whom has taken an Oath to uphold, defend and protect the Constitution of the United States, going house to house looking to confiscate guns from anyone and everyone who has one– that’s not terrorism. Noooo.

    So I, Mr. family man, alone, walking anywhere outside my home in condition yellow (alertness to one’s surroundings) as I most often do, am by this deffinition a terrorist. Arrest my ass. Each and every concealed carry permit holder who commits the unspeakable crime of paying attention to his or her surroundings, is by this definition a terrorist. “…firearm or other weapon”. That’s rich. Better bury your kuboton and your Maglite.

    We are in for some hard times.

  6. Darrell Says:

    Ya wanted change, looks like ya got it.

  7. nk Says:

    I wonder whether the sponsors of this proposed bill (it hasn’t passed yet and if it passes Arizona should be kicked out of the Union) are on the payroll of a Mexican drug cartel. If not, then they’re fools for doing it for free.

  8. USCitizen Says:


    I suspect the latter. They are Democrats, after all.

  9. tkdkerry Says:

    Lemme guess, this will end up as part of a voters’ rights bill?

  10. Heartless Libertarian Says:

    I recall Condi Rice talking at some point about her father and other men from her neighborhood growing up patrolling the streets at night, with guns, to keep the Klansmen away.

    This would have made that illegal.

  11. Micheal Says:

    Yep, it is getting time to invest in beans and bullets people. For it will not stop at the border of Arizona but will contiue through out the Nation. Just my opinion.

  12. BobG Says:

    Sounds like a bunch of so-called “representatives” need to be dumped by whoever voted them into office.

  13. Captain Holly Says:

    Relax, folks. As outrageous as it is, this bill is probably dead on arrival.

    The main sponsor is a far-Left greenie who likely has very little pull with the Legislative leadership. Plus, this bill would violate the AZ constitution and cause significant problems with the AZ concealed carry system. Unless AZ has become New Berkeley since the last election, I don’t see this going anywhere. Considering how enthusiastically Arizonans endorsed anti-illegal initiatives in 2006, the Minutemen have little to fear (for now).

    Symbolic bills like this get introduced all the time, even though they have a snowball’s chance of passage. It’s done mostly to placate members of the sponsor’s favorite lobby/interest group. In this case, it’s also a “shot across the bow” of the Minutemen and their supporters. But it could also backfire on them by causing a firestorm of controversy and isolating them even further on the fringe.

    In any case, it does give us an idea of what the far Left thinks of the Minutemen, if there were any doubt to begin with.

  14. Rivrdog Says:

    Sorry, Captain Holly, I like Micheal’s comment better. It IS time to buy beans and bullets, especially bullets for any sort of Russian weapon you might have, because I smell, just over the horizon, gun control legislation to ban the import of “non-hunting” ammo in those calibers.

    The price rise in 7.62X39, from $65 a few months ago to almost $200 today for 1,000 rounds of Russ military isn’t because of the price of metal, which has affected the rest of the ammo world around 20%, not 300%.

    Buy it while you can get it. It will soon go the way of the milsurp 7.62 NATO.

  15. Tam Says:


    I deal with wholesalers and importers around the nation on a daily basis. Their salespeople pester me every day, ringing my damn phone off the hook and clogging my fax machine with specials and sales to entice my business.

    If I could have found 7.62x39mm for $65/1000 wholesale “a few months ago”, I’d have bought as many containers as they would have sold me.

  16. Sigivald Says:

    It’d put every private armed security company out of business, too.

  17. trainer Says:

    I respectfully decline to comply.

  18. Elmo Sherman Says:

    Today i turned on the Fox News channel, and who’s face was filling the screen,JANE FONDA.
    These pinko’s are never going to leave my country alone. Its not their country,because every time they appear,they down grade our country. It really gets old,when they stand up and bad mouth our troops and what is keeping them safe from terrorists.
    I thank God every day for the freedoms we enjoy and the troops who are putting it on the line. Just let them run across our borders and don’t stop them. They should all move to Australia,their citizens are being disarmed.