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At Ft. Benning, there’s this sign stating that if you don’t register your weapon, you’re a terrorist.

7 Responses to “Terrorists”

  1. Mikee Says:

    I think you are misreading the sign. It is simply asking for those carrying unregistered weapons to self-identify themselves to the guards at the gate.

    If a terrorist doesn’t tell the guards at the gate that they are a terrorist, and run past the guards onto base to do terrorist stuff, then the guards have to run after the terrorists onto the base to shoot them, and the terrorists will die all out of breath from running.

  2. Chas Says:

    Government zipheads who put up ignorant signs that equate free men with terrorists are themselves terrorists and deserve to be shot dead by a U.S. Army firing squad for treason.

  3. Lyle Says:

    Hardly any guns are registered, as there is no federal requirement for it. Just sayin’.

    How about; “Criminals don’t register their guns, why should anyone else?”

    Or better yet; “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

    Yeah, I like that one, I’ll stick to it, and I’ll expect any and all Congressmen to do the same ( motherfuckers).

  4. rickn8or Says:

    Exactly how many registered guns were there at Lexington and Concord?

  5. straightarrow Says:

    Well, Napolitano says they are potential terrorists, so why not be the genuine, faux, imitation real thing and not register your guns? Uh huh, just so you can terrorize those who need it when they come for them. Works for me.

  6. TomareUtsuZo Says:

    *with distaste* Oh my god. Eww.

  7. Snowdog Says:

    hell, this isn’t new. back when I was in the army (87-91) I was in the SCA. I didn’t keep any steel swords in the barracks (left them with a friend off post) but had several rattan swords for practice. Was told that I needed to keep them in the unit arms room. wooden swords.

    I went to the colonel over that, and asked if I played baseball, would I be required to keep my baseball bat in the arms room as well. The answer-yes.

    so next day took my armor, the unfinished rattan that I was making a polearm out of and everything else to my AF friends house in town.