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Well, come and get them

Obama is not going to take your guns away. We are.

Via Joe.

How’s that working out for you guys? I mean, you keep trying. And I’m still here with a bunch of ARs.

7 Responses to “Well, come and get them”

  1. Matthew Carberry Says:

    “FightingIrish” is the poster’s handle?

    Tell you what, you boot-licking, lace-curtain nancy, you bring your shillaleigh and I’ll bring my Armalite and we’ll see how it turns out.

  2. Joel Says:

    That post is from December 2012, and I’m sure the writer had a very good January watching Obama trot out his 28 Theses, or whatever they were called. Writing was on the wall by March, ain’t gonna happen. So all in all I’d say that once again it didn’t work out well for those guys.

  3. HiddenHills Says:

    meh. What’s a flashback or three….

  4. Veeshir Says:

    Listen, they’re wishcasting as hard as they can so sooner or later they’ll make all the evil guns in the world disappear.

    My family thinks like those idiots.

    It was funny when Katrina happened. Many of them told me, when no others were around, that if that happened near us they’d be on their way to my house.

    I told them I’d let them in if they brought food and booze, otherwise, my door’s locked.
    Have a nice day.

  5. JFM Says:

    These people hold the belief that the vast majority of Americans think as they do. If that were true the g’ment would be coming for our firearms.

  6. Gerry Says:

    Don’t worry about if POTUS has your back, worry about who has the weapons in front of you.

  7. Windy Wilson Says:

    Veshir, yep, “Bring food, water, booze and blankets; You don’t think I have enough for everyone, do you?

    What is it the Deadheads say at the Grateful Dead concerts? Something about “sharing the happiness of your ___” (whatever it is you have that they want some of)?
    A coworker who was a Deadhead himself asked one such mooch what did he have to share the happiness of with the others here? To paraphrase Heinlein, “Further said moocher sayeth naught.”