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Why are anti-gun activists so violent?

Susie Madrak:

at what point does the federal government literally go to war with its own citizens? Because we’re not talking about bank robbers here, we’re talking about (mostly) non-criminal cranks — scofflaws and political malcontents. So what line has to be crossed in the good old U.S. of A. before we start mowing them down to make our point?

Supposedly violent gun nuts are the one the tolerance and diversity crowd are pondering a war with.

8 Responses to “Why are anti-gun activists so violent?”

  1. Toastrider Says:

    The comments there alternate between sane people, and downright lunatics. It’s more than a little frightening.

  2. Brad Says:

    Good evidence of the true heart of the gun control movement, full of hatred and a lust for power.

  3. Akatsukami Says:

    “So what line has to be crossed in the good old U.S. of A. before we start mowing them down to make our point?”

    Even the Obamist thugs know that that’s a recipe for losing their power, their privileges, and perhaps their lives.

  4. KM Says:

    So I guess this is the “discussion” they wanted on gun control? Waco & Ruby Ridge? Really?

    Nice ballsy rant for someone far removed from the danger of actually doing something.

  5. Joe Huffman Says:

    I think she misunderstands some fundamentals of our form of government or else (more likely) she wishes to change it. She wants to “demonstrate” who is in charge. And she believes the government is. When in fact the government is composed of public servants. The people are “in charge” and if the “appropriate” (as if there were ever an appropriate situation) people to do the “mowing” it would be the public putting down the uppity servants.

  6. Crunkomatic Says:

    That’s how you know they’re full of shit. Would you make threats to people you knew were armed unless you knew it was safe to do so because they are responsible with their arms?

  7. Sigivald Says:

    “They’re not criminals, so when can we liquidate them?”


  8. Kevin Baker Says:

    Would they please start it so we can finish it? I’m tired of waiting.