Open Thread, Sunday 10 March 2013

Painting by Mike Etie.


About GruntOfMonteCristo

Fearless and Devout Catholic Christian First, Loving Husband and Father Second, Pissed-Off Patriot Third, Rocket Engineer Dork Last.
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22 Responses to Open Thread, Sunday 10 March 2013

  1. barnslayer says:

    Happy Birthday to me!!!

  2. Harvey says:

    Is that your birthday present? Happy Birthday!

  3. solaratov says:


    • Since the second amendment is about the right to bears’ arms, and bears use their arms to hurt and kill people perhaps we should convince them that they need to ban bears’ arms. Yeah, it makes about as much sense as taking away law abiding citizens’ right to bear arms while ignoring that most crimes are committed by criminals with illegal guns.

  4. Coyote says:

    Here’s my take on the 2nd A.

    They can’t have mine.
    They won’t be able to take mine.
    I will always have mine.

    The answer is “No”.

    And that’s it.

  5. Harvey says:

    I hope people in Texas are paying attention. Taking over Colorado has been so successful, I read that Texas is being targeted.

    Here is more on what is going on in Colorado:

    Since it is a 20min audio of a local radio talk show, here is the summary:

    Published on Mar 9, 2013

    On 740 AM KVOR radio this morning Sheriff Terry Maketa stated, in short, that the Sheriffs of Colorado are being threatened, extorted and blackmailed for speaking up for our 2nd amendment rights. These threats are being initiated by the Democratic party and possibly all the way to the top of the party from Senators. The door is open for both state and federal investigation for possible charges.

    Contact your local Sheriff and encourage them to file a formal complaint if they themselves have been threatened and thank them for standing up for our 2nd Amendment rights.

    Gun Rights Across America Colorado thanks Jeff Crank for providing the audio.

  6. barnslayer says:


  7. solaratov says:

    1911 Buyer’s Guide. Long…but worth the read.


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