So, what happens if the gun-control bill sought by Obama manages to pass thru both houses and then gets signed into law? Will this make instant felons out of anyone holding these firearms who refuse to turn them in? Will the ATF go after these weapons the same way they did at Waco and Ruby Ridge? Will the American people do nothing this time as well?
People need to understand that just because sheriffs refuse to do any confiscating, this will be the end of it. The ATF maintains offices in all 50 states and has its own SWAT teams. They will simply disregard local police and go about taking the guns themselves.
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Over the years of reading your website, I’ve grown accustomed to your bigotry against the Catholic Church.
I have to admit, though, I was surprised to see WND’s swipe at the RCC in its petition supporting the BSA.
You do a disservice to the BSA and God by promoting bigotry against one institution(RCC) side-by-side with a solicitation for support for the BSA, whom you feel the homosexual lobby is being bigoted against. Do you not see the hypocrisy?
[To Joseph Farah:] Sir, you are scarily on target ["Why is government stockpiling guns, ammo?"]. All U.S. citizens should be very concerned about a fascist-style takeover.
I don’t understand why the media are in the bag for this. What are they expecting to gain from this?
Thank you for your efforts and awareness of this potentially tragic event.
By purchasing up all the available ammo, the government prevents the rest of us from adding to our stocks and replacing our current ammo. I went looking for .223 ammo; you can only find stuff that goes for nearly $2/round. The websites claim several weeks before they can get any new stock.
Your assessment of the situation is disturbing.
[To Joseph Farah:] Great and insightful article; I’m glad Drudge linked to it.
Keep up the great reporting. I wish more media did real reporting and not just regurgitate government-issued talking points. I will be following your work now.
Chelsea: Your story echoes some of what I read in Wendy Shalit’s book “Modesty: A Hidden Virtue.”
I am in Korea now. When I was ready to marry I had a hard time finding American women whose sense of femininity and graciousness matched that of women I’ve met here. Sadly, this culture is changing also as women here absorb the cultural milieu of the West.