Apparently guns are so evil that the NFL has banned even off duty cops from carrying them at games. This ban has prompted a lawsuit by two Minn. police orginizations who say it violates state law. If you still support the NFL then you empower the enemy. If you turn the TV on to watch the superbowl then you enrich those who stand for what you despise. We live in a day and age of the NFL being a mouthpiece for the progressive machine. They are now espousing all the beliefs of the regime. If you would like to help them achieve their agenda, feel free. As for me I will take a pass on anything NFL.
“I should never have surrendered.
I should have fought until I was the last man alive.”
Geronimo, on his death bed ,Feb. 17, 1909
I really can’t add anything
This guy just doesn’t get it. I have an acquaintance from Northern Ireland I speak with occasionally. We were in a parking lot one day discussing matters when a squad car drove by. He looked over at me and said “You see that shit? That shit would never happen, that motherfucker would never be able to drive down the road like that. We never gave them anything for free. He would be getting shot at or having rocks or bottles thrown at him. It doesn’t matter where they went, we made sure nothing was free. We knew who was doing that shit, dragging people from there houses or breaking in and killing them. They could say what they wanted but we had proof that they were behind it and we made damn sure that not one life that was lost was for free” I asked him his thoughts on the current situation and he replied that if things continued on their current path, that he could see the same thing happening here. So what is the lesson here? It’s easy, the tyranny of the British and the slaughter of innocents did nothing to instill fear in the residents of Derry. Their “Legal” oppression had quite the opposite effect. Entire areas of the countryside became NO GO zones, places so dangerous that they dare not enter. Yes, these men also had to fear police entering their homes at night and murdering them and their families. Yes , they were on a list compiled by the the state for persecution, but it did not stop them. Oppression sometimes has a strange effect. Some men when righteous, will not stop, will not submit, will not give up while their body still holds one breath. When laws lose their their basis in righteousness, it turns the tables and gives that over to those who they are being used against. A righteous man will not flee. A righteous man will not fear. A righteous man will create free Derry.
Think it will be for free? Think again.
A poetry site? Really?
My words and thoughts are so much more inappropriate
Than the others?
Fearful that I might subvert the poets?
Tear them from their pain and longing
Steal their happy moments
With my words
You have no idea how your cowardice pisses me off
You in your fear cannot stop words
I spit on your sniveling censorship
I will take my things and leave
My closet full of wrinkled poems
And all you will hear are my footsteps
Out the door
It is a sad day in America when we must choose between being free men or criminals. It is a sad day when we must choose between living ” A normal Life” or turning our guns upon our fellow citizens. I am sad today to be in America. I am sad to be an American. Events have bypassed me at a rate that I cannot consider. They have brought me to where I am today ; Where I have the choice to be a criminal, a revolutionary or a citizen. With much regret and sorrow, the lives that I care about in danger , I must follow that path of freedom. I cannot say for other men, but as for me ; Liberty or death. My path it seems has been sealed by fate. Maybe all of our paths have been. We shall see in the morrow. I am an atheist , but let me say , may God and providence be with us.
I will disappear in fog and night
Subdued in sleep and surprise
They will spirit me away
And charge me with my crimes
They will call me many names
All but my own
I will be a traitor or subversive
Because I refuse to swear allegiance
To the police state
And fealty to the men
Clad in black
I will not submit
But they don’t know
That I stole into the great hall of Valhalla
And took with me
One of their mighty spears
Usurped their valor
And took it back with me
Now they will carry me on my shield
Though my burning bier
Be but a lonely cell
And tonight I will dine
In the great hall of Valhalla
That place that sill lives on
In the mind of men
From Connecticut carry
To Officials of the State of Connecticut: Either Enforce or Repeal 2013 Anti-gun Laws.
It’s time for the State to enforce the tyranny they passed or repeal it entirely.
Rocky Hill CT, March 3, 2014: A recent media tidal wave based on false reports and bad journalism has proven a few things about the 2013 Gun Ban: people from Connecticut and around the nation are tired of being threatened; are ready to make a stand; and the State of Connecticut does not have the stomach to enforce the edicts and laws with which they threaten gun owners.
For years, Undersecretary Michael Lawlor, the upper levels of the State Police, and Governor Dannel Malloy have sought to disarm those whom they fear. The laws they passed show that they fear constitutionally and lawfully armed citizens. Despite thousands of gun owners showing up at each legislative session expecting to be heard by their ‘representatives’, government officials seized upon public panic related to the Newtown Massacre, as a means to exert legislative and executive fiats intent upon disarming gun owners who have harmed no one. The Connecticut Executive and Legislative branches showed their cowardice when they installed metal detectors and armed guards at the entrances to the Legislative Office Building (LOB) only for firearms-related hearings. Read the rest below