Tuesday, May 25, 2010

It still has to be ratified.

Clinton just signed the UN small arms treaty. This treaty intends to take all guns out of the hands of everyone not in the military or law enforcement.

All hope is not yet lost, however: the treaty still has to be ratified by congress. And, given the trends in the nation pushing toward nation-wide "shall-issue" concealed carry laws, and the expansion of the Castle Doctrine laws amongst the states, it might not be ratified.

If the filthy bastards sitting in congress continue in their trend of not listening to the people that hired them, I'll be willing to bet that each and every one of them would be replaced, and every bit of legislation that the creeps have passed limiting our freedom would likely be repealed.

Honestly, I don't want to see this come down to the wire. I hope it's not ratified. I wouldn't want to bet that the resolution wouldn't be preceded by another bloodbath like in the 1860's.


  1. If the UN tries to disarm the American Public, they'll find out why our Founding Fathers gave us the 2nd Amendment to the Bill of Rights

  2. In WWII, Japanese Admiral Yamamoto advised the monarchy against invading the American mainland because (and this is a paraphrase from memory) there would be a rifle behind every blade of grass.

    In other words, their best military leader knew that the common people would rise up to defend their own country.

    I think we still would. Especially in the more Red-State, redneck areas.

  3. Exactly right about Yamamoto. This is a man who had no fear of the US military and decimated our Pacific fleet but feared an armed American Public.