Quote of the Day – A Girl and Her Gun (01/02/2013)

Unless you are planning on using your gun to kill or giving it/selling it to someone who is, your buy back is nothing more than another thing to make you feel good. Listen closely to what has been said a million times by a million smart folks…your feel good move WILL NOT make a flying flipping bit of difference in terms of keeping your kid, my kid, any kid safe in schools, movie theaters, banks, parks…

(Emphasis mine)
A Girl and Her Gun – I Got Your Buy Back…
January 1st, 2013

[Most of the clamoring I’ve heard recently, including the BS being introduced in congress is the same old song and dance we’ve always heard.  It’s the classic, “Do it again but only harder.”

What’s the definition of insanity again?  It happens to be the same as futility.

 The act of doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result.

As Joe has so rightly pointed out though we need an orthogonal solution.  The problem is, they are unwilling to accept any solution but that which they want.  To them that is the only answer to the problem, their problem as defined by them.  Both sides of the debate admit there is a problem and want to find a solution.  One side of this debate doesn’t want to debate though, they want to lecture and do what they want.

Currently I’m sick of the BS being spouted by that particular group and as far as I’m concerned can be run out of the discussion.  We had the discussion on their talking points and they lost.  If they don’t want to grow up and actually discuss things like a reasonable and rational person, difficult given the prevalence for Peterson Syndrome, they can go sit at the kids table and eat while the grownups talk.

Ultimately A Girl’s conclusion is right:

So when another attack happens because no effective change took place I hope you are still feeling good about yourself. As for me, I prefer to do what at least has a chance of working. You will not be getting my gun. Not for 200 bucks or for $500 or for $1000 or…you get the picture.

Another attack will happen, it is an inevitability.  The choice of tool by the killer may change, but this tragedy will happen again as long as we keep redoing the same failed solutions.  China has had a string of similar incidents where a knife was used instead of a firearm.

For those of you who think that we can negotiate and retain some of our rights.  What happens when the next attack occurs? Or the one after that?  They will come and nibble again and again, stripping your rights away.  Ultimately to the point where they are trying to outlaw kitchen knives.

We stand to gain nothing by negotiating with the enemy on this front, instead we stand to lose everything.  Now is the time to stand up and fight.

If you haven’t contacted your reps, do so now.  That link will allow you to contact all your reps in one shot.  I spent some time last weekend and wrote individual personalized letters to each of my reps.  If you have the time, do it.  Don’t let the work of the past 19 years undoing the damage sink and fade into the darkness. -B]

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TMM is the owner, editor, and principal author at The Minuteman, a competitive shooter, and staff member for Boomershoot. Even in his free time he’s merging his love and knowledge of computers and technology with his love of firearms. Many know his private name and information however due to the current political climate, many are distancing themselves due to the abandonment of Due Process.

3 Responses to Quote of the Day – A Girl and Her Gun (01/02/2013)

  1. Lyle says:

    Yup. we need to hit back with our own proposals, such as, for example, fully enforcing the second amendment in all places at all times. It would be a great idea, too, to punish those who would disarm people in certain places and times, leaving them defenseless, thereby inviting attack.

    • You know, I’d be happy with a medium on that one. Instead if you create a gun free zone, or area where people are otherwise inhibited from the tools of self-defense, the bodies that created and enforce said regulation are liable for the safety and well being of all within.

      So for example, disarmed on an airline flight, if it is hijacked, the airline and airport all share liability for each person. When I say liability by the way, I mean financial as well as criminal.

      The pilots family as well as crews can be held financially liable for failure to perform his duties. All workers for the TSA, or other security company, at the originating airport will be charged with involuntary manslaughter along with the airport, as well as anyone else who was responsible for enforcing said policy. The government however should be barred from making any such policy, reference The Second Amendment.

      The easier example though would be a movie theater. Gun free zone and you have a mass killing or other crime, all the employees and management are immediately charged with involuntary manslaughter or accessories to the other crime.

      If you want to make a gun free zone for safety, well you need to have your ass on the line to prove it’s worth. If you don’t think you can guarantee the safety of those within, do not disarm them.

  2. Old NFO says:

    Concur on the full enforcement of the laws!!! There are damn sure enough of them already!!!