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The List

This! I’m pretty much screwed if this shit gets real. I’ve been outspoken and vocal, and have not taken much effort to hide who I am. But it can’t make us afraid to speak. They don’t have the money or the resources to put all of us in prison. If you’ve bought a gun in the past 40 years, you’re in “the list.” Get over it. Get active.

10 Responses to “The List”

  1. Brad says:

    People of the gun.

    http://ammo.net/people-of-the-gun

    Heck, I need to start a blog just so I can join too!

  2. Pete says:

    Shit. To get a Jersey Firearms ID card I got fingerprinted and they were submitted to the EFF-BEE-EYE.

    • Zermoid says:

      I had one of those too, still have it somewhere, I also had an FFL so I not only have my fingerprints but a photo on file at the FBI, BATFE and God only knows where else.

  3. motomed says:

    I try to stay off lists if I can avoid it, but it’s totally naive to think you can stop big brother from knowing something about you if he decides he wants to know it.

  4. MAJMike says:

    I’m on all sorts of lists.

    Remember what the Lib-Cong told us. Dissent is the highest form of patriotism. I aim to misbehave.

  5. Bill says:

    There’s no doubt I’m on one. Not only am I arguing in NY, I’ve butted heads with Cuomo when he was head of AG office and my story is cringe worthy but I’m not going into detail here.

    Suffice it to say they are absolutely committed to protecting their own.

    So all of you who think the government won’t play dirty. Wake up.

    • Zermoid says:

      Also don’t think the Govt doesn’t kill people who know too much. I knew of a VA doctor who knew too much, and when they ‘transferred’ him to a different state he said to watch the news, he’d be dead within a month as he was involved in classified stuff and “knew too much”. He was dead 3 weeks after leaving. Co-incidence???

      • Harold says:

        Or maybe someone planning to commit suicide and laying down a false trail?

        I watched too much of this sort of thing in the Clinton Administration, e.g. I can state with confidence that Vince Foster didn’t die where he was found, although I doubt he was otherwise a victim of foul play, and e.g. one of those “inexplicable” suicides happened a block or two from where I was living in Arlington. But with the tremendously better communications infrastructure we have today we’re not noticing anything of same sort.

        Maybe “they” are less maladroit. Or it’s clear Clinton wanted to be feared on a personal level, lèse majesté was enforced by his IRS and in one case the Chicago Police. In fact I can remember with amazement the first time it was reported that someone insulted him in public and nothing happened (well, she was a young Californium woman, probably fit since she was jogging, so many he gave her a bye because of that). Obama doesn’t see to care that much about that sort of thing.

  6. Boyd says:

    A group of friends and I (CLAW) used to recruit NRA members at our states largest gun show. Towards the end of the 90′s it seemed like more and more people would say stupd sh*! like this. I remember arguing with one of them, asking them if their family had any members during the “greatest generation” and if that person was with them, what would they think of someone unwilling to put their name down for freedom? I have since tried to take a more tactful approach :)

    But frankly that’s what I think when I hear a steaming pile like “I dun wanna be on no list”. People -died-, in droves, across several generations, fighting for your freedom. They were right, it was worth it, do your part.

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