Tuesday, April 8, 2014

"Range War begins tomorrow.”

Via Lone Voice


Supporters of Nevada cattle rancher Cliven Bundy violated a “First Amendment Area” by staging a rally in support of Bundy, who earlier declared a “range war” against federal authorities in response to a land dispute that threatens to escalate into a Waco-style standoff.

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  1. it would appear that freedom & liberty are being slowly pushed and shoved around to the point of Americans being "allowed" to be free in designated spots now... it also would appear that those doing the pushing are doing so in order to provoke confrontation...

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    1. it also would appear that those doing the pushing are doing so in order to provoke confrontation..

      Can't be ignored anymore.

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    2. Sick motherfuckers...I saw a blm stooge carrying in his m4 and shotgun into his room and asked him if he was ready for war or what and he said yep...

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  2. We sat in relative silence through Waco and Ruby Ridge. I wonder if anyone will stand up this time.

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    1. If the government doesn't refrain from using force to solve this issue, then that means they don't want to.

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  3. Let the .gov assassins see some glint off of distant glass to let them know that they are being "watched" as well.

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    1. Carlos Hathcock, we need you now.

      One of Hathcock's most famous accomplishments was shooting an enemy sniper through the enemy's own rifle scope, hitting him in the eye and killing him.[8] Hathcock and John Roland Burke, his spotter, were stalking the enemy sniper in the jungle near Hill 55, the firebase from which Hathcock was operating. The sniper, known only as the 'Cobra,' had already killed several Marines and was believed to have been sent specifically to kill Hathcock.[7] When Hathcock saw a flash of light (light reflecting off the enemy sniper's scope) in the bushes,[8] he fired at it, shooting through the scope and killing the sniper.[8] Surveying the situation, Hathcock concluded that the only feasible way he could have put the bullet straight down the enemy's scope and through his eye would have been if both snipers were zeroing in on each other at the same time and Hathcock fired first, which gave him only a few seconds to act.[7] Given the flight time of rounds at long ranges, the snipers could have simultaneously killed one another.[8][9] Hathcock took possession of the dead sniper's rifle, hoping to bring it home as a "trophy" but, after he turned it in and tagged it, it was stolen from the armory.[10]

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  4. With respect, Reverend, I disagree that freedom and liberty are being "slowly" pushed aside. I think the only thing limiting the speed with which our would-be rulers arrogate power unto themselves is their lack of imagination. If they haven't yet committed some crime it's because they haven't thought of it.

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  5. So cows are actively searching out turtles and killing them? Maybe the turtles started it and the cows are defending themselves. For crying out loud it's a turtle. the little bastards are everywhere around here....I'll send them some snappers.

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  6. What happened to, "No More Wacos"? Someone, somewhere needs to post up a factual account of the details from the very beginning of this problem.

    I don't believe non-collaterized property should be taken for ANY debt, and there can't be a debt anyway with only one party to the contract. Even if it's trespass, which it undoubtedly shouldn't be, property can't be taken for a crime except as recompense to the victim, of which one is glaringly missing in this incident.

    This is what happens when you have "the people," instead of a person.

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  7. why don't they get the county sherrif to evict the feds for an illegal operation. Push the 10th amendment and see what happens.

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