CSGV: Advice from Iñigo Montoya.

“You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”
Iñigo Montoya

According to Webster:

  • Elect: to select by vote for an office, position, or membership.
  • Official: one who holds or is invested with an office.

According to CSGV’s website they are: “Composed of 44 civic, professional and religious organizations and 100,000 individual members that advocate for a ban on the sale and possession of handguns.”

The NRA sports 4 million members so, when election day comes, we do tend to have the power.  No matter what Hugo Chavez and others might have told you, in this country we do not elect petty congressional dictators, we elect representatives and thus, they represent our wishes and desires and must work to achieve them. When they forget, they get sent packing and we elect somebody else who will represent us.

And if a majority of them decide to ignore the “poor peasants’ that elected them, work against the Constitution and the Voters by any and all means including the misuse of power via arms, that is where you can most certainly believe the “insurrectionist” will apply the Second Amendment.

5 Replies to “CSGV: Advice from Iñigo Montoya.”

  1. Every time I read coalition to stop GUN violence, all I can think of is Full Metal Jackets “This is my rifle, This is my gun, This is for fighting, This is for fun”!




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  2. You know, if these 100,000 or so, who hate our freedoms and Constitution so much, would be willing to relocate to Australia or Great Britain (the gun free paradises of the world, ahem), I bet the NRA could ask the members for airline points and/or donations to pay for their 1-way tickets.

    I really like how they pout and say if only our craven representatives would take on the big and bad NRA then we would achieve gun-free peace.

    They do forget the HUGE difference in numbers as was pointed out that says many politicians will pay a price for such activity. Joining the NRA is a voluntary action, so to equate it to a ruthless organization seems a little silly because people do not have to join or stay in it, if they do not agree with its activities or stances.

    What they should really be worried about is the SAF which is kicking their ass!




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  3. Miguel- not a comment on this post so much as a comment on the majority of your posts.
    I want to thank you very much for being a better man than I.
    I don’t know how you manage to go to that filthy scumbag site every day and read the filth they espouse. My hat is off to you, Sir. Keep up the good work you are doing. God bless.
    Shy




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