By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

5 thoughts on “Accurate tweet response to stupid question”
  1. What if the federal government mandated it and if you refused your would be killed? Along with every single solitary gun owner that refuses? Still no? Well you are unworthy of life and you and everyone like you deserve to be killed by the state.

    Here is what they want: they want you to sell your gun to the government for $0 and in exchange the government doesn’t kill you. Yet. Because they would have banned gun ownership and mandated that every single solitary person that does not fived there guns up to the government will be executed without trial. They will kill you later because they desire nothing less than the literal complete and total extermination of the entire population of the United States that ideology oppose them on anything as well as the literal complete and total extermination of the entire population of the United States that would be against that up to and including the literal extermination of all human life in the united state (all 330 million plus) except for democratic party members. The guns get in the way.

    On a sidenote the USFWS just banned lead ammo for hunting by 2026.

  2. Sure, as long as I could still go and buy 2 of the same weapon, or one that was 2x the price. Now, if we’re talking after they “ban” private ownership, then hell to the no.

  3. Only if I, as the seller, am allowed to determine the monetary value and the buyer agrees to pay that price. Because that is how free trade in a free market works.

    If they want to give me $2,000,000,000 for my dusty old .22 LR Ruger plinking pistol, I might consider selling it to them.

    Of course, we all know what would really happen is that they’d get some bureaucratic panel of experts to determine the “value” and that I’d have no option but to participate in their “buyback” scheme… or else.

    1. A government that can’t wait to spend billions of dollars we don’t have to prop up a corrupt Eastern European nation because, Putin, will object to compensating its own citizens because of inflation pressure.

    2. Ish, exactly right. “Buyback” is two lies in one word, an amazing achievement even for the government. “Back” is a lie because they never owned it, and “buy” is a lie because buying requires a willing seller, freely choosing the terms of the sale.

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