Somebody in Facebook took affront to my post ‘Dear Floridians: This will be illegal next year” and left this comment:

And to scare you even more: Four others agree with him.

These are the moment you think “It is good everybody is behind a computer because this is the kind of shit that demands a proper dosage of the Clue By Four.” This has to be somebody who gets only the cute nice notifications from whatever Florida forum telling its members we are doing so good.  If Republicans being in the majority in our legislature was such a great thing, how come not a single pro gun bill passed the legislature in the current year of the Lord 2019?

It is my feeling that a lot of Florida Gun Owners figure that check-marking on (R) at the ballot during elections is enough to guarantee no bad shit will happen to our rights. Then they find themselves confused and even amnesic when the good stuff does not happen. Their effort to follow up on a politician and make him/her do what is right is simply non-existent.  We are talking about politicians for &*%$ sake’s! The same ones you crap on for being corrupt and liars, yet because it is gun rights you immediately think they will do what you want without prodding? Are you kidding me? What level of Cognitive Dissonance is that?

We are so fucked….

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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.

2 thoughts on “Florida: Why we are gonna get screwed next year? Dumb attitudes and expectations”
  1. “Virginia will never happen here.”

    A lot of things never happened. Until they did. They can go and explain away Virginia as a fluke, a red state flipping blue within a decade. But they got to know it will happen.

    And why the VCDL just upped their recruitment numbers.

    1. Proud member of VCDL.
      Florida should have an FCDL.
      VCDL members have a Lobby Day every year when the legislature convenes in Richmond.
      Peaceful, respectful, non-confrontational meetings with legislators, calmly discussing why our gun rights are so important. Bringing back good info on which legislators understand gun rights, which may listen to reason, and who is intransigent. And telling members, and by extension, the friends and colleagues who may be persuaded to vote, write letters, or do other good work.

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