the government's recent purchases of large amounts of small arms ammo has got a lot of people very excited, and i am not so sure exactly why.
well, of course, it is meant for use on "us." who else would homeland security and obama's assorted little minions intend it for?
i've seen various of those minions shoot. they are going to need a lot of ammo, because they are not very good shots. and, oddly enough, quite a few of them have only rudimentary knowledge of shooting and firearms, at best: in spite of all their web gear and "training."
they'll make very good looking corpses if they take on the american people.
look, they only can carry so much of the stuff at one time, and the rest of it stays behind in warehouses, where it will be very handy for the rest of us to steal from them after we've shot they them up a little bit. our money paid/is paying for it, so in a very real sense it is our ammo, and it is very accommodating of the feds to manufacture it for us only to later make it available for our theft. it means we'll never run out.
keep in mind. there are about 40 or 50 million of us who take to the woods and marshes and fields every fall, hunting for deer, ducks and pheasants. not all of my friends are accomplished shots, but some are, having a life time behind the rifle, a lot of it in active military service, and a lot of it as competitive shooters at the highest level.
almost all of them despise obama, reid, pelosi, napolitano and that insipid pot bellied fat butted idiot from california, feinstein.
there are lots more of us than of them, and we shoot better, and a lot of us are irascible old shits not inclined to ask for quarter, nor to give it. if it comes to trading shots, we'll kick the living shit out of them. period.
john jay @ 02.28.2013
p.s. if various of the persons who think "they run things" get this all going, they are sadly mistaken if they think that they do not do so at their peril. as john cash say, "there's a man goin' round, takin' names, ... ." there will be retribution. i rather hope that all this happens, i think it will be good for the country to excise a bit of dead wood in a good little dust up.
california and new york are good places to start, and, of course, illinois will be on the agenda.