2nd Amend.

From My Cold Dead Hands Is Not Enough

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Often when I speak about the Second Amendment, the right to keep and bear arms, and what actions we need to take in order to preserve our rights, I am rebuked with the apathetic response, “From my cold dead hands.”

While this is very poetic expression of an admirable sentiment, it is unlikely to ever happen, and unlikely to be effective. But there are things we can do today that are far less costly, far less poetic, and drastically more effective.

When guns are confiscated in the United States, few, if any, have the opportunity to face law enforcement with their weapons and die for the right to keep and bear arms. What happens, more often than not, is that law enforcement or the National Guard come into your home while you’re sleeping and hold you at bay with the select-fire model of the same weapon they came to confiscate from you.

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  • copakeman

    “From My Cold Dead Hands” it is too late for you when that happens. build warning defenses around your home, have escape routes planned when the barney fifes show up at 3am for no lawful reason, except to confiscate all and any weapons you may posess. you and your family, if captured, will dissappear into the socalled fema holding camps never to be heard from again.  John Gault