SURE They Wouldn’t

Over at Bearing Arms, another silly question:

If the FBI will “mislead” to seize assets, why wouldn’t they do the same to take guns?

As the man says, to ask the question is to answer it.

I think that the time is rapidly approaching when the feds will just come in whenever they feel like it, take whatever of yours that they feel like taking, and fuck you up if you dare question them.  Hell, they probably have a drawer full of pre-signed (possibly forged) warrants that they can fill in with the necessary details, wave in your face, and then conveniently “lose” after the raid.  If they bother to do even that.

My question:  Why the fuck should we believe anything that law enforcement says, anymore?

Once again, to ask the question is to answer it.

And to quote another wise man (H.L. Mencken):

“Every normal man must be tempted at times to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats.”

Are we there yet, Ma?


  1. it’s legal for the government to lie to you but it is illegal for you to lie to the government. That’s the basis of it all. Theft is wrong for citizens but it’s acceptable for the government to do it. yeah, this bureaucracy needs a significant improvement


      1. Kim,
        I believe that you have described the improvements in far more detail than I have on here. I think you have a picture of a Liberty Tree that you post from time to time that would be appropriately employed as well as references to a colonial era specialty of clothing such bureaucrats.

        But as in Hitchcock’s masterpiece “Psycho” where he didn’t show any gruesome acts on the camera, he just let the audience’s imagination do the work, so to is this a good application on imagination.


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