No Bullets, No Guns ~ Ask A Horse PI2013 #023

PI2013 #023 – No Bullets, No Guns


“After a shooting spree, they always want to take the guns away from the people who didn’t do it.”

~  William Burroughs 


January 9th, 2013

Liberty Lovers, Every American Taxpayer Now “Owes” “The (federal) State” $142,935, every citizen $52,184.

“25 States allow anyone to buy a gun, strap it on, and walk down the street with no permit of any kind: some say it’s crazy. However, 4 out of 5 US murders are committed in the other half of the country: so who is crazy?” ~  Andrew Ford 

Gun Control Advocates Lost no time using Newtown-Sandy Hook tragedy to call for more restrictive ownership measures.  Some contend ammunition/magazine limits, not restricting possession, is how to stop such incidents.

“Gun bans don’t disarm criminals, gun bans attract them.” ~  Walter Mondale

No Or Precious Few bullets is tantamount to no guns.  Tiananmen Square’s “Tank Man” would not likely have been a martyr had he, too, been driving a tank.

“Among the many misdeeds of the British rule in India, history will look upon the act of depriving a whole nation of arms, as the blackest.”~  Mahatma Gandhi

Never Accept 2nd Amendment Dilution or banishment.  “State” permission is not required for self-defense.  “The State” may not deny people self-defense, either by means or degree; to do so is calculated tyranny.
“The usual road to slavery is that first they take away your guns, then they take away your property, then last of all they tell you to shut up and say you are enjoying it.” ~  James A. Donald 

People Intending To Live In Liberty do not allow legislators – or other public officials within These United States of America, to prohibit or restrict private ownership of firearms and ammunition from any citizen of good repute and responsible standing. They preserve their heritage to protect themselves from crime and tyranny.

Let Freedom Ring


— It’s your property, not “State” property.

Best Wishes,

Len Ritchey

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