“My two cents:
1 Don’t shoot or in any way attack LEO or National guard troops; it is a sure fire way to turn people away from your cause. Refuse to obey unconstitutional laws but don’t refuse to obey the police, your fight is in court not with the police.
2. If you did choose to take someone’s life, a politician or other anti-American activist, which I would advise against, do not use a gun. The opposition would use the fact that you used a gun against you. Don’t forget they are painting you as rabid killers who are armed.
3, The fight is political, form groups to bring your cause to the public and fight this at the ballot box. Win the hearts and minds of your fellow citizens.
4. Tell your people, your followers and supporters that you are a law abiding supporter of the constitution and anyone who breaks the law does not represent you and your beliefs.
You clearly haven’t put two seconds’ considered thought into this.
I have one deadly serious question for you:
At what point do you draw the line, and stop cucking?
The Colonial Militia opened fire in 1775 when TPTB came for their guns, and their leaders.
Maybe I’m sentimental about the principle, but that sounds like a pretty good historical precedent to me.
You want to try fighting that battle after you’re disarmed, before the same courts that refused to throw such prima facie unconstitutional laws out, for decades, and you may as well just drive yourself down to the railroad yard and self-load onto a boxcar now.
If not your guns, then over what?
If not right then, when?
If you won’t fight when you’re armed, how will you do it when you’re disarmed?
“THESE are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman.” – Thomas Paine
“If you love wealth greater than liberty, the tranquility of servitude greater than the animating contest for freedom, go home from us in peace. We seek not your counsel, nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you; May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.” – Sam Adams
It’s as if you couldn’t wait to run out and say “Any suggestion that someone might actually stand up for their rights in any meaningful way was unintentional” and “Hey, we don’t want to, you know, piss off TPTB or make things hard for their dutiful minions, right?”
In short, I cannot see any point of agreement with one word you wrote.
You’re twenty years and more behind the times.
For you, the catch-up is going to be a cast-iron bitch.
In the meantime, when the penny drops, and you realize the people “who break the law and do not represent you” are the very government and its organs you won’t lift a finger to oppose, will your head explode? Or will you just sit there in stunned shock while smoke exits your ears?
Or in your theory of government, do unjust laws enforced by unjust thugs for unjust ends nonetheless constitute a binding power over you until serendipity and happy accident grant you a magical do-over, and restore your surrendered weapon(s) to you?
8,518,000 Virginians were kind of wondering, just for openers.