The better to see you with!
And in Pennsylvania around 50% of the population are concealed carry holders and in 2021 there were over 945,000 hunting licenses issued.
Just food for thought.
Keep the cream filling on the inside.
Keep that up kids, and Kiko’s young’un is gonna have a life long companion growing up at the ranch.
There it is.
In 2022 Texas Hunter Education instructors taught 52,706 students, mostly teens and tweens. The state sold 1,214,728 hunting licenses. Those hunters had 15 incidents with people injured, one of them fatal. That’s more than I’d like, but a pretty good record.
Last I heard there were more than 20 million carry licensees, even considering that more than half the states don’t require one.
“A rifle behind every blade of grass.”
According to a recent Rand Institute study, over 46% of households in my state, New Hampshire, have at least one gun, giving it the 19th highest gun ownership rate in the country. I don’t know the split between sidearms and long guns, but we do have a robust hunting culture up here.
“A gun behind every blade of grass” indeed!
Minor quibble: “…over 46% of households in my state, New Hampshire, admitted they have at least one gun…” instead of the more traditional “non of your effin business” response.
Ohhhh….orange vests. How pretty. Almost as pretty as UN blue helmets.
(Psst. Hunters — this week, wear only International Safety Yellow instead! Pass it on!)
Considering the odds as explained above, that ‘target rich environment’ would dwindle quickly.
And our government, those in those orange vests, is killing as many Christian cultured people and young men and soldiers as it can by continuing a war which should have never started in the first place and should have stopped with a ceasefire long ago, which had been agreed to. A current government official had set up the coup of the elected oppressive government led by a Russian part of Ukraine. The US supported the current president’s rise to power. Kamala Harriss stated that Ukraine needed to be part of NATO when Russian tanks and forces were positioned at the border. Russia fights to stay together. Keep the country together. Other objectives are secondary. Having a military that is woke and compassionate to child mutilation is not part of it. Accepting refugees is down the list.
We accept an invasion army of military aged, determined men.
The Ukrainians and Russians contain a large Eurasian collection of military aged people that support the values that American people (not the usurpers) hold. Continuing the war continues a crime against humanity and genocide. That includes by our government. This war is insane.
The unnecessary deaths continue.
Our people may be required to defend themselves and our nation (including the Indian nations).
The details of who and why in all of this would fill books.
The Constitution is the best way. The Constitution is not a suicide pact. They are taking advantage of the fog of war. If that is necessary, we should realize it. Self-defense is part of natural law and common law and God’s law. As appropriate is best.
Continue the culture. Have children and educate them.
Sorry, can’t support the orcs regardless of who supports either side. Russia puppeted in a Russia aligned leader for Ukraine, the US puppeted in a USA aligned leader.
Russia was “peaceful” as long as somebody strong was in the White House, but the instant they saw their chance, they moved outside of their own borders. There’s a reason every one of their neighbors (barring Beloruss, which is a vassal state) wants to belong to NATO.
Add to that, the whole reason Ukraine was open to invasion was that the US talked them into giving up their own nukes in exchange for a promise that we’d protect them from the Bear. And then abandoned them when the bear started chewing pieces of their country off.
No, regardless of how it started, Russia needs to get its face pushed in every time it gets expansionist. Which is every time it senses weakness in the PTB.
Methinks Travis might not be thinking of politics… If he is, he’s living wrong…
You spelled it wrong
I my old hunting days, you were not supposed to shoot the orange vests/coats/hats/etc. But they sure do catch the eye and etc.
I doubt that the left fears an insurrection. And I hope that doesn’t happen; there are too many outside forces, nations and groups, that hate us and would move into a ‘house divided against itself.’ What they may fear is individual action; if they push too hard, will many decide by themselves to act by themselves?
Not “insurrection” but civil separation and/or secession into two distinct sovereign nations…and foreign intervention or advantage is the very last of our worries when the CRA comes around…
The only thing we have to fear is fear itself, and the republic blowing up, but what good is the reublic as it now stands?
And here’s how you set that off…
Call it insurrection or secession or separation, whatever, but if this shit comes to pass you can just call it WAR!
Tim Kaine is a retard, and anybody who listens to his drivel deserves to be mocked.
They don’t need to listen, that pod is just the spokespuppet to say what they’ve been planning forever, just one more in their arsenal of means and methods to prevent that crazy strawberry blonde bastard from accepting the choice of 52% of the real citizen voters to navigate all that shit.
To reiterate, if they are successful, by this or whatever made up gambit, to prevent the legitimate president from taking his seat, again, then this time it is either war or submission to subjugation forever.
“civil separation and/or secession into two distinct sovereign nations”
The problem of that is we aren’t dealing with Red and Blue states. Look at a county-level map of the last election. The divide is cities v rural.
Oregon is a good example. Most of the counties vote conservative, but the population of Portland tilts the state balance progressive. California east of the mountains is conservative, as is Illinois outside of Chicago, and several others.
One of the most conservative states is mine, Texas, but there’s Austin and Houston voting progressive.
So how could the U.S. divide?
Yes sir, as has been discussed here several times (including county by county red/blue maps) the division will not be geographical this time around, but cultural. How the semantics and infrastructure are worked out is TBD. I still would like someone who is familiar with the apparently well along plans (500 page guidelines) for the parallel government that I recently mentioned here. If somebody is not familiar and can link us to the details I will ferret it out and post here to see where other like-minded folks see us headed.
As mentioned previously though, we better get headed there soon.
Which of those foreign powers will have the wherewithal to invade us when our government can’t foot the bill?
The very reason the east is moving to BRICS is that they’re terrified the US monetary system is collapsing, and with it being the global currency, if we go, they all go.
…”nuhhh”, as in, “nut”?…
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