Resolute resolve

Dave Killion — January 1, 2012

Last year I resolved to boycott the penny, only to revisit my resolution a few months later. Technically, I would have to call that a fail, but I am undaunted. This year I resolve to acquire some skill that is valuable on the black market, because you never know when something like that could come in handy. I might try to lose some weight, while I’m at it.

If you haven’t made a resolution, and are interested in one, please consider taking whatever steps you need in order to acquire a firearm. I know guns aren’t for everyone, but they are one of those things it is better to have and not need, than the other way around. Furthermore, although gun regulation is moving in a more liberal direction in both Canada and the US, it only takes a change in government to alter that. So long as a majority government can be elected by a plurality of voters, our rights are at risk… especially the rights we don’t exercise. So get a gun, because the more there are out there, the harder it will be for the state to disarm us.

And think about joining me in getting a black-marketable skill, too. Resolve to be a threat to the state.


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