Posted 23 January 2013 - 08:01 PM
If it is any consulation, I can only relay a story I once heard about the War on Drugs. It seems it was the popular opinion of those folks that were "intimately connected" to the War on Drugs (on either side) that the best thing to happen to the illicit drug market was the US declaring "WAR" on it. Apparently, the results of the "war" were that the drugs were now more plentiful, cheaper, and of higher quality than ever before.
This same phenomena seems to apply to the War on Poverty (well, maybe not cheaper but dang sure more plentiful and higher payouts!) and the War on Terror.
So, my guess is that soon we will have more guns and ammo available than we know what to do with if the current Idiot in Chief keeps at his attacks on the 2nd Amendment!
Humanity is a parade of fools, and I am at the front of it, twirling a baton.
"Often the more you understand, the less you forgive" - Jillian Becker, Former Director, Institute for the Study of Terrorism
"We have no weapons and no chances. No weapons and no church. We live in a land that's not ours."
- P. J. O'Rourke's notes from Warsaw while behind the Iron Curtain in 1986