Several examples of Christians opposing all violence and means of self defense have been in the news lately, and I can't deal with all such examples. But three particular examples come to mind, and I first want to show you one example from Mr. Robert Schenck in a ridiculously titled article, Christ or a Glock. "Well, first of all you're making an immediate decision that if someone invades your home, they are going to die," Rev. Schenck replied. "So you are ready to kill another human being [read more]
As for the first part of his statement, it’s funny he prefaced it with “But I’ll be honest with you,” and then failed to mention who has done comparison shopping in such neighborhoods and then reported which purchase offered more quantity and variety selections, was quicker, easier, less expensive and scary, and carried fewer inherent risks. It’s also funny he failed to mention why that was the fault of gun owners, and where he got the talking point from.
Barry is a liar, and he’s not very creative either. He has to use the lies created by other people in order to have talking points. It’s a far cry from his lofty rhetoric and prediction of the cessation of the “rising of the tides” with his advent. David has written a good article and vetted Obama’s sources on this one. I find it amusing when we know their tricks. Similarly, their astroturfing has been such an abysmal failure that it does more for our side than theirs. Read all of David’s piece.
This unimaginably courageous man, “armed” only with a shopping bag, is one of CSGV’s despised “insurrectionists”? Granted, one could make the case that refusing to meekly surrender to the government’s unlimited coercive force is indeed “insurrectionist” behavior, even when unarmed, and thus doomed. The Chinese government no doubt believes it was. But isn’t that a good thing–something to be admired, even revered?
Very good catch, Kurt. Go read what Kurt is talking about. And no, CSGV couldn’t care less about ending totalitarianism’s rule over the people, leading to such things as the murder of children under the still-enforced one-child policy. As long as the collective is unhindered in its aims, then the CSGV is happy. That says all sorts of remarkably bad, ugly, obscene things about Josh Horwitz, doesn’t it?
Yes, tar and feathers. It seems to me that it’s past time for disobedience and threats. Until the federal government has a healthy fear of the people, they will continue to perpetrate this sort of obscenity.