Marine Writes Letter to Sen. Dianne Feinstein:

‘I will not be disarmed’
“…I am not your subject. I am the man who keeps you free. I am not your servant. I am the person whom you serve. I am not your peasant. I am the flesh and blood of America…”

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16 Responses to Marine Writes Letter to Sen. Dianne Feinstein:

  1. Andrew Berwick says:

    There’s only one kind of “letter” a marine could send to Feinstein –

    what’s ironic is that every single marine has promised to send that letter to Feinstein and indeed to every single Dem from the Kenyan on down – when they swore to protect the constitution from all enemies, foreign and domestic.

    • Ronbo says:

      If I were a worthless Left Turd like Feinstein or Obama, I’d be worried about the fact that the military and law enforcement swear an oath to support and defend the U.S. Constitution – and not to the traitorous parasites like them who infect our sacred Republic with the deadly virus of socialism. :twisted:

  2. KG says:

    Just so, Andrew.

  3. Diamond Mair says:

    Andrew, as a former Marine, may I ask that you capitalize when referring to members of the USMC? Lower case indicates something without legs, existing ONLY in water. :lol:

    Ye-eah, I’m thinking Dianne the Dim, for whom gun laws are merely to swept aside, has pretty well lost any current/former military votes – with the abundance of moonbats, however, I doubt she’ll notice ……………………………

    When the store re-stocks {they sold out between election day & Christmas}, my “this year’s” big Christmas gift from the FodGuy is a Springfield XD 40 – I’d LIKE to get it in tan, but since it’s for work, it’ll probably be black or two tone ………………………………. check out XD’s single stacks – our cardiologist carries a double, but is looking to replace with the single stack, for easier concealment :smile:

    Semper Fi’

  4. Contempt says:

    Dear Diane, My God these people. Do I hear the sound of a glacier breaking free? Or something?

  5. Redbaiter says:

    Sipsey Street Irregulars

    “Our job is to put them on notice so that they don’t blunder uninformed into this civil war that the unintended consequences of their actions will spark. Our job will be to get in their faces and say plainly, “If you try to take our firearms we will kill you.””

    • Andrew Berwick says:

      They’ve already said they’re going to take our guns.

      The time to move is now.

    • Ronbo says:

      Well said!

      If the Obama Regime even attempts a lame mass seizure of firearms, it will the signal for a Second U.S. Civil War.

      The line has been drawn in the sand.

      The talk and actions by millions of Americans in the most massive buying of military style assault rifles in our history point to an arms race between them and their own federal government, which, by the way, just recently purchased billions of rounds of hollow point ammunition that – per the Geneva Convention – can only used against domestic civilians.

      Interesting that the American Revolution started on April 19, 1775 when the British Army marched north from Boston to seize the legally purchased supplies of powder and firearms led by the colonial resistance – their own British colonial militia.

      Will history repeat itself once again?

  6. KG says:

    “If you try to take our firearms we will kill you.””

  7. bold young man-=

    I pray for his suety- as I do not trust the those in ‘power’ in the US gvt. ///

  8. safety!
    time to go to bed!

  9. Darin says:

    A comment from a newspaper forum-

    The idiocy of our legal system,New York has many examples of this.Take the case of the Happy Land Arsonist-

    “Compare bad apples to bad apples. 1990, single perpetrator crime against a mass group in USA. Happy Land arson, Bronx, New York. One man, with $1 dollar worth of gasoline, less than a gallon, started a fire that resulted in the death of 87 people. That beats the Virgina Tech gunman. The arsonist was caught and convicted, González was charged with 174 counts of murder—two for each victim—and was found guilty on 87 counts of arson and 87 counts of murder on August 19, 1991. For each count he received the sentence maximum of 25 years to life (a total of 4,350 years). It was the most substantial prison term ever imposed in the state of New York. He will be eligible for parole in March 2015 because New York law states that multiple murders occurring during one act will be served concurrently, rather than consecutively.
    where is the call to ban gasoline and containers greater than a quart?”

    • Andrew Berwick says:

      Let alone the justice and freedom issues –

      just think about how much money one man with an AR-15 would have saved the taxpayers of the State of New York!

    • Ronbo says:

      You miss the point.

      The Left wants private firearms banned in America because they are shitting their pants with worry that the Patriots might blow them out of power…literally…they know they are traitors to the Republic.

      Also, they remember April 19, 1775…

  10. RWT says:

    That smug cretin and a growing number of Americans disagree with that marine.

    More and more are willing to believe that the ruling class should have armed protection while they do not.