JS-Kit/Echo comments for article at http://smallestminority.blogspot.com/2007/10/be-consoled-that-you-are-winning-battle.html (3 comments)

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jsid-1193485336-582664  Breda at Sat, 27 Oct 2007 11:42:16 +0000

Hey, Kevin! I think the yoga/shooting connection is a common thing. I wrote about it myself here. I find it really interesting that so many people would have the same idea about it.

jsid-1193494586-582668  Robb Allen at Sat, 27 Oct 2007 14:16:26 +0000

I don't trust her.

I'm reading Lt. Col. David Grossman's "On Combat" (a fantastic read, btw). It talks about battle fatigue and that the best time to attack your enemy is immediately after they just "won" a battle.

The sensation of winning will relax you, will give you the illusion that you just won the war and take you off guard.

This is what she's trying to do. Don't forget, our "masters" in DC are actively trying to reinstate the gun ban.

jsid-1193588141-582747  Robert at Sun, 28 Oct 2007 16:15:41 +0000

I think we are LOSING big time. The BATFE is making constant and total war on us. The UN is getting ready for a democratic administration to push the small arms limitation treaty. All police depts I have every heard of, plus the Feds, state, National Guard, et, are willing to enthusiastically follow even illegal orders to disarm US citizens. (Katrina. You think a state law will stop them when the 2nd Amendment didn't?) California has banned various types of firearms and added microstamping to the national mix. Schumer has conned the NRA into going along with an important incremental step in banning firearms for anyone who ever had therapy.

And we are getting more states to add liscenses for the expression of a Constitutional Civil Right?

Even the number of hunters is plummetting. I'd be of good cheer over the long view if I was anti-gun rights.

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