Oh, back to Timothy McVeigh again?<quoted text>
No, my point is you guys sound exactly like Timothy McVeigh. A point you cannot refute. Anything else you ramble about is just you trying to muddy the waters on that fact.
Well since you love quotes so much, try this one on for size:
"In the wake of the Newtown massacre, polls show the great majority of Americans are now insisting that the ability to live free from the fear or threat of gun violence is a fundamental democratic right – one that far supercedes any so-called personal gun rights allegedly contained in the Second Amendment.
In fact, the right-wing extremists opposing all efforts to curb gun violence are the same forces that rallied behind Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, hoping to undermine every other democratic right as well as the living standards of workers and ordinary Americans. It is for that reason, as well as the need to protect public safety, that the same coalition of labor and its allies that worked so hard and effectively to re-elect President Barack Obama must now go all-out to back his s for gun law reform.
As Obama has charged, the extremists recklessly “gin up fear” that the government is coming to take away hunting rifles and personal weapons owned for legitimate self-defense. Led by the hate-mongering leadership of the National Rifle Association, they use a totally fraudulent and only very recent interpretations of the Second Amendment which they falsely claim as necessary for protecting every other freedom contained in the Bill of Rights….
Actually, the Second Amendment wasn’t enacted with any of these things in mind. The amendment was adopted as a means to enable the new American republic, lacking a standing army or state national guards, to muster militia to put down domestic uprisings, including slave revolts, to repulse any attempted return by the British and to deal with clashes with Native Americans on the expanding frontier. These issues vanished long ago. The Second Amendment is obsolete and now has been twisted to threaten the basic safety and security of all Americans."
Now this sounds something like Joe Biden or Barack Obama woulds say. Maybe even Nazi Piglosi. But guess who made this statement (and more if you care to click on the link)? This is a quote from Rick Nagin, head of The Ohio Communist Party and National board Member of the US Communist party.