Oregon militia standoff is unconstitutional

Bubba at the standoff

They’re screaming their constitutional rights by taking over and holding a federal U.S. building which is against the law, as far as I know. But common sense doesn’t work with these gun nuts; they only understand what they want and don’t care how they go about getting it. Cliven Bundy is another example of this kind of dimwit approach, with his 2014 Nevada deadlock, and his son, Ammon Bundy is leading the latest skirmish. The senior Bundy still owes the federal government more than $1 million.

If I owed the Gov one dollar they would slap a lien on my home in minutes. Why aren’t the Feds doing this to Bundy? MSNBC reports, “Ammon Bundy told the ‘TODAY’ show on Monday that his group has no intention of committing violence unless the government intervenes. But at the same time, he refuses to rule out violence if the building is raided.”

“The only violence that, if it comes our way, will be because government is wanting their building back,” Ammon Bundy told Natalie Morales. “We’re putting nobody in harm’s way. We are not threatening anybody. We’re 30 miles out of the closest town.”

“Wanting their building back;” of course the government wants their building back. After all they need it to conduct business for the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. So these lamebrains are setting the Gov up to do their job by removing them, saying the resulting violence will be their fault. “We’re putting nobody in harm’s way. We are not threatening anybody. We’re 30 miles out of the closest town.” What kind of stupid reasoning is this? Oh, forgot, we’re dealing with gun nuts.

President Obama should send in his best SWAT team and if these double-digit IQs with a “…morbid interest in firearms out of a belief that they provide protection, security and freedom while appearing scary to the uninitiated,” (Urban Dictionary) resist, then well, shoot em.

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