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Somewhere, I found a link to this very brief essay that summed up just what the Second Amendment is all about -- and here's a hint: it ain't hunting.

I was impressed as hell, so I poked around the guy's blog to see if he was a one-hit wonder or a solid blogger -- and it turns out he is definitely the latter.

And it turns out he has a healthy bit of common sense -- he's leaving his home state and coming to New Hampshire.

Ya know, New Hampshire has a pretty darned good collection of bloggers -- both those of us fortunate to have been born here, and those who weren't but fixed that mistake later in life. We have Dr. Giacomo, Bruce the Ex Masshole, the Lakes Region Collective, Joe the Dartblogger, that OTHER Lakes Region Collective, at least a couple of these Farmers, this college IT guy, and this particular firecracker -- and those are just the ones I read on a semi-regular basis or more.

Now if we can only persuade this family to come to their senses and flee the People's Democratic Republic of Massachusetts to come north...

But anyway, Marko, welcome to New Hampshire. I think you're going to like it here.

Lord knows we need some people with some good old common sense to counterbalance the twits who are working frantically to make New Hampshire into a blue state, and elected two moonbats to Congress last year...

Editor's note: second paragraph corrected thanks to a wise guy in the comments. Thanks, ijosha...



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I see you've discovered Mar... (Below threshold)
Gmac:

I see you've discovered Marko ;p

He is a very good writer and will be the best kind of neighbor you could have.

JT:I like his style ... (Below threshold)
maggie:

JT:
I like his style of writing, it's conversational.
I've bookmarked him.

To paraphrase Evel Knievel:... (Below threshold)
ac1:

To paraphrase Evel Knievel:

"God created all men, Winchester made them equal."

Now, it will be up to Th... (Below threshold)
Steve Crickmore:

Now, it will be up to The Supreme Court "to determine whether the 2nd Amendment allows individuals to have a gun at home for self-defense." Just in time for the election next summer.

Sorry, here is <a href="htt... (Below threshold)
Steve Crickmore:

Sorry, here is the link on the previous comment.

I was impressed as... (Below threshold)
ijosha:
I was impressed as hell, so I poked around the guy's blog to see if he was a one-hit wonder or a solid blogger -- and it turns out he is.

Sooo... you are saying he is a solid one-hit wonder?

Liberals claim that the 2nd... (Below threshold)
Spurwing Plover:

Liberals claim that the 2nd amendment dose not give you the right to own guns WHICH OF COURSE PROVES HOW IGNORANT AND ILLITERATE THEY ARE BRAINS THE SIZE OF WALNUTS SQUAWK SQUAWK
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"If you want me to do somet... (Below threshold)
BarneyG2000:

"If you want me to do something for you, you have a choice of either convincing me via argument, or force me to do your bidding under threat of force. Every human interaction falls into one of those two categories, without exception. Reason or force, that's it."

Threatening someone is a form of convincing through argument. We can look at torture as an example. You can endure the torture until death, they give up or you can confess.

It still comes down to free will.

Steyn lives mostly in NH as... (Below threshold)
BlacquesJacquesShellacques:

Steyn lives mostly in NH as well.

Liberals are scared of powe... (Below threshold)

Liberals are scared of power in another's hands, and will try to take it away, whether that power is embodied by guns (this post), money (Atlas Shrugged), or superpowers (Marvel Comic's Civil War miniseries).

Of course the most potent form of power is free will, choice. They fail to realize that America was built around accommodating freedom, not crushing it.




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