Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Gunners Look At Drugs

In an effort to enlist the gun rights community in the anti-prohibition effort I have written a piece for Gun Values Board.

Cross Posted at Classical Values

3 comments:

CRIS ERICSON 2012 POLITICAL CANDIDATE said...

PROHIBIT THE DISPOSAL OF FEDERALLY REGULATED TOXIC HAZARDOUS WASTE UPON THE LAND OF THE POOREST OF THE POOR PEOPLE IN MEXICO AND RESULTING IN HORRIBLE RISK TO GRAY WHALES SWIMMING BY.

THIS IS WHAT SHOULD BE PROHIBITED!

GRAY WHALES ARE INCREASINGLY BEING THREATENED BY THE
RISK OF EXPOSURE TO FEDERALLY REGULATED TOXIC, HAZARDOUS
WASTE ON THEIR ANNUAL MIGRATION ROUTE.

The annual southward migration route of gray whales includes
Grays migrating from their Alaska feeding grounds to breed
in the warm waters of Baja, Mexico,
before returning for the Alaska summer.

The southward migration peaks off Southern California in the
second or third week of January.

The northward migration of whales without calves peaks
in the third week of March,
and that of mothers with calves about a month later.

Scorpex, Inc. (Pinksheets: SRPX) (the "Company"), an emerging leader of industrial,
hazardous and toxic waste
disposal services
in the Baja Mexico/California region,
seeks to add other waste supply contracts
during the first half of 2012.
http:// www.scorpex.com

AISA is an authorized waste transportation company
based in Tijuana, Mexico.
AISA transports waste
and other freight in the northern region of Mexico for
several major local
and international companies.

http://www.aisatijuana.com

Will Brown said...

Being one myself, it's my experience that "gunners" tend to look at drugs from two perspectives; secondarily from the generalised rights infringement aspect, but even more frequently from the physical imparement effect on shooter safety, the latter of which tends to result in an overall negative view of drug usage generally and on drug legalisation. If you seriously intend to involve "gunnies" in your efforts to end government prohibition as that pertains to drug usage, you're going to have to address the imparement/safety concern. You won't find much resistence to the "reduce government intrusion" part.

CRIS ERICSON 2012 POLITICAL CANDIDATE said...

SHUMLIN'S LIST
Gun dealer working for Vermont Board of Medical Practice in Vermont is paid to spy on people taking Rx painkillers.

Peter Shumlin's warrantless searches without subpoena's,
which clearly violate the United States Constitution,
UNDER THE GUISE OF the Vermont
"PRESCRIPTION DRUG MONITORING PLAN",
are some of many first steps in
creating a dictatorship
the likes of which some past dictators
in history
would be proud.

The Vermont "Prescription Drug Monitoring Plan"
identifies weak citizens
whose diseases
can be added
to Peter Shumlin's list
which already includes
(according to the Burlington Free Press)
deferring treatment for Autistic people.

One by one, Peter Shumlin can identify
which patients
cost the government too much money,
and "defer" treatment for them.

Meanwhile, he will not save taxpayers any money
because what is saved will be spent in triplicate
paying police to do surveillance on people with
the aid of the Vermont Prescription Drug Monitoring Plan
under the guise of identifying patients
who allegedly might sell their prescription
painkillers into the community.

One investigator, Phil Ciotti, allegedly spent
8 years working for the Vermont Board of Medical
Practice surveilling patients and could not find
one patient in 8 years doing wrong.

Meanwhile, after that, Phil Ciotti was in the news
because he allegedly has a license to sell guns
and kept about 500 guns in his home in Vermont.

College students who bring their prescriptions from
out of state are exempt from the Vermont Prescription
Drug Monitoring Plan.

Tourists who bring their prescriptions to ski areas
from out of state are exempt from the Vermont
Prescription Drug Monitoring Plan.

We are living under DOUBLE STANDARDS as well as suffering from
unConstitutional abuse!

2012 Vote Cris Ericson
Cris Ericson