Present danger in Washington state

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4 Responses to Present danger in Washington state

  1. Comrade X says:

    I’m from Washington State and I want to thank you from my heart!

  2. Lyle says:

    The purveyors of chaos bring up these anti-liberty, anti-American ballot initiatives in the off-year elections, hoping for the low turnout of mostly government employees and welfare cases seeking to line their pockets and secure their positions at the public trough at taxpayer expense. They do that because they know for sure and for certain that the majority does not agree with them. It is a good strategy, I must admit. It means that approximately a quarter, or less, of the eligible voters in the state can decide in their favor.

    We need a quorum law.

    Also, a good, dot-sighted M1 Carbine is one of the “funnest” guns a person can have. Fulton Armory, one of our distributors, can set yours up to be a reliable, accurate shooter. It’s not cheap, but they know what they’re doing.

  3. Lyle says:

    As an aside; “till” can be meant as “until” or as a verb meaning “to prepare soil for planting”. Modern dictionaries tell is that “till” (without an apostrophe) is proper usage for “until” but since “till” (regarding soil) is a completely different word I still would use the apostrophe. It probably doesn’t matter, ever, being that the usage in the sentence makes it perfectly clear, but there it is. We’d have to get creative to make a sentence in which the two words of the same spelling might be confused. “Till till sunset” or “I cannot plant till I till” are still pretty clear, for example. One could “work dawn till dusk” and we wouldn’t know what he’s doing, or one could work “dawn, till, dusk” in that sequence and be doing something clearly specified. OK, I’ll shut up…

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