- A state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of authority.
- Also see “Democrat run cities”
Ok, the 2nd definition was mine, but can anybody argue it isn’t true? The adults have either A. checked out, or B. don’t give a happy rat’s hindquarters, or C. (and this is my choice) have theirs and don’t give a flip about anybody else.
I just saw a news item saying that gun sales for the month of June set a record. Dealers are running out of stock. (BTW anybody know where I can score a Remington 870 tactical 3” with ghost ring sights?) And ammunition is getting harder to find. Stores are rationing what they have. 9mm and .223cal./5.56mm is almost impossible to find. .40 and .45 caliber is very difficult. Shotgun ammo and .22 caliber is still easily available, but for how long. Is it possible we are approaching a time where rifle, pistol, and shotgun ammunition will be more desirable as a means of exchange in place of cash?
What is driving all this fear? You’d think they are afraid law enforcement won’t be able to protect them from roving mobs of sub-human animals that might be running rampant through big cities, and will eventually move out from there. You’d think they’re losing or have lost confidence in their ironically labeled “elected representatives” and those that laughingly call themselves civic leaders.
If it wasn’t such a seriously dangerous situation for everybody, watching these spineless, gutless, diaper wetting clowns that have managed to weasel their way into power make contortionists jealous with how they twist and bend to try to please anyone who whines that they’re offended, scarred, insulted, or have a full nappy and want it changed.
The losers here are common sense, logic, the American way of life that people have fought and died for, and the future of our children and grandchildren. And the biggest culprit is the apathetic populous who “didn’t have time to get involved”.
A lady asked Dr. Franklin “Well Doctor what have we got, a republic or a monarchy.” Franklin replied, “A republic . . . if you can keep it.” From where I see it, the grasp we have on it is, at best, very tenuous.
To paraphrase the biblical quote, so as you sow, so shall you reap.