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A Tale of Two Bills
Good-bye and Good Riddance
A Gunnery Network Editorial - by Virgil Stone
|Dateline: Kansas, America - January
2001 - This month marks the departure of two very prominent men named
"Bill" from the lives of most American gun owners. Both
of them had a substantial impact on private arms ownership and
anti-gun legislation. They come from very different backgrounds
and you might be surprised to find out that the "Man Named
Bill" who has done the most to damage our basic human right to
self-defense is actually "one of our own."
Most of you know that Bill "Bubba Dick" Klinton is now one of the X-Presidents. His anti-freedom and anti-gun administration is over. I can only hope that he gets HIV from one of his many girl friends and "just fades away." More likely he will become "rehabilitated" with the help of the American media, who love to forgive sinners, and love a "reformed" loser even more. I suspect that "Bubba Dick" will chill out for a couple of months and then become the mouthy prick "darling" of the talking head circles. No, my friends, we have not seen the last of that disbarred lawyer, admitted perjurer, adulterer, draft dodger, fine cigar abuser and hypocrite, big mouth Billy "Bubba Dick" Klinton, and we have not heard the last of him either.
The other "Man Named Bill" makes his departure from the firearms industry after over 60 years in the business. He is William B. Ruger, the Founder and President of Sturm, Ruger & Co., one of the co (Oty's largest firearms makers. Bill Ruger announced his retirement in early January 2001. This Bill, like our cigar abusing X-President, was no friend of gun owners or freedom-loving Americans.; But this Bill is even more dangerous. After all, we all knew where we gun enthusiasts stood with "Bubba". We stood right next to the toilet, one step to the right of his unpopular military, and just one half-step away from the black smelly hole under the toilet that he wanted to put us in. With "Mr. Bill" number two, Bill Ruger, most gun people actually thought he was "one of us."
The facts show that this Bill Ruger is actually an "Anti-Gun Wolf" in "2nd Amendment Sheep's" clothing. Whoa! Time out, Ranger, you might say with surprised indignation. After all, Virgil, who could be more "Pro Gun" than an American arms manufacturer? Well friends, Bill Ruger is NOT "Pro Gun." He is not pro-2nd Amendment, in fact he is not "Pro Anything" except money, Bill Ruger and more money. History has shown that Bill Ruger has, on several occasions over the last 30 years, worked very diligently, both in front of, and behind the scenes, to restrict our right to keep and bear arms.
What makes Bill Ruger even worse is that he did not do all of this because of some sense of honor, or to promote his deeply held beliefs. No, he is not an ideological "anti," with whom we can disagree and still respect, because they are honestly following and promoting their true beliefs. Bill Ruger is not an "anti" because of his belief system. He is an "anti-for-hire," and he proposed and supported anti-gun and anti-freedom legislation strictly for profit. Bill Ruger is an "Anti-Whore", a mere mercenary of the anti-gun movement.
Want to know why I hate Bill Ruger and will never own a Sturm Ruger product?
Bill Ruger helped the antis prohibit so-called "Assault Weapons" and is the primary architect of the "evil features" that were effectively banned in Brady-2 and the "Assault Weapons Ban." "Evil" features selected not because they are truly evil or would have any effect on reducing crime, rather features selected simply because none of Ruger's guns had any of them. He is the author of the so-called "high capacity" [read full capacity] magazine ban, as well as several other loony anti-gun ideas. Yes friends, American arms manufacturer and machine-gun designer Bill Ruger is the anti-gun bastard who dreamed up the "10-round mag" idea.
He was filmed on television news with Tom Brokaw and said:
"No honest man needs more "than ten rounds in any gun," and "I never meant for simple civilians to have my twenty- or thirty-round mags or my folding stock."
and then said: "I see nothing wrong with waiting periods."
This TV interview was used (with Bill Ruger's
written permission) over and over again to rub our faces in the fact that
"even a gun manufacturer thinks gun control is good."
So I say good-bye and good riddance to "Bubba Bill" and "Bastard Bill," and end this editorial with some simple advice: Don't smoke "fishy" smelling cigars and Boycott Ruger!
I am, as always, on the Verge...
Virgil Stone - Freedom Fighter
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