Originally Posted by vrand
The story is somewhat true.
True, but misleading. It implies that the sheriff has the absolute authority to do what he's doing, and that isn't at all clear. It's the authority that everyone is interested in, not a policy that the feds may simply have decided not to challenge at this time.
Here's another simple reality check: if county sheriffs have the kind of authority claimed, how could de facto
segregation have been ended against the will of the Southern sheriffs? If he can throw out the feds, it seems the will of the federal courts could not have been imposed.
What do you need guns for if you are going to send your children, seven hours a day, 180 days a year to government schools? What do you need the guns for at that point?-- R. C. Sproul, Jr. (unconfirmed)
Originally Posted by bulgron
I know every chance I get I'm going to accuse 7x57 of being a shill for LCAV. Because I can.