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Ammon Bundy and His Motley Crüe

Ammon Bundy and His Motley Crüe

For several weeks now, we have been regaled with stories about the Men of Malheur (French for “unhappiness”) holed up with their leader, Ammon Bundy at an Oregon federal wildlife refuge. They are dressed in camouflage, armed to the teeth, and muy macho. The fact that  cynical Americans have been mailing them dildos and sexual lubricants suggests another view of these wackadoodle warriors.

All of them are equipped with copies of the U.S. Constitution. Considering their educational level, however, it might as well be Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus. I rather suspect that most are hoping to fall in a hail of bullets defending their beliefs, whatever they may be. Fortunately, the Feds are willing to pick them off one by one as the protest decays, which it gives every sign of doing. Eventually, it will all end up in court, with the defendants angry and confused as to why they are being picked on.

The Second Amendment of the Constitution states: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” The resemblance of these bozos to a “well regulated militia” is at best highly speculative.

6 thoughts on “Wackadoodle Warriors

  1. “A well-regulated militia…” wouldn’t that be the National Guard? Maybe we should send the National Guard to visit these guys…..? I still haven’t figure out: what they are supposedly protesting? Grazing rights on federal land? Huh?

  2. I think the Government is getting smarter about these armed idiots — though I think they will still try to make LaVoy Finnicum out to be a martyred “patriot.”

  3. I wouldn’t be surprised if a number of the GOP presidential? candidates are mourning his loss and have already canonized him without learning what really happened.

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