The event is organized by Janesville resident, Earl Arrowood, who works as an air traffic control manager at Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport. Arrowood has already had to warn excited attendees to stop making references on the Facebook event page to "revolution" and "domestic terrorism"...so bring the kids!
Racine resident and former school board member, Brian Dey is planning to attend according to the event page. Our favorite 912 Patriot Voices banana pants, Capt. Karl is going and he says he's bringing his favorite long gun, a M-1 Garand semi-automatic. Sweet.
Capt. Karl hijacks the event thread with at least a dozen rants of which the one that describes a dotted landscape of "safehouses" which follow the highway (you know, just in case) being our favorite. Dude is intense.
Poor Peter Davies asked the group for chant ideas which didn't go over too well. Gun lovers offered the following memorable ditty:
"Inalienable rights: Rights which are not capable of being surrendered or transferred without the consent of the one possessing such rights. Morrison v. State, Mo. App., 252 S.W.2d 97, 101."Which doesn't even rhyme even if you could manage to remember it. Peter had to explain the concept of chants to them which got a whole bunch of flack:
"Well, many of us work hard to be productive members of society (unlike you-know-who's) and don't have the time. Also, we don't have union coffers to dip into to pay someone to write catchy, rhymey chants for us."One sad sack came up with the well meaning:
"Registration not legislation"No one liked that one at all - and we think they banned him after calling him a troll. Lolz.
Oh, the Siren kids. They are just a group of 2nd Amendment, law abiding citizens y'all...
Who are very concerned for the children of Sandy Hook...
And are ready to die to protect their 2nd Amendment rights...
See, they're just like you and me. Have fun everyone and say "Hey!" to Capt. Karl...just don't sneak up to him from behind.