GOP nominee: If we lose “this battle at the ballot box,” we must “resort to the bullet box”

Posted Jul 16, 2009, 7:28 AM PT by Jed Lewison • First broadcast: Jul 15, 2009

Meet Catherine Crabill, the Republican nominee for delegate in Virginia’s 99th district who believes the U.S. government was behind the OKC bombing, offering up her view that if Republicans lose at the ballot box, they’ll need to resort to "the bullet box":

Crabill’s comments were made on July 15, 2009. Transcript:

Resolutions passed at the 2009 state convention, resolution number seven in recognition of the tea parties.

Whereas citizens of the United States of American have begun to recognize the destructive nature of the Democrat administration, and the Democrat congress’ taxing and spending and borrowing policies; Whereas under the first amendment of the United States Constitution citizens have taken upon themselves the task of organizing and attending the tea party protests; Whereas the ideals expressed in the Virginia Republican creed reflect the ideals, goals, and spirt of these tea parties.

[snip]

"If war is inevitable, then let it come. I repeat, sir, let it come."

We have a chance to fight this battle at the ballot box, before we have to resort to the bullet box. But that is the beauty of our second amendment right. I am glad all of us enjoy our firearms for hunting, but make no mistake, that was not the intent of the Founding Fathers. Our second amendment right was to guard against tyranny.

h/t: notlarrysabato.

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