If push actually comes to shove, I think the feds will have to back down. this is no fight for the faint of heart though. Once a state throws down the gauntlet, it has be prepared to stand it's ground. This is a one-way street to freedom. Imagine a sheriffs swat team facing down the BATF, because that is what we are talking about here.
On one hand, you have a group peacefully asserting a right to arms, on the other a threat of armed enforcement against state LE. So they are going to lose the PR battle. Start charging and incarcerating federal agents for felonies and they lose THEIR right to a firearm. I think they'll begin to reconsider.
This is hardball folks, make no mistake about it.
Last edited by maestro pistolero; March 19, 2010 at 02:09 AM.