Do we really need this?

Enjay

New Member
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LwKxZfcEj-U[/youtube]

Hmm...I guess I'd better be more careful when I'm butchering or I'll meet all of the criteria he listed.

edited to fix the video
 
It's hard to believe isn't it. I guess we can see Senator Graham needs to be voted into retirement. Does anyone here not meet at least three of the criteria listed. Guns, ammo, food?
 
Lindsey Graham has always been a big government crony.

Judge Napolitano is one of the only people associated with Fox that supports the constitution. It seems everyone else at Fox is fine with sacrificing freedom for, what they think will be, security.
 
The nails in the coffin of Liberty have long-since rusted. Things like this (and the US Government sealing the court records of the ATF program where the US smuggled guns into Mexico and a Border Patrol agent was shot to death) only reaffirm what should be obvious by now.

America is dead.

If any Founding Fathers were alive right now there would be a lot of people in expensive suits getting shot. All of us? We'd be flogged for complicit acceptance.
 

Dave29461

Active Member
You could be a Mormon. :eek: They have rules about keeping 6 months supplies in stock. Most seem to be good 2nd amendment followers as well . ;)
 

Enjay

New Member
You know, I wouldn't mind converting but the husband gets rather disgruntled by the idea of brother husbands. *shrug* :roll:
Seriously though, the LDS church has some very handy food storage calculators available online, you can order things like wheat, beans, etc from their store website all handily packaged in #10 cans delivered to your door, and you can find the location of their Bishop's Storehouse in each area and make arrangements to buy in bulk from them and even use their facilities to can up the things you get there.
The one in SC is in Columbia and I haven't yet tried their services but I plan on finding out more about it this spring. Hmm...maybe I should try to bump up the schedule a bit, since they probably fall under the terrorist organization category now...

Link to the online LDS store self reliant section:
http://store.lds.org/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Category3_715839595_10557_21158_-1_N_image_0

Here's a link to a pdf with the types of products and prices they have at the Bishop's Storehouse, it was updated last March but things may vary by region and economy:
http://www.providentliving.org/pfw/multimedia/files/pfw/pdf/123141_HSC_OrderFormUS_EngNov2011_pdf.pdf

Here's a link to info numbers for the LDS community in SC including the Bishop's Storehouse:
http://providentliving.org/content/list/0,11664,8415-1,00.html

Here's the food storage calculator that I use:
http://lds.about.com/library/bl/faq/blcalculator.htm

I tweak it a bit (we don't eat jello or drink kool-aid often) but it's a good guideline.

There's also a bunch of info online for recipes using stored foods, rotating your food storage, finding space for it, etc. in the blogs and forums of the LDS community.
 

Dave29461

Active Member
Enjay said:
You know, I wouldn't mind converting but the husband gets rather disgruntled by the idea of brother husbands. *shrug* :roll:
Seriously though, the LDS church has some very handy food storage calculators available online, you can order things like wheat, beans, etc from their store website all handily packaged in #10 cans delivered to your door, and you can find the location of their Bishop's Storehouse in each area and make arrangements to buy in bulk from them and even use their facilities to can up the things you get there.
The one in SC is in Columbia and I haven't yet tried their services but I plan on finding out more about it this spring. Hmm...maybe I should try to bump up the schedule a bit, since they probably fall under the terrorist organization category now...

Link to the online LDS store self reliant section:
http://store.lds.org/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Category3_715839595_10557_21158_-1_N_image_0

Here's a link to a pdf with the types of products and prices they have at the Bishop's Storehouse, it was updated last March but things may vary by region and economy:
http://www.providentliving.org/pfw/multimedia/files/pfw/pdf/123141_HSC_OrderFormUS_EngNov2011_pdf.pdf

Here's a link to info numbers for the LDS community in SC including the Bishop's Storehouse:
http://providentliving.org/content/list/0,11664,8415-1,00.html

Here's the food storage calculator that I use:
http://lds.about.com/library/bl/faq/blcalculator.htm

I tweak it a bit (we don't eat jello or drink kool-aid often) but it's a good guideline.

There's also a bunch of info online for recipes using stored foods, rotating your food storage, finding space for it, etc. in the blogs and forums of the LDS community.

My Brother-in-Law is a Mormon and they do take the preparedness seriously. His wife knows how to grind wheat and make flour, canning, baking truly from scratch. No extra husbands or wives allowed. :eek: :lol:
 
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