It was a year ago when Connecticut Navy veteran and firefighter John S. Cinque told Connecticut’s prohibitionist politicians that he would not comply with the state’s blatantly unconstitutional gun laws then being rammed down the throats of gun owners. I’m relatively sure that at the time, these politicians wrote Cinque off as a fringe whack-job, and a man alone.

Now that there are 80,000-100,000 Connecticut citizens delivering the same message of non-compliance with the state’s so-called “assault weapons” ban, and residents of other states willing to come to their aid if the state decides to escalate to violence, I wonder what they think of this message of defiance now?