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Get a new sticker that says,

Get a new sticker that says, "My Neighbor Is A Nosy Busybody".

I'd shove a potato up her tailpipe

When it goes bang, call the police and report a gunfire at that address. Maybe they'll do all your work for you.

Since they claim to be Christians,

I would ask them WWJD? Then, show them what Jesus said:

Luke 22:36 Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.

You could also suggest that if they want a Christian neighborhood to all go out and buy guns (modern swords) or move out.

But of course, the better solution is to invite them over to a BBQ or fish fry and show them the scripture in a confident, excited, in love with God manner. You just might win them over! Hardy har-har!

Freedom is the ability to do what you want to do.
Liberty is the ability to do what you ought to do.
"Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty." 2 Corinthians 3:17

you beat me to it...

But I would have suggested this person put a huge sign in his yard with the Luke 22:36 verse.

Geta bigger sticker..One that say's GOA

and one of those pissing boys.....pissing on the words "IDIOTIC NEIGHBORS"...or "GUN GRABBERS".

Wha? .....hey....who stole my country?

No response is even necessary...


Father - Husband - Son - Spirit - Consciousness

Marketing is everything

Since you obviously have one

Since you obviously have one or more people who are, of their own admision, fixated on what the back of your vehicle says you have two options.

1. Put up a ticker saying first the second amendment, then the first! or something similar. Post up Liberty related messages.

2. Have fun and post up some crazy stuff to mess with 'em.

I would opt for option 1. May just help someone "see the light".

you are right. There are so

you are right. There are so many people out there that are good hearted but very ignorant. they believe everything they see on tv. i would invite them over, get to know them, and kindly and gently find a way to educate them about freedom,our constitution, and how important it is to respect the 2nd amendment. i have to admit that it is so much fun to do something witty to make a point. BUT, it is also important to try to make friends and influence people.

Put On More NRA Stickers

Find out her address. Get one of those signs that says "This is a Gun-Free Zone" and put it on her lawn.

Also, write her a letter and enclose a copy of the Constitution with stickers to the 1st and 2nd Amendments.

I'd make a poster size NRA sign and put it on my vehicle

Just so they know that you got their message loud and clear. And you are answering them loud and clear

You know it would make her blood boil to see that. It is likely a female because of the way she worded the message. She is likely next door or across the street because she feels FORCED to see your offending "HILL BILLY" car sticker and it grates on her daily. So much so that she felt the need to retaliate. She has also made a judgement of you being a "hill billy" which is another clue she's a very close neighbor. So you've got it narrowed down to like 5 neighbors at most. Now, because she's a woman of anonymous action, she will not be able to help but go complain to someone about your new HUGE sign. She may even come to complain to you. But she will probably only drop you another chicken heart-ed letter.

Might even want to set up a hidden time lapse camera if you really want to talk to this woman and try to work it out. There is a good camera called "PlantCam" on Amazon that is weather proof and you can set it to take pictures in various time frames depending on your need. You could at least pin point her on camera ant then confront her as the reasonable constitutionalists that you are and try to educate her on how you actually make her children safer considering the response times of police. IF that doesn't work, you will at least prevent her from doing anymore anonymous stuff destructive or otherwise.

lol "Hello neighbor"

Please, and thank you. I'm a Christian.

Also, you are a redneck hillbilly nut lunatic.

haha, this is great! sounds

haha, this is great! sounds like an open-minded individual

proverbs 20:15
There is gold, and an abundance of jewels;
But the lips of knowledge are a more precious thing.

Go door to door

with a giant "This Home is a Gun Free Zone" and ask who wants it in their front yard.

invite them over for a barbeque or something.

make friends with them and never discuss the letter or its content.


Food for thought...

If this neighbor has placed his trust in God, I'm not sure why he should feel so insecure about other people having guns...
While the focus has been on this neighbor, perhaps there is also an opportunity to reflect on ourselves. The principle Live by the sword / die by the sword comes to mind...

yes I would tell her my trust is with God and if yours was too

then you don't really need to worry about my guns now do you.


Non-electronic troll, that is.

I don't know

but it takes a pretty spineless worm to make anonymous insults. I'd probably get some more stickers and ignore them till they grew a pair and actually said something to you.

The bold effort the present bank had made to control the government ... are but premonitions of the fate that await the American people should they be deluded into a perpetuation of this institution or the establishment of another like it-Andrew Jackson

Comic Sans Nation

I would write back in Times New Roman and explain how Comic Sans is the work of the devil.


Nicely played.

I would send them this video

If this letter is an actual

If this letter is an actual received letter from a neighbor, it is an appallingly selfish request from an alleged Christian. Although a response suggesting that the writer is the one who should actually leave the neighborhood since more advocates of the second amendment would help secure the neighborhood would probably be justified, use tack and don't stoop to the lower level of the writer. As a Christian, I, too, believe that God helps us avoid conflict, but sometimes armed people are used by God to save others. This letter is just bizarre if true.

Get or make a sticker that

Get or make a sticker that says "SOMETIMES

No don't use your gun to protect them.

The police will confiscate YOUR weapon leaving you more defenseless. Let them rely on their idiotic foolishness.

If I could get my VAN wrapped

with a Gun owners of AMERICA wrap.. I WOULD do it for FREE.

I would add

a Guns of America sticker

I am a Christian

As some have said, I would attempt to meet the person who wrote the letter. Invite them over for tea. Let them meet me and see than I don't match the description she provided. Then I would ask them where they go to church and tell them about my walk.

After that, I'd ask them why they objected to my NRA stickers. Then I'd ask them if they felt that way, why not put a sign in their yard saying that their home is "gun free"? When they quickly recognize how unsafe that would be, point out that the NRA stickers make you safer.

You can go a long way down the road of civility with common sense before you even start talking about your weapons.