Guerilla dating tactics
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reports more “guerrilla tactics” for gun control are coming.
Certainly more traditional and professional soldiers can be used, as evidenced by the special force units in the United States (SEALS, Rangers, Force Recon, etc.), but often times guerrilla warfare carries the stigma of unconventional war waged by atypical, less-professional soldiers.
The first use or description of guerrilla warfare came from Sun Tzu's The Art Of War.
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Breitbart News reported that Democrats launched the sit-in Wednesday to force Republican House Leadership to allow a vote on gun control.
And “rank-and-file Democrats, energized by nationwide publicity and praise they received for occupying the House floor over demands for a gun vote, are saying they’ll likely use the same strategy again.” Speaking on the House floor, Democrat Caucus Vice Chairman Joe Crowley (D-NY-14) lauded his colleagues’ determination to use sit-ins and yet unknown “guerrilla tactics” to secure gun control.