Reader Mark L. writes:
I just read this account of Air France employees expressing their displeasure with executive management over their questionable HR plans to layoff 2,900 employees and asking pilots to work longer hours at the existing pay rate. The public confronted these elites coming out of a corporate meeting and literally tore their clothes off in protest. The article suggests that we should adopt such techniques and offers the example of America’s settling for the ridiculous ObamaCare fiasco . . .
The point I got from this is that protesting techniques are changing and we people of the gun should be willing to be just as disruptive as anyone else when it comes to our rights. Although I would hate to consider anyone losing their right to possess firearms over an incident like this.
As Officer Malone asked, what are you prepared to do?