Forward the above video to 3:30, crank up your sound and listen to Sheriff Jackson speak about the Second Amendment. Remember that A) you need to turn the sound down when you’re done and B) gun control industry reps don’t own the “emotional” side of “gun debate.” While it’s relatively easy to argue the facts supporting the Second Amendment sometimes it’s more important to speak from the heart. To make the connection between your values, beliefs and passions and the right to keep and bear arms. There’s no reason why The People of the Gun can’t directly and emotionally address the slaughter at Sandy Hook, explaining why we live in Wayne’s world, where a good guy with a gun can save the day. If not American society itself. In fact, there’s every reason they should. Your daily dose of drama llamas after the jump . . .
Newtown Connecticut resident Brendan Duffy can see which way the wind is blowing and doesn’t like it. “I have never owned a gun, nor wanted to as intensely as right now. You’ll stop restricting guns when only you have them.” newtownbee.com
JP on Lead and Crime: A Response to Jim Manzi at motherjones.com:
If I were a person of a sufficiently paranoid nature, and if my country was going through a phase were certain people were attacking civil rights, I’d be suspicious that an article like this might be trying to conduct a clandestine attack on the right to keep & bear arms, what with lead being intimately involved in that area. Which isn’t to say that the claims here are not valid (they very well may be.) The timing of it, though? To borrow a phrase, it seems like it has all of the spontaneity of the Schlieffen Plan.
JP again, this time on Gun Group: We’re Giving Away a Free Assault Rifle for Freedom! motherjones.com: “Awesome! I really ought to thank Mother Jones for the heads-up.”
When will the White House respond to the Impeach Dianne Feinstein petition?
The people have spoken. At openchannel.nbcnews.com, no less.
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