“Sensible Gun Laws”

If you ever wanted to know how a disarmed populace deals with fraudulent elections, you are seeing it in Iran.   Think of how more effective an M-16 or an M-14 would be than rocks.  

Think on their struggle the next time some long faced politician tells you that you are too common to be able to have certain weapons. Realize that the aim behind every “sensible gun law” is to make sure that when (notice I did not say “if”) the time comes to demand your voice be heard, that all you have to back up your words are sticks and stones. 

Meditate on these things and how it would be more fitting for a jackbooted thug to be laying dead in the street than a father’s daughter.


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