Why Carry a Gun? 7 Objections Destroyed

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Why Carry a Gun? 7 Objections Destroyed

The question is constantly asked: Why do you want to carry a gun? Here are Massad Ayoob’s 7 proven answers vindicating concealed carry.

By Massad Ayoob

1. "Why do you carry a gun?"

Kathy Jackson said it best on her website (www.corneredcat.com): "I carry a gun because I can’t carry a policeman."

2. "But aren’t you worried that if more people carry guns, more arguments will escalate into people being shot and killed?"

No. Responsible gun owners are too practical to worry about things that don’t happen.

3. "Why should a person who lives in a low crime area feel they had to carry a gun?"

Famed combat small arms instructor John Farnam said it best. He was teaching an officer survival class to rural police when one officer asked him, "Hey, how often do you think cops get killed around…

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Hate Crime? One Sided! Treasonous! Better Off?

Just move along, nothing to see here. Disgusting so-called journalists.

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Not a hate crime?

Black mob pounces on young white couple

 Editors and readers of the New York Daily News want us to know that race had nothing to do with the ten black people who stopped a car and beat a young white couple in Brooklyn.

But no! Not according to the NY Daily sNews!

“It’s not just a black and white thing,” reported the Daily News. “It’s stupid teenagers thinking they can do whatever they want.”

Really? 10 blacks jumping and beating two whites?

A group of 10 black youths – one of them a 12-year-old girl – pummeled a husband and wife in Brooklyn after peppering the couple with racial slurs, authorities said.

“Get those crackers!” some of them screamed, according to court papers. “Get that white whore!”

If that is not ‘racist’ what the hell is??

Stay armed…Protect yourself and loved ones..


This one knows…Buck…

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The Gipper

“The Constitution establishes the Congress, the Executive, and the Judiciary, and through a deliberate allocation of authority, it defines the limits of each upon the others. It particularizes the liberties which, as free men and women, we insist upon, and it constrains both Federal and State powers to ensure that those precious liberties are faithfully protected. It is our blueprint for freedom, our commitment to ourselves and to each other. It is by choice, not by imposition, that the Constitution is the supreme law of our Land. … [E]ach of us has a personal obligation to acquaint ourselves with it and with its central role in guiding our Nation. While a constitution may set forth rights and liberties, only the citizens can maintain and guarantee those freedoms. Active and informed citizenship is not just a right; it is a duty.”

Hat tip to Patriot Post for this.  http://patriotpost.us/