Well, I have not seen the video yet, but, I, like the four star general outfit that the photo depicts as sheriff.It has always struck me odd the the sheriffs think they have to have all the rank on their shoulders, as if being sheriff was not enough.
Oh yeah I like the message! Wish everybody could hear this!
Yes, short and sweet; the reality is plain. [WE], in the first instance, have the responsibility for our own safety. I appreciate the candor of this law enforcement officer!
Why does Homeland Security want to buy 7,000 TRULY assault weapons for personal defense?http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/01/26/if-assault-weapons-are-bad-why-does-the-dhs-want-to-buy-7000-of-them-for-personal-defense/Why does Homeland Security need 1.4 billion rounds of ammunition?http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2012/09/why_does_homeland_security_need_14_billion_rounds_of_ammunition.html
M4e,With respect to your, very good, questions: I sure wish these would be directed to the "gun grabbers" in a public forum. If this has happened, sadly, I missed it! I submit that no matter what their answers may be, they would only serve to reinforce our resolve to keep what we have and to aquire more.
JB says it all: "...reinforce[s] our resolve to keep what we have and to aquire more."Can I get a big ol' "AMEN!" to that, out there?!I've said it a thousand times and I'm sure JB's getting sick of hearing it from me -- I've given up a lot by allowing the 'government' and law enforcement agencies to have automatic weapons and the fact that I can't. The way I read the 2nd Amendment (and what our forefathers were anticipating,) the citizen should be afforded the opportunity to have weapons equal to whatever the citizen's government and law enforcement agencies have at hand. Yeah, that means I want a M1A1 Abrams tank in my front yard!
"Yeah, that means I want a M1A1 Abrams tank in my front yard!" Yes That's exactly what the 2nd Amendment is all about! It's not about: hunting or target shooting or some @$$#0le questioning "NEEDS"; as in: You don't' [need] thus or so. The 2nd Amendment emenates from protection of a tyrannical governmant; the very thing that spurred the vaunted American Revolution! There is, as far as I know, no Bill of [Needs] but there is d@mn sure, a "Bill of Rights"!
All points of view are welcome, but comments with excessive bad language and/or personal attacks will be deleted. Commenting on posts older than 5 days has been disabled.