I’ve discovered this week just how much His Majesty can be a pain in the
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Statesmanship is more difficult that politics. Politics is the art of getting along with people. Statesmanship is the art of getting along with politicians. (more…)
Warning: Not for the fainthearted. It’s not exactly “It’s A Wonderful Life.”
“Fear no man regardless of his size… pull me, and I will equalize.” (A common slogan in regards to Samuel Colt’s famous line: “God made them all, Colt made them equal.”)
THIS is why law-abiding citizens must remain armed.
One diminuitive 65 year-old female jewelry store owner with a handgun, versus five robbers, two of whom are armed. Watch the thugs run, fall down, and forget which way the door opens.
In Florida recently: two armed bad guys attempt to rob a group of unarmed store patrons, and one armed good-guy. The bad guys had bigger guns, or so it appears in the video.
Yet when 71-year-old armed man, who refused to be a victim, started firing back, the bad guys were literally falling over each other to get out.
One can’t tell from the video how many of the senior citizen’s shots hit their target.
Dear Mr-71-year-old-armed-law-abiding-citizen, if you are reading this, please buy a bigger gun, and practice more. And God bless.
Maybe we can take up a collection, and send him some money for practice ammo and range time.