That Moment When People Come to Understand the Second Amendment

Posted on April 30, 2013 8:00 pm

[High Praise! to American Digest and Paula Bolyard]

In the middle of that night listening to the Boston police scanner, I evolved.

I realized right then that if I were holed up in my house while a cold-blooded terrorist roamed my neighborhood, I wouldn’t want to be a sitting duck with only a deadbolt lock between me and an armed intruder. There are not enough police and they cannot come to my rescue quickly enough. They carry guns to protect themselves, not me.

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6 Responses to “That Moment When People Come to Understand the Second Amendment”

  1. Rayfan87 says:

    I know that being a damned scum of the earth libertarian, if I was told there was a terrorist running around and to ‘shelter in. place’ I would open up the gun safe for the boomstick. After all, I am not a crackpot.

  2. seanmahair says:

    YGDFTYLTATSOTE! And welcome to the pool. Jump right in the waters great. Get yourself a floaty and rest a spell. I too am neither a crack pot nor a crock pot.

  3. Harvey says:

    Bacon 1 & 2!

  4. JeffersonFan says:

    Good article, but the lady sent her kids to Hillsdale College, the most conservative college in the country….so she ain’t exactly making a big switch. She’s moving from squishy to sandstone but not yet at granite…cause it might not take much to make her “evolve” the other way again.

  5. Harvey says:

    @4 – Well, true, it’s a small move, but it’s in the right direction. I’ll give her credit and some applause for it. Always reward good behavior :-)

  6. JeffersonFan says:

    @5 – Sure. She done good. But she seems to make decisions based on emotions rather than facts, so might not take much to make her devo.

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