I'm sorry about the advertisement at the front of the clip. CNN does that and I can't get it out of there. I'm not associated with any advertising on my blog in any way.
Makes me want to move to Georgia. We need more states to follow Georgia's lead.
Yeah, we're taking a pounding in the mainstream media but we glory in it. Old Morris Dee and Bloomberg, the lot of them, will be grinding their teeth.
Ah...my favorite libation: the bitter, angry, helpless tears of leftists and hippies.
So true. Let me taste your tears! Ah, ambrosia!
Missouri's bill missed being rammed down the Democrat Governor's throat by one vote after he vetoed it. Rumor is they have one ready to go as soon as the Assemby is in session again and this time it is going to be veto proof.
I hope so. Did you notice that of all the reasons the Second Amendment is important, Nathan Deal chose to emphasize that in the last extreme it allows the people to protect themselves from government tyranny? I thought that pretty well reflected the common view down here.
Good on Georgia. I remember the 1990's when the first states began handing out CHLs, anti gun proponents claimed blood would be running in the streets. 35 plus states have ratified and I don't hear much of that talk any more.It seems like a lot of people are getting fed up with the "Big Government Knows Best" mentality pushed by Mainstream Media. And they are confused (Why don't they do as we ask?). I think the Internet has quite a bit to do with that - being able to record events AS THEY OCCUR do not give them the opportunity to spin the event to their advantage.
I'm sure you're right. I thing a lot of information gets out to the people that otherwise would be swept under the rug by MSM. I'm sure that things would have ended very badly for Mr. Bundy and his family without digital cameras and the internet.
Harry,(captaincrunch)I don't mean to draw the good attention and accolades that Georgia deserves, but out west in Texas we have a showdown brewing with the BLM over them possibly seizing 90.000 acres of private Texas land along the Red River.I heard through the grapevine that certain Sheriff's in certain Texas Counties may be deputizing certain Militia members if standoff's result along the Red River.Governor Perry is talking tough too. We will see if he grow's a pair and follow's through on his promise's to refusal to allow the feds to confiscate land. We have the Texas State Militia (which is under command of the Govenor) and other groups that are monitoring the situation as I understand it. It would be really interesting if the Texas Rangers were sent up to North Texas to intercede on behalf of the ranchers and land owners.This ain't Nevada and there ain't no Harry Reid in Texas and there is very, very little BLM land in Texas, so "Come and Take It"
There's been significant coverage of the impending BLM moves in Texas. I can't think what they are about, particularly so soon after getting a black eye in Nevada. Perry doesn't strike me as the kind of governor who would acquiesce in any such developments. Maybe they think they can reassert their authority over range lands and gain face. If so they have picked a perilous stage to play that little drama out on.
Lady Lilith, this is all very important to rural people. I know it can seem strange to urban or suburban people.