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November 23, 2008

Clinging to my Guns, Salt and Lightbulbs

I give the nanny staters what for over at PJM today:

I recently, along with my husband, took the class that is required in my state to obtain a handgun permit. According to the instructor where we took the class, business hasnt been so good since the immediate aftermath of 9/11. Once I file the necessary paperwork, I expect that Ill be able to purchase my firearm within the next couple of months.

Now Im not necessarily expecting to have to use my handgun once I obtain it, as I am fortunate to live in an area where violent crime is rare. (The last murder in my town took place almost 25 years ago, and was a shocking anomaly to the norm.) But many people are worried that after he takes office, Obama will do his best to support and ultimately enact legislation that makes it more difficult for law-abiding citizens to exercise their Second Amendment rights. Its more of a statement than anything else. Plus, target shooting is fun.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 10:49 AM | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0) | Pajamas Media
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Target shooting is fun. Enjoy your firearms. Don't be so paranoid. Obama will not be taking them away. You have been listening to some of the ridiculous right wing hyperbole.

Only George Bush disrespects our Constitution..

Posted by: Charlton Hessian at November 23, 2008 11:35 AM


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