Skip to comments.Young people protest for gun rights in front of D.C. city hall
Posted on 08/17/2012 5:39:47 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
About 40 young people waved signs and voiced loud support for Second Amendment rights in the front of D.C. city hall on Friday, an unusual sight in a heavily Democratic city that is known for its strict gun-control laws.
For about two hours, they captured the attention of passing motorists and tourists with their argument that increased gun ownership equals increased public safety.
Their rally comes two days after an unarmed building manager was shot in the arm at the Family Research Council, a conservative organization in the Districts busy downtown. Mayor Vincent C. Gray has pledged to preserve the citys strict gun laws after the incident renewed debate about firearm safety in the city.
Protests are a frequent occurrence in front of the John A. Wilson Building, which houses the offices of Mr. Gray and D.C. Council members. Yet pro-gun rallies are unusual and the sight of young protesters touting traditional conservative views at city hall made it stand out...
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Everybody everywhere saying “Democratic” instead of just “Democrat” is spreading propaganda.
People are not being as misinformed as they were in previous decades. The new media is allowing information to get out and people to organize.
Based upon my experience with average people and family there is a big time difference between average Democrats and the elitist puppetized leaders of the Democrat(ic) Party who push their foolish policies of divisiveness, gun control, illegal immigration and amnesty.
Too much control of their Party and policy comes from the NE and NYC and they all think the rest of Americans are tools to be used.
Mayor Gray, one of the most corrupt Mayors of a city known for corruption.
Mayor Gray belongs in prison.
My husband said he saw this. He was in DC until early afternoon today.
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