“..Why dont we just put a forty foot high fence around the whole state and call it an insane asylum?...”
No, actually, why don’t we all work together to figure out a way to help those people who are just like us who are not able to get out of there, or other states like New Jersey, or New York?
Why don’t we put pressure on our local NRA chapters or other gun rights organizations and ourselves to send “lawyers, Guns, and money” as the old song says to support folks in states that are being slammed and stepped on - apply legal pressure and lawyers in states that are blatantly trampling on our brothers’ and sisters’ RIGHTS?
Like Zimmerman? Why aren’t ten thousand gunnies showing up to supoprt this guy - and ANYONE being persecuted for defending himself - every time the left tries to take one of OURS apart?
We need to stop thinking of folks as “those guys in that state” and start remembering that there are still Americans there who need help, and support, and allies.
Why don’t we band together, knock our heads together and come up with ideas and plans, means and ways to do whatever is necessary to HELP OUR PEOPLE who are being relentlessly f***ed over, everywhere, in every corner of this country?
Doesn’t that make more sense?
Because liberals pinpoint and target, and plot and scheme, and then drive, and they come soon to a theater near you - and ALL of us. No matter how “red” your own state or county may be.
Nobody ever though California would get like it is now. But it is.
There are Americans there. Our people. We should do whatever we can to help them. And they, us.
I agree with your statements of support for others.
Anyone anywhere who believes in freedom and is struggling to maintain freedom, human, and property rights has my support. I am on their team. Of course, I live in a state not much different than California, governmentally.
I am not “where I live”—I am “what I believe”.