Skip to comments.From My Cold Dead Hands...
Posted on 02/04/2013 8:00:10 PM PST by Capt.Michaels
From My Cold Dead Hands...
A father of a Newtown Elementary school student eviscerates the government at his state capital in Connecticut for trying to take away his ability to defend himself and his family.
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A brave man with a perfect response to the idiots that have been elected to office.
Wow... very well spoken.
That was awesome
great testimony, wish I could meet a man like that
We need evil people control not gun control
You beat me to it, I bookmarked also. What we have here is a real man. They are in short supply everywhere, even on Free Republic. I don’t claim to have the cajones of our hero yet, but I sure am getting tired of suffering fools.
Writing down stuff people say is a dying art.
Yes. Sometimes I get tired of Youtube links.
When you have ringing in your ears that drowns just about everything out, one does get weary of people just posting youtubes and running.
While the sanctimonious liberal hand wringer seek to wring the guns out of law-abiding hands, they will not lift a finger to keep nukes out of the hands of Iran. Senator McCain is correct. We have nukes in the hands of a monkey and we have a full universal background check on this one.
Well, you don’t have to watch it. Just pretend it didn’t happen.
It does take time to transcribe a video. Bill Whittle has some great videos that are an hour long. Who is going to spend their time doing that?
Bill Whittle, to name just one.
He’s a FReeper, met him and a couple others in line that day.
Wow, awesome. Wish I could’ve met both of you and shook your hands. A virtual one will have do for now. How about a cup of coffee? I’m paying.
Here, click CC for captions. Not easily readable, but better than nothing.
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