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NRA Card in My Warm Hand (Liberal Mocks the NRA)
Wisconsin State Journal ^ | May 20, 2006 | Susan Lampert Smith

Posted on 05/22/2006 1:10:58 PM PDT by Diana in Wisconsin

MILWAUKEE, WI - I am the NRA. Really!

I had to join the National Rifle Association Friday to get into the "acres of guns and gear" exhibit at the gun group's annual convention.

Figuring it will be a cold day here in Liberal Hades before the NRA ever brings its national convention to town, I headed down Interstate 94 to check out a different culture.

Was it worth it? Totally. I picked up enough pro-gun freebies and gear to annoy all my liberal friends back in Madison.

For my vegetarian boss, there were copies of Ted Nugent's cookbook, "Kill 'Em and Grill 'Em." For my dad the municipal judge, a bumper sticker that reads "Soft Judges Make Hardened Criminals." I'm keeping the mini-Glock keychain and the bumper sticker with the classic Charlton Heston quote: "From my cold dead hands."

I now know where to buy camo nighties and thongs in the mossy oak pattern. They're from "The Formal Sportsman," located, most excellently, on Chippendale Lane in Port Matilda, Pa. For the gents, the company offers camo tuxedos and camo dress shoes to ease those painful occasions when dressing up is required.

I think the "Got Sig?" women's T- shirts would solve the Downtown Madison mugging issue. Those thugs would think twice if they thought Badger co-eds were packing Sig Sauer handguns. Of course, this assumes the thugs:

A) Can read.

B) Know what a Sig is.

As I listened to my radio on the way, conservative talkers Charlie Sykes and Jeff Wagner assured me that there would be no safer place in the world than downtown Milwaukee with 60,000 NRA members, "Freedom's 2nd Army," on the watch. Earlier, Madison talker Vicki McKenna said that despite what we in the liberal media will tell you, there are no freaks at an NRA convention.

Is she right?

Sure, as long as your idea of normal is a crowd that is 100 percent white, mostly older, and mostly male.

I attended a different convention at the Midwest Express Center exactly a year ago. The Milwaukee Bead and Button Show was an estrogen-fest of women pawing over displays of expensive shiny things. This weekend's NRA trade show was a testostorone-fest of men pawing over somewhat larger and more expensive shiny things.

The main difference is political. About as mean as it gets at a bead show are T-shirts that read, "Not Tonight Honey, I'm Beading."

But at the NRA event, I was greeted by Del Ellefson a "Washington County Republican" wearing an anti-Gov. Jim Doyle placard. Inside, the NRA was giving out dump truck stickers that read "Dump Doyle." And there was former Milwaukee Sentinel food editor Lee Aschoff wearing a denim shirt that read "Dump Doyle," on the front, and, on the back, "and Baghdad Russ, too."

Wow, don't see many of those in Madison.

Around 2 p.m., we all trooped over to the U.S. Cellular Arena to see Ted Nugent open the convention.

Behind me, three men expressed their admiration for the rocker-hunter-gun lover from Michigan.

"Wouldn't want to be a liberal around him!"

"I think the John Birch Society is too liberal."

"I'm to the right of the Spanish Inquistion."

Were they talking so loud because they could tell I was from Madison? Did I give off Liberal-aroma? Could they smell vegan bratwurst on my breath?

At the Arena, I was glad that no one knew that the last show I saw there was the anti-Bush Dixie Chicks.

I watched NRA president Sandy Froman, who looks like a fourth-grade teacher in her pretty flowered scarf, introduce the crazed looking Nugent. As he ripped into the National Anthem on his Tony-the-Tiger striped guitar, I recalled the last time I saw him live: 30 years ago at Bicentennial Fest at the Rockford Speedway. Who knew he'd become a law-and-order type?

And who knew Nugent would become the answer to the trivia question: Who uttered the naughtiest word ever said over the airwaves of Wisconsin Public Radio? Larry Meiller still chokes when he talks about it.

My reverie ended as Nugent hit the last chords of "The Star Spangled Banner." Suddenly, I realized that I was the only person in an arena filled with flag-wagging, gun-loving people who did not stand, with hand over heart. Suddenly, I felt thousands of glaring eyes.

Suddenly, I felt a little less safe in downtown Milwaukee.

I slunk out a side entrance and didn't relax until I crossed the Dane County line.

Cross-cultural visits are nice, but I feel safer among my own.

Contact Susan Lampert Smith at ssmith@madison.com or 252-6121.


TOPICS: Business/Economy; Constitution/Conservatism; Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Editorial; Foreign Affairs; US: Wisconsin
KEYWORDS: banglist; diversity; enemedia; nra; nugent; tolerantleft
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Feel free to Freep this moron.
1 posted on 05/22/2006 1:11:02 PM PDT by Diana in Wisconsin
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

She's not worth FReeping. F her.


2 posted on 05/22/2006 1:13:33 PM PDT by Extremely Extreme Extremist (Conservatism is moderate, it is the center, it is the middle of the road)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

People who dont stanbd for the Star Spangled Banner arent Americans, no matter what they call themselves.

This POS loves her free speech someone else earned for her though.


3 posted on 05/22/2006 1:16:49 PM PDT by sgtbono2002
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To: Diana in Wisconsin
"Feel free to Freep this moron."

Anne Coulter does it better (and is WAY better looking).

4 posted on 05/22/2006 1:17:13 PM PDT by Wonder Warthog (The Hog of Steel-NRA)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

Sure, as long as your idea of normal is a crowd that is 100 percent white, mostly older, and mostly male."

Well, that has to remedied.

Somebody tell the 2nd amendment sisters.


5 posted on 05/22/2006 1:17:37 PM PDT by I still care ("Remember... for it is the doom of men that they forget" - Merlin, from Excalibur)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin
"I slunk out a side entrance and didn't relax until I crossed the Dane County line."

Stay there sweetie, we're trying to contain the infection.

"Cross-cultural visits are nice, but I feel safer among my own."

Your own what? Too many easy answers come to mind but "your own strain" is most in keeping with the comment above.

6 posted on 05/22/2006 1:22:33 PM PDT by muir_redwoods (Free Sirhan Sirhan, after all, the bastard who killed Mary Jo Kopechne is walking around free)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin
Cross-cultural visits are nice, but I feel safer among my own.

A lamb would probably say the same thing about a sheep dog convention. That doesn't mean that the lamb wasn't perfectly safe or that the lamb would be safe in the sole company of sheep.

She sleeps secure in her bed because rough men commit violence in her name.

7 posted on 05/22/2006 1:23:28 PM PDT by magslinger (WWJBD? What Would Jack Bauer Do?)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin
Cross-cultural visits are nice, but I feel safer among my own.

Nice she's not a bigot.

8 posted on 05/22/2006 1:24:57 PM PDT by E. Pluribus Unum (Islam Factoid:After forcing young girls to watch his men execute their fathers, Muhammad raped them.)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin
Sure, as long as your idea of normal is a crowd that is 100 percent white, mostly older, and mostly male.

And I can just about guarantee that the Bead and Button show was 100 white, mostly older, and mostly female.
9 posted on 05/22/2006 1:26:32 PM PDT by Gingersnap
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To: I still care

Sure, as long as your idea of normal is a crowd that is 100 percent white, mostly older, and mostly male."

Sounds like the crowd that has been defending our freedom for the last 200 years.


10 posted on 05/22/2006 1:26:35 PM PDT by Old North State
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

"100%WHITE,OLDER AND MOSTLY MALE".I wonder if this liberal would have been so descriptive if it had been,100%black,younger and mostly male?As is with all liberals they hate whites and denegrate them at every turn.


11 posted on 05/22/2006 1:26:47 PM PDT by INSENSITIVE GUY
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

I'll bet her husband Matt is a sissy.


12 posted on 05/22/2006 1:26:48 PM PDT by SittinYonder (Ic ■Št gehate, ■Št ic heonon nelle fleon fotes trym, ac wille fur­or gan,)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin
Suddenly, I felt a little less safe in downtown Milwaukee.

Because how you feel means more than what the facts are. Apparently, nobody threatened the author, or it would have certainly been mentioned. But of course, to a Lib, it's all about feelings.

13 posted on 05/22/2006 1:30:41 PM PDT by 50sDad (ST3d: Real Star Trek 3d Chess: http://my.ohio.voyager.net/~abartmes/tactical.htm)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

"Did I give off a liberal aroma?"


Yes

Lak a road-kill skonk, I betcha.


14 posted on 05/22/2006 1:32:41 PM PDT by tumblindice
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To: E. Pluribus Unum
I can understand that she "feels safer among her own".
The vast majority of them spend the day dreaming of bumping their heads on the underside of bill clinton's desk.
I would imagine this is the type of "reporter" the media sends to the Green Zone to report from Iraq.
15 posted on 05/22/2006 1:37:28 PM PDT by mikeybaby (long time lurker)
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To: I still care
There were lots of SASTERS there--guess she was only looking at the guys--LOL!


16 posted on 05/22/2006 1:38:40 PM PDT by basil (Exercise your Second Amendment--buy another gun today!)
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To: Extremely Extreme Extremist

Don't think she's worth that either.


17 posted on 05/22/2006 1:39:16 PM PDT by Tribune7
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To: I still care

"Sure, as long as your idea of normal is a crowd that is 100 percent white, mostly older, and mostly male."

More liberal stereotypes about gun owners. I've been to lots of gun shows and I'm 50% white, under 30 years old, and 100% female.


18 posted on 05/22/2006 1:41:21 PM PDT by JillValentine (Big government is never the solution and usually the problem.)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

Let's no one 'freep' the NRA, OK? See http://www.nrawol.com for links to http://www.keepandbeararms.com archive of NRA loving-gun control abuses. Gun control from the right or left is evil. Gallus-snapping shotgun-chic NRA GALs (Get A Lifers) can osculate my scurvy fundament. Good people should be armed when and where they will and not by the NRA dispensation. PHUI Tagline...


19 posted on 05/22/2006 1:41:46 PM PDT by dhuffman@awod.com (The conspiracy of ignorance masquerades as common sense.)
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To: 50sDad
a little less safe in downtown Milwaukee.

I guess if downtown Milwaukee has mostly older white males then it is a pretty safe place. A bit on the dull side, but safe none the less.
20 posted on 05/22/2006 1:43:31 PM PDT by P-40 (Al Qaeda was working in Iraq. They were just undocumented.)
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To: Wonder Warthog
Anne Coulter does it better (and is WAY better looking).

You rang?


21 posted on 05/22/2006 1:51:29 PM PDT by Cobra64 (All we get are lame ideas from Republicans and lame criticism from dems about those lame ideas.)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin
Earlier, Madison talker Vicki McKenna said that despite what we in the liberal media will tell you, there are no freaks at an NRA convention. Is she right? Sure, as long as your idea of normal is a crowd that is 100 percent white, mostly older, and mostly male.

Same tired Leftist lies. Such trash gets a good laugh among my gun club's female, black, and Asian members.

22 posted on 05/22/2006 1:53:23 PM PDT by pabianice
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To: Cobra64

Nice, but you should have posted the other gal's pic, too (so folks can see how "apt" the comparison is.


23 posted on 05/22/2006 1:57:51 PM PDT by Wonder Warthog (The Hog of Steel-NRA)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin
Sure, as long as your idea of normal is a crowd that is 100 percent white, mostly older, and mostly male.

Hmmm...I'm not old (30) and female (last I checked) and was there. There were tons of women there on Saturday. My husband and I were taking a break near one of the entrances and saw several women come in either alone or in a group of 2 or 3. And I have to say, that this "womyn" is extremely short sighted. There were people there from every single walk of life that other then supporting the NRA I don't know how they would all be lumped into one catagory.

24 posted on 05/22/2006 2:10:39 PM PDT by retrokitten (Yabba dabba soul patrol!!)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin
Suddenly, I realized that I was the only person in an arena filled with flag-wagging, gun-loving people who did not stand, with hand over heart. Suddenly, I felt thousands of glaring eyes.

Suddenly, I felt a little less safe in downtown Milwaukee.

You were with Law Abiding Constitution loving Americans. You needn't have been afraid. Ashamed, yes, but afraid, no.

25 posted on 05/22/2006 2:11:53 PM PDT by El Gato
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To: Diana in Wisconsin
Cross-cultural visits are nice, but I feel safer among my own.

B-b-b-but that... that's not embracing diversity...(sob) She's... she's... she's a HATEMONGER...
26 posted on 05/22/2006 2:14:56 PM PDT by snowrip (Liberal? YOU HAVE NO RATIONAL ARGUMENT. Actually, you lack even a legitimate excuse.)
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To: Wonder Warthog
Nice, but you should have posted the other gal's pic, too (so folks can see how "apt" the comparison is.

Here ya go.

No comparison at all.

27 posted on 05/22/2006 2:18:00 PM PDT by El Gato
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To: Diana in Wisconsin
Sure, as long as your idea of normal is a crowd that is 100 percent white, mostly older, and mostly male.

I went to the black panthers convention and was appalled to find that the crowd was mostly black, mostly young, and mostly male. The chutzpah of those people!!!

28 posted on 05/22/2006 2:18:05 PM PDT by hoosierboy (I am not a gun nut, I am a firearm enthusiast)
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To: basil
There were lots of SASTERS there--guess she was only looking at the guys--LOL!

That is understandable, she was probably under the influence of all the testostrone being exuded. All the 'men' she knows are liberals and never touch the stuff. Real women are around it more and can handle a little testosterone in the air.

29 posted on 05/22/2006 2:21:09 PM PDT by magslinger (WWJBD? What Would Jack Bauer Do?)
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To: retrokitten
There were tons of women there on Saturday.

I doubt the author was there on Saturday though. Maybe did a drive-by after getting a shake at Sonic or something.
30 posted on 05/22/2006 2:32:03 PM PDT by P-40 (Al Qaeda was working in Iraq. They were just undocumented.)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin
I had to join the National Rifle Association Friday to get into the "acres of guns and gear" exhibit at the gun group's annual convention.

Her first lie or evidence of cluelessness. One is not required to join the NRA to attend the exhibits. However one does have to pay to get in, and a complementary membership comes with the entry charge. However one can refuse the membership. If one is a Life member, the entry fee is waived. I just interviewed our local life member, who went when it was in Houston last year, to get that info.

31 posted on 05/22/2006 2:35:26 PM PDT by El Gato
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To: Diana in Wisconsin
I'm keeping the mini-Glock keychain

Just don't let your kid take it to school.

32 posted on 05/22/2006 2:36:11 PM PDT by El Gato
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

Man all those guns and all those crazy gun nuts running around and nobody was shot, no one was arrested for blowing up the joint, no one was stabbed, beaten, raped, mugged, murdered, etc, etc, etc.

Do I make my self clear you liberal nut job.


33 posted on 05/22/2006 2:37:37 PM PDT by Duke Wayne
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To: El Gato; Diana in Wisconsin
One is not required to join the NRA to attend the exhibits.

Correct.

34 posted on 05/22/2006 2:44:23 PM PDT by facedown (Armed in the Heartland)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

Ahhh. Camo nighties. Yea baby!


35 posted on 05/22/2006 2:47:26 PM PDT by stevio (Red-Blooded Crunchy Con American Male (NRA))
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

There were African-Americans at the convention. I know as I worked in the membership area on Friday morning and personally registered several. We had Asians and South Asians too. Sure, most of us are white males, but the women shooters and mens' wives were there too.

If this writer thinks we a funny, she must think paying taxes, worshiping God, raising kids, staying married and following the law is funny too.


36 posted on 05/22/2006 2:48:28 PM PDT by RicocheT
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

Let here drop dead.


37 posted on 05/22/2006 2:51:20 PM PDT by Unicorn (Too many wimps around.)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin
I ought to send Susan Lampert Smith one of my bumper stickers:

"Buy a gun -
Piss off a liberal!"

38 posted on 05/22/2006 2:53:36 PM PDT by nightdriver
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To: El Gato

The exhibits were free for all members and their families, not just lifetime members.


39 posted on 05/22/2006 2:54:23 PM PDT by retrokitten (Yabba dabba soul patrol!!)
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To: Admin Moderator

Troll Alert!


40 posted on 05/22/2006 2:59:53 PM PDT by Shooter 2.5 (Vote a Straight Republican Ballot. Rid the country of dems. NRA)
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To: RicocheT

"If this writer thinks we a funny, she must think paying taxes, worshiping God, raising kids, staying married and following the law is funny too."

She's completely un-funny. Haven't read anything amusing out of her in years. She's a total race-baiter, too. When they were having problems in Madison around the Capitol Square because the "Hip Hop Crowd" was having too much fun at one of their bars and disturbing the new (white, yuppie) tenants of some nearby $500K condos at bar time, Boy Howdy, did she lay it on thick.

You should've heard her crucifying smokers when businesses in Madison were fighting the city-wide smoking ban. She is totally clueless on any social issue, and as for "diversity" she's a white female, always lived in the midwest, has a husband and 2.5 kids and the standard liberal Subaru.

Yeah, she knows sooooo much about everyone else's life. *Rolleyes*


41 posted on 05/22/2006 3:22:57 PM PDT by Diana in Wisconsin (Save The Earth. It's The Only Planet With Chocolate.)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

Cross-cultural visits are nice, but I feel safer among my own.

We feel safer with him there too.

Imagine a liberal so color blind he couldn't find a person
of a different race out of all those people, now THAT is
progress ive.


42 posted on 05/22/2006 3:30:57 PM PDT by tet68 ( " We would not die in that man's company, that fears his fellowship to die with us...." Henry V.)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

Her, HER! Wouldn't want to be rude and confuse her gender.


43 posted on 05/22/2006 3:31:35 PM PDT by tet68 ( " We would not die in that man's company, that fears his fellowship to die with us...." Henry V.)
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To: El Gato

Jinkies!

I didn't know Velma got contacts...


44 posted on 05/22/2006 4:00:33 PM PDT by Kommodor (Is it just me or has the Fourth Estate become the Fifth Column?)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

Did I miss something? The author does not seem to mention any actual guns that she saw there, focusing instead on the trinkets and stereotyping the attendees - maybe the actual firearms were too yucky and scary and threatening for her to get close enough to actually (gasp) touch one. Or was it just that she was so disgusted by the experience of mingling with those yucky and scary and threatening older white males that she left in disgust before she had a chance to be scared by the guns.


45 posted on 05/22/2006 4:35:06 PM PDT by Zeppo
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To: Diana in Wisconsin
Suddenly, I realized that I was the only person in an arena filled with flag-wagging, gun-loving people who did not stand, with hand over heart. Suddenly, I felt thousands of glaring eyes.

Recently, I (a former Scouter) was at a local Scout Jamboree, (doing a flint-knapping demo) when the bugler played "To the Colors". I just had time to drop what I was doing, get to my feet, face the flagstaff, remove my headgear, and place my hand over my heart -- when the National Anthem started.

Sad to say, walking across the parade ground toward me (with their backs to the flag) were two women in Denmasters' uniforms -- yakking away and ignoring the ceremony. As they came abreast of me, in my best "drill sergeant" voice, (with the volume cranked 'way down) I barked, "Ladies! Honor the Flag!!!

In obvious confusion, they turned around, looked around to see what others were doing, and, finally, saluted. One just put her hand over her heart, and the other (realizing she was in uniform, I guess, rendered a sloppy Scout (not Cub) salute.

As soon as the Anthem was over, they took off like a shot. (Apparently, they feared that I intended to to give them a "dressing down" -- and, truthfully, the thought did cross my mind). '-}

Later that afternoon, they brought their Pack by to see my demo. I couldn't resist saying, "I hope you both are going to go home, read the Handbook, and give these boys a good lesson on proper Flag etiquette at your next meeting...")

Had I been seated near this reporterette, I could not have resisted growling, "On your feet!". And if she didn't stand, my next word certainly would not have been, "Lady"... :-{

46 posted on 05/22/2006 5:19:16 PM PDT by TXnMA (Remember the Alamo! Remember Goliad! Repeat San Jacinto!!!)
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To: TXnMA

I hate people like that.

I still have nightmares about screwing up a flag raising or lowering or folding or not having my "cover" or some other piece of my uniform out of kilter, or making a mis-step while on Color Guard, etc. And I've been out of the Army for nearly ten years now!

I'm glad there are still people like you in this world that take this stuff seriously. It's obviously burned into my brain for all time, LOL!

Keep up the good work. :)


47 posted on 05/22/2006 5:29:11 PM PDT by Diana in Wisconsin (Save The Earth. It's The Only Planet With Chocolate.)
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To: I still care

I remember hearing one of the pro gun gay group 'Pink Pistols' put it this way: "What if Matthew Shepard had been packing?".


48 posted on 05/22/2006 5:29:20 PM PDT by RedStateRocker (Nuke Mecca, deport all illegals, abolish the IRS, ATF and DEA.)
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To: SittinYonder

"I'll bet her husband Matt is a sissy."

Can't say about that, but have you checked to see if Matt is short for Matilda?

;-)


49 posted on 05/22/2006 7:03:16 PM PDT by GladesGuru (In a society predicated upon Liberty, it is essential to examine principles, - -)
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

Thank you, I will. :)


50 posted on 05/22/2006 7:06:01 PM PDT by Chena (Bite me, cannibals. ;))
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