They accuse us of being afraid which is why we want/worship guns. Reality is a wee different.

Somebody yells “gun shot” at one of our rallies, and the answers will vary from “What caliber?” to “Who was the dumbass with the negligent discharge?” or even “Who needs first aid?”

And, of course, everybody would probably be at the low-ready position or at least hand on the holstered gun searching for danger.

Oh yes! I almost forgot: D.C. is a huge Gun Free Zone, how come they panicked? I mean, gun free zones work, right? It keeps bad armed actors away, right?

They proved the uselessness of the Gun Free Zone Laws and the confidence they really have in them.

Stay the hell away from me and my people. You are not getting my guns.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

13 thoughts on “The difference between Them and Us.”
  1. Some anti-gun protests in my local town. A good number of pro-gun counter protesters showed up. No violence, maybe some words exchanged. Comments on the local news article calls the ‘pro-gun’ people ‘cowards’ because how dare they express their view when children were killed. How that makes any sense at all I don’t know but I guess insulting people online is ‘so brave’.

  2. I loved the scolding tone of the “there is no issue, do not run!” commands from the speaker.

  3. One possible exception: If a bunch of moronic antifa cats were around, they would probably join in the shooting.

  4. One could achieve a great deal with a few,noisemakers and properly nibbled Pop Tarts.

  5. There was no sound that could have been a shot. They were hyped up on their own fears.

    1. What I’ve been saying. If you can hear someone yelling “Gun shot!”, you would have heard a gun shot.

      Actual gunfire is significantly louder than the average human voice.

  6. Mindless Cattle, Unexpected Occurrence, Reflexive Stampede; not much outside action required.

  7. I can’t remember where I read the story, but a pro-gun person asked an anti-gun person what they would do if they found a loaded gun lying on the ground. The anti’s response was to pick it up and look for someone to shoot.

    The pro-gun person said (paraphrasing), “see, that’s the difference between us. I’d make sure the gun was pointed in a safe direction and nobody was in danger. One of us might be crazy or violent, but it’s not me.”

    That’s the mentality we’re dealing with. They are SO TERRIFIED of “gun violence” that all other forms of violence aren’t important. And they are SO TERRIFIED of gun owners that even “gun violence” is OK as long as we’re the victims.

    1. Methinks the gun violence visited on them will soon far exceed their expectations.

    2. Archer, I have that story in my quotes file, with an attribution (I don’t think I succeeded in verifying it, though):
      ‘I had a liberal colleague giving me grief about guns and that gun owners are crazy, so I just put the question to her – if someone handed you a loaded gun, what would you do with it? She said “I’d look for someone to shoot”. I told her “That’s the difference between me and you – I’d be looking to be sure it was pointed toward a safe place. You’re the one that needs professional help, not me.”‘ — Martin Fischer, Conestoga College (on the bearingarms.com blog)

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