Call me a cowboy but I want to ban soft targets

Where do you get the real news? From here and here.

Not from the American media, that’s for sure. They are too busy cleaning up after Obama and making him look good to tell us the real facts in this or any other case. CNN, AP and NBC sure won’t be telling us about anything of national importance.

I read the foreign press almost daily. It gives us insight into how they feel about Americans and what the real facts are in any case of national importance – like this Boston Bomber case. I know there is more here than meets the eye, and so do you, my readers.

We all know there are sleeper cells in this nation, just waiting for the right time to strike a blow at us. And America has too damned many soft targets. Do we want to give up our rights to protect those soft targets or do we want to have our rights expanded? I vote for expanded.

I don’t want to see any more “gun free zone” signs anywhere. It’s nothing more than an invitation to criminals/terrorists. How many of these anti-gun libs will put up a sign in their front yard telling everyone it’s a gun free zone? None. Nada. Zip. Ask them. They will either avoid the question altogether or change the subject.

Aurora Colorado: Do you know that there are about 7 theaters around James Holmes’s house, many of which are closer to his apartment than the one he shot up, and he picked the one with the gun free sign?

I don’t know about any of you, but if I’m in a crowd, I want to either carry my weapon or be near someone who has one. I will grant you, this is not going to protect us from bombers. But it will mean that there are NO soft targets left in the U.S.


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