yea, I watched it, it was pretty awesome!
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You guys/gals watching Hannity and the hour special........Jessie Duff did a really good job!
Its not about guns...Its about Freedom!
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yea, I watched it, it was pretty awesome!
Too bad there wasn't enough time to go more in depth, in the video.
She wasn't quite correct on the pistol grip, though. She mentioned the fore grip as being the pistol grip that the banners want.
Trust in God and keep your powder dry
"A heavily armed citizenry is not about overthrowing the government; it is about preventing the government from overthrowing liberty. A people stripped of their right of self defense is defenseless against their own government." -source
Did not get to watch Hannity. Thanks for posting.
Yeah, too bad the SHEEP will never watch this...
SOLD my guns.
Proud owner of a 12lb. Chinese pug that is DANGEROUS and is soon to be registered!
Thanks for the video, she is awesome! I wish the legislators had enough brains to understand this and quit being afraid of that which they don't understand.
I could watch Jessie Duff make ice cubes 24/7. Watching her shoot is just....wonderful.
Sean had, as usual, a good and important program. He is a great American.
And...from the constructive criticism department...<P>
Sean, ol buddy.
A "bullet" is not a "cartridge" (or a "round of ammunition").
Also, "clips" are not "magazines", but do you get this right...sometimes.
Nevertheless, thanks for an outstanding program!
Never give in--never, never, never, never, in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.
- - Sir Winston Churchill, 1941
Great interview. Did anyone see where the first 9mm round went?
Nice job Jessie but alas it is all in vain for the politicians are not afraid of the features of the big bad scary assualt rifle.... the politicians know that they cannot acquiesce the united states into a One World Government if we retain our ability to resist with equally matched firepower. They are trying to disarm us not due to stupidity but for sinister reasons of global tyranny.
"I believe that the right of the citizen to keep and bear arms must not be infringed if liberty in America is to survive." - Ronald Reagan
I am sharing this video with everyone I can. Short, simple overview of the different Styles, there is a local person that got a Soapbox Blog posted on our local newsrags web site and she said, I quote;
Her "Article" was linked on the main page of the Statesman Journal Website:The bottom line is that these children and adults were killed with an "assault" rifle that was deemed so by the US government and they were killed with a gun that could do this because it was equipped by 30 round magazines, of which, this person had several of. This degree of damage couldn't have been done with a pistol or several pistols or a regular hunting rifle.
Turner resident and gun owner supports ban on assault rifles
It was a great piece and I applaud FOX news for not only airing it, but devoting the entire hour to it.
Hopefully mine and others who wrote letters to the NRA and FOX were listening when we suggested FOX get on board.
This is precisely the type of campaign I was hoping to see from the NRA; education; not emotionally charged ads.
To hear prosecutors, LE officers including veteran homicide detectives say "home invasion is NOT rare" lends a high level of credibility to the cause without hyperbole.
I hope this type of National education for non gun owners who feel the issue does not effect them continues.
"When those who are governed do too little, those who govern can, and will, do too much." Ronald Reagan
Do what you can; then do what you must