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Location: North Georgia
Disgraceful error of the week: MSNBC covered up the race of the AR-15 protester (he was black) at the Obama rally in Phoenix, and charged white racists with the "offense." Shame on such anti-ethical behavior. No correction is expected. See it with your own eyes. http://tinyurl.com/ntgazj
I said our newly enacted Defensive Display self-defense law was invented in Arizona. It was not. Gary Marbut and Montana get the credit for this fine addition to statutes that protect the public. Sorry. http://www.gunlaws.com/ModelLegislation.htm
WAS FREUD CORRECT?
A brilliant concise explanation of why the media is so distorted and leftist, this guy Bill Whittle has nailed it: http://tinyurl.com/lc5a9q
Black man with gun harms no one:
Arizona does NOT have an open carry law.
Arizona has its Constitution in operation. Big difference. This means open carry is not (and cannot be) banned. There is no law "allowing" citizens to have this right (a detestable statist perspective by the way, government has no power to "allow" us to have arms), people here simply have this right, since statehood (1912). The Uninvited Ombudsman wrote the plain-English Arizona Gun Owner's Guide (going into its 24th Edition in October) so he knows of what he speaks.
What Arizona does have is a concealed-carry ban, infringing on the public's right to keep and bear arms discreetly. This situation was adjusted, by a law of questionable constitutionality, "allowing" the government to issue permission slips to people willing to sign up for permits to discreetly exercise their rights. To get a permission slip you must fill out an application, take a class, pass two tests, pay a steep tax called a "fee," give up your fingerprints, get listed in the criminal database, be certified by the FBI, be issued an expiration date and carry around "your papers" (actually, a plastic card). Yes, there are similarities to what blacks had to endure to exercise the right to vote in the early part of last century, which has since been declared totally unconstitutional.
CNN reporter Henry noted, as hard as this is to believe, that he had never actually seen an AR-15 personally before, so this was learning experience for him (he didn't put it quite that way). See the CNN talking heads wetting their pants over the non incident here: http://tinyurl.com/qa2b99
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