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carry a Gun scary kill government prepared safety protection

WHY I CARRY A GUN


Written by
Morpheus Titania
Date: 09-01-2009
Subject: Gun Rights

"Why I carry a Gun" author unknown

I do not carry a gun because it is comfortable,
carrying a gun is not comfortable;
I carry a gun because it is comforting.
 
I do not carry a gun because I am afraid;
I carry a gun so I do not have to live in fear.
 
I do not carry a gun to kill people;
I carry a gun to keep from being killed.
 
I do not carry a gun to scare people;
I carry a gun because sometimes this world
can be a scary place.
 
I do not carry a gun because I am evil;
I carry a gun because I have lived long enough
to see the evil in this world.
 
I do not carry a gun because I am angry;
I carry a gun so that I do not have to spend the rest
of my life hating myself for not being prepared.
 
I do not carry a gun to make me
feel like I'm a better man;
I carry a gun because men know how to take
care of themselves and the ones they love.
 
I do not carry a gun because I love it;
I carry a gun because I love life and the people
who make it meaningful for me.
 
I do not carry a gun because I hate the government;
I carry a gun because I understand the limitations
of government.
 
I carry a gun because I know that I alone am responsible for my safety and I have not abdicated that right and responsibility to anyone else.
 
It is a "fundamental principle of American law that a government and its agents are under no general duty to provide public protection, to any individual citizen"  Warren v District of Columbia  44A.2d a (D.C. Ct of Ap., 1981)
 
When Seconds count - the police are only minutes away.
Chris Obama rally gun carry protection police rights responsibility second amendment 

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Comments in Response

Comment by: Max Woody Media-ocre (#017743)
   Entered on: 2009-09-02 07:36:57

wait a minute...the little power phrase above the picture of Chris says "when seconds count the police are only minutes away"...I though they were right next to Chris as he had policeman asigned shadowing him..wrong phrase for the wrong picture at the wrong event..there were cops all over the place within a few feet..  

Comment by: Max Woody Media-ocre (#017743)
   Entered on: 2009-09-02 07:27:41

What N.R.A. Ted Nugent and the “plastic medicine man” Oyoate here totally miss in their message is that the 2nd amendment has nothing to do with hunting rights or defending yourself outside of your home. Its only about fighting a tyrannical Govt. Our forefathers were always using guns to hunt to survive and feed the family. So that was not the issue. This is a true story…. I am shopping for boots one day a guy comes walking into the store wearing an EGO gun belt holster strapped with two 45's pearl handles hanging out. It was very intimidating in a dept store. Five minutes later another “gun toter” walks in with a Concealed 9mm and pulls it on the other shopper assuming he is getting ready to robbing the place...at that point the clerk pulls out a shot gun and levels it on me thinking I am part of the crew...everyone is innocent in the store yet the intimidation and EGO got way out of legal bounds in a hurry. Thank God I did not have a gun or I would of “self defended” myself against the store clerk since he pointed a gun at me and I felt threatened for my life. I would have probably been shot by the other gun toter and or we would have all been dead.or charged with attempted robbery....all in the name of EGO gun toters RIGHTS ??. When people have guns things just happen... Thomas ask yourself truthfully Have you ever needed to fire off a few rounds and cap somebody to protect yourself?? probably not. You would never have a chance to even pop off a few rounds if a drive by with an assault rifle was done on your home as you sit inside reading Freedoms Phoenix Gun Toters rights article’s…you would have never seen the criminals that might even have a “concealed handgun permit“…your gun becomes totally ineffective at that point to protect your home. As your patching all those holes in your house Im sure you would be questioning the validity of assault rifles on the street. So the worn out phrase “when guns are outlawed only outlaws will have guns” goes out the window once all of us are armed..who becomes the outlaw at that point.?? 

Comment by: Jet Lacey (#017811)
   Entered on: 2009-09-02 03:46:25

Hey, look on the bright side:

If she looked like me, at least she'd have a wicked pair of "getaway sticks" that would look simply killer in some 6" stiletto "f*ck me" pumps. 

Comment by: Brock (#011655)
   Entered on: 2009-09-01 20:59:37

The lady in the background better slow down with that stroller.  She'll hurt her kid.

Of course, you can't see it in a still photo.  Looks like she's unconcerned and enjoying a warm day.  If this was video, though, I'm sure she'd look like the Flash.  Or Jet.

Comment by: Oyate (#011589)
   Entered on: 2009-09-01 20:31:15

Well fleeping creeping jeepers why not make it all personal?

Everybody I grew up with carried guns because hunting season comes but once a year but putting roadkill out of it's misery is a year-round activity.

Everybody carried guns because hunting season comes but once a year but people are hungry year-round.

Everybody carried fishing poles because in season, fish are a sure relief from an all-meant diet.

Everybody had a truck and in the rear window was a rack and it had a shotgun, a deer-rifle and a fishing pole, otherwise you were sure to be a flat-lander.

To be fully equipped to hunt flat-landers required a 4-wheeler and a tow-strap at minimum, but the pay is way better.

Pulling a flat-lander's fancy SUV out of a snow drift pays way better than pulling animals out of trap lines or ice fishing any day.

Ugh, rich wasichu white man in heap big SUV get stuck in snow drift with many fine bags of Carl's Jr.

       
 
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