• The Political Commentator
Does the potential for an increase in incidents of civil unrest in the United States pose a clear and present danger to home and family?
I have been out of town the last few days in a part of the country where family's owning guns is not as uncommon as it is in the metropolitan areas on the East Coast.
While there I had a discussion with a friend about the potential for civil unrest to become more prevalent as economic hard times and financial desperation in the United States continues to take a heavy toll on people around the country.
Should guns (legally registered of course) be present in homes as protection in the event of a home invasion? And, if the gun is in the home, how prepared he or I would be to "shoot to kill."
Of course this is something not known until the situation God forbid presents itself, but I would have to say that I believe I am prepared to take whatever steps are necessary to protect my family!
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