Discussion in 'Freedom and Liberty' started by pearlselby, Jan 16, 2016.
Growing number of police chiefs, sheriffs join call to arms | Fox News
This is a good thing. Unfortunately, there are gonna be some knuckleheads in there as well.
When your local LEO, knows that you are your own First Responder, then they encourage you to be just THAT.... Your Own, First Responder... For what ever comes your Way.... Just like the Old Days... The Sheriff only hangs out in Town, and the Ranchers only called on him, AFTER THE FACT... They even brought the Bodies into town draped over the saddle.... That is the way The Law Works, out here in the Alaskan Bush, and that is one reason I live out here...
@GrayGhost, there will always be those knuckleheads to consider.
@BTPost, you are exactly right. One must be responsible for oneself first. The wagon-draped bodies remind me of several Gunsmoke episodes.
Not good enough.
I agree! This has to be an overwhelming majority of Police Chiefs and Sheriffs across the country. If they aren't calling for responsible gun owners to arm themselves then they do not support the 2A and need to be replaced. JMO
Yes, not enough at all.
I agree...though you have to start somewhere.
Sometimes a voice is needed to be heard before others will speak up. Sad, but it happens....a herd mentality. Better than nothing I suppose.
Turning things around MUST begin at home... And then watch things turn around in surrounding counties, and communities...
I nearly made a connection between obummer and king kanute. In that each gun bought and carried, each sheriff declared, each CC permit issued, was like the ocean tide coming in and no one could fail to be swept away.
But in truth, king kanute was a very wise man, who was not the fool portrayed as ordering the tide to receed. He proved publicly, that a king is NOT all powerful, and obummer had yet to learn that, so the comparison would not be fair to king Kanute.
Thank you @kellory
“The benefits of people getting their license, carrying lawfully, certainly outweigh the money I would lose,”
Another benefit of people getting their license that you've registered yourself with us as a gun-owner...thanks!
A call to arms is a good thing...a call to registration, not so much.
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