This note was originally
published in our Guestbook, but
it's such a nice, refreshing message, we just had to put it on our home page.
Message in Support of the Right to Keep And Bear Arms
by Charlene Sanders
I'd like to take a moment and thank Angel for taking the initiative to put
this wonderful site up! What a wonderful venue we have for sharing information
and supporting each other.
I am the mother of 4 (ages 24, 23, 19 and 13) and I AM VERY PROUD TO SAY ALL
VALUE AND RECOGNIZE THEIR RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS. My 24 y/o son recently
returned from the Navy where he was stationed at Pearl on a destroyer, the USS
HOPPER identical to the USS Cole. I am proud to have children to know how
important it is to be able to exercise their 2nd Amendment rights. We go to the
range on a regular basis.
I recently took my 2 year old grandson, Cody to the range and watched him sit
in his mother's lap, (my daughter Betsy) his hands on the outside of hers (she
was holding it) and he got to shoot his great, great grandfather's Scout single
action .22 pistol. I almost cried. I got plenty of pictures of him grinning from
ear to ear. When he comes to my house he comes to the (locked) gun cabinet and
points up and says, "gun" and smiles. His Daddy's dad will be taking
him deer hunting the first real opportunity that presents itself.
In reference to the latest letter
I read posted by Angel by the woman who in essence said she'd rather be raped...
this is a sad commentary on America. We must not let this be the legacy we leave
to our children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. By not doing everything
we can to secure their rights, we will not be doing them any favors. We have a
clear responsibility to do everything we possibly can to make sure we leave them
a FREE country.
Ladies, go shooting with your husbands. Yes, I'm talking about going duck
hunting; deer hunting; quail, squirrel etc...I'm sure they'd be surprised if not
delighted you'd like to go. Besides it will give you some needed practice in
case you ever NEED to preserve your own life.
I take my kids to the range as often as I can. I want my 13 y/o to be
familiar with a weapon. I do not want her to be at some man's mercy should she
ever be in the unfortunate position of having to defend herself and no one else
around. God himself couldn't help the man who would ever try anything with her
mother close at hand!!!
Thanks Angel for the forum.
LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC!
DEATH TO THE NEW WORLD ORDER!
GOD BLESS AMERICA AGAIN!
Charlene, you are welcome. Please tell us more about what it's like to raise
smart kids in a world of victim-minded people. Please tell us your experiences
raising your younguns with some good American sense -- and pride. Use our Article
Submission Form, and let's hear some more from you. We LIKE publishing new
people, the more the merrier.