This is much easier to believe than the utter BS put out by the white house. Navy Seals tell details of killing Bert Laden! Upset by the official account, US Navy Seals commandos reveal the truth of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, nicknames and all. Osama Bin Laden was killed within 90 seconds of the US Navy Seals landing in his compound, and not after a protracted gun battle, according to the first account by the men who carried out the raid. The operation was so clinical that only 12 bullets were fired. The Seals have spoken out because they were angered at the version given by politicians, which they see as portraying them as cold-blooded murderers on a kill mission.
I strongly agree with Mr. Schmidt on this issue and I feel that hostile confrontation is not our best tool selection in working toward public support for our 2nd Amendment rights. Please read this letter and evaluate where you stand. – Dick Hime, Owner/Operator, Raymore Outdoor Sports
The Thin Line Between Rights and Responsibilities
BY TIM SCHMIDT – USCCA FOUNDER
Let me preface today’s conversation by painting a picture of what I wish our country looked like today:
I wish it was commonplace for people like you and me to stop by our local coffee shops carrying AR-15s over our shoulders.
1) God is the one in charge, but don’t expect Him to just do everything for you. He gave you a brain and muscles for a reason.
2) Pray daily.
3) Showing Christ’s love does not mean you have to accept as “OK” every behavior of every person. It just means that you have to treat everyone with respect and compassion.
4) You will be a better witness by example than by Bible-thumping.
By Syd at Sight M1911
December 14th, 2007 by Syd
For anyone who has been raised with traditional Christianity and who takes seriously the right and responsibility of self-defense, the vision of church members armed and engaging psychopathic killers in the church presents a jarring cognitive dissonance. After all, the church is supposed to be a place of peace, healing and redemption, a sanctuary from the evil of the outside world, and not an arena for combat. How can a thoughtful Christian reconcile armed self-defense with an understanding of New Testament Christianity?
I don’t carry a gun… … to kill people. I carry a gun to keep from being killed.
I don’t carry a gun to scare people. I carry a gun because sometimes this world can be a scary place.
I don’t carry a gun because I’m paranoid. I carry a gun because there are real threats in the world.
I don’t carry a gun because I’m evil. I carry a gun because I have lived long enough to see the evil in the world.