By Tom Knighton
Some people will never like the idea of owning a firearm. That’s fine. It’s not for everyone. Everyone has their interests and passions, and they should be free to pursue them so long as they don’t include intentionally harming other people or, perhaps, themselves. That’s the kind of thing that happens in a free country.
However, some people don’t want this nation to be free. Not really.
Oh, they’ll say they do. They’ll pay lip service to the idea of freedom, especially this close to Independence Day. They’ll make all the right noises about freedom and liberty and then destroy it all with a “but…” right at the end.
You see, they’re not interested in freedom. They’re interested in taking away yours. They’re interested in dictating not just what you do, but they will even try to control how you think about certain things.
Take retired psychologist Robert Pawlicki, a writer for the Savannah Morning News.
Pawlicki doesn’t like seeing billboards for guns in Savannah. He thinks it’s a bad thing because “gun culture” or something.
Even our everyday grocery stores like Kroger and Publix carry gun magazines that promote assault rifles, the very type of military armament that many in the public …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms