Somebody is organizing a day to support those who faithfully support us; Saturday, January 19th. http://beforeitsnews.com/tea-party/...72418.html
I'm a person who believes that gun ownership should be a personal choice and to the greatest extent possible, a private matter.
Firearms are to be protected from all threats (government and private), just as any real American would protect any other liberty.
The "brown-shirts" are going after gun owners; starting in NY with the publication of permit holder's addresses, and outside of gun-shows across the nation, they are interviewing would-be customers on camera.
The Left's choice has been made and it is obvious that love and care for the victims and their families takes a back-seat to their hate for guns and gun-owners.
Modern gun regulations go back to 1968 (FOPA), so I don't see this recent onslaught against our freedom as a new battle, nor do I think it will be the next "Crispus Attucks" moment for our homeland. It is a fierce battle however, that is being fought with the liberal media on their sides; using "Reductio ad Absurdum
" to change the narrative. They intend on turning law abiding citizens into criminals (does anyone really believe that Mrs O Leary's Cow started the Chicago fire?) just like they always do.
In the endless battles for individual liberty; there have been great losses and great victories. The prevailing question throughout time has been if the everyday-private citizens were/are willing to leave their individualist "strong-holds" (self sufficiency) and expose themselves to the enemy?
So, it appears that privacy is being asked to take a "back-seat" to defending our freedoms once more. I can't see myself standing in line at a gun-show on the 19th, but I may decide to shop on-line (my modus oporandi), or send a thank-you note to my "suppliers".