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    Seems to be going like any other OC discussion on the Internet..........good amount of decent replies from people with their heads on straight actually, from what I can see.......the anti-OC people will not change just because someone tells them so......it's all been said before and they choose to ignore it.

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    Bulldog1967 wrote: Yeah. Even though it's a gun board, there are still people spouting the anti's talking points.

    And some naive people who don't have a clue how right-to-carry became enacted in their states. They take the fact they can get a license for granted. Perhaps they are too young to remember the time 20+ years ago when only a handful of states had right-to-carry. And they surely aren't aware of the hard work that has gone on to change that.

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    I think this is possibly the best post ever made



    Originally Posted By GeorgiaBII:
    Open carry does make a statement.

    That statement is one of education. Yes you will have to deal with the dicks and ******** of the world. But freedom is not free. You have to fight for it every single day. Doesn't matter if it's on the streets of Baghdad or the streets of Atlanta. Enemies of freedom want you to hide and bow to their silly demands.

    By open carrying you educated the public DAILY that guns are not bad, that guns do belong in the hands of civilians, and that it's LEGAL for non cops to carry.

    Standing up for a right will never be easy. Just ask the gay and lesbians of the past 20 years.

    Citizens stand up and declare "I have this right!" subjects slink in the corners and hide hoping not to be noticed.

    For every liberal pansy I annoy I educated and inspire 2 Citizens.

    I'm willing to take the flack to do that. The question is Why aren't you?

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    dougwg wrote:
    I think this is possibly the best post ever made



    Originally Posted By GeorgiaBII:
    Open carry does make a statement.

    That statement is one of education. Yes you will have to deal with the dicks and ******** of the world. But freedom is not free. You have to fight for it every single day. Doesn't matter if it's on the streets of Baghdad or the streets of Atlanta. Enemies of freedom want you to hide and bow to their silly demands.

    By open carrying you educated the public DAILY that guns are not bad, that guns do belong in the hands of civilians, and that it's LEGAL for non cops to carry.

    Standing up for a right will never be easy. Just ask the gay and lesbians of the past 20 years.

    Citizens stand up and declare "I have this right!" subjects slink in the corners and hide hoping not to be noticed.

    For every liberal pansy I annoy I educated and inspire 2 Citizens.

    I'm willing to take the flack to do that. The question is Why aren't you?
    +1 GeorgiaBII nailed it.
    Bob Owens @ Bearing Arms (paraphrased): "These people aren't against violence; they're very much in favor of violence. They're against armed resistance."

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    jeez, that topic is really going down the drain....

    Started out not to bad, then started looking like the trolls from democraticunderground.com raided the place...

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    Eagleeye wrote:
    jeez, that topic is really going down the drain....

    Started out not to bad, then started looking like the trolls from democraticunderground.com raided the place...
    a charming group of gentlemen to be sure:shock:

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    templar223 wrote:
    Bulldog1967 wrote: Yeah. Even though it's a gun board, there are still people spouting the anti's talking points.

    And some naive people who don't have a clue how right-to-carry became enacted in their states. They take the fact they can get a license for granted. Perhaps they are too young to remember the time 20+ years ago when only a handful of states had right-to-carry. And they surely aren't aware of the hard work that has gone on to change that.

    John
    If they lived in Maryland, NJ, or one of the other socialist enclaves , they would feel the pain I feel every waking minute, the pain of not being legally able to even carry concealed because the gov't thinks cash is more important than life, and that the lives of ruthless criminals are more important than those of the peaceful law abiding. We have lawmakers who stuff self defense bills in their desks so they never get voted on, and who publicly say things like " I just don't get it, why would anyone need to carry a concealed weapon around?". And yet MD is one of the most crime ridden states. There is one word to sum up why someone would need to carry a deadly weapon on them in this state, the word is "Baltimore".

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    That's nice, but it doesn't change the fact that OC is not viewed favorably by the police nor the sheeple in Seattle
    What a ignorant comment to make. I am waiting for my account approval so I can post the SPD training bulletin. If someone else wants to please feel free.
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