Just last December kids were innocently penciling cute letters to Santa asking for toys. By mid-January, they were writing the president asking for stronger gun control laws. It's amazing how fast children grow up. And of course, they wrote these letters on their own, with no prompting or help from their parents. The president then publicly read a couple of the children's letters on national television and even had children staged behind him for the signing of his 23 proposed gun law changes.
Then, when a National Rifle Association ad simply pointed out that the school the president's girls attend is protected by armed guards the media screamed fowl, claiming it just wasn't right interjecting children into gun control "debate." Anybody else see the hypocricy here?
For those who don't think personal firearm ownership can save lives, every month there is a page devoted to just that in an NRA magazine. Go to: nrapublications.org/index.php/armed-citizen.
Remember, when seconds count, the police are just minutes away.