Busy days ahead

Hello!  Hey, thanks to everyone who commented. And to all of you who linked and/or followed, Bless You!  Maybe someday, I’ll be able to match T-Bolt with his TENS of Followers!

But, unfortunately, it’s gonna be some light Blogging for a couple of days.  Got a crew coming in to replace my Garage Door, and we’ve been having some Crappy Weather the last few days.  So if I’m not stretching Tarps, I’ll be back in a couple of days.  But here’s some Homework.  If you look at the Title of my Blog, I’ve decided to accept the Anti-Gunners/Uber-Libs/Arrogant Asshats “Challenge” to have a “Conversation/Dialogue/Discussion” about “Gun Control” and “Keeping our Kids Safe” and all the rest of their Blather about the RKBA and other topics. So the next topic will be “What IS a Firearm, and why is it SOOOO Scary”.  You might be surprised, so think about it.  Take Care, Bubblehead Les out.


7 thoughts on “Busy days ahead

  1. RHT447

    “….and why is it SOOOO Scary”.

    I think Jeff Cooper said it best:

    “Individually, we do not bear arms because we are afraid. We bear arms
    as a declaration of capacity. An armed man can cope – either in the city
    or in the wilderness – and because he is armed, he is not afraid.

    The hoplophobe fears and, yes, hates us, because we are not afraid. We
    are overwhelmingly “other” than he, and in a way that emphasizes his

  2. .45ACP+P

    Another potential topic is “Gun Laws you could support”. I find most gun laws to anathema but could support stiffening sentences for use, possession, or sale of STOLEN guns. Now can we get rid of the 1934 NFA?

  3. Murphy's Law

    How about Project Exile, that gives thugs who commit violent crimes with guns a mandatory five years in federal prison? I kinda love that one, and it chafes the anti-gun crowd to no end that the NRA came up with it and helped get it implemented in several high-crime urban (democrat) areas.


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