- Dec 9, 2008
- Reaction score
- Ponca City Ok
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Ive read the gossip pages, financial reports, all the good stuff.. yeah, not a huge fan of what I have read. I also don't drink BRCC, I'm not a huge fan of the flavor. I tend to stick with espresso anyways. The beauty of this country is that we can all vote for, support, and throw money at whatever we want. At the end of the day the biggest plus with this that I see is that people are going to see "big bad scary rifles" in close proximity to their daily lives. Imagine if people saw firearms displayed at every starbucks. Making firearms such a normal part of life takes away to the taboo "guns are bad" ideology, which removes the possibility of legislation restricting such rights.
EDIT: Apparently I had a lot more to say.
Look at Israel. Granted, its a different environment there, but everybody serves in the military (with a few exceptions) Everyone has firearms training, parents regularly carry AR's, Galil's, and Fal's on their person while chaperoning children's field trips, firearms are just a way of life there, and since it is normalized and accepted, it isn't looked at as a bad thing. Not from the impressions that I got while I was there. 99% of anti firearm people that I know have or could have their mindsets changed with some training, knowledge, and a general removal of the "shroud of mystery" associated with the deadliness and "lack of necessity" of firearms. Firearms are a tool, just like fishing poles, cars, or wrenches. They must be respected, learned about, and understood. Doesn't mean everyone has to want one or feel like they need to use it, but a universal education and understanding regarding firearms can and will change public perception.
Those are pretty cool!I don’t mind advertising my passion with the evil black rifles.
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That’s the Ok flag superimposed over the rifle.
It’s opened up a lot of conversations out on the road. Make sure I keep them prominently displayed when on the table in front of me.
Only had one negative response.
As a side note, Yeti is anti 2A so I put the stickers right above their name. [emoji6]
Curious why they chose Moore? No complaints, just figured OKC might get more traffic?
I'm curious to see if property was cheaper in Moore compared to others.
I have researched it. Many times. Evan even tried to make the excuse that he made a bet and if he lost he would donate to the left. For starters, no true 2A supporter would ever do that. I wouldn’t even think about it. And i would be upset with the person that came up with the bet. Our 2A rights and all our constitutional rights are not jokes. That’s what they made it to be. He didn’t just donate to Tulsi Gabbard. Either way, people are free to support them. Just like I don’t have to. And the excuse of being a democrat to vote for the least destructive candidate ain’t gonna cut it. A person either supports the 2A and the constitution or they don’t. It’s that simple. Anyone that votes democrat isn’t a true supporter of either or they wouldn’t be a democrat. Same with abortion. I also want to add that when this story first came out Evan DENIED it. He said he NEVER gave money to act blue. Which is a blatant lie. I have seen documents where he did it. And the fact that they distanced themselves form Kyle Rittenhouse is another proof of what he believes. His excuse for that was weak as well. He didn’t want to associate with Kyle because he don’t support him.