Hey Gun Haters: Pro-Gun Girl Solicits Parents for Pics of Their Kids with Guns
Currently, there are four things that are really ticking me off.
They are …
#1). Broccoli. What a foul devil-weed that over rated sprig is, eh?
#2). Drivers who text while driving. I passed this metrosexual the other day in Miami on US1 who was swerving all over the road in his Prius like a gypsy on a three-day tequila bender. When I got up beside him, his nose was down, buried in his cell phone, drafting a text message at forty-five miles per hour. He was probably confirming an appointment to get his eyebrows threaded at JLo’s new salon in Midtown.
#3). Lesbians who hate men but insist on looking like one are really getting on my nerves, also. What the heck, woman? If you love the ladies well then … please look like one. Follow Amber Heard’s lead and quit making it even more confusing for the children. Think. About. The children. No more Flobees. Or stretch pants. Thank you.
And #4). I hate the Left’s knee-jerk infringement into our Second Amendment rights.
Case in point: earlier this week, New Jersey cops and the Department of Youth and Family Services raided a New Jersey family’s home after the DYFS saw a picture of their 11yr.old son holding a .22 rifle on Facebook
Yep, that’s what caused them to show up in Kevlar to this kid’s casa. A Facebook profile picture of him grinning from ear to ear and holding the .22 rifle his dad had just bought him for his birthday. Eee-gads! We can’t have that now, can we?
That photo of a maturing young lad holding his first rifle, which, by the way, has been commonplace since the development of the Daguerreotype, is what spawned an illegal search and attempted seizure of a private citizen’s private property. The Left is truly loosing what’s left of its bereft and fetid head.
However, as batty as they are becoming, we mustn’t allow for them to make us the bad guy and cease being normal people who enjoy normal freedoms like giving our kid a .22 for his birthday and taking a picture of it.
Matter of fact, I say that not only should we mildly oppose their Gestapo like opposition to our constitutional rights to keep and bear arms, but we should go the second step and cram up the very tailpipe that which they pooh-poohed this week; namely, take pics of our kids and grandkids holding their first rifle and show them loud and proud.
My daughter, Second Amendment activist and huntress, Regis Giles of GirlsJustWannaHaveGuns.com decided to rally support for this violated family and our nation’s distaste for DYFS and the NJ cops’ unlawful behavior by calling her 50,000+ subscribers at GirlsJustWannaHaveGuns.com to submit a photo of their child or grandchild with a firearm of their choice.
According to Miss Giles, she will post the photos up on her website, starting Monday March 24th, for everyone and their dawg to see. She’s hoping that by doing this, we, the defiant people of the United-Don’t-Tread-On-Me-States of America, will send a much-needed, concerted message to the Department of Youth and Family Services and their ilk that if they want to pick on one of us, they’re going to have to pick on all of us.
Here is what she needs people to do:
Select a photo of your child/grandchild with a firearm.
Send it in an e-mail as an attachment to: [email protected]
Submit it by midnight Sunday, March 24th.
See it posted Monday on girlsjustwannahaveguns.com .
It’s past time we ceased to be cowed by these haters of our 2nd Amendment rights. Screw them and the horse they rode in on.
Doug Giles is the Big Dawg at: ClashDaily.com. Watch him on: ClashTV. Follow him on: Facebook: andTwitter. And check out his NEW BOOK,: Sandy Hook: When Seconds Count, Police Are Minutes Away.
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