February 25, 2013

1,000 Kentuckians Show up in Florence for Day of Resistance Rally

photo credit: Dave Malaska
Thousands of gun and freedom supporters across America attended rallies to show their support for the Second Amendment and the right to bear arms. Florence, Kentucky was well represented, as an estimated 1,000 people gathered in the city to express their solidarity and support of the issue.

Kentucky citizens, as well as a majority of American citizens, oppose the outrageous dictates of Obama, where he has attempted to implement 23 executive orders which could devastate law-abiding citizens and their ownership of guns.

Congressman Thomas Massie spoke at the rally. Massie is an ally of gun owners and supporters of the Second Amendment, working to get rid of the outrageous gun free school zones.

Massie said, “I decided you could do something possibly with legislation to prevent another shooting like that – you could take a law off the books that creates vulnerable populations.”

There is no doubt the answer to protecting people in public places and limiting fatalities is to have armed and trained people ready to take on the lunatics.

Administrators, teachers, or others working in schools should be ready to defend and protect at a moments notice. The only way to do that is to have them armed.

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