"Sir," she said once again, "you won't let that happen to us, will you?"This one is well worth the read.
Suddenly, in the middle of a record crowd in a busy convention, something clicked.
For the first time in a long time, the whole discussion about guns and gun rights coalesced into an unvarnished truth spoken by a lady most of us would have dismissed without a second glance.
The enormity of it was nearly overwhelming It was as if someone had turned on a bright light in a pitch-black room. The accompanying rush of emotion made my spine tingle and the few hairs still on my head feel as if they at attention.
I had heard a call for help. A direct plea begging that I stop treating the Second Amendment fight like it was just another story...
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
She didn't have a nametag
Jim Shepherd, of Down Range TV, has written what may be the best piece to come out of the NRA Annual Meeting.