I didn't know how truly oppressed I was until I came across this wonderful American Thinker post about us 55% percent of Americans who sadly are not willing to own a gun, or in my case, cannot afford to do so. Mr.
For those that can't afford it, a grant or subsidy to purchase a weapon (union members can get two weapons subsidized before 2018)
Question: How much are we talking about? Can I get a big, honking machine gun because I'm not really a good shot. If not, I would prefer a small, lady-like weapon that would fit it my purse. Thank you federal government!
(I know I should be in the 45%, but as of right now, I haven't been able to secure the knives around here. *looks behind back warily* The second amendment will still be there when they get a little older and I incorporate marksmanship into our homeschool program. Some of you say it won't given the recent events, but there are a lot more of us in the 55% than there are of them in the 45% IYKWIMAITYD.
"The constitutions of most of our States assert that all power is inherent in the people; that... it is their right and duty to be at all times armed."
--Thomas Jefferson to John Cartwright, 1824.