Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Chicago GRE: E.J. Dionne misses his own point in "Arm the Senate!"

E.J. Dionne is one of those guys who's pretty clever but considers himself brilliant (not unlike myself in that regard, actually.) His problem is not that he's not smart; his problem is that he's on the wrong side of history. American citizens are going to carry weapons with them more in the future than they do now. It's coming, it's happening, deal with it.

That's why I decided to have some fun with this one and go crazy with the analogies . . . . because I just love analogies. What do E.J. Dionne and Stephen "The Little Giant" Douglas have in common? Brilliant men on the wrong side of history. Read the whole thing and tell your friends, would you please?


While you're at it, now might be a good time to check out GunVoter.org's forums. They have a forum set up for discussion of all the Gun Rights Examiners and favorite articles; there are 13 or 14 of us now and some have written over 100 articles, so it's nice to have some favorites highlighted. Big thanks to Jeff Knox (hey, there's a name you've heard a time or two) for making this possible.

Also, it's Tuesday, and that means it's time for Gun Nuts: The Next Generation. Caleb and Breda are doing something new and pretty impressive tonight:

That's right guys - tonight on Gun Nuts Radio at 9pm we're going to be talking some Camp Perry, in addition to our news roundup and info session. We'll be joined by the Texas Highpower champion, as well as special guests from NRA, so don't miss out on the show this week.

We go live as usual at 9pm Eastern time at www.blogtalkradio.com/gunnuts - and we want to hear from you! New rule - for every new caller that has never called in before on the show, I'm going to donate $5 to NRA-ILA to help preserve our right to keep and bear arms. So join tonight's show and help keep us shooting for years to come! The call in number is the same as it's always been: 347-539-5436! Tonight at 9pm Eastern, Gun Nuts Radio - The Next Generation of Shooting Sports is here.
I don't think I've ever called in before, so I'm going to call tonight make an Obama Yes We Can donation. (That's where you claim to be donating, but you took the money from somebody else.)

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