See, in Jason Whitlock’s dream world, that black woman would be raped, that black man’s family would be murdered, that black couple would be lynched and that child would be kidnapped and molested. On the other hand, the NRA believes that those innocent people have a constitutional right to defend themselves.
Read the entire short editorial reply to Jason Whitlock.
I am saddened more and more every time the word racism is loosely tossed into the mix. Martin Luther King had guns to protect his family. King applied for a carry License in Alabama, he was denied. WHY?? Because the State government left it up to the local sheriff to decide who got a license. (MAY issue, versus Shall) Who was fighting for 30 years prior to this to remove Must issue laws in Alabama? The NRA. And they are still fighting it. I wonder what King would think today of New Jersey, Maryland, New York and Illinois, all still MAY issue states, if we alive to see people still begging for the RIGHTS.
Last tidbit for today. who walked with MLK on August 28th, 1963 in Washington DC?
On August 28, 1963 he would join Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during the March on Washington. During a roundtable discussion conducted that day in a television studio, Heston discussed his involvement in the movement saying, “Like many Americans this summer, I could no longer pay only lip service to a cause that is so urgently right, and in a time that is so urgently now.”The answer would be the Charleton Heston who later on went on to be the President of the NRA from 1998 to 2003.