I didn't know anything about it until I turned the corner onto Main St. and saw this:
We cut the walk short, and went home. I swapped my Breakers cap for my NRA cap, and went over to join in and get some photos:
|The crowd across the intersection.|
|A couple of folks came bearing arms.|
I haven't been to a demonstration since the 80s. This one seemed to me to be important to participate in. The direction President Obama is taking this country is wrong. No government should have as much control of peoples' live has his assumed, from health care to unconstitutional laws trying to disarm the citizenry.
I have not been this afraid since the early 60s, when I wondered every day if the Russians would push the button down. I do not want the sheriff coming to my door to inspect my guns. I want to afford to shoot them, which means nothing but sales tax on ammo. I don't need expensive liability insurance because I own guns.
The people I met today seemed decent, rational, and patriotic. Several people recommended a particular gun club to me, and I plan on joining. I don't want to be alone in this mess.
Main and Broadway is a busy intersection, PA routes 24 and 74, from the MD state line, up to York and Carlisle. We got a lot of support from passers-by, honking horns, waving, and giving thumbs-up. I'm happy be where the kind of government intrusion Obama seems bent on will be resisted. I am glad I wound up here.
(Cross posted over the Window on Red Lion)