"2A Today for The USA" was produced to destroy the gun prohibitionist's agenda.
October 28, 2008 - I've often lamented the fact that most people are more persuaded by
the glitz and polish of a presentation than they are by whether the
underlying message is true or makes any sense. So the bad news is,
instead of just using evidence and logic, people who like freedom
are going to also have to use better salesmanship and production
skills, if they expect to persuade anyone of anything.
The good news is, regarding the Second Amendment, there now is such
a thing: something that is true AND looks good. I won't bother
going on and on about it, since the thing speaks for itself. What I
will say is that, when someone in the freedom "movement" makes
something this professional, the least the rest of us can do is
spread it far and wide. So do.
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