Monday, January 26, 2009


Just a short blog tonight. Obama's first week in office is proving to be real test of my writing skills. There's just too much dangerous liberal idiocy being instituted at the hands of Barak Obama for me to cover in the little free time I happen to have tonight. I would rather take my time and sort it all out properly in the coming days. Stay tuned.

Instead, I would like to tell you about my evening at home alone with my four month old son. One of the benefits of having a totally dependant infant to take care of is the TV time I get to catch up on while feeding him. Tonight was no exception. My view of choice turned out to be an oldie but a goody. "Death Wish" with Charles Bronson is a movie that I have probably seen at least a few dozen times in my lifetime. I haven't seen it in a long time though, and that's probably why I saw it in a different light when I watched it tonight. In fact, the last time I watched it, I'm pretty sure I was in my early twenties, and liberal as the day is long. Now, I have a family.
In my book, I tried my best to write a chapter that explained in easy to understand terms exactly why a person has the right to defend themselves against the criminal element. I used analogies, parables, along with good old fashion common sense and reasoning to make the case for our Second Amendment rights.
As it turns out, I would have been better served to just tell my readers to watch Death Wish. I was only four years old at the time, so I can only guess that this movie raised alot of eyebrows at it's original opening. But I have seen no other movie that better explains the positive effect that a firearm can have on the populous when they are free to carry one.
If you're still a little fuzzy on your right to protect your family, I urge you to watch this movie.