Saturday, January 19, 2013

Saturday in Mississippi Part 1: 2nd Amendment Rally

We had an overnight guest who I am pleased to say made his bed in the new & improved guest room after a walk around the property and a hearty breakfast of juice, coffee, biscuits & sausage gravy. After breakfast our guest departed for Nashville, and we made our way to the Capital of the Sovereign State of Mississippi.

Hard to believe, but we'd never been to the capital grounds before.

"Dedicated to you, a free citizen in a free land"
Opportunity seized.
While we did not, technically speaking, exercise our 2nd Amendment right at the rally-- as we were on the grounds of the capital guns stayed in the truck-- we did exercise our 1st Amendment rights to peaceably assemble and petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Wish I'd thought of that. Just because the gun is in the truck doesn't mean the holster has to be.

The Governor spoke. 

I think I forgot to mention that Walker-- the 14 your old neighbor kid-- showed up at the door the other day with his single-shot .223 asking if he could go into the woods and sit in his deer stand and try his luck. 

Guns Made America Great!

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