Some catchy phrases & thoughts that I find useful to remember when I'm getting dressed in the morning.

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I am Responsible For My Own Safety.

Carry Everywhere.

Does this poster make sense to you?  I think it's an eye-opener.

Who is anyone to blame you or me for what a trivial percentage of other people have done?

Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

I watch the Watchers.

The Second Amendments isn't about guns, like so many want to focus on,
it's simply about the Right to defend yourself.

You may choose not to have anything to do with guns, but let me hear you say that you do not have the Right to defend yourself or the ones you love. Now say that I don't.

Many people have not considered the difference between a Right and a privilege...

Right - In Constitutional Law, rights are classified as natural, civil, and political. Natural rights are those that are believed to grow out of the nature of the individual human being and depend on her personality, such as the rights to life, liberty, privacy, and the pursuit of happiness. God gave us Rights.

Privilege - A special benefit, exemption from a duty, or immunity from penalty, given to a particular person, a group or a class of people. Your government grants you privileges. Driving a car is a privilege.

The Bill of Privileges Rights is Not a Buffet.

"To ban guns because criminals use them is to tell the innocent and
law-abiding that their rights and liberties depend not on their own
conduct, but on the conduct of the guilty and the lawless, and that the
law will permit them to have only such rights and liberties as the
lawless will allow..." - Jeff Snyder

Who is telling you this?  Friends?  The Media?  and ?

All opinions expressed are my own, unless otherwise attributed. When any principle, law, tenet, probability, happening circumstance, or result can in no way be directly, indirectly, empirically, or circumstantially proven, derived, implied, inferred, induced, deducted, estimated, or scientifically guessed, it will always for the purpose of convenience, expediency, political advantage, material gain, or personal comfort, or any combination of the above, or none of the above, be unilaterally and unequivocally assumed, proclaimed, and adhered to as absolute truth to be undeniably, universally, and infinitely so, and being either rational, cost-effective, or threat appropriate, until such time as it becomes advantageous to assume otherwise, maybe.

The Bill of Rights is Not a Buffet.
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