and I also have spent 25 years teaching people firearm survival skills and I have trained with some of the best, liberals are even scarcer in those circles
Moore should be praised for his non-violent approach
excellent advice from a patriot.And much better to deal with it nonviolently now, through the political system, than what could possibly happen in the future, which nobody wants to see," Michael Moore said
Turtle - before you train people in these skills is it normal to test, quiz or interrogate them on their political leans and beliefs?
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There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old's life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.... John Rogers
When you shoot, you shoot to hit. That's all that counts in a gunfight, not the number of rounds shot or the noise made, but the hits on target. Better hits help more but any hit is better than none. A slow hit is better than a fast miss, but a fast hit is even better yet.
The idea is to do as many of these as possible as quickly as possible by any means possible to stop a deadly threat as soon as possible. That's what shooting is all about. The longer the threat continues, the more turns to try to kill you the threat has. That is why you must take your turn first and make it the last turn taken.
You shoot to stop the threat and you shoot until the threat stops, which you felt was an iminent threat of death or serious bodily injury to yourself or another person. Anytime you drop the hammer on someone, it is the application of deadly force. Shooting to wound doesn't exist in this time or country.
Michael Moore's latest publicity stunt. That's all this is. He's in the documentary game to make money. Period. He doesn't walk the walk, but he talks the talk - and he knows that 90% of the population looks no further than the talk. Pretty decent actor actually.
I love how, in scary movies, the person yells out, "Hello?" As if the bad guy is gonna be like, "Yeah, I'm in the kitchen! Want a sandwich?"