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“No cattle-car for me”

Leslie Brown

I live in serious “gun country” since I live IN the country, in TEXAS no less.  And, you know what?  People routinely leave their doors unlocked doors around here because EVERYONE is armed and we have TONS of land to hide any bodies if need be!

The delicious irony in liberals calling conservatives “NAZI’s”  is that it was the Nazi’s who took guns away from the people. Well even in crazyland California, there are some that are “hip” to the history of the Holocaust while most Californians are likely “educated” in gender-studies and “critical theory”.  Why do these “right-wingers” tuck a Glock under their wing?  Because you see, these truly enlightened ones are children of Holocaust survivors, and their parents cared enough to send them to the very best…..shooting school that is. Lea Rosenfeld was quoted below in reference to her parents:

“My question has always been why they didn’t fight back, and my mother could never give me a good answer,”  “They weren’t prepared for it, they didn’t believe it was going to happen and they didn’t have anything to fight back with.” (emphasis added)

Itamar Gelbman, a former lieutenant in the Israel Defense Forces is the instructor of the handgun class, which focuses on target practice and home-invasion scenarios. After firing a particularly successful round, student Doris Wise Montrose jokes, “No cattle-car for me”.

Genesis 12:3 (NKJV) (Regarding Israel and the Jewish people)

I will bless those who bless you, and I will curse him who curses you; and in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.

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