Stand at EASE!!!
The leftist defenders of the right of "free speech" have (once again)
demonstrated that their definition of "justice" is "just US". The
dim-o-cr-asses, in full and blatant hypocrisy, forcibly
removed a State Senator, Janet Nguyen, for telling the truth about tom
hayden, former boyfriend of "the b__ch of hanoi" AKA "hanoi jane"
Un-COVER!!! (Silent, individual, prayer or contemplation.) In Jesus'
Name I pray, HOOOAAHHH!!! Cover!!! SEATS!!!
To eject a sitting Senator, simply because she chose to speak the
truth, is a glaring example of
"political correctness" uber alles, in violation of the Constitution.
To the lib/left, the 1st Amendment only applies to what THEY say and
what they deem to be
permissible for public consumption, such as pornography and obscenity,
which they insist MUST be available to minors, to avoid restricting
Another, glaring, example of the hypocrisy of the left is found in a
recent "news" broadcast, in which a female broadcast urinalist accused
a member of the Trump cabinet of attempting to tell the public what to
think and with a great deal of indignation she stated that this was
THEIR job (the left-wing [redundant] urinalists). Talk about a
O.K., enough depressing topics about the cesspool sludge left.
Now, let us discuss emergency action, in a home-invasion-type
scenario. Everyone has seen movies and other fictional presentations
wherein the bad guys take one or more hostages and tell the good guy
that, unless he surrenders his weapon, they will hurt or kill the
The decision to comply or not is a highly personal one and requires a
great deal of thought. The conventional wisdom, for military and
police is: Never surrender your weapon! This policy is based on the
premise that for a "good guy" to disarm leaves the bad guy in control
of the situation. It is a real consideration. I have trained all of my
people that, if I am the hostage, don't disarm!
The safety of all concerned requires that the good guys retain at
least partial control over the situation. Surrendering all control
puts us at the mercy of the bad guys and they are notoriously lacking
in that quality. The only thing that prevents the bad guys from
killing the hostage(s) is the knowledge that the hostage is their
shield against action by the good guy.
The best thing to tell the bad guy is, "No, as long as I have my
weapon, you can't afford to kill the hostage, because then I WILL kill
you, so you can leave & I won't try to stop you, but if you kill the
hostage, I WILL kill you, as painfully as I can. You may take your
weapon and leave, without hindrance, as long as the hostage is O.K."
At any time, during a discussion that is breaking down, you feel you
have a shot, TAKE IT!!! In that case, it is better to take the
chance. If you can hit the "gun-hand" arm or shoulder, it may
In this situation, it is (also) good to position yourself with room on
both sides (for movement) as the bad guy may push the hostage toward
you, in an effort to interfere with your ability to fire. If you are
trained in "Shoot, move and communicate", you should be able to get
out of the way and shoot well enough to hit or at least disrupt the
bad guy's concentration so that he's less effective. Think about it
and be prepared to act.
On another subject, remember that we have to monitor the actions of
our elected employees, to assist them in remaining true to their
campaign promises and oath to the Constitution. Pres. Trump has given
some indications that he may be backing off on some of his campaign
promises. If so, we MUST attempt to bring him back on track. It is
necessary for the country and may even help him to be re-elected.
There's a lot more to address, but need to get ZZ's, so we'll dismiss.
Heavenly Father, again, we thank You for keeping evil out of the White
House. We look forward to enjoying the blessings of Your bounty. We
ask that you continue to bless, guide and protect our guardians,
wherever and however they serve. In all things I thank You and praise
You and (especially) I thank and praise You for the Gift and Sacrifice
of Your Son, Jesus Christ, my Lord and Savior, in Whose Name I pray,
Dis-MISSED!!! Sgt. Mack leaving the air and closing station.
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