Proud parents of kids who hunt/shoot tweet in defense of Paul Ryan

Last night, Twitchy told you about the hysterical leftists bashing GOP Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan for buying hunting gear for his 10-year-old daughter. The backlash has provoked a remarkable counter-backlash from conservative parents who stepped forward on Twitter to talk about their children’s shooting and hunting experiences; women who pushed back against gun-control zealots; and Second Amendment defenders who shared memories of taking lessons from their dads and granddads.

Yep. Liberal heads exploding and renewed Nanny State cries of “child abuse”  in 3,2,1…

  • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

    I wish I had gotten some kind of training when I was younger. My husband and his dad are gun owners, and while I’ve only gotten rudimentary training, basic load and shoot, in the event someone invades our home, I’d really like to know more of what I’m doing, lol.

    • Brent Guthrie

      Ask your husband to train you. You can also receive range training professionally.

    • weRbroke

      Why wait? If hubby doesn’t have time, consider taking a class with a licensed instructor. I grew up with all sorts of guns, but went to get my training for conceal carry all on my own. Hubby took his at different time.

      • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

        I’d love to, however funds are tight, and unfortunately, lessons from a licensed instructor are a luxury. Next summer, if it’s not too late, I’ll badger my husband to get his dad to teach me. Not sure if he’s a licensed instructor, but he does know what he’s doing.

        • weRbroke

          You won’t regret the efforts or the satisfaction of feeling adequately educated in using firearms. Experience on the range will help…get out there and SHOOT girl!

    • Thale Taxurfeet

      “I’d really like to know more of what I’m doing”

      You can contact the firearms retailers and shooting ranges in your area to see what, if any, training classes they offer and whether or not their instructors are certified by the NRA.

      You can also check the NRA education & training link along with the NRA Women’s Programs link.

      I see neither blockquotes nor hotlinks are accepted in the comments here.

      The two links I mentioned…

    • TomJB

      In a house, any shot will likely not be very far. Aim for center mass and you will probably hit something :)

      • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

        Thanks Tom, I’ll keep that in mind. 😀

    • Jeff

      The NRA has excellent training programs. Get yourself a .22LR pistol (because they are very cheap to shoot) and practice, practice, practice !

  • Hired Mind

    This reminds me: we conservatives need to work on starting groups for the express purpose of pitting one liberal group against another. For instance, gun ownership is a perfect counterpoint to the feminist hysteria about “rape culture.”

    Feminists vs. Gun banners:
    To Feminists: “How do you feel about women owning guns to protect themselves from rape?”

    PETA vs. Pro-Choicers:
    To PETA: “If you don’t support the killing of animals for food, surely you don’t support the killing of humans for convenience?”

    Feminists vs. LGBT:
    To LGBT: “If it’s okay for gay males to adopt, then why are mothers favored in divorce court with regard to the children? If two dads are okay without a mom, why is one dad not okay without a mom?”

    I have no doubt that these organizations will try their best not to answer these questions. After all, the whole reason they are separate entities is to avoid these contradictions in their liberal worldview. But it makes for great radio/TV, and causes the audience to question the contradictions just by asking the questions.

    • weRbroke

      Its how you start taking an axe to the pols that hold up that Big D-onkey Tent one little chop at a time.

    • okcorral

      Or: You don’t want anyone telling you what to do in your bedroom or with whom, yet you want us to subsidize it and pay for your birth control?

    • $30736095

      Absolutely excellent! I hope you get it started. Expose their bankrupt worldviews and ideology for what it is – immorality and unadulterated stupidity.

  • Conservative First

    right on

  • NCRelite

    I want to start shooting. Only been to the range a few times. I don’t know if I trust myself with owning a gun tho lol. I’m too flakey :-/

    • Conservative First

      It’s better to have a gun and not need it, than to need a gun and not have it. You just need to learn to respect a gun, not fear it, and everything else will fall into place.

    • TomJB

      Taylor, if you don’t trust yourself, you will likely be a very responsible gun owner and knowing you are “flakey” means you will take the time to learn how to properly and safely use, clean, store, and shoot it. The cliche of gun owners being reckless cowboys is way off.

    • Jeff

      Don’t hesitate to get some instruction. Practice makes you more familiar with the weapon. It sounds like you are the careful type and will approach gun ownership with the respect and safety it demands !

  • Lisa

    Hubby and I have talked seriously about getting a gun and taking shooting lessons. Need to work out the logistics first since we have two small children in the house and I want to make sure it’s safe. But I definitely want to learn how to shoot.

    • disqus_LASIg6epmj

      We’ve never shot a gun before but are thinking of getting one and learning how to use it safely. We have a 7 yr old so that’s a concern too.

    • Douglas Lunsford

      Just take your time and research the laws and safety involved. Find a licensed instructor and enjoy. Your instructor will help you on the laws and what you can do for safety, especially with children in the house. Be responsible. Most gun ranges have instructors and guns that you can rent while at the range, so you can find the gun that fits your needs, and your likes without just going out and buying one first. That way you can make an informed decision.

      • BeautifulAmerica

        Good idea!

    • George Kelley

      The National Rifle Association has certified instructors for gun safety and marksmanship classes. Check out their website,

    • Kent Vig

      For handguns there are some very nice safes that open with your fingerprints. Definitely keeps the kiddies out and gives you quick access. Don’t hide a gun from your kids it will just make it more interesting. And I’m not suggesting letting a 2 year old play with a gun but when my son was seven he knew my handguns were daddies toys and not to play with them. He had also shot a 22 rifle and seen the damage it could cause so he left them alone.

      • TomJB

        Kent: your comment reminded me that is something Ive been meaning to check on – specifically how many fingerprints can open them or is it for just 1 person. Found one on overstock that can store up to 30 different people’s prints. Thanks! (no, not spam, legit comment, no kickback from overstock lol :)

        • Kent Vig

          There are several. Check with the online store that begins with A. 😉 Good prices but remember that you get what you pay for with the cheap stuff.

    • redheadgrl

      Lisa – make sure you take gun safety courses. Teach your children to respect guns, that hey are not a toy. My dad had a handgun and several rifles in the house, but taught us they were not toys. My sister and I knew better than to get anywhere near the gun case (which was always locked). When we were old enough, he taught us to handle guns, respectfully, and also took us to gun safety classes.

  • PennyRobinsonFanClub

    OMG Michelle’s daughter is unbearably cute!

  • weRbroke

    Somewhere in the heart of the nation lies the hidden remains of my beautiful cousin that was abducted over a decade ago. Vanished without a trace and no suspect. she didn’t believe in guns either. I prefer that I not fear a fate like hers…I pack for a purpose and that is to reduce the chances that I will be someone’s victim.

    • disqus_LASIg6epmj

      So sorry about your cousin. :'(

      • weRbroke

        Thanks. Women need to know that personal safety should be high priority. No one will take it as seriously as we should for ourselves. Despite how far we have come in women’s rights, depending on where you live, a woman can’t feel SAFE in her own skin anywhere, in or outside her home. i have always said that IF I am ever attacked, someone is going to die on the spot. I am betting on my training and instincts that it won’t be me. ABSOLUTLEY at no time does any person have the right to violate the personal space of another. I defend my space because I HAVE A RIGHT TO.

        • Derelictus

          Sometimes I honestly get the feeling liberals secretly hate women because they were the nerdy pansies who couldn’t get dates in high school or something, so they project their seething hatred onto ALL women, subconsciously hoping they will be made defenseless to attack by other Democratic voters. Why else are liberals so obsessed with TV shows showing a neverending stream of rape and murder victims (CSI, Law and Order, etc.)?

    • TugboatPhil

      Very sorry for your loss. It is the same reason I took our daughter and my wife to training to get their carry permit. We bought her a 5 shot .357, revolver she has at all times. We live in the country so target practice is as close as the back door.

      Michelle Malkin has also had a cousin disappear from the Seattle area about 18 months ago.

      • weRbroke

        thanks. i was a fan of MM long before she lost her cousin. When that happened to her, I knew exactly what it felt like. My cousins disappearance made national news and several other shows, and countless leads to nowhere. What is different about my situation is that TWITTER didn’t exist as a vehicle to haul in a truckload of HATERS and their venom to dump on family. My heart weeps for her family and her…that she must endure the open hatred in a public venue. the internet may have brought us CLOSER socially, but it has revealed that some people are just not fit to be considered HUMAN, they lack the skillset to claim a place in humanity.

        • TugboatPhil

          You are correct in that conclusion.

  • Aaron O J

    Oh let the freedom haters talk. Their just jealous of the fun you all are displaying and the fact that the most liberal areas with strong gun rights violations are all war zones for degenerates and gangs.

  • EastValleyConservative

    Scary that so many lefties fear one of their most precious rights because they don’t understand the REASON for the right. Sadly, they may get a lesson in the near future. Watch The Project on BlazeTV tomorrow night and Thursday night. You can either sign up for a free trial on the site and watch it for free or if you have Dish, it’s channel 212. You don’t want to miss it, the documentary is NOT a partisan thing, it’s a factual eye opener.

    • disqus_LASIg6epmj

      I have Dish so I’ll have to check that out.

  • Shelby is a Patriot

    I live out in the middle of nowhere so I’ve got a homemade gun range in my backyard. Since it’s no longer a hundred degrees outside everyday, I can go out and start shooting again at my now unrecognizable poster of Osama Bin Laden. 😉

  • Grumpa Grumpus

    Last year was the 1st year I was unable to keep up the “learn shootin’, huntin’, & fishin’ w/Grampa Grumpus”… I had pneumonia, and just haven’t had the stamina I used to.

    I’ve taught trapping, tracking, shooting, hunting, and fishing to all my children and my grandchildren on into my great grandchildren. I’ve taught the children’s spouses — by invitation. And I’ve always taught you use what you kill.

    I’ve eaten most things, but even if some critter I’ve killed doesn’t make a good foodstuff, I can make any critter into food for my dog, or compost it. Composting (except for varmints like mice where I don’t bother…) takes more prep than just tossing said critter into the compost pit.

    And yes, I make my own dogfood…

    It’s not that difficult, though it’s getting to be physically taxing for me, and takes two day to make a week’s worth. You wind-up using all the odds & ends that accumulate from a big family on a farm w/o feeding your dogs a really unbalanced diet.

    And I know what’s in it — nothing that will kill my dogs, unlike that imported Chinese stuff.

    You can make bigger batches if you’ve a chest freezer, although if you do canning, it cans well. When I owned & lived full time on the family farm we canned a lot of dogfood seasonally… you have Fall slaughter and Spring slaughter. We never wasted anything from a critter, b/c you don’t waste Gifts from God.

  • mkreider

    Responsible people would want their children to learn proper use and safety of a firearm. Of course, you could also just want them to learn on the street. Chicago is doing just ever so well with the strict gun laws. I’ll bet those gang members shooting up the town never had any use for lessons

  • Charlotte Powell

    One huge lesson kids learn is respect forhe weapon! Too bad gangs have taken over inner cities and they have respect for nothing! They also have all the guns since city dwellers seem to blame the instrument! Good thing cops haven’t been forced to carry Bobby sticks instead! But don’t get caught having to wait for cops to arrive, make the criminal afraid of YOU!

    • irishgirl91

      My dad took us out to shoot rabbits (we ate them) starting when we were very young. He wanted to show us what a gun would do to an adorable bunny (cotton tail even). Today that might seem cruel, but we NEVER approached a gun without respect. It wasn’t a toy and we never picked it up and waved it around like a party favor. He taught us to never pull the trigger if we weren’t prepared to kill what was at the other end of the barrel.

  • irishgirl91

    I pray these kids (including mine) never fire a shot because they have to protect themselves or others. I know most will never have to feed themselves (exclusively) with the food they kill. But I am sick of having to defend teaching our children how to do these things. It is our right and our heritage. Every parent of a daughter will tell you how they become more confident. It’s like a little background music playing in their head that lets them know they can take care of themselves. They have mastered something others view as “scary”.

  • James McCarthy

    If the intention of weapons training is self-defense, do better and teach, have taught to, your kids hand to to hand skills. It will serve them much more effectively than a handgun or rifle training.

    • George Kelley

      They must learn both martial arts and marksmanship. But your message is really “don’t teach children to shoot” and that is terrible advice.

      • James McCarthy

        Your, incorrect, analysis of my statement.

      • Kent Vig

        James is right. Teaching your kids hand to hand skills would be much better for self defense. A rifle is not typically a self defense weapon to start with. Guns are an effective “equalizer” that puts everyone on the same playing field. For people like me a gun is perfect for self defense because I have health issues that don’t allow me to defend myself physically

        • James McCarthy

          Thanks for the support Kent. I hope health issues improve soon.

  • William J. Miller

    Unfortunately, Homeland Security’s watch list just got THAT much longer…

  • Richard Jefferies

    All those pictures make me proud. Nothing makes a lib’s agent orange act up like seeing an EBR, and then seeing it in the hands of young girl, well that’s just beyond the pale. Libs want their women to grow up being sexual victims incapable of defending themselves. As you can see by the comments, these pictures are like showing a crucifix to a vampire. I wish my daughter was old enough to shoot my EBR so I could participate in the “Bring your daughter to the range day.”

  • Tonya Bellinger Ott

    ive been shooting all of my life, and my husband and i raised our kids with safety and respect for guns. our son got his first hunting rifle when he passed hunters safety at 12 years old. he is now 23 and still has that gun. all 3 of my children are adults now, and i worry less about them because i know they can defend themselves, as well as hunt for food if they are hungry. gun safety and respect for guns should be taught to everyone.

  • Botzilla

    Take both of my kids out once a month to the shooting range. If you’re going to have guns in your house, everyone in the house should know gun safety and how to shoot in my opinion.

  • Elaine

    We taught BOTH our daughters to shoot guns when they were 10. They love skeet shooting. :)

  • Tamara Clark

    aside from the hunting issue, i wish the liberals would understand the criminals don’t like armed targets. it’s hard to be a badass when your target is capable of shooting back; it makes some of them stop and search elsewhere.

    • Derelictus

      Liberals are the ones letting the criminals OUT of prison and coddling them when they’re IN prison. They don’t care about your or any other law-abiding American.

  • Thought Criminal #1

    I’m so thrilled at the how a new American gun culture is erupting in this country. Young people and women are joining the ranks of shooters at an astonishing rate. These people are a little different than previous generations, though. Their emphasis isn’t just hunting and target shooting. They have an intense awareness and understanding of what the Second Amendment is for. They get that it’s what guarantees our freedom and individual liberty against tyranny. These are exciting times for freedom enthusiasts.

  • News Reporter

    America has a SHORTAGE of firing ranges and gun clubs. I wish we had thousands more. They are always full or difficult to access because of distance… I think Michelle Obama would call them “Gun Deserts”… much like the “food deserts” she complains about. Firing ranges need to be updated to modern times with amenities new gun owners could enjoy. It’s been geared toward outdoor men, but new ones should be built to accommodate suburban and city women. The more female gun owners PRACTICING, the stronger our 2nd Amendment rights. Do whatever it takes to bring them in. Myself and many others find it almost impossible to shoot our guns for practice. A lot of us live in the suburbs or closer to the big cities. If I had the money, I would design and open them everywhere.

  • Traci Bengel

    Hunting is for jerks

    • Richard Jefferies

      So you’re a vegan, right?

    • TomJB

      Stereotyping is for the closed-minded.

    • 1irishdell

      Yeah, let’s see you call me a jerk to my face. Close minded simpleton. Shows how many people you actually venture to know.

    • redheadgrl

      Hunting is about feeding families, and learning survival skills. If I ever had to, I could probably kill my own food in a crisis.

    • Derelictus

      You mad, bro?

  • TonyMontana3

    Conservatives seem to obsessed with guns. Taking a 10-year-old for a hunting trip? Because it’s so fun to kill?

    • Kent Vig

      Do you eat meat of any kind? Do you wear leather of any kind? A hunter shooting a deer, duck, goose, or anything else for food is WAY more humane then what goes on in slaughter houses or chicken ranches. Lets ban hunting for about 5 years and see what happens to all of the people living in suburbia. You’ll be running into wildlfe on the roads and have it invading and destroying your property and home. Hunting is regulated in most states to keep a healthy population. Over population leads to starvation for those very same animals. Starvation is so much better than a shot to the head.

      Yes there is a very small minority of people who go out kill animals for trophies instead of the meat and I think they should have their hunting rights taken away from them. But don’t jump on your high horse telling someone that hunts for food is somehow less of a person than you.

      • Richard Jefferies

        Even the deer hunters who hunt for trophies often donate the meat. The forest service has an obligation to set the culling standards for their area, and I hope they take that job seriously, but like you said, if they are not culled, they will die horribly of disease or starvation.

        Tony, we are obsessed with guns because we are obsessed with freedom. History is replete with examples of what happens when the rulers have weapons and the peasants have none. Liberals seem to be obsessed with repeating the mistakes of the past.

    • TomJB

      Yes, Tony, comments such as these are found all over the web in discussions that have absolutely nothing to do with the topic of firearms and personal defense. Conservatives have no personal filter and just insert their gun-obsessed comments anywhere like in ESPN forums about NFL referees, Amazon comments about Alan Colmes’ new book, and NPR online stories about Bishop Desmond Tutu.


    • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

      You should go direct your question to the gangs that run rampant in Chicago. They apparently think it’s fun. Especially since normal citizens cannot defend themselves against them. Moron.

    • JettieG

      Do you eat meat? Bet you’d throw up trying to field dress a kill which will keep the fam fed for several weeks. Heck, I bet you’d throw up looking at a cow hanging by a hoof in a wet market overseas. I do believe libs think meat just comes prepackaged in styrofoam and saran wrap.

    • redheadgrl

      My dad took me hunting at that age to learn how to provide for myself off the land, if ever needed. It teaches children not only gun safety, but independence, self-sufficiency, and helps build self esteem. Not to mention the family bonding mentioned in other comments. The kids are actually doing something, not just getting a participation trophy.

    • Derelictus

      Says the guy who is named TONY MONTANA. Could your hypocrisy get any more rich?

  • Gmww

    Geeze. We don’t twitter otherwise I’d post there as well. My daughter at 8 shot her first Ram. At 11 she built her first .50 cal. muzzleloader.

  • Jennifer Luginbuhl

    I don’t understand why they think it is a bad thing for responsible gun owners to teach their children gun safety and proper shooting techniques. It’s not like we just take them to a range or the woods and let them run around like a bunch of idiots after a Raiders game. My husband was a Marine grunt and a firearms instructor for 13 yrs and has taught our 2 boys (the girls have no interest currently) to shoot. My 16 yr old paid for and built his own AR-15 a couple years ago. He respects his weapon and it has taught him responsibility having to care for and maintain his weapon. They even reload their own ammo. I guess the libs think we are just a bunch of back woods hillbillies with our guns running around eating roadkill or something. Sorry some of us are middle class people in regular neighborhoods. OOOOHHH scary I know.



    • BeautifulAmerica

      Or Russian and Chinese

  • John Kerry’s Forehead

    My oldest daughter turns 21 in February. I will be paying for her FL CCW class and paying her CCW fees for Christmas and buying her a nice compact 380 auto (pink, of course) for her b-day. She is already a phenomenal markswoman. See my youngest in training in this posting above. @cbfordz

  • CalCon10

    “An armed society is a polite society.” In other words, if you suspect the other person might be armed, you behave a little bit differently toward them.

    But then, libs don’t like civility. Witness how they talk and act.

    P.S. About 30 years ago, leftist anti-gun zealot/pundit celebrity William Raspberry shot and killed an intruder with an unregistered handgun. But then, rules only apply to us unwashed masses, never to elite liberals.

    • Derelictus

      Let me guess, he still sings the gun-grabber tune? Or did he wise up on (one) thing? (Or is he dead? Vaguely know who he is)

  • 1irishdell

    Yes, but let’s keep giving all of the illegal gun owners government subsidies and free publicity on the nightly news. Looks like that’s going real well for you Chicago, er, Detroit, er, Washington….

  • Jason Hunt

    Heh, maybe someday we could start teaching our boys, too..

  • Leslie Ward

    My younger daughter ran from the range in tears the first time we took her, but she kept at it – and is a better shot than I am now (eyes are my problem now). If we were employed – she’d have her conceal carry. The last time the oldest children were here – we took all the kids and grandkids shooting – and passed the .22 rifle onto our grandson. My Dad passed when I was a teenage – our time shooting was among some of my best memories.

  • Adam Cooper

    The best way to keep a child out of trouble is to spend time with them. These are parents that are including their children on a past time they love, that their dads or mom’s learned from from their grandparents. Hunting is about family, the wilderness, and animals they love. Hunters by far have more respect for the land and love for the animals they hunt than those that don’t. To a duck hunter a marsh or a swamp is a place of beauty and of family memories. To a non hunter a marsh or a swamp is ugly and stinks. To them duck habitat is a golf coarse. While it’s true some of them are learning about protection and not hunting ALL of them are learning that their parents love them and are gaining memories they wouldn’t have had any where else.

  • Ridgerunner99507

    I learned how to shoot when I was in the boyscouts thru an army sponsored program. I taught my daughters how to shoot when they were 10 years old. Today one of them is going into law enforcement as a career.

  • Moue La Moue (D)

    I have never fired a gun. I however, will never tell another person that their right to bear arms is wrong. I have respect for those who can handle weapons proficiently. And that includes children! They are a whole lot smarter than you think. My son, who JUST turned three yesterday (the 25th of Sept) can site a scope on his papa’s rifle, and understands what “wind drag, resistance and direction” will do to the bullets inside that rifle. I cannot wait for the day when he is big enough (maybe starting at eight, because he’s a big kid already at three!) to go to a range and watch Papa and Daddy shoot. Later, he’ll take gun safety lessons, get his permits and go hunting! :) Because, if I’m living off the land …. you gotta eat something.

    Also … he wants to be a sniper when he grows up. :) Because that’s what Marine’s do! :) He is very much in awe of the Marine’s and the Navy because Pepe (My Father) was in the Navy. :)

  • Streetiebird

    Awesome vanity article Michelle! I mean, Twitchy Staff *wink wink*

  • MoreMike

    Seem to recall the grandfather of one of the Columbine shooters was interviewed about the boy . He made a remark about how he had taught the boy gun safety . Never got his logic – like it was good thing. Obama was right how people turn to guns and religon. Lets hope he will start putting limits on both after the election .

    • Derelictus

      Yeah fascism is totally kewl n stuff. Buzz off.

    • Richard Jefferies

      Apparently granddad didn’t teach his own children how to watch out for a kid with a room full of Nazi paraphernalia, and how that might be bad for their psyche.

    • BeautifulAmerica

      Eeew. Troll!

  • Fern Manire Porras

    I also hear more and more squirrels are carrying switchblades now, so there’s that reason.

  • weRbroke

    In most instances of gun violence, it is done by someone who cannot own a firearm at all and has never been formally trained or licensed to carry it. More often then not, it is a gun that was stolen or strawpurchased by someone who doesn’t have a record. There are a number of women that are willing to have their record run for a firearms purchase so their BF/hubby can have a gun that he cannot legally own himself. A local group selling gun raffle tickets sold $50 worth to a guy that put down his GF’s name and info on the tickets…as all winners have to submit to a background check. He admitted to me that he was a felon for drug charges and I felt compelled to mention that ticket sellers should make SURE that the buyer is the name that is on the stub…due to the possibility of strawpurchase issues. Lucky, he didn’t win or I would have felt compelled to ask the sheriff about what to do in such an incident. Oddly, as a felon, he was still able to purchase a firearms deer hunting license. (shaking head) he probably voted for Obama too.

  • BarryNMooch

    In My business i mount trophies for proud parents of more and more young people that are just tickled to death to harvest a little 6 pointer or a nice Turkey.They learn safety and respect for wildlife while getting to spend time with Dad or Mom in the woods.More lessons learned there than in a school.When I was a kid, my Mom just wasn’t sure about me being an fishing /Hunting fanatic until she saw a bumper sticker that said…Take your Kid Hunting, instead of hunting your Kid

  • BarryNMooch

    Disqus bullshit

  • Randall Stokes

    Wonderful post in reply to M&M took my daughter to shooting range….loved them.

  • CodyGalt

    There are half a dozen excellent shooting ranges in the San Francisco Bay Area. Are you surprised? Yes, there are lots of good patriots/gun owners in California in spite of the repressive and vindictive gun laws (should I add naive and stupid?) the elites continue to add to the books.

    • BeautifulAmerica

      CA? Then vote for Emken, NOT Feinstein the lib.

  • Mandy Ives Ruston

    I carry a gun, so does my husband. My son just shot his first buck last year at the age of 10. And it was a damn good one too. I carry a gun because I refuse to be a victim, and I will not allow my children to be either. I wonder how many anti gun people who are attacked wish they had a gun when they have one in their face. As the sign on our door says, we don’t dial 911.

  • John Kerry’s Forehead

    Check this out. Liberal blogger decided to use my daughter’s photo to attack these tweets. I am guessing due to the Tebow jersey but not sure why her pic.

    Such a proud daddy I am. Funny. Those libs will be the ones begging my daughter to share her fresh kills with them when the apocalyps hits and food doesn’t magically appear in the grocery store anymore.