Monday, August 29, 2011

Quote of the Day

Any right not exercised is a right lost.  If you do not speak out and address an injustice, you have abridged your freedom of speech.  If you fail to meet your friends for any reason except you don't want to, you have abridged your freedom of assembly.  Let us say you refuse to file a complaint against a police officer who mistreats you because of fear of reprisal, you have given up your right against unreasonable search and seizure.

This extremely well thought out position on why we should make use of all of our rights was brought to you by Sean D. Sorrentino's father.  Mr. Sorrentino is apparently becoming more active in the Second Amendment rights movement, and explains his decision to open carry his sidearm.   


Josh K. said...

Thanks for the link...sigh.... another link add to the roll.


Sean D Sorrentino said...

Thanks for the link DaddyBear. Dad says thanks too.

Old NFO said...

Excellent points!

45er said...

Rights are like muscles. They atrophy if neglected. That's a great post.

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