I appreciate and admire gun-toting patriots who are proud to be American and are willing to educate the great unwashed as to exactly what that means. Bubba fits that description as well as anyone I can think of.

Here’s his speech on the Second Amendment. I’m posting it here because it doesn’t have enough views, yet. When you’re done with the video (be sure to watch ’til the end), please pay a visit to What Bubba Knows and let him know you appreciate his brand of unflinching patriotism too.

That is all.

 

Comments
  • Frank Koza July 22, 2011 at 2:15 pm

    You must watch the two videos Radly Balko recently posted about this over at The Agitator.

    http://www.theagitator.com/2011/07/21/goofus-and-gallant-cops-and-guns-edition/

    • robot July 22, 2011 at 3:56 pm

      That second vid was pretty bad. The officer was obviously irritated from the get go. Also, there was a bit of “guilt by association” going on there I think. Those guys must have a lot of trouble in that neighborhood. That being said, the officer should have been a lot more like the first example. No law abiding citizen should be treated that way.

      • Frank Koza July 22, 2011 at 5:16 pm

        Exactly, but I would go one step further and state no citizen should ever be treated that way. It doesn’t matter if that woman was a prostitute, that cop had no right to treat her like dirt. A simple “move along and don’t let me catch you out here soliciting” would have sufficed. Both the cops in the second video need to be fired for flagrant violations of procedures, or at least assigned a desk job away from all the “idiots” out there, as they call them, considering the second one was just as much at fault in this situation for crawling around inside the car from the passenger side without ever securing the driver first. The video really didn’t show if he had gotten permission to search or I missed it if it did.

        I’ve had a couple of similar incidents like that with “cowboys” 30 years ago when I used to drive a truck, but NEVER that bad. There are literally thousands of rules and regulations they can use to pull you over and make you feel like a criminal. But in their defense, I also saw the incivility expressed equally originating from both sides.

        I’m much more concerned with the growing use of swat team raids, especially against non-violent offenders such as against food co-ops and that recent one in California for the suspected fraud on student loans. Why on earth would anyone authorize use of a swat team for something like that? John Whitehead sums it up nicely here:

        http://www.rutherford.org/articles_db/commentary.asp?record_id=715

        I’d been following Balko off and on for about eight years on the escalating use of swat teams, since he was writing about the DC smoking ban. One guy was killed just this month by a swat raid about a mile from my house. Apparently, all it takes is the word of an unreliable informant for probable cause to set the wheels in motion. As John Whitehead points out, gun owners are especially vulnerable to sparking violence in defense of their homes and their families. Can that be the objective to a specific end?

        Off on a tangent here, but Robert Perske also has some interesting stuff about how police interrogations of those with intellectual disabilities can lead to false convictions. It’s disturbing.

        http://www.robertperske.com/Articles.html

        I equate it to predators culling the herd of the young and weak while conditioning the rest of us to think that we’re too strong or law-abiding to get caught up in it — that is until your guard is down. Then they come for our guns.

        • robot July 22, 2011 at 5:45 pm

          Yea. I have to agree, it looks suspicious.
          If I don’t rise up when they come for thee, then who will stand when they come for me? Which is why I support the Oath Keepers.
          Thanks for the links, I’ll check them out.

  • Matt July 22, 2011 at 9:34 pm

    Bubba sure as hell knows it!

  • Woodsterman July 23, 2011 at 11:35 am

    He absolutely said it all didn’t he.

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    Bubba knows. Yep, Bubba knows.

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