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Oregon Patriots Rally For Gun Rights

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On Jan 19th, thousands of patriots rallied for “Guns Across America” in state capitols all across the nation, including Salem, Oregon.  They came to voice opposition to the Obama administration’s shameless exploitation of the tragic murder of innocent school children in order to punish law-abiding citizens’  by restricting their gun rights – the same administration that has armed Mexican drug cartels and Islamic militants.

KOIN 6 reported that there were two to three thousand in attendance.  It was inspiring to hear so many patriots saying the pledge of allegiance together:

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Radio host Lars Larson gave the brief keynote address:

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Jeff Kropf, Executive Director of Oregon Capitol Watch, made these inspiring remarks:

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KATU’s Dan Cassuto remarked, “This was the quietest, most low-key rally I’ve ever covered on any kind of subject.”  The message is clear.  We are law-abiding.  We are peaceful.  We love this country and intend to preserve liberty for the next generation, including the God-given, unalienable right to self-defense against criminals and tyrants, which no politician or ruler can take away.

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Cross posted at ThoughtsFromAConservativeMom.com

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  1. Marcia Anderson's Gravatar Marcia Anderson
    January 21, 2013    

    So Proud of my Fellow OREGONIANS! If we don’t show our numbers they will try and pass laws that are not for the good of the people! And such a well mannered group!

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