Section 2, part 2
(1) SECOND “CONDEMNENT”
by Nelson Sartoris
Forget the 6th Commandment
about no killing and murder,
that’s not nearly important
as gun ownership fervor.
Moses’ tablets lack precedent
to constitutional amendments,
especially the second, so dedicated
to maintaining militias well regulated.
Regular militias are a doubtless necessity,
since the Founding Fathers most literally
loathed prospects of a constipated army,
let alone one with rampant dysentery,
The NRA is right, I also believe,
in demanding their right
to expose their bare arms
and wear shirts with short sleeves,
a doctrine to be defended
to the end, regardless of harm.
Solutions are simple and prudent,
arm school teachers and students,
they could simply shoot first
any fool breaking the rules.
Arm passengers on planes,
they can blow out the brains
of any turbaned Husseins.
Arm bankers guarding our monies
to kill all those Cydes and Bonnies.
And those citizens who conceal,
well, folks, they’re the real deal.
What we need is more ammo
for citizen commandoes,
for the sake of our liberty
irrespective of injury.
Nobody would be harmed
if everyone was armed.
If everyone carried,
no one would be buried,
except for the bad guys
shot right between the eyes.
If students had carbines
back there at Columbine,
they’d still be around
and all would be fine.
If the kids at Newtown
each only had their Uzis
they’d quickly have gunned down
that mentally ill crazy.
If worshippers in Charleston
only had their rifles
instead of just Bibles,
they’d still have their friends
when it was time for amens.
If movie buffs in Aurora
they’d surely have stopped
that lunatic fanatic.
And if Jesus had a revolver,
he needn’t bother his father,
he would have stayed alive
and not have been crucified.
(2) In 5 minutes, he lets the blind see
(3) Sandra H. in CA: He Was Getting Prepared To Defend His Autistic Son, Until The Man In Front Said This.
(4) My $120,000 Vacation
Section 12A, NC events
“Why the J?” Film Screening
Thurs., Nov. 19, 7:30 pm
On Thursday, November 19 at 7:30 pm at the Fine Arts Theatre, 36 Biltmore Avenue, the Asheville JCC will host a screening of Why the J?, a film produced by Marty Gillen in honor of the JCC’s 75th Anniversary. The film features 60 people from the community sharing their thoughts about the history of the Asheville JCC and its impact. The screening will be followed by a talk back with Gillen. Tickets to the film screening are $10 each and proceeds will go to support JCC programs. That evening will also be a book release for A Home in Shalom’ville: A History of Asheville’s Jewish Community, written by Sharon Fahrer documenting the rich history of Jews in Asheville. Books will be for sale that at the event.
(3) Theatre Veritas Presents:
All in the Timing by David Ives
Prepare for an evening of laughter!
Come and support my awesome high school class!
Thursday November 19th @ 7:00 pm
Friday November 20th @ 5:30 pm & 8:00 pm
Call Veritas @ (828) 681-0546 for reservations
Venue: Hendersonville Community Theatre
229 S. Washington Street, Hendersonville, NC
Section 12B, PA/NJ event