NH .223 Day of Resistance – Video Summary

by Skip

‘Grok friend Ed Comeau runs GovernmentOversite – his specialty is taking his GINORMOUS video camera to various public meetings and just recording the meeting – especially at those meetings where public officials (elected and appointed) have never had a Very Bright Flashlight recording their actions and words in high definition (yes, he brings microphones and a sound board too!).  As we found out locally, when you put people up on the Internet, suddenly, they change.  What could be hidden is no longer.  Politics, welcome to Disruptive Technology.  Anyways, Ed brought his camera to the .223 Day of Resistance this past Saturday and put together this montage:

“A group of diverse New Hampshire pro 2nd amendment supporters gather outside the Concord NH State Capitol on February 23, 2013. A DAY OF RESISTANCE from recent anti- firearm legislation and attitudes. This rally was organized by, Molon Labe New Hampshire. The phrase molon labe means “Come and take them”. It is a classical expression of defiance reportedly spoken by King Leonidas I in response to the Persian army’s demand that the Spartans surrender their weapons at the Battle of Thermopylae. The resistance is due to the concern from lawful gun owners having strict gun regulations levied against them by the Federal and State government. The rally attendees are exercising the 2nd amendment to the US and NH constitutional protections. The 2nd ratified unalienable right that the government cannot remove from the inhabitants of the United States of America.”

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