Attack while the enemy is retreating

As reported yesterday the Brady Campaign recently lost a long time employee.

Today David Hardy reports a clever challenge to Georgia’s ban on carrying in churches. It now becomes both a First and Second Amendment case. And he also reports that in Springfield Illinois, “a major theme in the election is which candidate is least likely to prosecute someone for unlawful carrying.”

I’ve mentioned this before, but this is further evidence the analogy holds, when the enemy is retreating is the time to press the hardest and you can gain the most ground.

We need to keep up as strong and as fast and broad of attacks as we can while they are weak. They need to be completely overwhelmed and driven into the dustbin of history. We have the potential before us to someday make the anti-gun organizations as weak and irrelevant as the KKK is today.

Do it for the children.