Coming out of the closet has its price

Just a few days ago I briefly mentioned that FishOrMan was coming out of the closet and doing things that I didn’t have the courage to do. Such as this.  It didn’t take long from my post about it for something to happen again.  His hearing date is Dec. 23rd at 9 am Courtroom A, 2nd floor of the Courthouse Annex in Spokane (I presume).

I don’t really know FishOrMan and I only know the side of the story that he is telling.  But I know it’s true there is no law against open carry in Washington State and the state Constitution says,  Article 1, Section 24:

The right of the individual citizen to bear arms in defense of himself, or the state, shall not be impaired, but nothing in this section shall be construed as authorizing individuals or corporations to organize, maintain or employ an armed body of men.

I would like to think that FishOrMan is a modern day Rosa Parks who was punished for daring to not sit at the back of the bus, or the gays that were beat up simply for the sport of it.  For far too many years gun owners have been treated like crap and it’s time we came out of the closet and demanded our rights.

Inalienable rights are not asked or pleaded for.  They are demanded and taken, by force if necessary.  The police and politicians must stop this unjustified attack on our unalienable rights.


One thought on “Coming out of the closet has its price

  1. Hero or asshole? Hard to say from the treatise FishorMan provides. Is he a brave activist, or just a sociopath who is spoiling for a legal fight. I know several guys like that, who make a profession out of carrying a chip on their shoulder, waiting for someone to dislodge it so they can file suit. The whole situation leading up to his arrest sounds a bit fishy to me, what with all the auto ballet going on.

    On the other hand, IF his story is true about his treatment in the lockup, then he has earned every dime he’ll make off the lawsuit he’ll undoubtedly file.

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