I had never read Senior Bush’s resignation letter to the NRA.
If you have not, here is a link, Bush’s resignation letter to the NRA
I do remember those times. What happened at Waco and Ruby Ridge against Americans was horrific and the various agencies involved were way out of line ( to put it mildly).
What appalls me is the amount of weapons some sorts have now is equivalent to the amount that David had, yet nothing is being done about them.
I do not recall Ruby Ridge so much, but I do think it too had to do with weapon seizement
Ruby Ridge and Waco still make me feel pain in my heart. It was not good. And the leaders of our government agencies were not good at that time.
I still see the NRA as an leaching opportunist that latches on to anything to embolden their predatory corporatocracy and consumerism.
However, the militarization of the agencies entrusted to serve and protect the citizens of the United States of America a very short time back and today is of grave concern, both by citizens and peace officers alike. Moreover, it is less and less governmental agencies that are inappropriately armed, but are privatized corporate conglomerate.
And that is a grave concern, corporate citizens being inappropriately armed and an authorized policing force.