by M.D. Creekmore on December 30, 2013 · 25 comments
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Very nice ! I think resistance will be playing an increasing role soon.
Is this going to be on t-shirts and sweatshirts for sale?
Hey, M.D., send me the graphic and I can put it on mugs and t-shirts.
I found it in Facebook and I do not know who owns the copyright to it. Most folks put in on the photo somewhere but not on this one.
Backing on of these into a corner is going to be a very unpleasant experience for someone. Just like some people I know.
Proud to be a member of the pack!
Love it and if it for sale, I want one!
I’d buy the T-shirt, for sure!
Would make a nice t-shirt, or sweatshirt (It is cooooold outside).
Wolves have canine teeth, just as we do, but we’ve gone a few steps further in dentition for the pursuit of FREEDOM & LIBERTY:
“Firearms are second only to the Constitution in importance; they are the peoples’ liberty’s teeth.” Geo. Washington
Although I agree with the sentiment, I’m afraid there is no record of our first President ever making that statement.
Folks, if you wish to use quotes to promote the ownership of firearms, or the perils of registration as in the case of the false Hitler quote published here last week, please be sure of your source! Otherwise any argument you make, no matter how good, will simply be seen as worthless as your fabricated quotation.
if I have misquoted a source, I AM SORRY.
I AM NOT SORRY FOR STATING THE OBVIOUS ASSAULT ON OUR 2ND AMENDMENT FREEDOMS.
Your notions of misquotes or lack of attribution sources invalidating arguments is nonsense and smacks more of the local college faculty lounge (English Department) where I suffered thru for many years.
Query: Who EXACTLY said “Molon Labe?” Gotta get the EXACT person, no? That is your position.
…and I am sure all of the Spartans at Thermopylae just failed as “worthless” in your view. laid down their weapons and calmly walked away because they knew this phrase was “fabricated.”
…yeah…right. Go read some history about misquotes and how they changed the world, friend. just saying….
If you cite BrainyQuote dot com, they say it is a Geo. Washington quote; if you cite BuckeyeFirearms dot org they state “Author Unknown”
It ‘may’ have been stated by any member of the Continental Army, which of course G.W. was the leader, so in a round-about way, it ‘could’ have been stated by someone under G.W.’s command… and he was given credit to the statement ;-)
Now, I often quote my father as saying “The day you stop learning is the day you die.” Was my father the first person to coin the phrase? Probably not, but it is still a fairly accurate quote regardless of who said it first.
I always like saying “Be good… if you can’t be good, be good at it!” I am sure that I was not the first or last person to say that, but I give you permission to quote me. As far as I am concerned, it is simply a string of words, or phrase that I consider ‘Public Domain.’
It is what it is ;-)
Mike, you took the words right out of my mouth. And you can quote me on that.
As I said, I agree with the sentiment of the quote but as I’m sure you realize, the POWER of that quote is enhanced by the author supposedly being George Washington. If you had made that statement, it would still be valid and damn good, but it simply would not hold the same weight.
I understand that you and Mike and Tracker (and most likely a lot of others here) feel that I’m simply nitpicking, but to me it’s very important when promoting prepping and gun ownership to make clear arguments that are VERY difficult (or hopefully impossible) to refute.
I feel that parroting oft-repeated statements like this, that most anyone on the “other side” would know is untrue, does us all a lot more harm than good.
k.fields. As a former research paper teacher, I cannot disagree with what you said. Accuracy is essential.
Yet I cringed at your choice of words. A bit harsh, I think. You do get more flies with honey…haven’t a clue who said that.
I know, I know, that’s a just and common complaint although it’s never intentional. I’ve often wished I was silver tongued, but I seem completely devoid of the eloquence necessary.
If any one makes t-shirts/sweatshirts I want at least one.
If you want my freedom…come and take it! GRRR!
Nice graphic – Heightened awareness, acute senses, experienced hunter, seasoned defender, fast, agile – great symbol for the fierce individualism of this Pack. I wanna t-shirt! :)
I have too many t-shirts. enough coffee mugs. more hats than I will ever wear. I wonder if it would be too small as a patch? I could see a whole series: mother wolf defending her pups; pack taking on a grizzly; Stalking a poacher; bringing down a deer for the family…
Love It! I would like a sweatshirt version also.
Nice to put a target on your back for the feds. me I would rather be a sheepdog. Live in and among the sheep and protect the flock from the wolves, then go back to the flock and hide.
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