Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Yes or No

A simple, straight-forward question for Ted Kennedy, Tom Menino, Hillary Clinton and the rest of the self-professed champions of the rights of the gay community on the left side of the aisle:

Do gay men and women have the right to defend themselves and their loved ones from violent, gay-bashing bigots?

Ryan Marvin with the Granite State chapter of the Pink Pistols thinks so.

Concord Monitor

Ryan Marvin believes in the right to bear arms, a right he says is especially crucial for people who are more likely to be attacked. That's why Marvin, who is gay, recently resurrected the Granite State chapter of the Pink Pistols. The group will hold its first event May 25 at a shooting range in Deerfield.

Good on you, Mr. Marvin.