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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Clive Bundy Becomes Less Sympathic With Comments About Blacks

Last week, one of the articles included in the VSSA eBullet suggested reasons why people should be sympathetic to the plight of Clive Bundy.  That article was shared not because VSSA was taking a position one way or the other on the Bundy plight, but because the overarching issue in that case, government overreach, is something that a number of gun owners can understand, especially those in New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut, to name a few.  In the only post on this blog that mentioned Clive Bundy, I stated his case was "complicated" and took no position as to whether he was in the right.

But, his comments as recently reported in the New York Times should be enough to make anyone rethink their sympathy for Bundy the individual, even if they are still concerned about the fact that an overly armed band of federal agents descended on Bundy's property and confiscated his cattle, simply because they grazed on what is considered "Federal Land", which by the way 89% of Nevada meets this classification.

VSSA does not condone the comments Mr. Bundy is reported to have made related to Blacks and slavery.  The article shared in the weekly news brief expressed the opinion of the author.  It is up to the reader to decide if they agree with it or not.

Hat tip to Shall Not Be Questioned.


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