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Old 04-07-2008, 01:48 PM   #1
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Charlton Heston dead

meant to post this yesterday - but shamefully forgot.

Never took his guns, even from his cold dead hands.

dead at 83.
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YEa I heard on the buzz this morning. RIP, good actor.
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Honorary Life member (the NRA's highest honor) and former President. Academy Award winning actor who has volunteered time and talent to represent gun owners in the national arena. Millions knew Heston as one of America's most impassioned, authoritative advocates of Second Amendment freedom. Featured in scores of television, radio and print commercials for the NRA and NRA/ILA. Active in legislative and membership efforts from coast-to-coast. Traveled across the U.S. in support of pro-gun candidates. Frequent guest on national television programs like NBC's "Meet the Press:" Gun rights columnist Guns & Ammo, Out-of-Doors, Buckmasters, Full Cry, Midwest Outdoors, Gun World, Outdoors, and others. Hosted the Charlton Heston Celebrity Shoot to showcase safety and satisfaction of shooting sports and raise funds for defense of the Second Amendment. Grew up hunting, shooting and fishing in the north woods of Michigan. Gun collector.

Charlton Heston was re-elected to a 3-year position on the NRA Board of Directors in 2001. In 2003, at the completion of an unprecedented 2-1/2 terms (5-1/2 years) as President of NRA, Mr. Heston was elected for a lifetime position to the NRA Executive Council as he turned the gavel over to Kayne Robinson.
On April 5, 2008, Mr. Heston passed away at 84.

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...You do not define the First Amendment. It defines you. And it is bigger than you. That's how freedom works. It also demands you do your homework. Again and again, I hear gun owners say, how can we believe anything the anti-gun media says when they can't even get the facts right? For too long, you have swallowed manufactured statistics and fabricated technical support from anti-gun organizations that wouldn't know a semi- auto from a sharp stick. And it shows. You fall for it every time...

...I simply cannot stand by and watch a right guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States come under attack from those who either can't understand it, don't like the sound of it, or find themselves too philosophically squeamish to see why it remains the first among equals: Because it is the right we turn to when all else fails. That's why the Second Amendment is America's first freedom...

...Now, I doubt any of you would prefer a rolled up newspaper as a weapon against a dictator or a criminal intruder. Yet in essence, that is what you have asked our loved ones to do, through an ill-contrived and totally naive campaign against the Second Amendment...
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