History of Wolves – Schoolhouse Attack in 1847
This is a true story. In 1847, a small schoolhouse in the wild west town of Stockton, California was attacked by a rabid band of wolves. Many children and the school teacher were brutally killed.
The villagers were distraught with grief. Upon learning of this tragedy, the president of the United States immediately called for a ban on all guns within the nation and this small town.
What is true about this story, is that no American history book ever recorded such an event… until now.
You see, murderers and the criminally insane are wolves. The only logical response to their criminal, evil deeds, is to more completely arm school teachers and villagers to defend innocent school children and themselves from these wild animals.
It is completely illogical and, in fact, insane, to act to further disarm the villagers so the wolves are free to roam, terrorize and kill more villagers.
If you are buying the emotional, illogical response to human tragedy by siding with suggestions that law-abiding citizens should be further disarmed, you either think there are no wolves, or allowing wolves to roam more freely among our young, our families, our villages, is a good idea.
In response to our POTUS and politico’s emotive, insane suggestions that we should allow the wolves to run freely among us, I say, not on my watch.
I will stand firmly to properly defend the schoolhouse and our precious children and families by properly arming and training our teachers and the villagers to fulfill our founder’s intention behind our 2nd Amendment — to repel both State and criminal wolves from our schoolhouses and homes so we may be a free people and thrive.
My wish for the children, for my grand-children, is we as a nation will recover some sanity and provide the proper protection they need from the wolves. This is for you, Wyatt and Brookelyn. I love you.
D. M. Chaney (C) 2012