"We all have guns," said Nancy Fine to an NPR interviewer yesterday. Fine lives in Burns, Oregon, where protesters have been congregating in solidarity with the militants who have been occupying Malheur National Wildlife Refuge for a month. Fine went on:
"But none of us wear them on our hip and kind of flaunt them around. We consider that extremely rude and ungentlemanly at best."
Fine says one sure way of identifying an outsider is a prominently displayed sidearm. She shoots a scornful glance at a trio of men standing in front of her, their arms crossed, their holsters hanging out.
According to the story, a good many of the residents of Harney County, Oregon, agree with the...READ MORE