The one good thing about moonbattery is that it sometimes produces countermoonbattery in reaction. An example is the children’s book Good Guys With Guns At Home: A Book for Young Children About Everyday Heroes Who Use Guns to Protect Americans at Home by Susan Swift. She describes its inspiration:
At my children’s preschool during a Christmas celebration to which parents were invited, a father who was a police officer came in uniform wearing his sidearm (he was just off duty arriving a bit late to the event). A liberal mom demanded that he leave because he had a gun and guns should not be in school. He was POLICE OFFICER IN UNIFORM, the best thing you could ever hope to be at your child’s school in the event of any problem. Despite multiple reassurances from the police officer’s wife and the preschool teacher that this officer was a father and there to attend the school event to be with his child, the liberal mom insisted that the police officer leave, creating a scene. He eventually did, not wanting to contribute to the negative mood the liberal mom was creating. The liberal mom didn’t stop there, contacting the officer’s captain and demanding that he not be allowed to come onto the school property to pick up his child. The police officer and his wife eventually pulled their children from the school. I suggested to the preschool teacher who was extremely upset over the incident to have some fun with this, suggesting she decorate her classroom in a military theme, have kids coloring pictures of guns, even replace some of the classroom books with children’s pro-gun books. That when we discovered there were no pro-gun children’s books and the idea for Good Guys With Guns was born!
No child’s bookshelf can be complete without it. This also makes a great gift idea for kids with liberal parents you might want to troll. A percentage of profits goes to the NRA Foundation to promote safe and responsible gun ownership.
On a tip from Dan F.