By Alan Korwin
You may know I've been on the inside of Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership (JPFO) since Aaron Zelman passed away in Dec. 2010.
It's been a struggle, to be sure, and some good things have happened, along with some turmoil and mishigas. Suffice it to say, JPFO must survive.
Rumors are flying, sure, that's what rumors do. None of that will change anything Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership has already published and the bold stands it has taken — No Guns For Negroes, No Guns For Jews, (http://www.jpfo.org will blow your mind) all the research on the links between gun control and genocide, translating the Nazi gun laws that were used to draft our federal gun-control act — and that is slated to continue, under the direction of the only people who can do that sort of work. Aaron is gone, but the direction he set lives on. New great things will happen, just watch.
Some people, nervous about change, make a compelling case:
The prosecution argues and the judge says, “You're right.”
But then the defense argues and the judge says, “You're right.”
So the bailiff objects, “But you're honor, they can't both be right.”
And the judge replies, “You're right too.”
Don't prejudge the JPFO and SAF thing.
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