Originally posted by AThousandYoungShoot boyeeee we all got guns here in Arizona no need to arm no soldiers we got it covered.
...to act as secretaries.
The U.S. ambassador to Mexico said on Wednesday that the extra troops would be working in back offices helping intelligence officials process information, or be posted as lookouts between ports of entry.
How heavily armed should those National Guard lookouts be?
Originally posted by Sam The Shamagreed, I wonder if I could get room and board from the ranchers, in trade for my help with keeping their homes safe??
Shoot boyeeee we all got guns here in Arizona no need to arm no soldiers we got it covered.
Arizona also passed another gun law that makes it legal to brandish a firearm as a threat in order to control a situation.