NRA Stand & Fight Rally

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posted on April 27, 2014
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Lucas Oil Stadium was once again host to thousands of NRA members who gathered for a rally headlined by speeches and music in the name of defending our Second Amendment Rights.The packed house was electric from the opening prayer by Rev. Franklin Graham to the last notes of Alabama's legendary guitars. In between, they heard speeches from former Alaska governor Sarah Palin and Lt. Col. Oliver North, as well as additional music from country star Sarah Evans.Palin roused the house with a call to action against anti-Second Amendment forces: "There's an awakening all across this great land. It's building against this assault on our rights, our values, our traditions...We don't need a fundamental transformation of America. We need a fundamental restoration of America. All that is good and free and safe and secure."North likewise offered an impassioned defense of our right to keep and bear arms, while making clear the dangers we face from those would seek to curtail those rights.

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