Charlton Heston is one of the greatest Americans there ever was. He’s gone now, but this is a video that shows that he was just as convincing and passionate in real life as he was in the movies when it came to his love of this country.

Heston was President of the NRA when he came down with Alzheimer’s, and faded from public view. When he was diagnosed with the disease I remember George Clooney making the comment “good, he deserves it” when he was told the news about Heston. He was of course suggesting he was happy that a true patriot would die a slow death. A slow death that would be hard for Heston, and for those that admired him and his leadership. Luckily, the Lord took Hestonrelatively quickly. It was Heston’s wife of 64 years and his children that suffered most, not Charlton (sorry Clooney – better luck next time). Clooney’s statement that “he deserves it” was declaring his belief that anyone that stands for and defends the U.S. Constitution, and specifically the Second Amendment, deserves to die a slow painful death. I believe Clooney is sincere when he shows such utter contempt and disdain for our constitutional rights, and those that defend them. Most of the losers in Hollywood share Clooney’s views. That’s why he fits in perfect there.


http://la-gun.com/videos/torch/


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Comment by Roma and Tom on May 21, 2010 at 1:38pm
Great article and video.

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