Here's a gun story that'll warm you're heart and make you crazy, all at the same time. According to tulsaworld.com:
Thirteen-year-old Lane Dunkley just wanted to go hunting with his grandfather. What he got was a lecture on politics.
Dunkley and his father, Daniel Reddy, who live in Tulsa, went to Broken Arrow on Tuesday night for a hunter safety course normally required to get an Oklahoma hunting license. The class was a reward of sorts. Dunkley, who wants to go hunting with his grandfather, was told he could take the class only if he brought up his grades. So he did — to a B-plus average.
But when father and son arrived at the lesson, the volunteer instructor, Kell Wolf, asked if any of the students voted for President Barack Obama. Reddy, a transplanted Californian — and former Marine — raised his hand.
According to Reddy and others in the room, Wolf called Obama "the next thing to the Antichrist" and ordered Reddy and Dunkley from the room. When Reddy refused, Wolf said he would not teach "liberals" and would cancel the course if Reddy didn't leave. So Reddy and Dunkley left, as did a few others.
Lance Meek, hunter education coordinator for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, said Wolf had been a volunteer instructor for "a long time, probably 15 years or more" … But when Meek received a call Wednesday morning — from someone other than the Reddys — he said he had no choice.
Daniel Reddy (said) "Their response has been exemplary. It has really restored my faith in government."
Lane Dunkley said the situation made him angry. "This was a big deal for me because my grandpa doesn't have a lot of time to hunt anymore," he said. "I rarely get to hang out with my grandfather.
"I thought I would never be able to get my license."
Meek and Stacy Reddy said it illustrates how difficult the ongoing changes in the federal government are for some Oklahomans. (Obama?-me) "I realize a lot of people are unhappy right now," said Stacy Reddy, "but this was something my son worked his tail off to do."