Teens compete in last year's shooting competition
The Windsor Hills Baptist Church of Oklahoma City, OK is so hip and happenin' that its fresh, cutting edge design crafted to inspire teens to attend the 2008 Youth Conference centers on vignettes of four old white guys and a silver anniversary theme, all fitting for a bank in the 1960s. (Wouldn't sepia tones have been phatt3r?)
But wait! If that doesn't bring the kids in droves, their AR-15 Giveaway give away should.
That's right - a semiautomatic assault rifle will be given away to one lucky teenager!
Even though the commie pinko KOCO Oklahoma City News announced that the gun giveaway was cancelled, it looks like the church might be going ahead with it.
Bob Ross, the portly, grey-haired youth director with the George Hamilton tan was quoted,
I don't want people thinking 'My goodness, we're putting a weapon in the hand of somebody that doesn't respect it who are then going to go out and kill, That’s not at all what we're trying to do.
There are plenty of other youth activities besides the gun giveaway:
Preacher Boys' Competitions, Boys' Basketball, Girls' Volleyball, Chunch Revival, Two Dramatic Plays, The Youth Workers' Choir, The North/South School of the Prophets, Preacher Kids' Conference, Soulwinning Blitz, Ladies' Banquet, Men's Day at the Camp with Swimming, Mud Games, and More!, Big Country Cookout, Hilarious Skits, Game Rooms, Red HOT preaching, Ice Skating, and MUCH more!Rumors that the gun giveaway was canceled seem to be exaggerated, as a statement on the WHBC website quietly claims the event is on again:
Although the shooting competition that was to take place during the Youth Conference had been canceled, due to false statements* made by the Oklahoma City TV Channel 5 (KOCO) and subsequently reported also by media outlets across the country, an AR-15 was donated last Saturday so that the competition could go on as planned.I don't know. Which do you think is worse, giving an assault rifle to a teenager or giving away a baby?
If Congress, back when our country was fighting for its independence could give engraved muskets to the fifteen or so eleven year old boys that their teacher, Mr. Akins, led into battle against the British, then we can give away a firearm still today, especially since our Supreme Court just re-emphasized our Second Amendment rights.
*False statements: 1) That a gun had been purchased for $800; 2) That the local TV channel intervened to keep us from giving away an AR-15.
One of last year's themes was "Is It In You?" (That's what SHE said!)
Watch the video from last year's event Eww! Check out the ice skating party - all the girls are wearing FDLS-style calf-length skirts - one in desert camo fabric!