Here is an inspiring civil rights story! Near Detroit, Jesse Jackson called for a protest against a local gun shop located on Eight Mile Road. Jackson argued that the gun shop was driving jobs out of Detroit by facilitating violence. Jackson planned the protest for Father's Day.
On the day of the protest, exactly 3 people showed up to represent the forces of gun control (Jackson himself being absent). However, it wasn't a total bust as a multi-cultural, multi-gender crowd of 50 showed up to support the gun range.
Rick Ector tells the story here: http://www.ammoland.com/2012/06/18/j...#axzz1yClMw4Zr