Monday, January 26, 2009

Enough Said

Image courtesy of Oleg Volk.

The War on Guns: Why Can't We Be Friends?

The War on Guns: Why Can't We Be Friends?

Read this, link to this, add more links to your sites. Just so you know this is David Codrea working to make sure all of us 2nd-Amendment lovers can get linked together. Excellent idea David, keep up the good work.

Another Gun Grabber Doing What They Do Best

"...Kirsten Gillibrand as our new senator even though she has actively pushed legislation that would make it even harder to control illegal handguns."[link]

Wait a minute did you just say, "harder to control illegal handguns"? I thought that handguns were legal, at least in some of the free states left in America? Do none of this countries +20,000 firearms laws not already do that? Sorry I digress sir, back to your article...

"...Paterson noted that the seat had been held previously by Robert F. Kennedy. Paterson did not add that Kennedy had been murdered with a handgun."

Whoa! Now wait a minute. I thought that RFK was killed by Sirhan Sirhan? Oh, OK, I see now, your either being a revisionist, or trying to use emotion rather than logic to get your point across. At that point I close my eyes and ears to you. Aside from that I hope that when someone breaks into your home, threatens you and your family, that emergency response time is fast enough to protect you. If not they can always put that yellow tape up.

Elderly Woman Holds Intruder at Gunpoint

“I’ve got my gun out. Somebody’s trying to get in my house,” she told a dispatcher. “I’ll have to shoot him if he comes in.”[link]

But yet, gun grabbers would rather have seen this elderly woman, beaten, raped, and murdered (preferably shot so they could scream to the top of their little poison filled lungs about the evils of firearms). Too harsh you say? Then why do they continually try pass ever more stringent laws against our freedoms?

Someone please play the devil's advocate for me and explain to me how limiting firearms to any and all law abiding citizens harmful, to anyone but the government.

Quote for the Day

"The most dangerous man, to any government, is the man who is able to think things out for himself, without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane and intolerable, and so, if he is romantic, he tries to change it." H.L. Mencken