Thursday, April 21, 2011

Laws Don't Apply to Them

California lawmakers, who have made some of the tightest “gun-control laws” in the nation, now get to carry their own guns, since so many Californians hate them for destroying the state’s economy. This is typical. Politicians just don’t want to be forced to OBEY the laws they make for the rest of us. So they don’t. They either specifically EXCLUDE themselves from the law or make another law to do it. We need to find a way to make a law forcing legislators to LIVE by the laws they make. But it’ll probably never happen, since it’s the legislators that will have to MAKE that law. (The Sacramento Bee)

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Again, Blame the gun

That’ll be the response from the “anti-gun Nazis” when they hear about the gun attack in Philly that injured nine and killed one at a party. As usual, nothing is being said about the legality of the shooter carrying the gun he used. That’s because one: if he had a “carry permit” that’s an illustration that anti-gun laws don’t stop such shootings and; two: if he didn’t, how easy it is for criminals to get guns in “tight” gun law areas like Philly. But you can count on them to “blame the gun,” which is an inanimate object that cannot kill anybody unless in the hand of a human who can pull the trigger. (Fox News)

Sunday, April 10, 2011

She Could Have Stopped It

Dr. Suzanna Hupp is a licensed gun carrier. She could easily have “put a couple into” a man who crashed his car into a Texas Luby’s restaurant, got out, and started shooting people at random. But Texas has a law that makes it a felony to carry a gun into a restaurant, even if you’re licensed. So she had left her gun in her car. That cost a lot of people, including her father and mother, their lives. That short-sighted law cost these people their lives when if she had had her gun with her, she could have put an end to this madman’s massacre before he killed any more people. Instead, he randomly killed a lot of people, unopposed. She made a point to tell these lawmakers a simple thing: hunting is not the reason for the constitutional guarantee of the right to carry the means to personal protection, a gun. It is so we can defend ourselves against criminals, including those sitting on that dias. A judge recently ruled that states have the right to “regulate” guns. He’s wrong. The Constitution of the United States is the BASIS for ALL laws in the country. Federal AND state. But he’s a judge; so who’s going to tell him he’s wrong except another judge? (YouTube)

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Blame the Gun

A gunman opened fire at a Brazilian school recently and 13 people were killed. Nothing has been said about whether or not the gunman had the guns legally, or was breaking the law just by carrying them. This shooting just shows one thing: laws against carrying guns around would not have done ANYTHING to keep this shooting from happening. But the anti-gun Nazis won’t consider that. To them, it’s “the gun’s fault” whenever a human being takes an inanimate gun, which can do nothing without a human pointing it and pulling its trigger. I’m waiting for the next report about somebody going into a school with a kitchen knife (again—it happened in Korea) and killing people so the “anti-knife” people can have their day. (The Blaze)