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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Cardinals pitcher Ryan Franklin criticizes MLB 'no guns' policy

So, if I understand the argument, players (and others) can't have guns in the clubhouse, because they're too irresponsible and prone to violent rages--and they don't need guns in the clubhouse, because there will never be any need to defend oneself from violent, seething cauldrons of rage.

The bottom line is that the need to defend one's life can come at any time, and in any place. If we only needed guns where we expected lethal threats, we would presumably simply avoid such places altogether, and thus avoid the need for a gun, as well. [More]
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