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Monday, January 10, 2011

Tucson aftermath: Here come the gun laws

Well, that didn't take long. Within a day of a deranged lunatic's murderous shooting spree in Tucson, we are being told that for our "safety" in a world polluted with such thugs, we need more restrictions placed on our ability to defend ourselves from them. So far, the "there oughta be a law" (or, preferably, a bunch of laws) crowd seems to have identified three fronts along which to advance new encroachments on liberty: hardware ban-type laws, expansion of "prohibited purchaser" lists, and restrictions on "violent rhetoric." [More]
That's today's St. Louis Gun Rights Examiner. Please give it a look, and tell a friend.

6 comments:

Crotalus (Dont Tread on Me) said...

Yep. One of the quickest and fiercest versions of the Danse Macabre i've ever seen.

Anonymous said...

Hi folks:

These shootings appear to be orchestrated using standard brainwashing techniques.

There is a group picking out people and "targeting" them in order to induce shootings. It is important to make that known. The guns aren't killing people. Psychiatrists are engineering events. As soon as the public becomes aware then these blatant gun crimes will become a thing of the past.

45superman said...

Er . . . whatever you say, Anon.

Crusotalus (Dont Tread on Me) said...

Who the hell is this??? Loughner's clone????

45superman said...

Kinda what I was wondering, Crotalus.

SavaShip said...

The gun control crowd thinks they're doing a great thing... they think pro-gunners are insane because our solution to gun violence is more guns in the hands of responsible people.

The gun control crowd is the same crowd that views every single person as incapable of making the most basic decisions about their life, whether it's what they eat, where they want to live, what they want to use to feel better everyday. If you can't stop eating fast food and meat which they will tell you is terribly bad for you, how could you ever use a gun with any type of common sense?

The point I'm trying to make, is these people are trying to control what is not their to control. Narcissism fails to define them to the fullest extent, these are people who think they're better, and more reasonable than you, and can't be convinced otherwise.

I'm afraid I am at a loss as to how to deal with the problem as these people are becoming more prevalent in society. They manipulate tragedies into grandstands, and order the use of force against good, hardworking people... it's wrong, but there is no obvious way to fix the damage they cause.