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Friday, February 07, 2014

'Progressive' writer uses Hoffman death to equate gun makers to heroin dealers

Granted, one can debate whether it should be legal for people to poison their bodies with heroin, and for other people to supply them with that poison, and indeed, this correspondent strongly believes that the "War on Drugs" is an immoral, unconstitutional, and ultimately fruitless endeavor. The fact remains, though, that rightly or not, heroin is illegal, and guns (rightly) are not (outraged "progressive" sensibilities notwithstanding), and to treat the trade in one similarly to trade in the other is to make a mockery of the entire rule of law.

Siskind is merely firing another barrage in the "progressive" war of annihilation against the gun culture. Luckily, and like her ideological allies, her aim stinks. [More]

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Anonymous said...

Could an automobile dealer be prosecuted or sued for a wreck caused by a reckless driver? Could a hardware store manager be prosecuted for selling an ax to someone who later committed a murder with it? If my neighbor's kid accidentally breaks my kitchen window with a baseball, can I sue the sporting goods store that sold him the ball? Maybe I better drop the subject. I don't want to give the progressives (and their lawyers) any ideas.