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Monday, December 29, 2014

'Distinguished Professor of Politics' accuses NRA of killing cops

Dreier concludes with the assertion that for the killing to stop, the U.S. must "tame" the NRA. Actually, Dreier, if the NRA isn't "tame" enough for you, wait til you get a load of these guys. [More]

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Anonymous said...

The NRA and "the gun lobby" are a convenient scapegoat for bleeding heart liberals, champagne socialists, and race-baiting, self-appointed "community leaders," who have given us a permissive society in which crime pays better than honest labor, and criminals have more rights than honest citizens.

Our revolving door legal system puts sociopaths back out on the streets before the police have time to finish writing the arrest reports. Our revolving door mental health system allows obviously psychotic people to wander around loose, with no supervision. Then, when these people commit violent crimes, the Social Justice Warriors (the same people who refused to confine the sociopaths and psychotics) blame the NRA.

I can't recall a single case in which the NRA helped a child molester get out on parole, or circulated a petition to get a murderer released from prison, or sued the police or the FBI for violating a terrorist's civil rights.

And the leftists are quick to exploit cop-killings, which they (the leftists) helped to encourage. They shed crocodile tears for the officers, while blaming the tragedy on the "gun lobby." But the rest of the time, the leftists are condemning the police, accusing them of racism and brutality.

Every time a vicious criminal is justifiably shot in self-defense (whether by a police officer or by a private citizen), the media twist the facts around, portraying the aggressor as the victim and vice versa. And "Progressive" politicians fan the flames, condemning the shooting before the facts are known, and expressing sympathy for the "peaceful protesters."

And it was not the NRA or GOA rioting in the streets, throwing Molotov cocktails and chanting, "Burn this bitch down," and "What do we want? Dead cops!"

Natalie said...

I'm always so confused by this though process, but I shouldn't be anymore. This is all part of the effort to frame guns and gun owners as "evil" and try to show gun ownership as shameful. If more people hold that view point, it is easier to impose more restrictions on gun ownership. One of our bloggers did a detailed write up on this topic, and compared the current state of affairs to anti-tobacco lobbies in the past: http://nationalcarryacademy.com/regulating-gun-control/. Do you think this is a fair comparison to today?

Kurt '45superman' Hofmann said...

Oh, I don't think there's any room for doubt about their being a very strong connection, Natalie. David Codrea talked about it before:

Dr. Mark Rosenberg, Director of the CDC's National Center for Injury Control and Prevention (NCIPC) in 1994 told The Washington Post: "We need to revolutionize the way we look at guns, like what we did with cigarettes. Now it [sic] is dirty, deadly, and banned."