Why we need gun rights…

Why we need gun rights…

Jan. 8, 2013

By John Seiler

Here’s why we need gun rights. And why gun control, including that proposed by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., and President Obama, would leave us defenseless before violent criminals.

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  1. Rex the Wonder Dog!
    Rex the Wonder Dog! 8 January, 2013, 08:52

    That is a burglary, not a home invasion. But the rule is clear, we need weapons to protect us…good shooting.

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  2. Hondo
    Hondo 9 January, 2013, 22:34

    As a victim of violent felony crime I don’t think we need 100 round drums for our deer rifles ( thats basically what an AK47 is, a high capacity deer rifle). We can do without 30 round mags and 50 cal. weapons. But a month and a half ago a group of 15 gang members attacked a small group of people beating them badly for their cell phones. That occurred 8 blocks from my house. I’m sorry, but a whistle or even a 5 round 38 won’t do much good in that situation. Almost certainly one of the gang members had a gun. But didn’t use it if he didn’t have to, there by avoiding harsher prison sentences if they were caught.
    I look to San Berdoo, where the democratic city attorney said to ‘lock your doors and get your guns’ because they couldn’t afford enough police because of the bankruptcy.
    I think the gun owners should be smart enough to give up something, 50 cal weapons and mags over 20. But we can’t disarm our people in our bankrupt inner cities.
    And Sheriff Joe Arpaio has the answer. He is sending out thousands of armed volunteers to protect the public schools.
    Hondo…

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  3. Maria knows best
    Maria knows best 16 February, 2018, 16:32

    I will not ever rely on law enforcement to come as quick as pulling my
    trigger. There arent enough stories out there to support our second amendment. The liberals want to ban all weapons then lets ban all muslims. Exactly you cant take away the rights of law good ones because of some stupidy on the bad ones.

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