Why is it that the victim disarmament industry -- which cares so little for human life that they'd rather see a women raped in an alley and strangled with her own pantyhose than see her with a gun in her hand -- only pretends to care about what happens to individual police officers when pretending to care can do the most damage to the Bill of Rights?
That's what's going on over at the Brady Campaign because the only way they can think of to use recent mass shootings to their vulturous political advantage -- it having been established in the public consciousness by now that these things happen not because there are too many guns around, but because there are too few -- was to moan and whimper that bullets commonly fired from "sport-utility rifles" can actually go through the flexible body armor most commonly worn by the cops.
Columnist and author L. Neil Smith, on the other hand understands why the Founding Fathers wrote the Second Amendment -- they wanted government controlled, not guns -- and tries gently to explain it to the willful misunderstanders in the Brady compound. You can try, too, using his arguments in "The Kevlar Klass" which you'll find waiting for you at http://www.JPFO.org along with many other nifty things to read.
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