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Read these classic
rebuttals to "Gun Control"
November 27th 2012
This is what the NY Times editorial board runs with the day after Thanksgiving, cause it's a super duper most important issue, unlike America being broke, facing the fiscal cliff, a stagnant economy, Iran, post-Sandy cleanup, housing still in the dumps, etc
Yeah, because violating that pesky Bill Of Rights is no big deal in NY Times World. And it's rather strange that the majority of gun violence tends to occur in Democrat held areas, eh?
Funny stuff, they actually linked Obama to leading. That would be a first.
In Times World, citizens should not be free to shield themselves from criminals who carry guns obtained illegally. All of those measures mentioned allow law abiding citizens to protect themselves and their families from people who would do them harm. I wonder if the NY Times editorial board would be willing to give up the armed guards in the lobby at the NY Times building.
The Times worries about the "30,000 lives lost to gun violence every year." What they don't tell you is that around half of those are suicides. Of the remaining, in 2010 (the latest year for data), 8775 were from crime, the rest accidental. That's with over 270 million privately owned guns. I wonder how many crimes were prevented because someone owns a gun? Hmmm, an estimated 2.5 million? And women are the most likely to be saved by owning a gun? And most shootings involved criminals killing other criminals? Oh, and women are the biggest recipients of being able to show a gun to someone who is looking to harm them?
Perhaps the Times should be concerned with the 1 million plus abortions this year.
Posted by William Teach on November 24 - Follow him on Twitter @WilliamTeach.
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