October 21st 2015

More, or less, safe with broad concealed carry?


A Gallup survey question posed --"Suppose more Americans were allowed to carry concealed weapons if they passed a criminal background check and training course. If more Americans carried concealed weapons, would the United States be safer or less safe?".

By Robert Farago. October 21st, 2015

That's the question Gallup put to 1,015 adults in a poll whose results were released yesterday. And the survey said! Fifty-six percent answered yes, 41 percent said no, three percent said "say what?" It's something of a shame that the pollsters added the bit about a criminal background check and training course.

Those two requirements are a clear infringement on Americans' natural, civil and Constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms. And don't do a thing to increase "gun safety." Still, the "feel good" caveats yielded the above result, which should get the anti-gun rights folks sweating bullets. Well, it would if . . .

They didn't ignore it. Which, of course, they will. As will the mainstream media, the same folks who promoted the hell out of a different result in a different question in the same poll, regarding "stricter gun laws." ...... -->

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