By Tim Brown. It’s interesting how the stupidity of those that hate Christianity, America and the protections of freedom afforded Americans is on display daily in various newspapers, magazines and on a myriad of websites. Of note, is Salon.com, who recently hosted an article by D. Watkins on Friday, in which he wrote, “I believe that being shot should be requirement [sic] for gun ownership in America. It’s very simple.”
Well, in return, I believe that those who write such asinine articles as Mr. Watkins should be required to be taught the Constitution.
Watkins wants to do an end run around the Second Amendment by attacking bullets. He made an appeal to Chris Rock, a filthy mouthed no good actor, who said, “We don’t need gun control. We need bullet control––if bullets were $5000, people would think before they shot some one! You gotta really piss someone off for them to dump $50,000 worth of bullets in to you!”
Meanwhile, Rock was summoned to the heavily guarded White House to support Hussein Obama’s gun control package in 2013, and I’m sure he probably had armed guards. So, like everyone else, I simply say, “Lead the way Chris and Mr. Watkins, start making sure each of the bullets in those who protect you are paid for out of their salary at $5,000 each.”
That won’t happen though and that isn’t where Watkins ends his statement. That’s just where it begins, and note, it begins with lawlessness (attacking the Law). (Read more from “Insane New Liberal Argument – Americans Who Defend Gun Rights Should Be SHOT” HERE)
A Look at the Facts on Gun-Free Zones
By John Lott. Some have a hard time accepting that criminals can be deterred from committing crimes. They don’t believe that potential mass shooters have second thoughts when faced with the prospect of armed citizens who can fight back. They seem to think that everyday Americans can’t help stop attacks.
But it is getting hard to ignore that mass public shooters keep choosing to attack locations where victims can’t defend themselves. It’s little wonder that gun-control advocates resort to desperate tactics.
There have been a series of articles from Politico, the Huffington Post, Slate, and the New York Daily News with similar titles meant to cast doubt on defensive gun use, such as “the myth of the good guy with the gun.”
Since at least 1950, all but two public mass shootings in America have taken place where general citizens are banned from carrying guns. In Europe, there have been no exceptions. Every mass public shooting — and there have been plenty of mass shooting in Europe — has occurred in a gun-free zone. In addition, they have had three of the six worst K–12 school shootings, and Europe experienced by far the worst mass public shooting perpetrated by a single individual (Norway in 2011, which from the shooting alone left 67 people dead and 110 wounded). (Read more from this story HERE)