Is there a reason we constantly discuss ridiculous subjects with the Left, like gun control?
There is no other interpretation of the 2nd Amendment, as Americans can have guns…period. Why we entertain the discussion of gun ownership is ridiculous, and showcases the lack of marketing on this issue.
A gun should be like a car: you buy it, you register it, and that’s it.
A recent Rasmussen national poll reveals that a mere 22 percent of likely voters say they would feel safer if they lived in a community in which no one is allowed to own a gun. 68 percent of respondents say they would feel safer in a neighborhood where gun ownership by residents is allowed. 10 percent don’t know what a gun is, apparently.
The fact is, an overwhelming majority of Americans understand why we have WEAPONS. If the next weapon is a remote control that can vaporize a person, the “gun” would become obsolete, and politicians would be trying to confiscate remote controls.
Man has a need to protect himself. It is our brain that puts us at the top of the food chain, not our brawn. We equalized the odds against things bigger and meaner than we, through the invention of weapons.
Yet we continue to engage with idiot Liberals over whether or not we should protect ourselves or cede that responsibility to the cops we are now being taught to hate?
I’d like to know who Liberals think will protect black people, when supposedly cops want to KILL US ALL? One could easily argue, with Liberal “logic”, that black people MUST all be armed, since law enforcement doesn’t protect black people, and in fact HUNTS black people.
I don’t need to argue that when citizens are armed or at least thought by criminals to be armed, crime drops dramatically.
Gun control is white Liberal racists’ attempt at the extermination of black people. Now THAT’S your message!
Perhaps the NRA likes having this battle?
Think about it. If we stop having to fight for a God-given right to protect ourselves and the constitutional right to bear arms, why would we need the NRA?
The national survey was conducted on June 8-9, 2015 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. The fieldwork for all Rasmussen surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC.