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Black Leaders: Gun Control is "Black People Control"

barry1817 Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 12:57 AM
Just wondering why do we call it illegal to have weapons, if "illegal' is a racist term that we shouldn't be using. Now that is a hoot. And are we to call it "illegal" to commit crimes, because "illegal" isn't really a nice term. obozo, our clown in chief, and the laughs keep coming from him and his court jesters.
Icthelite Wrote: Mar 24, 2013 8:17 AM
If I am a racist because I want the laws of my country obeyed then so be it. I am a racist and proud of it. Those that have a problem with this will just have to learn how to live with it.
Have a pleasant day fellow citizens.

A number of African-American leaders joined together Friday to challenge the gun control proposals currently being considered on Capitol Hill, claiming gun control laws are inherently racist.

“There’s a direct correlation between gun control and black people control,” Stacy Swimp, president and CFO of the Frederick Douglass Society, said at the press conference sponsored by the Center for Urban Renewal and Education(CURE).

Swimp compared the call for universal background checks for gun purchase to the time when blacks were required to register with the government.

“The first gun laws were put into place to register black folks, to make...