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Yes, Guns Kill, But How Often Are They Used in Self-Defense?

Bill906 Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 5:13 AM
Sadly, there was nothing weird about it. It was done deliberately to follow the agenda of the anti-gun left. The concept of successful self-defense is to be avoided in all news reports. If the number of such incidents were to be publicized on a regular basis the basis for gun-control as they want it to be would disintegrate.
jbusleta Wrote: Aug 11, 2012 1:24 PM
In Britain you will be prosecuted for merely defending yourself. The Gov there wants to even ban kitchen knives... What are they so afraid of? That's what is coming here if you don't get rid of all of the parasites in Corporate D.C. (look up the The District of Columbia Act of 1871)
People are so unaware that a Legislative democracy has taken over their Constitutional Republic by subterfuge and they (the People) can't figure out how they (Corporate Municipal imposter government) can do what they do and get away with it... for some basic knowledge of how that happened go to: http://teamlaw.org/
About the tragedy in Aurora, Colo., rapper/actor Ice-T made more sense -- and has a better understanding of the Second Amendment -- than gun-control proponents.

Asked by a London news anchor about America's gun culture, Ice-T said: "Well, I'd give up my gun when everybody does. Doesn't that make sense? ... If there were guns here, would you want to be the only person without one?"

Anchor Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Channel 4 News: "So do you carry guns routinely at home?"

Ice-T: "Yeah, it's legal in the United States. It's part of our Constitution. You know, the right to bear arms is because that's the...