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Mexican President: U.S. Gun Laws Are "Mistaken"

Chris110 Wrote: Jul 23, 2012 4:31 PM
The problem with guns is that somebody invented them. The other problem is, now that they exist, writing a law to ban them from law abiding citizens, doesn't cause the guns to cease to exist. If a law bans guns, then law abiding citizens will abide by that law. A criminal doesn't abide by the law, that's why they are called a criminal. So if your goal is to make law abiding citizens more defenseless, and if your goal is to also embolden criminals, then having a law which bans guns makes a lot of sense.

While ignoring the inconvenient fact that part of the reason why 63,000 people have been slaughtered in Mexico since 2006 is because Mexican citizens aren't allowed to legally own guns and defend themselves against ruthless drug cartels purchasing guns in bulk from China and Latin America, Mexican President Felipe Calderon is lecturing the United States again about how we need to reform our "mistaken" gun laws.

"Because of the Aurora, Colorado tragedy, the American Congress must review its mistaken legislation on guns. It's doing damage to us all," Calderon said.

Remember, Calderon called...