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Colorado Democrat Lectures Rape Survivor Amanda Collins About Rape "Statistics"

jhouseman Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 12:26 PM
The whole gun control agenda is nothing but "feel good legislation". You can cite an endless stream of statistics to show that none of the proposed laws will actually make society safer but that doesn't matter, they will "feel" safer. The objection to concealed carry on campus is not about any crime or mishap with a legally carried firearm, there have been none. But those who testified for the bill claimed they "feel intimated or inhibited" by not knowing who may have a gun and they don't want to "feel" that way. Obviously the whole point of concealed carry and the very thing which makes it valuable is the fact that persons up to no good should "feel inhibited" from carrying out their criminal intent, that is precisely how it works.

Colorado's Democratic lawmakers considering more gun control in the state have once again proven they are way in over their heads when it comes to discussing the issue of rape and concealed carry on campus. Three weeks ago, Democratic Rep. Joe Salazar suggested rape whistles and call boxes were sufficient enough for women to prevent rape. Another Democratic lawmaker, Jesse Ulibarri suggested people use ballpoint pens to fight back against a gun wielding madman on a rampage. The University of Colorado-Colorado Springs

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