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Israel: America's Model for Reducing Violent Crime (Part 1 of 2 on Reducing Violent Crime in the US)

PassuerDFumes Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 11:04 AM
The 2nd amendment says: "A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed" The constitution and the amendments are a restriction of the federal goverment. There is a lot of rhetoric about clip size, the type of stock and what the president can do with executive orders, etc. But the question is this. Do Gun Control laws reduce violent crimes? If they do, then there are legal legitimate ways to repeal the 2nd amemdment. If not, then they are a bad idea even if the 2nd amendment never existed. The overwelming proof is tthat gun control laws do not reduce violent crime and actually increase it. Gun control is not about guns, it is about control.
This past week, I made an audio recording endorsing the re-election of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel's general election Tuesday, Jan. 22.

I explained in the endorsement: "You might think I'm a tough guy in my films, but in a rough neighborhood like the Middle East, Israel has its own tough guy. His name is Bibi Netanyahu."

Netanyahu's leadership and strength were evident as far back as 1967, when he was a part of the Israel Defense Forces' elite commando unit, Sayeret Matkal. And they were just as obvious in his public service through the years, as I added in my endorsement:...