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Gun Companies to Law Enforcement in Anti-Gun States: We’re Not Doing Business With You Anymore

pol_junkie Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 7:17 PM
"In the U.S., there are (approximately) 82 gun deaths per day, 88 auto deaths per day, and 102 drug-related deaths per day. Deaths from automobile accidents dropped 25 percent since 2005, with a recent 1.7 percent drop from 2010 to 2011. Gun deaths have not changed that dramatically, but it is interesting to note that out of the 82 gun deaths per day, only 30 are homicides while 52 are suicides or accidents. It is the drug-related deaths, however, that are the most alarming and, sadly, the most ignored. The 102 drug-related deaths per day refer to those caused by long-term drug abuse. As can be seen, they now surpass the number of deaths from auto accidents. The number is misleading, however, in that it does not include all those dying...
pol_junkie Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 7:18 PM
all those dying from prescription drugs because it considers only long-term drug abuse.

Liberal hypocrisy... you fight for the freedom to access the products you like despite their impact. You argue that people are responsible enough to make the right choices. Why not argue for prohibition and stricter drug laws.

As the gun control debate rages on, we’ve seen a host of gun-rights advocates standing up for the Second Amendment. In addition to citizens, the NRA, the National Sheriffs Association and countless others, a number of companies—including gun manufacturers, sporting good retailers and gunsmiths—are now taking a stand by refusing to sell to law enforcement in New York and other states with restrictive gun laws.

The message in these companies’ statements is essentially about equality—local law enforcement and government agencies should not have rights that citizens do not.  Thus, if states such as New York choose to adopt restrictive...