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Raymond, (Ret) Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 9:17 AM
Since the Left prides itself on it's good intentions, my question is just what did The Journal News believe would be the beneficial effects of publishing the addresses of gun permittee's? To warn criminals of where not to commit their crimes? To warn criminals where guns were available for theft? To help criminals rob addresses that did not have guns? Then what???
rmt5 in MA Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 9:29 AM
Their "good intentions" was meant to expose the evil law-abiding gun owners. Second Amendment rights mean nothing to leftists who have already made their own judgements.

The people who ask us "who are you to judge?" judge all the time. They condemn people (conservatives only, of course) who are rich. They judge people (conservatives mainly, of course) of being racists. And they indict law abiding gun owners. This is who liberals are.
samplin Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 9:26 AM
It is the kind of irresponsible airhead journalism that is all too commonplace today.

It is all part of, "If it feels good, do it." No logic or thought as to the possible outcomes of the action. Very childish indeed.

Is it possible to return sense, honor and integrity to journalism?
JasonCharleston Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 9:26 AM
I think Mao, Lenin and Stalin pretended to have good intentions to. Nik L nailed it. There goal is to sue the gun owners and create more violence...Chicago and Detroit aren't the sheetholes of the world because their populaces are genetically horrible. They are sheetholes because their leaders actively want violence to be high, mass poverty etc.

One can't look at Detroit and assume anything else.

Just days before Christmas, the Journal News out of New York published a story headlined, "Where are the gun permits in your neighborhood?" The Journal News thought it was important to publish the names and addresses of every gun permit holder in Westchester and Rockland counties in the name of public safety and the public's right to know. Turns out, they accomplished the opposite by treating lawful gun permit holders like convicted sex offenders. The story received national attention and put gun permit holders and their non-holding neighbors at risk. Ex-convicts said the Journal News story was a...