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Gun Stocks Continue to Soar After Obama's Executive Orders

Selah Green Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 12:35 PM
75,000 to 100,000 Americans die every year from the use of alcohol - from disease, from violence induced by alcohol, from drunk driving accidents. 1,500 to 2,000 innocent children under 16 are killed as passengers, pedestrians, or bike riders by drunk drivers every year. Where's the outrage? Where's the demand to ban alcohol, a substance with far less redeeming value than guns. Where's the compassion for children killed by drunk drivers; for the thousands born every year with fetal alcohol syndrome; for the children abused by their drunken parents? Why is it that the thousands of children killed by alcohol do not deserve compassion and outcries, while those few who are killed by guns create such outcries?
Luscious Lars Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 5:00 PM
liberals love alcohol while despising firearms. That should tell you the why they don't get too excited about deaths related to alcohol, including children. They don't want one of their "life's little pleasures" taken away from them. Plus, for some reason, they can look to prohibition and see that banning alcohol made things worse, not better. However, their feeble minds can't make the leap of logic as to how banning firearms will make things worse, not better.

President Obama has been credited by many gun owners and manufacturers as being the greatest guns salesman in history. Although Obama didn't launch a direct attack on the Second Amendment and gun ownership during his first term, many thought he would and purchased firearms and ammunition in great quantities. Now that President Obama has been elected a second time with a publicized goal of an "assault" weapons ban, gun sales are through the roof. The month of December brought in a record number of gun sales and FBI background checks. Yesterday, President Obama signed 23 executive actions for gun...