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Rep. Louie Gohmert: I Wish to God that the Principal Would Have Had an M4

tibby2 Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 6:17 AM
Just like the healthcare bill, a piece of legislation will be passed that few will read and once in the hands of bureaucrats will be used in a manner that not even the legislators thought of. That is the problem. Legislators never think of unintended consequences. We have more deaths because we have created gun-free zones. Punish one hundred million people for the actions of a handful. A person can be brave enough to rush in to attempt to save someone but how many would be deathly afraid to even hold a weapon much less use it to save the lives of others? When seconds count police are minutes away.
jimwg2 Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 7:17 AM
For each of those poor innocent lives murdered at least a hundred people owe their lives to having a gun while on that lone midnight ride on a bus or subway from work or working alone in a grocery or coming out a mall parking lot. Unless you can make smart guns that shut off by detecting the malice in your mind, simple knee-jerk feel-good gun-ban laws cannot help this problem.

Many people are insisting we all sit down and have a thoughtful, calm reflection on the Second Amendment after the Connecticut massacre. Others, particularly on the Left, are more forthright and are demanding more gun control. If we are to engage in the former, however, I want to share some of the arguments Rep. Louie Gohmert made today on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace.

The segment with Gohmert began with footage of Eric Holder saying we need to discuss who we are as a nation, talk about the freedom and rights we have, and how they can...