evie10 Wrote:
Feb 02, 2013 9:55 AM
and most of those could have been prevented with an armed citizen aiding the victim. The cases you talk of are those cases where the person (perpetrator) with the gun is not a law-abiding citizen. The point we are making is that the right of gun ownership is in the Constitution and cannot be abridged without changing the Constitution. Remember, we the people grant rights to the government in this country, not the other way around. That should end the argument.