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

William1542 Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 10:27 AM
I grew up in a rural area of Souther Maryland, on a tobacco farm in the 60s and 70's. Everyone, and I mean everyone in my area had a guns. Often in plain sight in their homes. My grandfather, the proud dad of eight beautiful daughters, kept his shotgun in the corner of his bedroom. Everyone hunted, or had guns for protection. I don't know of one, not one incident of anyone being shot or going on some shooting rampage. It is the culture, not the guns. I agree that stricter gun "laws" would only jeapordize law-abiding citizens. Criminals, by definition, would have no regard for such laws. The Liberal/Progressive's refusal to look at these types of issues rationally, is simply astounding.

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...