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3/20/2017 5:03:23 PM
Posted: 5/21/2001 8:27:57 AM EDT
weve probbly seen this before >1. Banning guns works, which is why New York, DC, & Chicago cops need guns. > >2. Washington DC's low murder rate of 69 per 100,000 is due to strict gun >control, and Indianapolis' high murder rate of 9 per 100,000 is due to the >lack of gun control. > >3. Statistics showing high murder rates justify gun control but statistics >showing increasing murder rates after gun control are "just statistics." > >4. The Brady Bill and the Assault Weapons Ban, both of which went into >effect in 1994 are responsible for the decrease in violent crime rates, >which have been declining since 1991. > >5. We must get rid of guns because a deranged lunatic may go on a shooting >spree at any time and anyone who would own a gun out of fear of such a >lunatic is paranoid. > >6. The more helpless you are the safer you are from criminals. > >7. An intruder will be incapacitated by tear gas or oven spray, but if shot >with a .357 Magnum will get angry and kill you. > >8. A woman raped and strangled is morally superior to a woman with a smoking >gun and a dead rapist at her feet. > >9. When confronted by violent criminals, you should "put up no defense - >give them what they want, or run" (Handgun Control Inc. Chairman Pete >Shields, Guns Don't Die - People Do, 1981, p. 125). > >10. The New England Journal of Medicine is filled with expert advice about >guns; just like Guns & Ammo has some excellent treatises on heart surgery. > >11. One should consult an automotive engineer for safer seatbelts, a civil >engineer for a better bridge, a surgeon for internal medicine, a computer >programmer for hard drive problems, and Sarah Brady for firearms expertise. > >12. The 2nd Amendment, ratified in 1787, refers to the National Guard, which >was created 130 years later, in 1917. > >13. The National Guard, federally funded, with bases on federal land, using >federally-owned weapons vehicles buildings and uniforms, punishing >trespassers under federal law, is a "state" militia. > >14. These phrases: "right of the people peaceably to assemble," "right of >the people to be secure in their homes," "enumerations herein of certain >rights shall not be construed to disparage others retained by the people," >and "The powers not delegated herein are reserved to the states >respectively, and to the people" all refer to individuals, but "the right of >the people to keep and bear arm" refers to the state. > >15. "The Constitution is strong and will never change." But we should ban >and seize all guns thereby violating the 2nd, 4th, and 5th Amendments to >that Constitution. >
Link Posted: 5/21/2001 8:28:43 AM EDT
cont: >16. Rifles and handguns aren't necessary to national defense! Of course, the >army has hundreds of thousands of them. > >17. Private citizens shouldn't have handguns, because they aren't "military >weapons", but private citizens shouldn't have "assault rifles", because they >are military weapons. > >18. In spite of waiting periods, background checks, fingerprinting, >government forms, etc., guns today are too readily available, which is >responsible for recent school shootings. In the 1940's, 1950's and 1960's, >anyone could buy guns at hardware stores, army surplus stores, gas stations, >variety stores, Sears mail order, no waiting, no background check, no >fingerprints, no government forms and there were no school shootings. > >19. The NRA's attempt to run a "don't touch" campaign about kids handling >guns is propaganda, but the anti-gun lobby's attempt to run a "don't touch" >campaign is responsible social activity. >20. Guns are so complex that special training is necessary to use them >properly, and so simple to use that they make murder easy. > >21. A handgun, with up to 4 controls, is far too complex for the typical >adult to learn to use, as opposed to an automobile that only has 20. > >22. Women are just as intelligent and capable as men but a woman with a gun >is "an accident waiting to happen" and gun makers' advertisements aimed at >women are "preying on their fears." > >23. Ordinary people in the presence of guns turn into slaughtering butchers >but revert to normal when the weapon is removed. > >24. Guns cause violence, which is why there are so many mass killings at gun >shows. >>25. A majority of the population supports gun control, just like a majority >of the population supported owning slaves. > >26. Any self-loading small arm can legitimately be considered to be a >"weapon of mass destruction" or an "assault weapon." > >27. Most people can't be trusted, so we should have laws against guns, which >most people will abide by because they can be trusted. > >28. The right of Internet pornographers to exist cannot be questioned >because it is constitutionally protected by the Bill of Rights, but the use >of handguns for self defense is not really protected by the Bill of Rights. > >29. Free speech entitles one to own newspapers, transmitters, computers, and >typewriters, but self- defense only justifies bare hands. > >30. The ACLU is good because it uncompromisingly defends certain parts of >the Constitution, and the NRA is bad, because it defends other parts of the >Constitution. > >31. Charlton Heston, a movie actor as president of the NRA is a cheap >lunatic who should be ignored, but Michael Douglas, a movie actor as a >representative of Handgun Control, Inc. is an ambassador for peace who is >entitled to an audience at the UN arms control summit.
Link Posted: 5/21/2001 8:29:45 AM EDT
> >32. Police operate with backup within groups, which is why they need larger >capacity pistol magazines than do "civilians" who must face criminals alone >and therefore need less ammunition. > >33. We should ban "Saturday Night Specials" and other inexpensive guns >because it's not fair that poor people have access to guns too. > >34. Police officers have some special Jedi-like mastery over handguns that >private citizens can never hope to obtain. > >35. Private citizens don't need a gun for self- protection because the >police are there to protect them even though the Supreme Court says the >police are not responsible for their protection. > >36. Citizens don't need to carry a gun for personal protection but police >chiefs, who are desk-bound administrators who work in a building filled with >cops, need a gun. > >37. "Assault weapons" have no purpose other than to kill large numbers of >people. The police need assault weapons. You do not. > >38. When Microsoft pressures its distributors to give Microsoft preferential >promotion, that's bad; but when the Federal government pressures cities to >buy guns only from Smith & Wesson, that's good. > >39. Trigger locks do not interfere with the ability to use a gun for >defensive purposes, which is why you see police officers with one on their >duty weapon. > >40. Handgun Control, Inc., says they want to "keep guns out of the wrong >hands." Guess what? You have the wrong hands.
Link Posted: 5/21/2001 9:07:13 AM EDT
I don't know why more people are not reading this! only 22? Although someone posted the link to this that was posted somewhere not to long ago. Lynn
Link Posted: 5/21/2001 9:09:00 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/21/2001 9:08:10 AM EDT by sigman]
This is'nt funny,it scary because alot of anti-gunners believe alot of that stuff. I have had quite a few brain dead soccer moms say this garbage to me,its kinda funny,they just keep repeating stupid phrases and messed up statics that they never looked up themselves. One even said I could/would become a mass murder for owning "assualt rifles","sniper rifles","assualt/riot shotguns" and "deadly handguns". "Yea, lady,I guess because I own several high preformance vintage mustangs from the '60's and 70's I am/will be a get-away driver for bank robbers." [rolleyes] oh,yea great thread,thanks.
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