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Gun Control Nuts Going Off Half-Cocked, Again – Second Addendum

Posted in Argumentation, Firearms, Government, In the News, Philosophy, Politics, Second Amendment with tags , , , , , , , , on December 17, 2012 by Xajow

Don’t worry. This one will be brief. I have seen a little more of what Obama said in his speech, and the context does not make it better. Continue reading

Gun Control Nuts Going Off Half-Cocked, Again – Addendum

Posted in Argumentation, Firearms, Government, In the News, Philosophy, Politics, Second Amendment with tags , , , , , , , , , on December 17, 2012 by Xajow

Sadly, this is just getting worse. Fear-mongering nonsense is pouring out all over the place. “Surely we can do better than this,” said Obama. “We have an obligation to try.” Which would be nice if I believed by “better” he meant “better” and not “more nonsensical”. Continue reading

Gun Control Nuts Going Off Half-Cocked, Again

Posted in Firearms, In the News, Philosophy, Politics, Second Amendment with tags , , , , , , , on December 16, 2012 by Xajow

Mere hours after a school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, and already I was reading opinions about how the shooting proves we need more and stricter gun control laws. It very much gave the appearance that the gun control nuts all rushed to their computers, thinking not of concern for the grieving but how to try to use the tragedy for political gain. To see what these people said would almost make a person think the guns of their own accord had marched into the school and done all the shooting. The facts, of course, are quite different. Continue reading