Saturday, April 27, 2013

Take gun-control proposals elsewhere

"What happened in Newtown was horrible; everyone can agree on that. But an honest look around the United States shows that it's not states like New Hampshire -- where law-abiding citizens have easy access to firearms - that are home to the worst levels of crime and violence. Instead, the worst crime rates are in those places where even greater restrictions on guns than those being proposed have been the law for decades. "

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Of course. Gun control advocates don't want to acknowledge that gun ownership has a huge effect on the suppression of crime. Remove gun ownership from the equation and, conversely from what is hoped, you get a big upswing in violence, especially in gun violence. Example- Chicago, Detroit, DC. etc.