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Yet another example of how useless gun control laws are.

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    the anti gunners know this. they just want laws that will scare the general public out of having weapons as a means of control. if anyone wants a gun, you can get one. if you want drugs, you can get them. if you wanted liquor during prohibition, you could get it. one woud think that the feds would figure this out after a while. cmon.......reality ck.
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    The criminal element will always have access to weapons. Gun control only controls the law abiding citizens (the ones who would own guns responsibly) and does nothing to prevent the criminals from not owning them. This is so evident in IL and specially Chicago. Police officers I have spoken too are giving women in IL lessons on how to use a pen and keys to protect themselves in the event they are attacked. Freaking stupid idea!. I will Quinn would do the right thing and sign off on the CCW bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigguinn View Post
    the anti gunners know this. they just want laws that will scare the general public out of having weapons as a means of control. if anyone wants a gun, you can get one. if you want drugs, you can get them. if you wanted liquor during prohibition, you could get it. one woud think that the feds would figure this out after a while. cmon.......reality ck.
    I don't recall anyone ever having said the federal government was smart.
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    There were two tragedies that day:
    ONE) The innocent blood that was shed that day and shed foolishly and frivolously. There was no regard to life, liberty or the pursuit of happiness in that salon that day, for an evil criminal took that away. A criminal who knew what he was doing was wrong; who knew he was not allowed to own a firearm; who deliberately broke many laws on our books.
    and TWO) The tragedy that Wisconsin forced those people in that salon who were law-abiding and hard-working Americans to be defenseless. In a No Gun Zone, animals like Radcliffe look at the defenseless like a wolf looks at a lone sheep.

    If the families of the victims and those that survived this bloodshed don't stand up and sue Wisconsin for their No Gun Zone policies, we will have a third tragedy.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well armed lamb contesting the vote."
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