Author Topic: Gun Crimes Down in USA....and yet?  (Read 875 times)

Alberta_huntress_83

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Gun Crimes Down in USA....and yet?
« on: May 15, 2013, 09:23:56 PM »
Source: National Rifle Association

The Justice Department has released a study showing a massive decrease in crimes involving firearms. Mayor Bloomberg, President Obama, and the liberal media have all been mute about the decline but continue to insist we need more gun control. Read more:

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/may/9/miller-bloomberg-obama-and-liberal-media-muzzled-a/

I know we're not American, but our politics are so closely intertwined and quite frankly, I am fascinated by Obama's lack of common sense when it comes to gun control. I hope none of his bs rubs off up here. An armed society is a safe society. 


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BruceW

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Re: Gun Crimes Down in USA....and yet?
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2013, 10:00:35 PM »
Thanks for posting that Huntress.  You have to remember, gun control has nothing to do with public safety, it's all about confiscation and the left furthering it's agenda.

10 yrs ago I didn't think that.  Now there's no denying it.

Alberta_huntress_83

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Re: Gun Crimes Down in USA....and yet?
« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2013, 06:45:16 AM »
Thanks for posting that Huntress.  You have to remember, gun control has nothing to do with public safety, it's all about confiscation and the left furthering it's agenda.

10 yrs ago I didn't think that.  Now there's no denying it.

Bingo! (Don't get me wrong, they could use some modifications to their policies, but a national disarming of the People is not in the best interest of anyone but the powers that be). The US has always used scare tactics to control its populations and this is just another example. Reefer madness for guns!!!!

Thanks, BruceW!
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