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Big danger: Gun-free zones
| Andrew Ireland
Posted on 06/09/2014 5:29:05 AM PDT by rktman
He emphasized that in gun-free zones in Africa, the rebel soldiers, the police and the army are armed.
Weve had pastors in the Democratic Republic of the Congo being buried alive. And I said to one of the pastors there, Why didnt the whole congregation bring out their firearms when the rebels came along and say, Go ahead make our day? How can they just walk in and take the pastor? He said, No, weve been completely disarmed. We cant protect ourselves at all.
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TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Government
KEYWORDS: 2a; banglist; guncontrol
Rebel soldiers. Hmmmm. Could that be stretched to possibly be the uh, civilian security force just as well armed and equipped as the army? Hmmm. Where have I heard that mentioned. Of course, from the git go, a lot more people have lost self defense tools in boating accidents in this country over time than some places have SDT's. (Self Defense Tools)
posted on 06/09/2014 5:29:05 AM PDT
Another one for the group.
To: The Working Man
It has worked so well here in our schools.
DC is a gun free zone and look at how corrupt our government has become.
posted on 06/09/2014 5:46:56 AM PDT
(Only a tidal wave of tyrants blood will return our tree of liberty......)
To: Malone LaVeigh
posted on 06/09/2014 6:37:12 AM PDT
(Ethnicity: Nascarian. Race: Daytonafivehundrian)
Before we had gun free school zones, we had no school shootings. It is suggestibility!
The fact that we talk about mass shootings so much in the news is responsible for the propagation of them. Do we really need to know the motive? Do we really need to know the killer's background? If the news simply called the shooter a nut and let it go, I think the nimber of shootings would be less. We give a nutcase notoriety by all the coverage.
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