Thursday, May 28, 2015
"Gun Violence Rare"
That's the actual headline in a liberal media source recently after the “big shootout” between motorcycle gang members and the cops in Texas. No, they kill each other in other ways: mostly with knives and heavy chains, which can't be easily defined as weapons until used as such. And therein lies the fallacy in ALL “gun control legislation.” It assumes that if people don't have guns, they won't kill and maim each other. Nothing could be further from the truth. If guns didn't exist, they'd find other ways to kill each other—and these people have. Which is why “Gun violence Is Rare” among them. That headline is misleading, as it assumes that the lack of GUN violence is a lack of all kinds OF VIOLENCE. It isn't. Way back when, all men carried swords, and when they wanted to kill each other, they used their swords. Notice in this case, the guns didn't come out until the cops arrived with THEIR guns. (10 News)