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Good column about gun supporters vs gun controllers by Micheal Medved

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by vito, Jan 4, 2013.

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  1. vito

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  2. Russ Jackson

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    Good article. Quote from: In other words, conservatives want to address the threat of gun violence by giving individuals more power while liberals seek to improve the situation by concentrating more power in the hands of the government. The right preaches self-reliance while the left places its trust in the higher power of government.
     
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    I listen to the show often, and found Michael to be a quasi supporter of gun rights. Some of the language he uses demonstrates he still for some new gun control. He makes fun of those that carry often, which is my biggest complaint about him.
     
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    Wow, the injection of non-gun related politics sure has gotten blatant as of late.
     
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    I'm going to put out my opinion and say that this is relevant to the RKBA. It may not be specific to it, but it is relevant, and I believe it's important to understand the underlying principle that makes the RKBA so important in everyday life.
     
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    Not really on topic. Good read but not really enough on firearms to be on topic for THR.
     
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