Hillary Attacks Gun Culture

1e1e828f-c6fb-4842-8667-fffca5de21fd-460x276A report in The Guardian on a recent speaking engagement featuring former Sec. of State, and potential Presidential Candidate, Hillary Clinton at the National Council for Behavioural Health conference in Oxon Hill, Maryland, in which she stated that gun culture in the U.S. is “way out of balance”.

She argued that the idea that “anybody can have a gun, anywhere, anytime” needs to be reined in while our Second Amendment rights could still be recognized.

Read Here.

Also, at The Guardian’s website you can find great info and cool graphs outlining individual gun laws state-by-state (link below). But the information was published in January, 2013, and, therefore, may be outdated regarding some States.

See Here

 

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One thought on “Hillary Attacks Gun Culture

  1. “[Hilary] argued that the idea that “anybody can have a gun, anywhere, anytime”…”

    Which is the sort of straw man rational fallacy you would expect from Hillary. I don’t know any many supporters of the 2nd Amendment who say anyone should be able to have a gun anywhere, anytime, etc. They understand that convicted felons and people with dangerous mental conditions should not have guns.

    My thought about Hillary is that she should stick to the things she is good at, for example, handling Bill’s “Bimbo Eruptions” and conducting a war on women who Bill raped. Or perhaps leaving Americans to die in Benghazi while she tries to solve the calculus of the political implications of using American armed forces to save Americans attacked by terrorists.

    regards,

    lwk

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