Is the Pen Mightier Than the Sword?

If someone breaks into your home for the purpose or robbing or hurting you, you’d rather have a gun in your hand than a pen, right? However, it might first require a pen to ensure that you can legally own that gun.

This is truly a case where the pen might be mightier than the sword.

In California, Governor Jerry Brown signed a group of gun-control laws that collectively are known as “Gunmageddon.” Among other things, these laws enforce ammunition background checks and declare that any rifle with a detachable magazine will be defined as an assault weapon

Those attempting to stop these laws before they officially go into effect – including some 1,600 volunteers – are attempting to gain at least 365,880 signatures that will put these laws up to a vote in the Golden State.

It is estimated that about 20 percent of California’s 35 million citizens own at least one firearm. If the laws are passed, a significant percentage of those gun owners might be possessing those guns illegally.

Once again, liberal politicians are missing the point. Despite all that has happened, they still believe that taking guns out of the hands of law-abiding citizens will reduce the number of deaths and injuries resulting from gun usage.

This is idiotic. The bad guys are still going to get guns no matter what laws are put into place.

These politicians completely fail to understand that almost every time some lunatic with a gun starts opening fire, he could be stopped quickly by a law-abiding citizen with a gun.

Why is this concept so difficult for some people to comprehend?


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