should prompt debate over gun laws
Examiner.com -- On Sunday, Vice President Joe Biden told CBS' Face the Nation the Trayvon Martin shooting should spark debate on gun laws - particularly Florida's Stand Your Ground law.
“It’s important that people be put in a position where their Second Amendment rights are protected, but that they also don’t, as a consequence of the laws, unintendedly put themselves in harm’s way,” he said Sunday.
Biden, who once served as the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said he does not believe that citizens carrying concealed weapons keeps them safer from criminals.
“The idea that there’s this overwhelming additional security in the ownership and carrying concealed and deadly weapons…I think it’s the premise, not the constitutional right, but the premise that it makes people safer is one that I’m not so sure of,” he said.
Blog author's comments - Here we go again... another try by the Democrats to push their anti-gun agenda. 'Fast and Furious' didn’t work so now they will distort this case. After Biden's comments I would have to guess that gun sales have increased sharply.
American citizens have the right to protect themselves. The VP is just proving to America what we already know; there is no way the Obama regime can be allowed another four years. With the crime problems of today, guns are needed more than ever.
Via: Daily Caller
Despite liberal protesters’ claims that Florida’s so-called “stand your ground” gun law demonstrates that Republican policymakers are responsible for the February death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, an analysis of its legislative history shows that it was a bipartisan effort — and that no Florida Democratic state senator voted against it.