Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Videos Prompted By The Sandy Hook School Shooting

With The Elections Over So-Called Democratic "Moderates" Call For Gun Control

Flashback: VP Biden..."Barack Obama Ain't Taking My Shotgun,
If He Tries To Fool With My Beretta, He's Got A Problem"

Motive: Adam Lanza Was Upset His Mother Was Planning To Commit Him

CNN's Piers Morgan Calls Pro-Gun Advovate
"Unvelievably Stupid," Tells Hims "You Shame Your Country"

Conservative Mark Levin On The Life And Times Of Harry Reid - Gun Man

Flashback: Democrat Sen. Dianne Feinstein, "I Carried A Concealed Weapon, If
Somebody Was Going To Try And Take Me Out, I Was Going To Take Them With Me"

Bill Bennett On The School Shooting: "I'm Not So Sure I Wouldn't Want
One Person In A School Armed, Ready For This Kind Of Thing"

GOP Rep. Louis Gohmert: "I Wish To God She (School Principal) Had
Had An M4 In Her Office"She Could Have Used To "Take Him Out"

Obama And The Second Amendment

Blog author's comments - I have had no doubt since Barack Obama was elected president in 2008 that gun control was on his agenda. He, of course, did not touch it during his first term because he wanted to be reelected and even many Democrats did not want him attempting to remove any of the Second Amendment rights.

But since he has been given another four years in office I was certain he would do something concerning gun control. The tragedy last week at the Newtown, Connecticut school has presented him and other anti-gun Democrats with an opportunity to perhaps put many restrictions on our current rights. The Democrats never let a crisis go to waste.

Via Rasmussen Reports - Poll: By a 48% to 27% Margin Americans Think Action To Treat Mental Illness Will Do More To Stop Another Mass Shooting Than Gun Control Legislation

Americans want something done following the horrific news from Sandy Hook Elementary School last week, and a plurality believes a greater emphasis on mental health issues will be the most effective way to prevent such tragedies.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 48% of Americans believe more action to treat mental health issues will do the most to prevent incidents like last Friday’s school shootings in Newtown, Connecticut. Twenty-seven percent (27%) think stricter gun control laws will do the most to prevent such shootings, while 15% put the emphasis on limits on violent movies and video games. Ten percent (10%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, (click here.)

NRA Sees Rise In Membership After Connecticut School Shooting

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