And Brady said, "citizens
how difficult it is to use a gun in self-defense."
by Angel Shamaya
November 15, 2001
KeepAndBearArms.com -- Wisconsin Republicans
recently introduced a
bill supporting a permitting system for a constitutionally protected right
-- the one about bearing arms. Supporters rightly say that a move toward
decriminalizing the bearing of arms will be a crime deterrent. Over two-dozen
states have proven their statements to be true.
"Forty-four states have it. It's time to
get with the times," says Waukesha County Sheriff William Kruziki.
But then the Brady Campaign Against Natural
Rights comes out with an odd, perhaps even a new statement -- of course,
in opposition to the bill:
"Citizens underestimate how difficult it
is to use a gun in self-defense."
I hadn't heard this one from the gun
prohibitionists before, and I truly thought I'd heard them all. When I finished laughing, I decided to pull a few
stories together showing just "how difficult it is to use a gun in
teenager stops home invader
in a cast, with a broken ankle, shoots burglar
woman prevents break-in, holds perpetrator for police
man shoots intruder
person shoots attacker
senior citizen shoots violent intruder
female senior citizen shoots madman
Recap of what we've learned today:
Kids can use guns in self-defense.
Partially disabled kids can use guns in
Disabled adults can use guns in self-defense.
Crippled elderly women can use guns in
To whom is Brady referring when they preach
about "how difficult it
is to use a gun in self-defense"?
Are the Bradys weaker and less
capable than injured little kids and elderly women in wheelchairs?
The last person I introduced to handgun
shooting, a female teenager, was placing her shots right where she wanted
them in about five minutes -- and enjoying it.
The last time I competed in our gun club
shoot-off, I was beaten rather brutally by a 15-year-old girl. (The
little brat. Doesn't she know about respecting her elders?!!)
These Brady Mythologists are strange people.
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