Quite a few mayors of cities across
America are using tax-payers money to attack our gun manufacturers.
That just won't do. Though they present themselves as doing a public
service, their attack is meant to hurt We The People's access to our means
of self-defense. They are working to hurt our freedoms.
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THIS letter was sent with a title of "Common Sense, Please.
Gun Laws." I personally think it a brilliant title as the
anti-gun mayors want more gun laws, as always, and are likely to read it
thinking they are about to get support for their action. ~ webmaster
Your choice to form a coalition to sue gun makers is very
I have a list of
"responsible" people that deserve to be sued also.
1. Cigarette companies, but of course we've
already done that and far fewer of our teenagers are
smoking now, right? Wrong.
2. McDonalds and all other fast food chains that
knowingly place poor food into the mouths of my children
and cholesterol in my mother's veins. These people are reprehensible!
I'm sure suing them would put them out of business, right? Wrong
3. Then let's sue the auto makers for producing cars that go much
faster than any posted speed limit that I have ever seen. What is the matter with these people? They should know by know that I am
not capable of knowing how to drive safely while
driving above the speed limit. Let's include the
NASCAR folks on this lawsuit because they are glorifying people
that drive fast also and that kind of advertising has a huge impact on
my children and by God I can not keep an eye on my kids all day long so I can't possibly be responsible for what they see on TV or on
that terrible internet. Speaking of TV, those people
need a good suing also, right? Wrong once again
although very debatable.
4. I want to sue the people that make those
motorcycles that my neighbor kid rides by my home that
raises dust and violates my privacy rights with all that noise it makes.
You know sooner or later that little kid is gonna injure himself on that
poorly engineered contraption so we may as well get ready to sue 'em for
5. The new shoes I bought put a huge blister on my heel that
ruined my weekend. The shoe makers oughta pay for that because I can never
have last weekend back.
6. The other day my wife asked me to stop at the
grocery store and pick up cereal for the kids and when I got to the store
they were out of the cereal that my kids must have every morning. I was
furious and demanded satisfaction. They offered me another choice of cereal
but I know what kind of damage that would do to my kids self-esteem so
I obviously refused anything except the brand my kids "need." If
this isn't negligence, I don't know what is!
I guess maybe I ought to apologize for my sarcastic sense
of humor but I won't because sometimes that is just
what people need to hear when they are being
irrational and condoning irresponsibility. Before you you fire off
a response that goes something like, "you just share your humor with a parent that has lost their only son or daughter to an
unnecessary gun accident or to a stray
bullet....." let me just share a little something with
you. I lost my only father to a gunshot wound. Unfortunately, my father
fired the gun. Was this a gun issue? No, this was obviously a people
issue as are all violent crime issues or accidental death issues when
guns are involved. When the guns are gone, people will still be here. No matter how noble you believe that you are, you will never
be able to protect me from me. I alone can do
I realize that this may be a hard concept
for you if you have already let your arrogance get the better of you,
but it's true. Guns, cigarettes, alcohol, drug abuse, and fast food are
only symptoms of a much larger cause and the cause is simply moral decay.
We are dying as a societal family. People would be better served if they
would simply peek over the fence and say hello to their neighbors once
in a while. When is the last time you did that? People would be better
served by doing the little things that keep their families together.
People would be better served by turning the TV off once in a while
and talking to their kids about what the world is really like...outside
of the fairy tale called TVLand.
Criminals have guns because they are basically evil people
who will always have their illegal weapon of choice no
matter how many laws we pass or companies we sue.
People like me have guns to protect ourselves from the evil
people who will always be present whether they be gang bangers or, God
forbid, a tyrannical government out of control. Seems outlandish for me
to make that last statement, heh. But let's be real for just a moment.
Causes like "gun control"
are taking many good people away from doing what they were really elected
to do and that is to serve their communities and to leave their communities
better than when they were first elected and then go live in those
very same communities rather than staying in government for years never
being exposed to their own laws until it's far too late.
Can you honestly say that taking
guns out of the hands of law-abiding citizens will
leave your communities in better shape than before? I suggest not. In fact, I suggest that for every man, woman, or child you think
you will save by removing guns from the hands of
law-abiding citizens, the criminals in your
communities will kill or injure ten-fold as many. If I were
a criminal, and thank God I am not, I couldn't think of a better environment
to work in than one where good unarmed people walk around like sheep
headed for slaughter. On the other hand, as a law-abiding citizen I would
take comfort knowing that if I or a member of my family were ever attacked
while walking out in our streets that there would be a possibility
that an armed law-abiding citizen may be able to save our lives.
Of course that is the duty of our law enforcement but like I said let's
be "real" for a moment:
Our police men and women make up about one
of of our populace which is about one third of the size of the criminals
walking our streets on any given day or night!
Please use your God given common sense and reconsider
doing what will ultimately cost a lot of innocent
law-abiding citizens their lives. It may not be in our
generation but I am not willing to let it happen to my kid's generation