March 16, 2005

NRA scores victory in Tennessee

A bus driver in Tennessee concerned about the kids on her bus using snuff, told school officials who then banned the practice. So the next day, a 14 yr old shot and killed her.

CUMBERLAND CITY, Tenn. - Joyce Gregory was about halfway through her morning school bus route when she stopped to pick up 14-year-old Jason Clinard. But police believe that instead of getting on the bus early Wednesday, Clinard fatally shot Gregory with a .45-caliber handgun, an act apparently prompted by an argument over Clinard's use of smokeless tobacco.

They're serious about their chew in Tennesee. More easily available guns makes us all safer. Just ask the NRA.

1 Comments:

At 3/16/2005 6:26 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The NRA is out of control.

With complete GOP control of the White House, the Senate, the House and backed by hyper=agressive lobbying tactics (bordering on intimidation .. "We'll make sure to beat your ass in the next election if you don't vote for conceal and carry" tactics) ... it takes a strong legislator and public to stand up and demand reasonable gun control laws.

The biggest fallacy out there for years is that someone wants to take away their Second Amendment rights. No one-, not one liberal, not one moderate has ever talked about taking rights from hunters.

All they say is, if you're a law-abiding hunter you can have all the guns and ammo you want. But if you have a criminal record, a record of serious mental deterioration, then we want to make sure we know who you are and where you are.

We license cars and the drivers of cars because they're dangerous in the wrong hands.

Guns?

This society has gone off the deep end with violence, and having 90 million guns floating around in the wrong hangs is problem number one.

 

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