If a man is willing to murder 6 year olds, what gun-control law might he have obeyed instead? The answer is none. He was a criminal and criminals obey no law. What about someone who opens fire on innocent movie-goers? The gun control law he’d follow? Same answer, none. Blame should be focused on the aggressors personally. No excuses or focus should be placed on objects to control a narrative. And I smell tyranny when I hear the latest “proposals” by gun control extremists.
Are you of the mindset that the proposed gun control legislation doesn’t affect you because you don’t own or want to own a gun? Think again. The legislation introduced by Senator Dianne Feinstein will “dry up” weapons over time and limit the citizens of America with the choice to arm themselves against criminals and enemies, foreign and domestic. That includes you and protecting your family. Who’s to say that tomorrow you can’t drink your Starbucks coffee because some congressman had legislation passed that Starbucks can burn you? Sounds ridiculous, right? Don’t underestimate the power of ineptitude of our elected leaders to try to control every single spectrum of your personal life.
“There is no crueler tyranny than that which is perpetuated under the shield of law and in the name of justice.” -Charles De Montesquieu
Disarming innocent people does not and will not protect innocent people. Law abiding citizens should not blamed or penalized for the acts of cowardice and terror by criminals. Nor should they be hindered in protecting themselves or their families should they choose to own a firearm. My Family. My Choice. My Right.
If you oppose the loss of our freedom to choose how to protect our families, join me in signing SGP Action’s petition. I stand for the freedom and the right to CHOOSE how I protect my family.
Please also contact your Congressman to VOTE NO on the upcoming proposed gun control bill S-150 by Senator Dianne Feinstein.
Enough is enough.
My Family. My Choice. My Right.
“What is ominous is the ease with which some people go from saying that they don’t like something to saying that the government should forbid it. When you go down that road, don’t expect freedom to survive very long.” -Thomas Sowell