Take Our Guns Away Please. This Way Only The Bad Guys Have Them.

I don’t get too involved in many issues I have no control over and politics that are not going to be affected by the voice of the people. However, ” Gun Control” is one issue that I have to chime in on. The reason is because I feel we the people actually have a shot ( pun intended) at setting some issues to rest once and for all with our new administration.

When Obama was in office, anyone who paid any attention could see that something very wrong was going on when he made a big push to restrict Americans from owning weapons. He was doing this while at the same time he was writing checks to the muslim brotherhood for amounts like 2 BILLION dollars as ” gifts “. When you send your enemy or a group that wants to harm you a boat load of money, there is a pretty good chance they will take advantage of this by making their position against their enemies stronger. This proved to be true when the brotherhood bought more arms with our taxpayer money, courtesy of our ” leader”. They loaded up on automatic weapons.

You don’t need to be Colombo to crack that one. Obama trying to make us a weaker nation while doing all in his power to strengthen groups of terrorists who love to slaughter us and sharia us to death. I am still not sure that the Obama followers ever really got this, or maybe they did but they did not think it would matter.

That’s the international picture and how politics can play into it when you have a terrorist in office of the president.

In today’s national picture and with all the school shootings and violence, I was breathing a sigh of relief when I heard our American president is thinking our victims like teachers should be able to defend themselves against any student vigilantes or teens who are shooting up schools. I don’t know that in the end every teacher will be packing an AR-15 in class, but we are looking in the right direction. Equipping the victims, not making it easier for criminals to be sure they will not have to deal with return fire when robbing, stealing or shooting schools up.

So I just want to encourage all of you, even if you despise guns, to consider something:If we start taking guns away from people in an attempt to slow down crime, we are only making it EASIER for the bad guys to continue on with their bullying. You don’t have to like guns or have a whole collection but I believe in the times we live in you are absolutely kidding yourself if you think that taking guns away from private citizens would do anything but worsen the problem.

Look at it this way, obesity is a huge issue in today’s world. People everywhere are dying from obesity related issues.

What if the Surgeon General announced today that he was banning all Forks? After all, less forks mean less eating right?

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Perhaps DUI rates are up so high that the government announces NO MORE CARS!

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You would say that is silly correct? It’s no different from what taking guns away from people would be like. After all, forks don’t kill, cars don’t kill. People kill. And so it goes with guns. It’ our constitutional right and it is common sense..

tj

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Does anyone believe that keeping guns from the good guys will help crime?

Does anyone believe that keeping guns from the good guys will help crime?

Children receiving gun training in a school dated 1956. Here is an actual photograph of how gun control was handled back in the day in Indiana, This year, 1956 the kids were trained in proper usage of guns and how to safely carry. The number of school shootings that year in Indiana? 0. I think hours could be spent on this topic, but let us make it simple.

Human nature desires what it cannot have. However most times, when you reverse that way of thinking by making it available, people find that the interest slowly dies down, unless there are some that truly want to learn about the topic. In the case of guns, I think educating children and helping them respect the gun, is a far better choice than hiding guns and acting like our kids cannot get one off the streets. Would you rather tell the children you are raising to stay away from guns and pray that they really do? Or would you find some comfort knowing that a professional is training them to treat any weapon as deadly and teaching them to respect guns?
I have been in that situation, having 5 children. The issue was not always guns, in my case it was one with guns, and then some motocross, and a little bullriding that my kids took interest in at very young ages. I embraced what they enjoyed, made sure they had the most protective gear possible, and have watched one become a champion marksmen through the sheriff’s department, and the teenager after 6 years, still riding bulls. I never “opted” them out of anything, but rather I exposed them to everything and let their own hearts be drawn to what it was they were interested in. Of course I was the one to select what things I exposed them to, so I actually had control. It is called freedom within limits. Everyone gets to feel like they are in charge!
I write this to encourage you NOT to try and shield your babies from the things of the world, but be with them when they encounter certain areas of life, and you be the one to explain it to them. They will get access to all that is out there, period. The choices they make later may have to do with how grounded they already are in what they are into.

Just something to think about!

Tim