Public rejects gun bans as terrorism solution

The Second Amendment Foundation just released the results of a Zogby poll.

Asked whether they agreed or disagreed that banning guns would reduce the threat from terrorists, respondents to the poll disagreed by a margin of 75 percent. Only one in five respondents supported the notion, and five percent were not sure. Zogby polled 1,009 likely voters chosen at random nationwide with a margin error of plus/minus 3.2 percent. Polling occurred between March 30 and April 1.

“It’s been pretty clear for a long time,” Gottlieb observed, “that gun grabbers don’t have a clue. All they want to do is take guns away from people, any guns, all guns, and they don’t care how much blood they dance through or how much false hysteria they spread to get the job done.

“America,” he said, “has finally awakened to what is essentially a one-note campaign being waged against their gun rights. Present anti-gunners with a problem and their only solution is to take guns away from law-abiding citizens. Well, that’s not a solution, it’s a sham. Whatever else terrorists happen to be, they are criminals, and you do not stop criminals by disarming their intended victims. Average Americans have figured this out, and we can only wonder why the gun control crowd hasn’t.”

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