Some conservatives mulled that if concealed weapons had been permitted on Tech’s campus, the gunman might’ve been stopped. Yet, that doesn’t mean anyone in Norris Hall would’ve had a concealed weapon or that they would’ve been able to use it to stop the gunman; after all, more than 50 people were killed or wounded in that building.
After Tech, common-sense gun control laws cannot be ignored
June 4, 2007
[As near as I can tell, “common-sense gun control” is a code phrase that means, “we must ignore facts and rational thought and do what make me feel good”. But beyond that it seems this guy isn’t capable of rational thought. Read that last sentence and see if it makes any sense to you. Mr. Fox, I have Just One Question for you.–Joe]