Quote of the day–Li Li

I don’t think a creative solution is needed. Only one that is straight to the root of the problem: Coming from a country which does not believe that civilians should be allowed to carry arms for self-defense, Singapore – and we have a very low crime rate, and even lower crime rate involving arms – why don’t Americans consider taking back all the guns civilians are allowed to have once and for all?

Li Li
October 26, 2009
Comment to Looking to Blog Readers for Good Ideas to Reduce Teen Shootings
[Because freedom is better than bondage and tyranny, it fails my Jews in the Attic Test, and it would be a violation of a specific enumerated right. Try answering Just One Question then get back to me.–Joe]

2 thoughts on “Quote of the day–Li Li

  1. “I don’t think a creative solution is needed. Only one that is straight to the root of the problem”
    I agree with that much of it. To a point. We needn’t be very creative. We need to go straight to the root of the problem of rights violations. Sometime we try to be too smart by half.

  2. When you have monoculture it becomes easy to say “Look, gun control works”

    Then immigration changes the social contract and next you know you have a real threat of gang rapes in Scandinavia.

    Let a bunch of half literate savages into Singapore to live off the welfare state and that changes the equation.

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