Quote of the day—Christopher Burg

Carry laws are in place in every state except Wisconsin and Illinois. To this day no evidence can be brought forth demonstrating these laws have lead to an increase in violent crime but much evidence exists demonstrating these laws correlate with a lowering in violent crime. Yet the Brady Campaign continues to warn about the “blood in the streets” that’s inevitable when carry laws are passed. Why are these people still clinging to their failed belief that guns are the problem? Because not doing so will cause them to lose their Joyce Foundation funding and then they would have to go find real jobs.

The bottom line is carry permits have been nothing but beneficial. There hasn’t been a single valid argument made against passing liberalized (in the classical sense of the word) carry laws. So far no “blood in the streets” instance have occurred and frankly the laws have been on the books in some states for decades. You would think the anti-gunners would wake up and realize nothing they’ve said has come true and thus their argument has no weight. Then again for most anti-gunners their argument is emotional and logic can go take a flying fuck and a rolling doughnut.

Christopher Burg
March 31, 2011
Brady Campaign Whining About Illinois Possibly Lifting Their Carry Ban
[Yup!—Joe]

3 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Christopher Burg

  1. Nazzo fast.
    Hawaii is the most rights-restricting state I’ve ener been to:
    §HRS 134-9

    No person shall carry concealed or unconcealed on the person a pistol or revolver without being licensed to do so under this section or compliance with section 134-5(c) or 134-6.

    Note: There is no compact agreement between Hawaii and other states that would permit police officers on official assignment in Hawaii to be armed and exempt from the provisions of the Hawaii Revised Statutes relating to firearms.

    And it is a MAY issue state. Number of carry permits issued to non-police (i.e. everday citizens) EVER: 0

    Once you arrive in the state, you have three days to register your firearms with the state, to include presenting them for “inspection.”

  2. Hawaii IS the most rights-restricting of the states, with the possible exception of California, New Jersey or New York.
    I met a woman who was an insurance claims adjuster for a rental car company, and she said she would not drive in Hawaii for some reason involving liability and coverage, a reason that does not exist in 49 other states and the territories.

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