The moment a man claims a right to control the will of a fellow being by physical force, he is at heart a slaveholder.
Henry C. Wright
April 7, 1837
I found this on The Virginia Center for Public Safety (an anti-gun group) web site. Apparently they don’t research or think through the content of their web site any more than they do their policies.
When they advocate for restrictions on firearms ownership they themselves are advocating to “control the will of a fellow being by physical force” via the government.
Furthermore Henry C. Write claimed:
That it is the right and duty of the slaves to resist their masters, and the right and duty of the people of the North to incite them to resistance, and to aid them in it.
Isn’t it better for the people to posses arms and never be slaves than to become slaves and require arms from others to free yourself?
There is a reason no one ever accuses anti-gun people of being too consistent or too smart for their own good.—Joe]