NJ is in the dark ages trying to eliminate violent crime with bloodletting, that is the blood of crime victims, disarmed by their state’s archaic gun control laws and forced to face violent criminals on the streets that do not obey those laws with nothing more than a cell phone in one hand and a prayer in the other.
November 28, 2011
Comment to Amick: Gun laws in the Garden State
[It’s an imperfect analogy because there are some diseases that are treated by bloodletting. There appear to be no benefits to restrictions on restricting access to handheld weapons. Hence NJ restrictions on the specific enumerated right to keep and bear arms is more harmful than bloodletting.
However Anonymous is completely correct about NJ being in the dark ages where when dealing with guns, the citizen acts at his own peril. This is analogous to the 13th Amendment guaranteeing there is no slavery but saying black skinned people venture there at their own peril. It’s time, as before, to send in the U.S. Marshals and National Guard to set these bigots straight.—Joe]