[A]nti-gun laws don’t reduce violence.
It’s not a bug, it’s a feature. Their repeated failures are what enable them to come back demanding more.
December 14, 2012
[From the gun email list at work.
From listening to nearly all anti-gun politicians and most anti-freedom activists it's very clear they know, or at least strongly suspect, the laws they demand to be passed will not increase public safety. They will say things like "We need to protect our children!", not "This will make our children safer!". Or "We should not have to fear gun violence!", not "Restrictions on gun sales will make us safer!"
Read the CSGV media release on the Newtown Connecticut shooting. Read the Handgun Control Inc.'s Brady Campaign media releases on almost anything. They do not claim their defense of, and avocations for, more restrictions increase public safety. Even Dennis Henigan in his own book Lethal Logic: Exploding the Myths That Paralyze American Gun Policy admits that it is difficult to determine if gun control decreases violent crime.
It gun control cannot be shown to reduce violence yet people who know this continue to advocate for it then it would appear Bailey is completely justified in saying, "It's not a bug, it's a feature." Whatever their motivation might be we know the motivation is not to reduce violence. And if their motivation is not to reduce violence we are completely justified in not only demanding the repeal of existing gun control laws but calling them out as evil scoundrels.—Joe]