Quote of the day—Alan Gottlieb

How many more tragedies does it take before we do something? How many more children have to die before this country realizes that No-Gun Zones create perfect locations for violence? You cannot stop criminals and mad men with laws, you can only stop violence with the fear of armed victims.

Alan Gottlieb
December 18, 2012
Obama Supports AWB Renewal; Gun Groups Call For ‘Commission On Violence’
[Politically we need to go on the offensive. Gottleib gets it.—Joe]


2 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Alan Gottlieb

  1. Who gets to it on the new panel? Will it’s sessions be “executive” or public?

    We need answers to these questions NOW! If the new panel is going to be a Star Chamber composed of the usual anti-gun suspects, there’s zero point in waiting for it’s report, we start our attack now by going after Biden and his record of political corruption. If there are going to be a smart R2KBA person or two on the panel, we can wait, because our points will get made.

    In this now-guaranteed fight, we have to have the total support of the entire firearms industry. Every one of their home pages must now have a prominent R2KBA widget or link. The NRA must become a 24/7 outfit instead of the Tuesday-Thursday outfit it mostly is now, so as to match the Congressional calendar.

    Finally, we must make maximum use of social media

  2. As great as Gottlieb’s quote is, I note that it does not address the main point.

    Rights are being willfully violated by people sworn to uphold them, and innocent people are dying as a result.

    Just how goddamned, motherfucking difficult is it to come right out and say it?

    We have actual, identifiable perpetrators here in our government, and no one is talking about bringing them to justice. We’re all just arguing over the effects of this set of violations verses some other.

    You want the enemies of the state on the defensive? Let’s start talking legal actions and punishments.

    It was all nothing but a game for Whatshisname, the head of the Luftwaffe, while he was in custody. That is until he realized that the Allies considered him a war criminal and murderer. Then it went from fun and games between members of the elite, to biting the cyanide capsule.

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