I know that Senator Obama is uncertain of the need for handguns and citizens' rights to self-defense.
Here is a link to a website that contains a large number of stories where honest, law-abiding citizens have saved their own lives and the lives of others because they stood up as responsible adults and did the right thing.
http://www.claytoncramer.com/gundefense ... ogger.html
Links to each story are provided to support the veracity of these occurrences.
In the light of this objective data, I would be interested in hearing exactly how he could remain to be uncertain of the need of law abiding citizens to have the constitutional right to self-defense.
But if "They Do The Crime, They Should Do The Time!"gunrnr said:Yes, his reaction should be interesting. Especially for a guy who voted against increased penalties for gang members involved in felonies, solely on the grounds that it would disproportionately affect the African-Americans in his State Senate district.
That may be the way you and I think, but we're not the enlightened "Post-racial Messiah", either.sig232 said:But if "They Do The Crime, They Should Do The Time!"
Black, White, Yellow, color should have no bearing on the punishment for crime.