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Admitting That Gun Control Doesn’t Work, DC Mayor Calls For More Gun Control

Posted by on Sunday, September 21st, 2014 @ 6:00 pm.

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September 17, 2014

dcmvgicag2The great thing about arguing gun control with leftist ninnies is that you don’t have to argue at all; they talk themselves into a corner leaving us pro-2A types free to sit back and laugh. Yesterday at a Navy Yard shooting memorial Washington DC Mayor Vincent Gray made an impassioned speech about the need for more gun control, all the while providing proof that tough gun laws do nothing to reduce crime.

“Residents of our city lost friends and neighbors; they lost mothers and fathers; they lost colleagues and they lost fellow church members,” said Gray.

But how can this be? Washington DC has some of the strictest gun control laws in the nation. Until recently, handguns were completely banned and the carrying of firearms was prohibited. If gun control laws work, wouldn’t DC be the safest place in the country?

“Our country is drowning in a sea of guns,” continued Gray stealing his material from President Obama.

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1 Comment for “Admitting That Gun Control Doesn’t Work, DC Mayor Calls For More Gun Control”

  1. RandalC

    Rational thought does not work with liberals, or conservatives for that matter. Their ideology is all that matters, not logical thought. It is a “faith based” mindset, so no logical thoughts are allowed, just blind, emotional, dogma.

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