Laws don't deter criminals from doing wrong
Jan. 29, 2013 at 6:01 p.m.
Updated Jan. 28, 2013 at 7:29 p.m.
Editor, the Advocate:
I must remind liberals and especially anti-gun speakers of something. No one needs a weapon to kill. You could be strangled by hand. And you can't get cops in an instant to open your throat, letting you once again to cry out for the safety of all, so save your breath.
Criminals have ways, and no law will stop them. Americans must understand why the Second Amendment was put in place. The need for defense spans human nature and history. Should others declare you defenseless and open to onslaught? Even if you don't have a planned defense, any criminal should fear that you might. First, your speech, whether brilliant or ignorant, should not be strangled. Second, every aspect of a right to arms is there to help keep your own throat open and working. You should welcome that. Think it through and stop screaming, or else your every breath is at risk.
Kyle Norman, Victoria