Blog: Southern Etiquette or life in Dixie
by kerminator

Criminal Control?

When will the Liberal - Leftest element learn that you can't legislate morality... Making laws only complicates life and causes many compound problems! Less law is best law!

Date:   2/2/2011 10:14:13 AM   ( 4 y ) ... viewed 4236 times


 One of the stupid things that many people want to do is try to control others...  Many times this is done down to the infinite degree...  Some may even want to know how much TP "U" use when you poo!  HUH!

 Most of the time this is done because they (the controllers) feel  or think that only they know all or have the best ideas... What they forget is people can think for themselves...  So on through history many of the ruling class have attempted to modify and control the masses!  But usually to little or no avail!

 If people would just leave the moral training to the Christian upbringing {where it is available} most people should generally good decisions... 

But the governing / ruling party always seems to want to make more laws to control the people! HUH!


 Here is a prime example of how the laws are regulated so as to cripple or limit  the honest law abiding citizens while allowing the criminal element to prosper!

February 02, 2011

Does gun control work? Look south, you fools {Mexico, not Dixie}

Russ Vaughn

In an article in the Business Outlook section of the January 31st, Albuquerque Journal, (subscription required) Jerry Pacheco, executive director of New Mexico International Business Accelerator, makes some cogent observations that Liberals should ponder before using isolated incidents of violence, such as the recent Tucson shootings, to resume the drumbeat for more restrictive gun control laws.

The most violent country in the Western Hemisphere is the one on our southern border, a nation where thousands die annually in vicious shootouts, many of whose victims are innocent bystanders, cut down in sweeping hails of fire from illegal, that's right illegal, firearms, supposedly denied to those who wield them in spite of strict, that's right, strict, federal government gun controls. Mr. Pacheco asserts, and I find it confirmed by other sources, that while the Mexican constitution does indeed cite the right of its citizens to keep and bear arms, "for their safety and legitimate defense," the reality is far different. For instance, 2d Amendment activist, Dave Kopel, cites Article 10 of the Mexican Constitution:

 "The inhabitants of the United Mexican States have the right to possess arms in their homes for their security and legitimate defense with the exception of those prohibited by federal law and of those reserved for the exclusive use of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and National Guard. Federal law shall determine the cases, conditions and place in which the inhabitants may be authorized to bear arms."

However, as Mr. Pacheco and Mr. Kopel both note, Mexican federal codes severely restrict this constitutional right, resulting in a reality where law-abiding citizens are generally limited to possession of weapons of small caliber only, no larger than .22. Kopel notes that the corruption which pervades all Mexican official business applies as well to the obtaining of government permits to purchase firearms, making them extremely difficult to obtain.

In fact, according to that fervent promoter of more restrictive gun control laws, the Washington Post, there is only one, count 'em, just one gun store in all of Mexico. And as the Post further notes, "Mexico has some of the toughest gun-control laws in the world, a matter of pride for the nation's citizens. Yet Mexico is awash in weapons."

Let's see if we got this right. The simple citizen can't own anything larger than a .22 because of federal gun control laws, while the drug cartels, who could care less about said gun control restraints possess armories which in many cases rival or exceed those of the Mexican police forces and even the national armed forces. The money quote from the Washington Post article is this, "Asked whether Mexico's gun-control laws were working, Mendoza said, 'Ask the criminals.' "

What is it that liberals seem incapable of grasping about the stark truth that if you outlaw guns, only the outlaws will have them? Look south you wishful fools, and see what your gun control has wrought.


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