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NRA’s Wayne LaPierre Calls for Armed Guards, Blames Everything but Guns

guns-r-usThe National Rifle Association’s Wayne LaPierre blamed video games, the media, movies and more for mass shootings. The only time he mentioned guns at the NRA’s Friday press conference was as a solution to the nation’s violence.

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2 Comments to “NRA’s Wayne LaPierre Calls for Armed Guards, Blames Everything but Guns”

    Gary said:
    December 23, 2012 at 5:55 PM

    Anyone that blames the guns is an idiot.. the gun can not do anything unless there is a person behind it.. thousands of people go to gun shows every weekend and no one gets hurt.. there is no idiots there.

    Glen said:
    December 26, 2012 at 4:35 AM

    Every time the political elites talk "gun control" (while ensuring their own protection through armed security and/or bodyguards), Americans respond by buying more guns – millions more. Since Obama took office gun sales are up 86 per cent overall, with handgun sales up 68 percent and manufacturers and importers unable to keep up with demand for firearms, magazines, and ammunition of all types. The number of concealed weapon permit applications reported by various states has increased by 46% to 161%, and the very last state to ban legal concealed weapons carry, Illinois, just had its law struck down on constitutional grounds. A large part of the Obama gun boom is being fueled by women, many of whom are first-time purchasers of firearms of all types – rifles, pistols, and shotguns. The number of women buying guns for specifically for personal defense has climbed by more than 83 percent since Obama took office in 2009. Once a new firearm buyer becomes involved in practicing with their new firearm, she/he tends to become involve in related shooting sports such as target shooting, skeet/trap, or hunting – and buys more firearms. If you want to get people to buy more guns in America, just keep talking "gun control".

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