Another anti-gunner misfires

August 9th, 2007

Liberal blogger Michael J. Mathias at Pundit Nation cites the recent shooting of a six-year-old by a three-year-old as proof that guns and the Second Amendment are evil.

The loaded gun was apparently left behind a stove by a 32-year-old man who lived at the residence.

What I find particular amusing about Mathias’ attempt to blame the gun in this shooting is the fact that the convicted felon who apparently left the gun where the three-year-old found it was ALREADY IN VIOLATION OF CURRENT GUN LAWS by possessing the weapon in the first place. He was also charged with leaving a loaded gun within reach of a child.

Clearly, generic viagra nurse more gun laws would have done anything to prevent this particular incident.

(I also wonder if Mr. Mathias will blame the recent spate of stories about children who died after their parents left them in hot cars…on the cars. Both the shooting and the car-related deaths are evidence of the thoughtless conduct of irresponsible adults…not proof that certain inanimate objects are inherently evil.)

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  • 1. Chris  |  August 9th, 2007 at 9:59 am

    You are wasting your time with Mike he is blinded by his hatred of guns. You cannot reason with someone who is that anti gun.

    you would have better lucky to sweep back the ocean with shop broom.

    blame the machine not the fool who left the machine loaded and where a 3 year old could find it. Nope no personal responsibility need in Mikes world.

    I know it is a cliche and it drives moonbats like Mike nuts but it is fundamentally true

    “Guns do not kill people People kill people” in this case stupid people through criminal neglect. That gun did not wake up that day and say hmmm going to get me some today.

    but like I said you are wasting your time with Mike on this subject.

    On a happier note son number 2 turns 5 soon and will start shooting next month up at deer camp good times brother good times. :)

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