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Passing Blame

Bryan Miller, President of CeaseFire New Jersey and Pennsylvania, is busy blaming the handgun manufacturers for the tragedy in Newark.  Also blamed are Pennsylvania’s gun laws.   Glossed over is the fact that New Jersey’s very strict gun laws did not prevent this tragedy.   I’ve had my say.   Go have yours.

8 Responses to “Passing Blame”

  1. Robb Allen says:

    Why? You said it so well.

  2. Gary Anthony says:

    Excellent response guy. You so eloquently stated what I was about to say.

  3. Art says:

    Why would anyone in their right mind want to hang out in Newark New Jersey at 11:30p.m.? If I don’t want to get shot, stabbed or clubbed I would stay indoors in Newark New Jersey at 11:30p.m.

  4. straightarrow says:

    Why would anyone in their right mind want to hang out in Newark New Jersey at 11:30p.m.? If I don’t want to get shot, stabbed or clubbed I would stay indoors in Newark New Jersey at 11:30p.m.

    but, but, Art, they had all those policemen to protect them. No one needs to able to engage in self defense in NJ, otherwise it would not be agains the law in NJ. Right? right? uh, right?

  5. Art says:

    And we all know we can count on those policeman to identify the body, collect the spent shell casings, and call the coroner to hang the toe tags. It’s funny with all the gay gun laws in NJ Trenton still beat Philadelphia in 2006 per capita murders.

  6. Sebastian says:

    It’ll always be someone else’s fault Art. It’s Pennsylvania’s fault now. Once Pennsylvania gets “fixed” it’ll be Virginia’s fault. If they “fix” the whole country, we’ll blame other countries. If we fix other countries, we’ll blame the underground gun making trade.

    There will always be someone to blame for the fact that gun control doesn’t work.

  7. Art says:

    Amen Sebastian. Land of the free home of the blame.

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