One Wondrous Sentence: Opposing gun safety vs. opposing slaughter

January 10, 2013

This one wondrous sentence, published on a website that bills itself as being “from the mind of Herman Cain, America’s favorite CEO,” neatly summarizes a key part of the conservative argument against additional gun safety measures.

President Obama’s speech in Newtown last night was mostly pretty good, but I did not like his suggestion that incidents like this keep happening because we as a nation have somehow decided to tolerate them — the clear implication being that not passing new gun control laws equals tolerating more mass killings.

Source: Dan Calabrese, “Don’t get rolled by the gun control juggernaut,” CainTV, Dec. 17, 2012.

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