Op-Ed from the Toledo Blade Proposes Taking Away your Second Amendment Rights, and your Guns

Dan Simpson is a scared old man who after years in Government has forgotten what the Government was formed to protect us from.

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Some of you may know that I already have a beef with the Toledo Blade.  I knew that the paper had a media monopoly in Toledo as their parent company Block Communications Inc.also owns the Buckeye Cable company and a Local TV station, but I didn’t know they were so arrogant as to post an OP-ED to remove your 2nd amendment rights gratis ebook downloaden bol.com.

As Greatest Living American I feel it necessary to speak up on this topic.

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I don’t have any problem with hunting, although blowing away animals with high-powered weapons seems a pointless, no-contest affair to me ets4 downloaden. I suppose I would enjoy the fellowship of the experience with other friends who are hunters.

I live in California now, and I don’t have a gun in my home, but I keep a Remington 22 caliber bolt action long rifle at my parents herunterladen.

Remington 22 caliber bolt action long rifle Don Simpson would take away from me

I don’t hunt.  The 22 is for Rodent/Varmint control on the farm.  It gets used to kill ground hogs and rats mostly.  Around the holidays my cousins and I go out back of the barn and shoot clay pigeons, and then come in when we get too cold and play Rainbow 6 deckblatt zum herunterladen.

I have been around guns my whole life.  In school hunters safety was offered, and as part of gym class proper shooting techniques were taught mp3 titel kostenlos downloaden.

This is very different from California, but I grew up an hours drive from Toledo, Ohio.

Dan Simpson’s proposal to have storm troopers of “Special squads of police” coming to search homes for guns is insane.  In addition to violating our Second amendment rights he apparently doesn’t think much of the Fourth Amendment either youtube video with vlc.

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized kaufvertrag auto downloaden.

Simpson has the right to free speech and free press, but he isn’t exercising caution or restraint, or responsibility. 

With all of your rights come responsibility. But America was founded on the belief that people are generally good and you should trust them until they demonstrate otherwise.  Which is why when you are a convicted felon you can have your rights to bear arms taken away, but not before.

In an America that seems so filled with fear about terrorists why are we not rushing to protect our selves from those that would hurt us? 

We would not have some of the shooting tragedies that we do if MORE people had guns.  You would think twice about drawing your weapon to threaten someone if there was a good chance the guy behind you was going to draw his weapon and shoot you down before you had a chance to do any harm.

Dan Simpson is a scared old man who after years in Government has forgotten what the Government was formed to protect us from

He may look friendly enough but I wouldn’t want him as my neighbor.  Dan Simpson is a scared old man who after years in Government has forgotten what the Government was formed to protect us from.

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  1. I grew up in Idaho, and much like you took hunters safety and had a hunting license and rifle from the age of 12. Over the years I hunted everything from deer and elk to pheasants, ducks and even (dare I say it) doves. Everything I shot went into our freezer and helped us make ends meet. I don’t hunt now, but do like to target shoot. It’s a skill and it’s not as easy as they make it look on TV. It’s also not so easy to hit a running animal at 200 yards, or even one standing still at 400 yards or to sneak up on an animal to a closer distance to “blow it away” (and blowing it away is stupid…the goal is to do as little damage to the meat as possible and inflict as little pain as possible, head shots or shots to vital organs are preferable). I’m not a gun nut and do think that handguns are particularly dangerous and due to their ease of use and ability to be concealed a bit easier than a shotgun should perhaps be restricted, but even as a generally left leaning democrat I echo Charleton Heston…”you can take my [shotgun/Remington 35/British 303] when you pry them from my cold dead hands”

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