This is a discussion on Bush: Florida crime rate down to lowest level since '71 (CCW attributed!) within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by JohnKelly Drug arrests continued to increase, going from 150,334 to 160,649. Last year they increased nearly 10 percent. It was all good ...
It was all good new up until the end of the article.Originally Posted by JohnKelly
Brady sign had to help the crime rate go down. Some one should "attribute the continuing downward trend" to the signs.
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Nice chop mzmtg. I enjoyed that!!!
<cough> - my ''chop'' actually!
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Hmmm. I once worked for a guy who said that simple answers to complex problems are okay for simple people. The truth is -- at times -- more complex.
Don't mean to rain on the parade. I'm a believer in 2nd Amendment rights, but I also take what politicians say with a grain of salt.
In Cal. the politicians have taken the opposite approach to gun rights. In Cal. the crime rate -- including violent crime -- is down. Is it connected to the ever tougher gun laws in Cal.? I doubt it. But you can bet some politician in Cal. is going to claim a connection.
Congratulations to Florida. Congratulations to all the Florida politicians who claim the results are directly connected to their poitions. The truth -- I suspect -- is more complex.
Yeah I'm a former Detroiter and I hear good things about Grahnholm...Originally Posted by Woody357
And I gotta say I absolutely LOVE the Flordia sign, I'd rather have that on a shirt the "Detroit, Our crackwhores can beat up your crack whores" and my all time favorite shirt of the front view of a revolver and the tag line of "Come back to Detroit, we missed you the first time..."