Good comparison of country with gun rights and one without

Good comparison of country with gun rights and one without

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    Good comparison of country with gun rights and one without

    Short and to the point...

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    So many weapons, so little time.

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    I love Texas, but this was a perfect response to the emergency.
    Not too long ago in Texas we had the Sutherland Springs church shooting which left 26 dead and about 20 wounded.
    But apparently they did not have anyone in church carrying that day, or they were taken out quickly.
    Neighbor had to intervene.
    Also a sawed off shotgun vs an AR and dirtbag with body armor.

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    Some of the libs have advocated having a security guard posted at the church rather than armed parishioners. Guess who gets the first bullet? I have a preference for redundant systems and I think armed parishioners fills that requirement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KILTED COWBOY View Post
    I love Texas, but this was a perfect response to the emergency.
    Not too long ago in Texas we had the Sutherland Springs church shooting which left 26 dead and about 20 wounded.
    But apparently they did not have anyone in church carrying that day, or they were taken out quickly.
    Neighbor had to intervene.
    Also a sawed off shotgun vs an AR and dirtbag with body armor.
    But it was still ended by a passer-by with an AR. In that case, a lack of ability to protect themselves didnít fail them, a lack of willingness to protect themselves failed them.
    We get the government we deserve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CavemanBob View Post
    Some of the libs have advocated having a security guard posted at the church rather than armed parishioners. Guess who gets the first bullet? I have a preference for redundant systems and I think armed parishioners fills that requirement.
    Iím ok with churches having an armed guard if they want. Iím not ok with restricting peopleís right to carry because of an armed guard, or any legal requirement for an armed guard.
    We get the government we deserve.

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