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It's an amazingly simple concept, almost common sense: if a person that has proven themselves to be a killer, including a cop killer, is roaming your neighborhood with a gun, any reasonable person wants some means available to defend yourself.

So simple a cave man could do it.
 

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The problem with these polls is the same as with polls taken right after Sandy Hook and Aurora. Emotions run high in one direction or the other. The anti's had their run after those shootings, now we get the flip side. I would be willing to bet that in six months, barring any other influencing incident, those numbers will drop.

I am not saying this poll is a "bad" thing. Good press is always welcome. We just need to be realistic and understand that knee-jerk poll data is not very reliable.
 

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The efforts of the gun control lobby have backfired big time. From the record sales figures, more Americans have more guns and larger supplies of ammunition than ever before.
 

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Sunshine, cloudy, rain, snow, breezy, children playing in the street, community pic-nic, yard sale, it don't matter the climate, I want a gun with me for protection.
 

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It's an amazingly simple concept, almost common sense: if a person that has proven themselves to be a killer, including a cop killer, is roaming your neighborhood with a gun, any reasonable person wants some means available to defend yourself.

So simple a cave man could do it.
Maybe we should press our legislators right now to allow National Reciprocity in light of the terrorist actions in Boston.
Why not use a page from their playbook?
 

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It's an amazingly simple concept, almost common sense: if a person that has proven themselves to be a killer, including a cop killer, is roaming your neighborhood with a gun, any reasonable person wants some means available to defend yourself.

So simple a cave man could do it.
The problem with that is that it actually is common sense, not a knee-jerk emotional reaction. Some people's complete emotional fear of guns simply cannot be overcome, even in the face of a dangerous situation where the use of a firearm could save their lives.
 
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