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strict gun control sure doesn't keep the kids in china safe



These are just a couple of examples of child murder in China, the aggressors didn't use guns at all. Strict gun laws in China didn't keep those looking to commit mass murder from carrying out these horrific acts of violence. I have a friend that recently moved here from Great Britain who claims that it is not a wise choice to walk the streets of London on a weekend night, and if you absolutely have to walk about and you see a young man walking on the same side of the street as you and you don't think that you could win a fight against that person you better turn tail because he's gonna beat your arse and take your money. I don't know if that is true as I've never been to London, but I do know that in the United States you have no idea if the little 5'2" girl is packing a .50 cal desert eagle in her purse.

There seems to be no easy answer to the problems we have to face in the US today. I am hesitant to adress the breakdown of our national morality with respect to the terrible things that have been done as a result of laws and movements looking to enforce a uniform moral code upon the public. That being said, it seems to be painfully obvious to anyone over the age of 40 that the moral fiber of the US has been being torn away for some time now. My own Grandfather refuses to turn the TV on, it is almost like he experiences culture shock any time that he is reminded of the cultural deterioration of his country.

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Ain't it the truth!

(But it *does* keep the PTB there in control, as it was intended to do)

"Hence, naturally enough, my symbol for Hell is something like the bureaucracy of a police state or the office of a thoroughly nasty business concern." ~~C.S. Lewis
Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15


bumpin myself, but I rewrote it.