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Thursday
May012014

Gun Buy Backs: Even The Media Admits They Do Nothing

One of the things that really gets me fired up is gun buy backs.  I've talked about these buy backs before, and they are nothing more than a waste of tax payer dollars and a big political show.  I recently saw this news clip that was so full of liberal rhetoric I could only watch it on the left side of monitor (yea that joke was weak):

"You can't complain about the problem of violence unless you are physically going to do something."  That is what the reporter said, and her definition of doing something means trading your 2A rights and family heirloom for a $50 grocery store gift card.  How is surrendering your weapons part of being engaged in the community?  I can't believe how casually this woman is telling people to forgo their freedoms in the name of "action."

They two women make it clear that turning in weapons won't actually stop or lower crime, but quickly switch the topic back to turning over your guns at a buy back.  The whole report goes off the rails and talks about gun accidents which have basically nothing to do with buy backs.  I can't believe this stuff is consider news.

h/t TTAG

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