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GUN HATERS RESPONSIBLE FOR AURORA MASSACRE

Jul 25 2012

Gun haters and legislators are trying to twist the Aurora massacre into an excuse for more Gun Control. But when the liberals squelch our Second Amendment Rights, they are creating victims and putting all our lives at risk.

As some of you know, I occasionally run a series of posts entitled “Stupid Liberal Hate Mail” which chronicles some of the ridiculous rants that reach my email box. This most recent one, from someone calling herself Connie Kaplan is too important not to share.

Connie writes:

“**** you & your blatant lies & disgusting that a woman would stoop so low to spew this ****. Its animals like you who are complicit in the killings of so many in Aurora Colorado. Shame on you and the NRA". - Connie Kaplan, Clermont, FL

(Note, because Ms. Kaplan’s mother apparently did not wash her mouth out with soap as a child, I have edited come of her more choice words).

Sadly, Connie and her liberal friends are missing the obvious – IT IS THE GUN HATERS WHO CAUSED THE AURORA TRAGEDY.

My response to Ms. Kaplan explains why:

Dear Ms. Kaplan,

The Aurora shooter broke nearly every law you and your liberal gun hating friends created. Yet, had people like me or any other legal gun owner been allowed to exercise our second amendment rights, the “Batman Shooter” could have been stopped before he was able to massacre so many. It is you, madam, and your gun hating friends who are responsible for the deaths of so many. You are responsible because not only do you refuse to protect yourselves, you deny others the ability to defend ourselves. Shame on you for creating a situation where innocent people were literally defenseless ducks in a barrel waiting to be murdered. – Stephani Scruggs, President UIA

THE FACT IS GUNS SAVE LIVES. Contrast what happened in Aurora with a series of recent events:

Ocala, Florida, where a gang of armed teenagers barged into an internet café, brandishing guns and threatening to kill the occupants; 71 year old Samuel Williams knew what to do…he drew his legally authorized gun and wounded the robbers before they could kill anyone.

Or in Milwaukee, WI where a customer shot and wounded a man who tried to rob a grocery store at gun point.

Or in Texas, where a clerk shot the robber holding a gun to a co-worker’s head.

When the bad guys show up, we need to be able to defend ourselves! There are thousands of examples that prove my point. Take Switzerland for example – they have one of the highest gun ownership rates in the world, yet they also have one of the lowest murder rates. The Swiss know what liberals and politicians willfully ignore an armed society is a POLITE society.

Sadly, the gun haters are trying to twist the Aurora massacre into an excuse for more Gun Control. But when the liberals squelch our Second Amendment Rights, they are creating victims and putting all our lives at risk.

I will NOT settle for victimhood and neither should you.

We need to send a clear message to Congress AND the States, that we will NOT allow the gun haters to take our ability to protect ourselves and our families.

In Liberty,

Stephani Scruggs
President

 

About Stephani Scruggs:
Stephani serves as the National Co-Chair of The 912 Project as well as President of Unite In Action, Inc. As a writer, speaker and analyst, Stephani focuses on the principles of liberty. She has made numerous television and radio appearances including the Glenn Beck Show to discuss the importance of the American Constitution and the rights it grants its citizens.

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