Woman Honor Thyself

When women are depressed, they either eat or go shopping. Men invade another country. It's a whole different way of thinking. --Elaine Boosler

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

GuN Control..Whats Your TakE?

I will be spewing forth my alleged brilliance (hehe) on the issue of GuN control(especially for women to protect themselves from abusers)... soon..In the mean time...what do u think?

For some motivation to ponder all this..check this out ..
Jack Lewis


  • At 9:44 PM, Blogger Karl m said…

    Guns do not kill.. people do!!! people control, now that's an issue to discuss..as Tony Montana (AL Pacino) said..."say hello to my little friend"...never had such a dependable friend...what about you?????

  • At 2:54 AM, Blogger The Conservative UAW Guy said…

    I'm pretty much against it!

  • At 2:56 AM, Blogger The Conservative UAW Guy said…

    Guns good, commies bad!

    Are you an NRA member, WHT?
    If not, you should consider.
    If so, YAY!

  • At 8:26 AM, Blogger Aaroncoal said…

    I'm your huckleberry

  • At 4:05 PM, Blogger Fits said…

    Gun control is hitting what one is aiming at, and I am all for it.

  • At 5:58 PM, Blogger Xtreme Right Wing said…

    One of my favorite lines in a country music song goes,
    "Reckless discharge of a gun...that's what the officers are claimin'
    Bubba hollered oh reckless hell! I hit just where I was aimin'!"

    But on a serious note, my girlfriend may very well owe her life to a Ruger KP94 9mm pistol. About 3 years ago, shortly after starting a new job I get a call on my cellphone from my girlfriend who is in a panic. She had come home early from work and after being home for about an hour 5 large men in a plain white van show up at our house. Each one was wearing working gloves and cover-alls and one had a crowbar. Sounded like we were about to be robbed. 3 were looking in the front windows and 2 had gone into the backyard. Once they realized that she was in the house they starting kicking the front door trying to get in.

    I keep that ruger loaded in the nightstand by my side of the bed so I told her to go get it, go into our master bathroom's bathtub, shoot anything that comes through the door, and call the police.

    I was only a few blocks away having lunch with my new co-workers at the so while we're talking on the phone I jumped in my truck and was on my way there in a hurry! She didn't quite follow my instructions because she went toward the front of the house and one of the men shouted, "she's got a gun!" and high-tailed it out of there. I don't even want to think what would have happened to her if they had gotten in the house. I got there before the police did and it was 10 minutes after we hung up the phone. A loaded gun in your nightstand will beat the police to your defense EVERY TIME. Thank god nothing happened and thank god she never had to pull the trigger.

  • At 8:31 PM, Blogger WomanHonorThyself said…

    wow Xtreme..that story is unreal.
    This is one issue where I can REALLY see both sides of the coin.
    Oh..and I know "Bubba Shot the Jukebox"...gr8 tune!..lol

  • At 10:42 AM, Blogger Middle Class Guy said…

    The proliferation of armed criminals is one reason that Gun Control is so acceptable and is being made more so. The media reportage of vilolence is another. If it bleeds it leads. But they rarely, if ever report on the thousands of people every month who thwart dangerous crimnals with their firearms.

    The dirty secret that no one will admit, even our elected politicians on both sides of the idiotological spectrum, is that no one has any control over the courts and the parole system.

    The courts keep letting criminals out or sentencing them to slap on the wrist sentences. The parole system and their advocates claim that parole is a right.

    If we want to stop violent crime and ease gun control, we have to take the fight to them. Tighten up and eliminate parole for all violent crimes. Hold judges responsible. When they run on their record, it better be on their conviction rate. If they are nominees, their conviction rate should be the standard, not their ABA rating.

  • At 6:18 PM, Blogger WomanHonorThyself said…

    Right on Middle Class dude...when r u runnin for office?..u got mah vote..hehe
    But seriously, your observations are astute particularly bout the parole system.


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