The following is from Walter Williams and makes a lot of sense and should be considered by all advocating greater gun control.
“With greater accessibility to guns in the past, why wasn’t there the kind of violence we see today, when there is much more restricted access to guns? There’s another aspect of our response to mayhem. When a murderer uses a bomb, truck or car to kill people, we don’t blame the bomb, truck or car. We don’t call for control over the instrument of death. We seem to fully recognize that such objects are inanimate and incapable of acting on their own. We blame the perpetrator. However, when the murder is done using a gun, we do call for control over the inanimate instrument of death – the gun. I smell a hidden anti-gun agenda.”
Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at George Mason University.
Romuald K Andraka
Submitted by Virtual Newsroom