Friday, May 20, 2016

There are to many guns on the street, There are also too many drugs on the street. The two usually go hand in hand.

Gun regulation doesn't mean depriving responsible gun owners from enjoying the sport of hunting or shooting.

There was a shooter at the White House today. That doesn't mean anything?

Hillary needs to go to a shooting range and enjoy the sport to prove the guns aren't going to be removed from the country.

More extremism regarding guns isn't good for the country. It also is not true.

July 2, 2013
By Stephanie Condon

Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., (click here) is reigniting her push for a federal law expanding background checks on gun purchases but with a strong emphasis on the idea that gun owners like herself should get behind stronger regulations.
To kick off her seven-day "Rights and Responsibilities Tour" on Monday, Giffords visited a shooting range in Las Vegas, Nevada.
"I am taking this week to pay tribute to the Second Amendment -- both the rights it bestows and the responsibilities it requires," Giffords wrote in a USA Today op-ed published late Monday. "In these divisive political times, gun safety and gun rights are too often pitted against each other. But Americans can meet in the middle. Now all we need is for our elected leaders to meet us there."...

I am quite sure the shooter than President Obama was inside the White House. He walked up to a guarded security gate. That shooter was going inside if he had to kill and/or wound everyone along the way.

This wasn't the first time bullets were a threat to the White House. A window washer found bullet holes in the windows at the baloney. It was the very balcony where Hillary Clinton liked to have tea and answer correspondence. There are too many guns on the street in the hands of people that should not have them.

May 20, 2016
By Peter Hermann, Clarence Williams and Fenit Nirappli

A uniformed Secret Service officer shot (click here) and critically wounded a man who brandished a gun outside the White House Friday afternoon, according to several law enforcement officials.

Police officials said the man approached a security gate and was shot after he was told to drop the gun and refused, according to two law enforcement officials. The man was rushed to a nearby hospital. Two officials said he had been shot in the chest.
Two officials said federal agents with bomb sniffing dogs were searching the suspected gunman’s vehicle near 17th Street and Constitution Avenue. Authorities found ammunition for a .22 caliber weapon, two law enforcement officials said....