A NYC man is accused of stabbing three people to death, and fatally running down a fourth person with a car during a 28-hour crime spree (Feb 12 and 13, 2011). Amazingly no guns were used in the murders. If someone were to listen to the rhetoric of NYC’s Mayor Bloomberg, they might come to the conclusion that it is impossible to murder someone without a gun… or that if guns were not available no murders could occur. Contrary to Mayor Bloomberg’s logic, murder still happens without guns and the police are not there to protect the people.
Is Michael Bloomberg responsible for the the death of these people??? More then the knife that was used in the stabbing or the car that was used to run down the person, since those are inanimate objects with no will of their own. Michael Bloomberg on the other hand, willfully and intentionally prevented these people from defending themselves. If Mayor Bloomberg insists on blaming guns in cases of shooting deaths, why not blame the knife, the car or himself in this case. Could the outcome have turned out the same if these people had easier access to gun ownership in NYC? That is impossible to know with certainty, however, the local government could not be held responsible for disarming the people. As it stands now, NYC has unconstitutionally disarmed its people and at the same time failed to protect them.
It is obvious that I am using this tragedy for to make a point in favor of an unquestionable Second Amendment Right… in the same manor that Michael Bloomberg uses every tragedy that involves a firearm as a platform to try to further restrict the Right to Self Defense through out the whole United States. My argument that Michael Bloomberg is responsible for this murder spree is just as valid or invalid as his arguments that guns kill people. Since Mayor Bloomberg has made it his strategy to use every shooting tragedy in the nation to attack our gun rights… is it not fair to use every tragedy in NYC that does not involve guns against him?
The details of the NYC murder spree is here:
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