28 March 2008

Self Defense Opponents Attack Gun Shows To Commemorate Virginia Tech Mass Murder

April 16 will mark the one year anniversary of the mass-murder of 32 college students at Virginia Tech.

And rather than advocating for laws and regulations that permit professors, staff, and students to legally defend themselves if a shooter comes to a college campus in the future, there is a move to exploit the anniversary of this tragic day in 2007 by pushing for legislation to close the so-called "gun show loophole."

A "loophole" which doesn't exist . . .

And which had nothing to do with the shootings at Virginia Tech . . . or Louisiana Tech . . . or Northern Illinois University.

It's quite telling when self defense opponents' arguments are so weak that they have no choice but to attempt to re-direct the argument.

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