It only took 18 hours for the anti-gun wackos to politicize the Virginia Tech massacre
And we shouldn't be surprised. It's been awfully quiet since the expiration of the so-called "Assault Weapons Ban'" a few years ago, and yesterdays' violent murders are just the ammunition that anti-gunners have been waiting for to pick up their sacred flame again and commence running like hell toward congress.
From Good Morning America to CNN and all points in between, the rumblings are starting, fueled by the usual incorrect technical info and propagandized gun statistics that always accompany the ridiculous arguments of those who would see the second amendment stricken from the historical record.
Meanwhile, I haven't heard one person besides me mention the fact that if only one (much less all) of those victims at Virginia Tech been armed and well-trained in the use of small weapons, likely far less than 32 people wouldn't have died yesterday. But Cho Seung-Hui, the Korean national who carried out the vile acts knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that not a single one of his victims would be armed or able to offer any significant measure of resistance.
So let me apparently be the first to say that we need fewer gun restrictions in this country, not more. There are already 20,000 US gun laws on the books that didn't work for sh** yesterday, nevermind the laws against murder. Laws only matter to those willing to abide by them.