Why Chicago shooting deflates anti-gun philosophy everywhere…including Seattle
May 27, 11:22 AM
Seattle Gun Rights Examiner
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In the aftermath, gun prohibitionist groups are silent. It appears clear the older man will not be charged for violating the city’s handgun ban, thanks to a 2004 Illinois statute that protects homeowners who use handguns to defend themselves, even if having the gun violates a local handgun ban ordinance. Known as the “Hale DeMar Act” for a Wilmette man who shot a burglar in his home and was temporarily charged for violating the Wilmette handgun ban (until public outrage caused the Cook County prosecutor to drop the charge), the law was passed by a legislative veto override in November 2004. Then-Gov. Rod Blagojevich had vetoed the bill, after then-State Sen. Barack Hussein Obama had voted against the legislation twice.
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Sorry, but the right of self defense is meaningless without the RKBA. The Second Amendment is the palladium of liberty.
You only have to ask one question to determine if the person is a libertarian or a control freak.
“What about guns?”
Any other answer than “I trust the people with guns” means you have a very dangerous person answering. They want to control you.
Be afraid. Be very afraid.
Criminals and gooferment will be in control of your life!
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