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The national narrative this week, as instructed by the liberal mainstream media, is, of course, gun control.

That previous sentence is likely true in the ballpark of 26 weeks per year, given the incessant yapping being heard from over there on the left.

“Guns kill people!”

“No one needs a machine gun!”

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“It was an assault rifle!”

These oft recited sentiments, paraphrased in hundreds and thousands of ways, are always buzzword heavy but light on substance.  There’s no meat on the bones of the left’s argument when you stack it up next to the Second Amendment’s clear and concise and absolute language:

Shall not be infringed.

So when the youth of our nation fell for a liberal marketing ploy that would get them out of school this week, one group of mothers, aunts, sisters, daughters, and granddaughters in New Hampshire gave them a piece of their mind.

“Dozens of people gathered on the State House lawn for the fourth annual Gun Rights Rally. Organized each year by the Women’s Defense League, this year’s gathering comes amid heated debate on what the second amendment means.

“Susan Olsen, with the Women’s Defense of League of NH, says people are wrongly focused on the weapons instead of the killers. ‘Did anybody, when JFK was murdered, blame the gun? When Martin Luther King was murdered, did anybody blame the gun? When Bobby Kennedy was murdered, did anybody blame the gun? No. They blamed the person.’

“‘Overall law enforcement ability to enforce even the laws that we have appear not to be able to be done,’ says Eric Matthews, from Milford. ‘So by adding more law, how will it be enforced?'”

While New Hampshire’s gun laws are already some of the more sensible in the nation, these Janes and Joans don’t want a sudden wave of emotion to compromise their right to bare arms.

 

 

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