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Kansas government has turned into dictatorship of the Koch brothers. BROWNBACK AND THE REPUBLICAN LEGISLATURE ARE BAD FOR KANSAS.
The Koch's own most of the Legislative branch, the entire Administrative branch and working hard to purchase Judicial branch. Saddest thing is the ignorant voters of Kansas are letting them.
More guns on the street endanger living human beings. Also put law enforcement officers at greater risk. Unfortunately the NRA has become a conservative PAC which launders campaign dollars to politicians = promotion of violence.
More guns on the street are not saving lives which is the bottom line.
For all government officials and respective followers who believe guns are the answer may I suggest all relocate to Mexico,Iraq,the USA ghetto's,Columbia and such where these thinkers could live in all of the comforts of gun ridden societies. Unfortunately a ton of domestic disputes where guns are readily available become violent scenes.
People who want the American Way do not want a gun ridden society = the bottom line.
Violent crime has been going down even as firearms ownership has been going up. Look at the stats.
BTW, Mexico has the sort of restrictive firearms laws that the gun grabbers would like to see in America.
And then: "..Dwayne Ferguson spent more than a decade advocating for nonviolence and peace in the streets of Buffalo.
He was a well-known face in the movement for the SAFE Act, the state law that made carrying a gun on school property a felony. He was also a familiar presence in the hallways of the city’s Harvey Austin Elementary School, where he worked in the after-school program and mentored students.
No one imagined that on Thursday he would show up at the school in possession of a gun, touching off an hours-long lockdown, search and ultimately his arrest on two felony charges…"
Another anti-Second Amendment hippogriff.
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