This week – on gun control

As usual, the Liberals are using a tragedy to fulfill political agenda against guns. Successive Liberal governments have gone after law abiding gun owners rather than criminals.

The Liberal’s since the 1982 Bill of Rights has been “soft on crime and tough on legal gun owners.” PET’s 1982 Bill of Rights and Freedoms changed the legal system.

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It put the rights of the individual above the rights of society. Now the criminal has more rights than the victim.
In Canada, 37.8 percent of homicides are stabbings and 31.2 of homicides are shootings, so why not knife control? The Liberal Government during this implemention has spent millions of taxpayers dollars to make all law abiding gun owners look bad.

Canadian citizens who do not understand hunting and legal sports soon becaomeprejudges agains legal gun owners.
We spent 3 months in Yuma Arizona this winter. A large amounts of people in Arizona and Nevada carry concealed weapons. Women are able to protect themselves from sexual predators.

In Yuma you never have to lock up your house, car, sheds, or property. I feel 12 times safer there.
If the Liberal have their way, only police and criminals will have guns. Do you think police are going to protect you? The criminals will think it is open season on law abiding citizens.

Gord Dykstra

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