Thursday, October 27, 2011

Ceasefire Oregon 'Duh' Moment

On firearm collectors offering to purchase guns instead of them being destroyed:
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“I think it’s political,” Julee(Ceasefire Oregon Educational Foundation board member) said. “I think it’s unfortunate that they feel they need to have an oppositional presence.”
Like I said. Duh. Of course it's 'political' just like a 'gun turn in/buy back' is nothing more than a political PR ploy that has zero effect on crime. Just like your organization accepts money from the Joyce Foundation and is part of their network to push your political agenda in opposition to our civil rights.

So is she honestly that naive or is she being disingenuous because her political opponents were successful in partially thwarting her scheme?

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2 comments:

Kurt "45superman" Hofmann said...

I still believe that the other side gets a use out of gun "buy backs" that most of us haven't considered.

Sigivald said...

Someone should ask her why, in her own words, that matters.

I mean, collectors buying those guns are keeping them in safes and not using them in crimes, right?

If Ceasefire's goal really was to just keep guns from being stolen by criminals, or to get criminals to turn them in for amnesty, they'd have no real grounds to oppose collectors "sniping" their turn-ins - because it would equally achieve that goal.

But they do oppose it - leading one to assume that their goal is not the simple assumed one.