I have served in the army, I have spent memorable days shooting pheasants with friends and sad to say I absolutely know that guns are a universal evil.
However conscious of the need for safety and careful the gunman is, the
overriding feeling a gunman gets from holding a weapon is one of power. My plus-four garbed friends won’t admit this,
but it’s true. How could the act of
holding a killing machine affect one differently?
We need to respond to the problem globally whether its a lone Fascist in Norway, Drug runners in Mexico, Moose hunters in Alberta, a lunatic in Newport or Pheasant shooters on Exmoor - I think the answer is straight forward GUNS RESULT IN DEATH - and the correlation is clear.
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- Peter Oborne explains the Tory party politics
- Bon mot
- Working harder making less
- Dave's mid term manifesto
- Bring back the Keynes
- Middle earth
- 'Angie - beautiful and sweet'
- It's a Gas, Gas, Gas
- Clear-out needed
- No need for guns
- Magic Mushrooms
- Euro budget on hold
- Social media car crash
- Secret Santa
- Hungry like a wolf
- Uptick or the worst of the downtick over
- Gambling on Gavyn
- Calling the end of the recession
- 5 giants
- Her Majesty's Opposition - The BBC
- Ourbucks, you're having a latte
- If GDP = C + I + G + (X-M)
- Boris get outer tier
- Recession what Recession!
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