Fisking An Anti-Gun Op-Ed From Kansas City Star
By Tom Knighton
Sometimes, an op-ed that doesn’t boil it down to just one or two points is worthy of being debunked.
From time to time, you find one with so much stupid you can’t take down a single part of it and get your point across. No, you need to destroy it point by point.
Today is one of those times.
Charles Hammer, a columnist for the Kansas City Star, is a little scared of guns, so like many, he wants laws changed to make him not-so-scared.
More than 1,000 people had squeezed into that beautiful auditorium, my friend and I among them, before the choir began singing “Silent Night, Holy Night.”
Then I started glancing around us at the many levels of seating, the many entry and exit doors, the hundred or so rows of seats packed with people.
I could not help but ask myself, what if a gunman with an assault rifle and a pistol with its extended magazine walked in through one of those doors. With his AR-15 rifle he could fire 100 kill shots from a drum magazine, and 28 from the pistol. In 60 seconds he could reload and start over with fresh magazines. Many dozens of us concert-goers …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms