Gun control advocates like to say that gun rights advocates think everyone should have a gun. Not true! While everyone has a natural, civil and Constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms, they do not have a natural, civil and Constitutionally protected right to use those firearms in any way they see fit. Murdering someone with a gun, for example, is a no-no. The antis like to conflate ownership and misuse, implying that regulating ownership is the best way to curtail or eliminate misuse. Yeah right. Anyway, here’s a very bad man doing bad things with a gun who’s proven – at least twice – that he shouldn’t have a gun [via usatoday.com]. . .
Just before noon on September 17, landscaper Robert Hendrix was working at a home on Palo Verde Drive in Avon Park [and] accidentally got grass clippings on Max Horton’s vehicle. Horton, of Avon Park, started arguing with Hendrix, pulled out a gun and ordered Hendrix to get on his knees. Horton told Hendrix he was going to kill him.
At the same time, fellow landscaper Johnny Barnes made a move towards Horton. Horton fired off one round from the handgun at Hendrix then …read more
Source:: Truth About Guns