Why are some folks empowering criminals?

That’s irrational.

Criminals are dangerous and destructive. Social misfits. Doesn’t everyone know that? They do evil things to others. Criminals hurt others. Many criminals cannot be rehabilitated and giving them freedom from deterrents gives them more power to do evil.

Why do I feel the need to spell out something so obvious?

Could it be because some of our leaders do not prosecute crimes and the outspoken liberal minded want to take away our law abiding citizen’s guns?

Both actions empower the criminal.

That’s what outlawing guns does. And that’s what not incarcerating the criminal does. It emboldens the criminal mind to do more crime. 

Less criminal resistance results in more criminal activity. The criminal feels less encumbered and more free. The law abiding citizen feels less secure and less free.

The criminal mind hates goodness and sees good as the enemy. They are right about that. But it’s all they’re right about. 

The good need guns for defense. The criminal needs guns to help commit crimes. That’s elementary. If any gun is outlawed you can rest assured that criminals will have it. Also elementary, guns are not going to disappear. Criminals obtain all manner of firearms illegally. And they use them to commit illegal activities.

Why is this difficult to understand?

The right to bear arms is rational.

Prosecuting criminals is rational.

We cannot deter crime by disarming our population. Nor can we deter crime by releasing law breakers from captivity. Both are an insulting disservice to our public protectors and our law abiding citizens.

The liberal minded agenda is a laughing matter to the criminal.

A USA government that takes advantage of and doesn’t protect its citizens is not a democracy but a dictatorship.

Don’t let voting become a joke too.

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By Ed Caldwell

I was tired, now I’m retired. Except for some unavoidable honey-dos, I pretty much goof off for a living now. My last career job was designing internet operating circuit boards along with a distinguished team of engineers, managers and support personnel. Prior to that I was an electronics technician evolving into circuit board design in the defense industry working with tactical missile systems. My first career job was a professional artist. During my younger years I worked many odd jobs beginning at age nine with a newspaper delivery route.

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