Guest Post: Christian Hudson is Back and Takes Aim at Gun Control

Dear Republican Party Bosses & Politicians: A house divided against itself, cannot stand. Please stop giving away our rights, for the sake of your own re-election campaigns. There is no question that the vote you took last night stripped more of our rights away from the people you represent. The road you are on leads to a slow, but steady, disarming of our citizenry. It does not matter to me whether you are just nipping at the edges for the sake of being able to say “I did something!” for political reasons, or whether you are adamant about taking away our freedoms. The only thing that matters to the majority of your citizens is that you are stripping more of our rights away.   When you strip away the rights of the citizens that you represent, in the name of politics, is it any wonder why the approval rating for the Republican Party is near record lows? What difference is there between you and your Democrat opponents? The only answer I can think of is just the speed at which you strip away our freedoms. Please, just stop playing politics. Please take a stand for individual freedom. Maximum personal freedom with maximum personal responsibility.   It’s been said before that a picture says a thousand words. This sign on Route 1 at the beach only says 6 words, but I think the message is loud and clear.   Best Regards, Christian Hudson Lewes, Delawarephoto(1)

16 thoughts on “Guest Post: Christian Hudson is Back and Takes Aim at Gun Control”

  1. “Maximum personal freedom with maximum personal responsibility.”

    In practice, the 27 people Adam Lanza killed were held “personally responsible” for his “maximum freedom”.

  2. delcrat
    In practice, the 27 people Adam Lanza killed were held “personally responsible” for his “maximum freedom”.

    How in the heck does your comment relate with Christian Hudson’s guest post.

  3. Delacrap, how many people were killed in car accidents in the United States last year? So, is it the fault of the car, an inanimate object? Most people don’t murder children, and most people don’t have fatal car accidents.

    Socialist-Democrat = Fool

  4. “Please stop giving away our rights, for the sake of your own re-election campaigns. There is no question that the vote you took last night stripped more of our rights away from the people you represent.”

    The two Reps who voted for HB 35 were elected to represent their constituents and their votes reflect their Districts. They were not elected to vote the way an extremist living 100 miles away demands they vote.

  5. Delacrap(sic), how many people were killed in car accidents in the United States last year? So, is it the fault of the car, an inanimate object?”

    That’s as pointless as saying: “How many people were killed by pipe bombs in the United States last year? So, is it the fault of the pipe bomb, an inanimate object?”

  6. “Delacrap, how many people were killed in car accidents in the United States last year?”

    Cars are sophisticated machines designed for transporting people and goods over long distances. Occasionally, accidents happen and people are killed while driving cars.

    Guns are designed only to kill. They serve no other purpose.

    Only a fool would try to equate the two.

  7. Some guy with a business and a sign on Route 1 in Sussex County. His grand father Joe, is an interesting person. Christian, not so much.

  8. Christian, thank you for expressing your views. However your argument is one sided. I saw nothing about dead school children in your piece. It is good to rail at one’s rights being reined in, if there is no legitimate reason for doing so…

    However, 20 dead first graders is a good reason to reign in those rights. Another good reason is the killings in Wilmington. That too is a good reason to rein in some those rights. I won’t even get into the logistics of the fact that these law take away no man or woman’s rights.

    It is so easy to make an argument in the vacuum. One can sound splended if only preaching to the choir. I wonder how well your argument would go over, the the ghosts of 20 first graders and 6 teachers and one mom, could argue back their side of the story?

  9. That’s as pointless as saying: “How many people were killed by pipe bombs in the United States last year? So, is it the fault of the pipe bomb, an inanimate object?”…Delacrap

    How can anyone be so thick? Just like it would be idiotic to ban automobiles to prevent auto-related deaths, it would be equally idiotic to infringe upon the rights of millions of law-abiding gun owners in order to “prevent” mayhem committed by a handful of psychopaths.

    Of course, if you had any sense, you’d know that the Socialist-Democrats are simply using the Newtown attack as a smokescreen- the left fears an armed population. At the end of the day, an armed citizenry is the last defense against totalitarianism. Don’t think it could happen here? Anything can happen anywhere.

  10. At the end of the day, an armed citizenry is the last defense against totalitarianism. Don’t think it could happen here?

    One reason it can’t happen here yet, sheer incompetence on all sides. Plus it would probably be made into a reality show before the first shot was fired.

    Even with the super dooper and top secret way that Seal Team Six killed Usama on film and then it was made into a moovie… or whatever.

    Entertainment = reality? Be careful with that idea.

  11. “One reason it can’t happen here yet, sheer incompetence on all sides. Plus it would probably be made into a reality show before the first shot was fired.”

    And that is how I can tell you engage in conspiracy as entertainment because that is the truest thing I think you’ve said. What’s troubling is that most people think of the government as this single minded entity that acts in concert across the entire spectrum of government. Getting any two agencies in the government to agree to anything necessitates years of negotiating to figure out who is going to be in charge, who is going to pay, who is going to get credit, etc..

    If you ever want nothing done, just direct two agencies to jointly plan and execute a program.

  12. And that is how I can tell you engage in conspiracy as entertainment…

    Some of it. Just like any stream of media, you may have to sift through it for yourself. (But you’d probably only do that if you find it entertaining enough to do so, so you see how it goes.)

    I don’t underestimate the importance of entertainment and stimulation.

    And this whole concept of controlled or manipulated perceptions as reality, common in politics and other mass forms of entertainment… seems to be powerful too.

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