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By Tim Siewert

Let us look at this objectively.

The next time someone says to you, “There are too many guns in America.”  Or, “Don’t you think there should be some controls on who can own guns or how many?”  Or any one of the plethora of other obfuscating questions these panty-wastes ask.  Respond by asking this simple question, “Where in America is there total weapon's control?”  
Notice I wrote “weapon's” and not gun control.

The correct response is, “Prison!”

Then ask another question, “Where in America is the crime rate the highest?”

The correct response again is, “Prison!”
(In prison, not even the guards that have direct contact with inmates have weapons)

Now let’s look at the opposite end of the spectrum for a moment.
The U.S. involvement in Vietnam spanned 16 years.  During that time, millions of U.S. service men and women were in country.  Every one of them had a weapon, usually a fully-automatic assault rifle; an M-16.

Now, riddle me this:

“How many documented murders of Americans by Americans took place in Vietnam during the entire U.S. involvement?”

The correct response is, “Three!”

In conclusion, the alleged “gun control” issue is not about guns;

it is about “population control”.

Case closed.

One more point in closing:

The U.S. service personnel who served in Vietnam were comprised of all ethnicities present in the U.S. at the time.

There is no color when you’re in the shit.​​​​