The Scarlet Letter: A Is for “Armed”

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  1. Richard Aubrey says:

    The excuses laid out for this may seem reasonable to the unreasonable. But, once the gun thing is off the front pages–because only black people are being killed by them–the excuses will remain. Public’s right to know, for example.
    And somebody may decide that STDs merit the same disclosure. Entirely reasonable. And, under Obamacare, the government may have a good deal of data. Remember when Joe the Plumber asked Obama a question which Obama answered truthfully–but not tactically a good idea–and the weasels in the government started looking for dirt in the government’s files?
    How about treatment for mental illness? Marriage or family counseling?
    Why should juvenile criminal records be secret?
    Yes, the gun issue will be gone but the excuses and rationalizations will remain.

    May the journos be the first to taste that particular joy.

  2. Kind of like this.

    http://now.msn.com/demand-a-plan-psa-spoof-mocks-beyonce-and-jamie-foxx-others

    My ethics reach almost to my wallet.

  3. The editors should have their home addresses and perhaps net-worth published and a large sign put in their front yard saying, “This household is Police certified to be Gun Free.” Especially after the next hurricane or civil disorder.
    Why, exactly, should they object?

  4. Hank Vandenburgh says:

    No. Publication is destructive and invasive of privacy.

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