Monday, June 15, 2009

Deliverance and Evil

Deliverance and Evil

We have the right to carry guns. It is necessary in today's world. But there is nothing new about that. Why do southern hill people need to carry their guns into restaurants and bars? Furthermore, although carrying weapons in Federal parks has been illegal for some time; there are of course legitmates uses for them, including protecting one's self from animals. But this could also be an excuse for people that ordinarily would not pass the muster for carrying firearms: predators, not victims, will seek a firearm on the pretense of visiting Federal parks.

The movie and especially the book, Deliverance, serves as a good example of the mentality of some in the South. Let us not forget that the character played by Burt Reynolds offered an olive branch to the banjo-playing child, only to culminate in the rape of his friends and the suicide of the boy.

Gun laws need sensible analysis. Firearms should be used to protect individuals, and not inspire predators. Differentiating between these persons is necessary, although probably politically difficult.


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3:14 PM  
Blogger nationaldefenseparty said...

Arizona (Also Southern in the Civil War) wants guns in bars now too.;_ylt=AmfKOgrbk8Y96gmcxmVG9bms0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTFlZXA1Ymc3BHBvcwM3MARzZWMDYWNjb3JkaW9uX3Vfc19uZXdzBHNsawNhcml6b25hbW92ZXM-

11:35 AM  

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