Urbin Report

Monday, June 02, 2003

Found on the Wall Street Journal's Best of Web

Democrats have found that opposing gun rights isn't necessarily a winning political strategy, but the Washington Times notes that not everyone agrees:

Democrats abandon the gun issue at their peril, said Blaine Rummel, spokesman for the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence. . . . "The Democrats ran away from gun safety in the 2002 elections, and look where it got them," Mr. Rummel said. "Whoever is advising them on gun control should be shot."

Just remember: Guns don't kill Democratic advisers, gun-control advocates kill Democratic advisers.


I did add a couple of links to their quote.