By Dan Mitchell
Time to add to our collection of satire about the foolishness of gun control.
We’ll start with a comparison of the logic of those who believe in the 2nd Amendmentand those who believe only the government should have guns.https://lockerdome.com/lad/12377769162259558?pubid=ld-3930-8728&pubo=https%3A%2F%2Fselfreliancecentral.com&rid=selfreliancecentral.com&width=696
The obstacle course isn’t as elaborate as my regulation obstacle course, but maybe that’s because the anti-gun crowd doesn’t have the fortitude of business owners.
For the next item in today’s collection, this headline from the Babylon Bee basically needs to commentary, but I’ll add that the War on Poverty also has been a costly failure.
Feel free to draw the obvious conclusion about government competency (or lack thereof).
This next item doesn’t just apply to Democratic gun control “logic,” but also to the cognitive shortcomings of any Republican or independent who thinks disarming law-abiding people is the right solution to criminal behavior.
Sort of like getting rid of your refrigerator because your neighbor is too heavy.
This following meme is a clever twist on an old theme.
And I like this next bit of satire because the bottom frame captures the mindset of naive leftists who think passing a law will magically achieve a certain result.
Seems like the 911 operator read the wrong fairy tale as a kid.
Last but not least, here’s my favorite because it cleverly shows the real consequences of gun control. The people who obey such laws are never threats to society. Meanwhile, anti-gun laws are almost no barrier to bad people.
by Dan Mitchell
Daniel J. Mitchell is a public policy economist in Washington. He’s been a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute, a Senior Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, an economist for Senator Bob Packwood and the Senate Finance Committee, and a Director of Tax and Budget Policy at Citizens for a Sound Economy. His articles can be found in such publications as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Investor’s Business Daily, and Washington Times. Mitchell holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in economics from the University of Georgia and a Ph.D. in economics from George Mason University. Original article can be viewed here.