Monday, October 10, 2005

Another take on Brady scam

Here's one biased the other way, just for comparison.

Under the guise of "warning" visitors about a change in Florida law, a gun-control group is needlessly and fraudulently scaring tourists.

The leafleting by the national (James) Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence is nothing more than a political ploy.

The group doesn't like Florida's so-called "stand your ground" law, which allows people to use force in self-defense without first attempting to retreat from a threatening situation. The Brady Campaign calls it the "Shoot First" law in its leaflets.

The group is entitled to its opinion. But it is dirty politics to imply that visitors' safety is at risk because of the law.

That's an editorial that's LABELED an editorial.  The Pravda piece was an editorial labeled as news.  I prefer this one.  Call a spade a spade, not an aardvark

The Phantom Aardark Caller.

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