Friday, May 26, 2006

Frighten Washingtonians

The Rayburn Office Building was reopened after it was closed for five hours, and the police searched floor to floor, to find...nothing. The best hunch is workers from the building made a noise that frighten someone else to call police.

Geeze, not again?

A year from now, people were screaming bloody murder after a student flew a Cessna--that's right, a Cessna--above the White House.

Will this never end?

The major reason the people of Washington are scared of little things is that they forbid the use to "keep and bear arms"; Washington has the most restrictive gun-laws in the country. And, you guessed it, it has the highest murder rate, too.

Let's rid of the gun-laws forbidding the people the right to keep and bear arms, like the 2nd Amendment intended. In that way, people would ease about guns. By the slight chance that the warning is justified, the people will say:

"Look, a criminal!"


"He's got a gun!"

(Bleww!) "Dead criminal."

"Carry on."

As compared to what we have now and the police closed the building for 5 hours...for nothing. You make the call.


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