'In the end it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.'
- Abraham Lincoln -

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Words of Wisdom From ...

... the New York Times food critic?

From Mark Bittman's brain to your monitor:

"We’ve experimented with little or no gun control. It doesn’t work. Let’s try something else: real gun control. That will work; after all, it was law enforcement officials and unarmed citizens -- not vigilantes -- who apprehended Mr. Loughner, Mr. Holmes and Mr. Page. Then perhaps we’ll be encouraged to move in better directions on other issues we need to tackle: Health care. Diet. Climate change. Our lives ride on all of these."

If 10,000 gun laws nationally are to be considered "little or no gun control," and considering the fact that those 10,000 laws have prevented no one from breaking those laws when they had the inclination, how many laws will it take to actually affect "health care, diet (?) and "climate change"?  Forty million?

This is an example of the New York Times and its resident nitwits being stuck on stupid.

More laws!  More laws!  If we had just one more law!