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It’s unpossible

Laura Washington is back asking that all black politicians support gun control:

Burns is making gun control his signature campaign issue. “It’s a no-brainer,” he said. “I’ve lived in Woodlawn. I’ve lived in Washington Park. I live in Kenwood now, and gun violence is a serious problem in our community.”

If by no-brainer you mean your position on the issue doesn’t require you to have a brain. Continuing:

Indeed. Every black politician in America should follow his lead. Last school year, 34 children were gunned down in Chicago. It is unconscionable that a black lawmaker would retreat from stricter gun laws. Guns are killing our kids.

How? Handguns are banned in Chicago.

It’s about time someone took on the People of the Gun.

Like I said before, bring it.

Update: Kevin writes her another letter.

5 Responses to “It’s unpossible”

  1. Uncle says, “Bring it.” at Traction Control Says:

    […] Say Uncle: Indeed. Every black politician in America should follow his lead. Last school year, 34 children […]

  2. thirdpower Says:

    Apparently it’s the fault of all those rural white men that urban black men are killing eachother.

  3. Kevin Baker Says:

    I sent her another email. Don’t expect a reply to this one, either.

  4. Ron W Says:

    One of the main aspects of slavery dwon through history is that slaves are disarmed by their masters and kept that way. It seems ironic that today’s “black leaders” who SAY they support civil rights are working to disarm their people and keep them that way.

  5. straightarrow Says:

    How many of those 34 were gunned down while committing a crime and how many were gunned down by young blacks? Why doesn’t she push for laws eradicating them rather than their tools?

    No, those are not racist questions, they are the logical questions to ask if she is so concerned about electing a black man because he will vote to make gun possession illegaler in Chicago. I mean, they already did that, so why isn’t she pushing to elect anybody who will strike at the root of the problem?