I don't know if this article goes in the weapon's section or the political commentary section or where.
So, I'm doing it here for the sake of argument.
Okay, Gabby Gifford's husband goes into a gun store (No, this isn't the opening line of a joke) and buys a 1911 Colt .45 semiautomatic handgun. He
also buys a used AR 15.
Then he says he's buying the AR 15 to turn over to the police. Well, what else is going to say once he got caught buying all these guns?
No comment about turning in the 1911 .45 to the police.
The more people debate the Second Amendment issue, the more people buy guns. Obama and Feinstein are two of the best gun salespeople in America.
Now, does Gifford's husband help destroy the credibility of Gabby Giffords? Will Joe Biden sit Mr. Kelly down to have an erstwhile discussion about
firing guns either in the air or through doors? Why does he have a different last name than Giffords?
No. This isn't simply a gun issue for and about guns. These are deeper seated issues than comparing ballistics and weapon reliability.
I'll leave it up to all of you to decide for yourselves what is at issue here?
Mark E. Kelly, gun-control proponent and husband to former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, recently purchased an AR-15 (an "assault weapon," he called
it)—which he now says he intended as an illustration of the need for more stringent gun laws.