Why are Democrats so upset about people donating guns to poor people in high crime neighborhoods so that they are better able to protect themselves and their families? Why is it that Democrats bother claiming that they support the Second Amendment and people's right to defend themselves when they have these types of reactions? A similar program
to the one in Tucson was set up recently in Houston. From Fox News:
A former mayoral candidate in Tucson, Ariz., is drawing heated criticism from Democrats after he launched a program this week to hand out free shotguns in high-crime neighborhoods.
Shaun McClusky, who kicked off the program Monday, financed it with initial donor commitments of $12,000. He told FoxNews.com that with those private donations alone, he can arm and train 36 people -- and hopes to begin that process in 60 days.
McClusky said he's already received more than a dozen responses from residents, "none of them negative, all of them positive." . . .
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