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Why the Georgia Fedex Shooting Matters

Geddy KramerOn April 29th, Geddy Kramer left behind a disturbing note –  then set out to injure six co-workers and commit suicide.

Unlike stories from 2012 and 2013, the Democrats have been quiet on Geddy’s rampage through a package handling facility in Kennesaw, GA.

Where are the Congressional members outraged that so many had been assaulted? Where are the speeches from the podiums? Where is the typical Democrat anti-gun, frothing-at-the-mouth, oppression?


After the Colorado recall elections, Obamacare and a still failing economy, Democrats can’t take on Americans’ basic right to self-defense just because some teenager went berserk.

Democrats are proving that their anti-gun stance has little to do with fact or remedy but more to do with politics. In an election year, they want nothing to do with the new “third rail” in politics – the right of every American to protect themselves.

While I am certainly saddened that a young man was so troubled by his mental disorders that he had to write “This is my own doing. I’m a sociopath. I want to hurt people” I understand that the problem was not the method with which he chose to exact his willingness to do harm.

Had he not used cartridges, he might have slashed with a knife, run over with an SUV or attacked with a pressure cooker.

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Democrats seem to be keeping quiet on this one in hopes that they won’t lose even more precious power for going after the second amendment. Proof that safety was never their goal – just words to get what they ultimately want – absolute power.

Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

Never give an inch.

About Rich

Rich Mitchell is the President and CEO of Anomalous Media and Editor-in-chief of Conservative Daily News. Rich is also a competitor in Skeet, sporting clays, 3-gun, Steel Challenge and USPSA.

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