Friday, December 21, 2012

55% Favor Assault Weapons Ban, But 62% Oppose Complete Gun Ban

Blithering idiots who will eagerly be led to the trains and there won't be nary a tear shed here.

Most Americans favor taking semi-automatic and assault-type weapons off the market but also are wary of a society in which only the government has guns. Very few would opt for a neighborhood where they couldn’t own a gun. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 55% of American Adults think there should be a ban on the purchase of semi-automatic and assault-type weapons. Thirty-six percent (36%) disagree and oppose such a ban. (To see survey question wording, click here.)


  1. So 55% say some guns are bad, but 62% say no guns would also be bad. I detect doublethink.

  2. Dear "A Reader" - I consider this 'no-think' ...

    Just because 55% of our countrymen believe a stupid thing, doesn't mean it isn't a stupid thing.

    Those who think an un-alien-able Right (to my weapons, my property) is open to their vote or expect me to be influenced by their opinion are sorely misguided individuals.

    TL nailed it in his post:

    (in the NC woods)