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Guns Moving South – Death To Paul Bernardo

Guns Moving South – Death To Paul Bernardo

With Remington announcing in February its plans to open a $110 million dollar facility in Huntsville and Steyr Arms opening a 33,000 square foot facility in Bessemer just last week, Alabama and the south has become to new “Gun Valley” of the United States.

That term has been used for years for the Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York area where most gun manufacturing has occurred for 150 years. Companies like Smith&Wesson, Ruger, Remington and Beretta all have major facilities there.

Now, major gun and ammo manufacturers are moving south, bringing jobs and tax dollars, boosting the economies in states from Florida, the Carolinas, Georgia and Alabama.

Paul Bernardo

I’m against the death penalty and have been for 20 years.

Before that I did support it, and I’m not one of those people who assume that every advocate of capital punishment is a callous fanatic. Some of them are, but then some of the extreme opponents of the death penalty are also fanatics and seem to care more for a cause than the lives involved.

I oppose it because even with DNA evidence mistakes still happen; because all of the studies indicate that it doesn’t deter crime – look at the United States; because it eliminates the chance of personal transformation, contrition and, yes, salvation; because it reduces us to the level of the killer; because I don’t want the state to have that much power.

It seems to me that from a libertarian, conservative or Christian point of view the death penalty is abundantly wrong.

I say this now because it was revealed by Sun Media last week that Paul Bernardo is planning to get married. I know, I know. Every moral fibre stiffens at the idea, we react with horror, we think of those young women he murdered who will never marry, whose families will never see them wed, we detest this sadist and wish him only harm.