And Now Dayton

There is an old country song that the late Lynne Anderson (of Rose Garden Fame) used to sing on the Lawrence Welk Show. It is called, “I’ve Been Everywhere, Man.” Singing it requires a prodigious memory of hundreds of place names sung at (excuse the expression) Machine Gun Speed.

The next name on the seemingly endless list is Dayton!

Will it ever end?

Will we as a nation ever come to our senses?

Yes, I know, guns don’t kill people, people kill people. How many times have we heard that one? Of course it is true. But it is a lot easier to kill large numbers of people with a machine gun than with a knife.

No, it won’t solve the problem, but it will make a dent if we make a license to own and discharge a firearm as difficult as the process of obtaining a driver’s license.

It is not that tough, but you have to prove that you are capable of operating a vehicle. Still automobiles have killed and will continue to kill millions of people. But how much higher that number would be if anyone could simply buy a car and hit the road?

No, gun control will not eliminate wanton violence.

But it sure would make a difference!

4 thoughts on “And Now Dayton

  1. The logic/reasons against registration and banning assault weapons is bizarre. Make no sense. The approx. 20,000 deaths yearly by firearms, many, children, are “collateral damage” in protecting our “sacred” 2nd amendment. “Open carry” is an invitation to kill. A commentator said that 10 years ago I’d someone had walked through a parking lot carrying an AK47, many calls to 911. Today, it’s permissible. Makes no


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