More "Contol"

From SayUncle I saw this article that talks about disabled people being more likely to be victims of violent crime. A couple days ago I posted a video about Christians calling for more gun control, where I said
"Rarely in human history has gun control led to lower crime rates... the question then becomes, what are gun-control advocates really trying to control, and is it really the Christian obligation to support them?"
Think about those things--and my question now for you to ponder is this: how is calling for policies that deliberately restrict the most effective tools to protect a person who might otherwise be unable to defend themselves against a violent attack morally superior to trained, armed defense?

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