doctoralstudent, 5/29/2012 - 11:33am "Tombstone is known in history for having strict gun control, the exact opposite of Mr. Hamilton's attempted false description.
The OK Corral incident in history was a police action in which local law enforcement was responding to reports of a citizen being armed in the gun-control zone of Tombstone...again the exact opposite of Mr. Hamilton's attempted false description.
Mr. Hamilton stated that his preference is that he'd rather not know if somebody has a sidearm or not.
Mr. Hamilton repeatedly uses the phrase "you never know" and then attempts to paint a scenario that is contrary to scholarly open-peer-reveiwed research of what actually occurs.
Mr. Hamilton claims to not be afraid of his own shadow and claims that armed citizens are frightened. However, Mr. Hamilton is the one claiming that people should be scared witless to even go out in public and see an armed citizen. In addition, Mr. Hamilton states that seeing an armed citizen is something that is stressful experience.
Mr. Hamilton's writing is rife with logical fallacies, he states outright falsehoolds, and his statements are unsupported, even by his own words when he contradicts himself. The first half of his column would have had the same amount of support for his position had he quacked like a duck for 14 paragraphs.
Mr. Hamilton is not a voice of common sense on this topic and is exhibiting statements of the exact opposite."
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