RKBA, free speech and Mexico

You know what I’d love to see? A discussion of how the Mexican people’s right to keep and bear arms having largely been denied is affecting freedom of the press in Mexico. I realize that the drug traffickers are getting arms from other nations that aren’t even available commercially in the United States, but somehow I get the feeling that if Mexican media outlets were able to form their own little militias and start shooting back, things would be a lot different. Thoughts?

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One Response to “RKBA, free speech and Mexico”

  1. southtexaspistolero Says:

    Boomer Lad (207.235.20.43)
    Most recent Mexico dealer shoot-out had G-3s involved. When’s the last time you saw a G-3 for sale in a store, perhaps other than shops a few of my friends own? I’ve seen a LOT of Mexican Army carry them over the years, though…
    August 5, 2010, 10:43:47 PM CDT

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