Op-Ed: Sarah and James Brady - The Anger From Another Time
May 20, 2005
By John Longenecker
Violence. Conflict. As if these were useless and undesirable societal dynamics.
As a matter of fact, without them, we would be stomped by those who use coercion as an everyday tool to get their way. Perhaps that's why there's a worldwide movement to discourage resistance to issues in general. It's made its way here, and we're feeling it big time. One of the pressure tactics we're experiencing is disinformation in both facts and attitude, and this one comes from The Brady Bunch in the news again lately.
Since the attempt on the life of President Reagan, where James Brady was shot also and suffered permanent brain injury, Sarah and James Brady have devoted their lives to the elimination of handguns, and in so doing, they seek to destroy Liberty for all. Though there is a big connection between guns and liberty, there is an even more significant connection between resistance and liberty. People want to be left alone. Some cannot leave them alone.
As one example: is the Brady response a rational response in grief or injury, or it is a normal, but irrational response to grief and injury?
An irrational response can be normal.
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