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Nothing is stronger then the will of the private citizen. That are heavily armed and equiped with a passion for freedom.
Now you are comparing drug dealers and the government once again to private citizens. Your arguments are off base.
Theifs have no desire to kill, Now criminals are moral?and if you have nothing for them to take, they will find another target.Your solution to avoid it is to give everything up?
NEW ORLEANS – Three and a half years after Hurricane Katrina, the National Guard is pulling the last of its troops out of New Orleans this weekend, leaving behind a city still desperate and dangerous. Residents long distrustful of the city's police force are worried they will have to fend for themselves.
"I don't know if crime will go up after these guys leave. But I know a lot more of us will be packing our own pieces now to make sure we're protected," said Calvin Stewart, owner of a restaurant and store.
New Orleans Police Superintendent Warren Riley said his rebuilt police department is up to the job of protecting the city. "I think we're ready to handle things," he said.
The National Guardsmen were welcomed as liberators when they arrived in force in a big convoy more than four days after Katrina struck New Orleans in August 2005 and plunged the city into anarchy. The force was eventually 15,000 strong. link
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