The National Rifle Association (NRA) filed suit today against the Wilmington, Delaware Housing Authority for barring residents from possessing firearms. The case, Jane Doe v. Wilmington Housing Authority (WHA), comes not so hard on the heels of the NRA’s successful suit against a similar ban against the Newark Housing Authority (NHA) back in February. “[The Delaware gun ban] is a clear case of discrimination against housing authority residents,” quoth the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action executive director Chris Cox. “It’s illegal, shameful, immoral and fattening.” Just kidding about the fattening bit. Right, so, once again, with feeling . . . “Self-defense is a fundamental, God-given right that every law-abiding American is afforded — no matter their tax bracket, zip code or street address. Many public housing projects are high-crime areas where people most desperately need the right to defend themselves.” Even before the papers were filed, kavips.wordpress.com was pissed, in a “making terrorist threats” kinda way . . .

What if… hmmm… what if…. ahhhh… there was some way to cost the NRA something each time they “threatened to file a lawsuit”  ….   Maybe something that was beyond the law…. hmmm…

Let’s say a European was contracted to “ice” some of their high ranking officers, or even better, hit ‘em where it hurts… their families..   I wonder what would happen if we woke up tomorrow and saw this “just out of random” headline,    Christopher Cox, 11250 Waples Mill Road , Fairfax, Virginia,  was killed by unknown gunman… Walking out to get his mail, he never returned.  Family found him dead by bullet to back of head”.   If you are resourceful enough, you can guess exactly where the gunmen hid while waiting for his arrival….

Or how about this headline….  Funeral services for the child of John Hohenwarter were held privately in a closed session; the public was not invited nor allowed to attend….

Or how about seeing this in the news… Andrew Jennison is still listed as a missing person… Anyone with knowledge of or a recent siting, is urged to call their local authorities with any information…  He was last seen leaving his house for work at his usual time, but never showed up at his employers.  He was first reported missing last Monday…

That is how you take the fight to the NRA.   Make them live in with the same stresses and fears that those living in public housing face everyday.   Make them look over their shoulders every minute of their existence. Make them fear for their lives, because somewhere out there there’s a crazy…. someone who wants to kill them, who has a gun and you know, thanks to the NRA, there is nothing anyone can do about it…

Less, uh, aggressively . . .

If men choose to protect their lives and liberties over those of owning a gun, it is their choice. They are free to do so. It is perfectly within every American’s God given right to ban the use of guns on his property if he so desires.. That.. is what America is all about…

The Housing Authorities have every right to maintain the safety of their confines in anyway they see fit. If enforcing a gun ban protects citizen’s lives, then they have every right to do just that… Every innkeeper is allowed to make rules for his tenants. After all, it is his property.

Every householder or property owner is allowed to make rules and regulations pertaining to the use of his property. ”Follow these rules or get out”… Hell, every parent of teenagers has had to use that line once in a while to keep the peace. That is the American way. To sit in some cubicle far, far away talking smack, and having tons of tax payers money being spent on a frivalous lawsuit, is not the American way. For one, it is too cowardly to be considered American. For two, it goes against the doctrine that a man’s home is his castle… For three, removing the only protection those tenants of these domiclies have against gun violence from getting out of control, should be downright criminal.

One Response to NRA Sues Wilmington, DE Over Public Housing Gun Ban

  1. Security is unarmed with WHA and they should be arm if they have a state license to carry “red card” and a delaware carry conceal permit issue by the state. No one should tell you not to carry while working. Its very dangerous that resident can have weapon in the building.

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