2 years ago
Silly choice, it is.
As Sen. Dianne Feinstein D-Calif. opened her press conference on gun control today, she invited Dean of the National Cathedral Rev. Canon Gary Hall to offer a prayer.
Hall spoke briefly before the prayer, calling for Washington lawmakers to stop fearing the gun lobby and fulfill their “moral duty” to restrict guns.
“Everyone in this city seems to live in terror of the gun lobby,” Hall said. “But I believe that the gun lobby is no match for the cross lobby.”
Hall said that he could no longer justify a society that allowed ordinary citizens to keep and bear “assault weapons.”
“No longer justify” assault weapons. Could you ever, Mr. Hall? If so, why? What was your reasoning back then when you could justify assault weapons? Were you wrong then or are you wrong now? Perhaps you could answer within the context of the Christian duty of self defense because of being created in God’s image. Then tell me. Do you really believe anything at all, or have you always been a political hack and sniveling lackey for those in power, willing to modify your beliefs based on the popular sentiment of the moment?