Logos, Ethos, and Pathos Anti-Gun Control Essay

876 WordsApr 16, 20134 Pages
Logos, Ethos, and Pathos, Anti-Gun Control From the founding of our country up until modern times there has been a separation on the beliefs of civilians owning guns. But gun control simply put, is a waste of time. It is highly ineffective in areas that gun control has been enacted in the United States. As well as “Gun Free Zones” being centralized high-target opportunities. (Small areas densely occupied by unarmed and defenseless citizens.) Thus allowing (in the rare instances it occurs like Newtown, Aurora, and Virginia Tech) a shooter a densely filled area of unarmed people to fire upon, causing mass causalities. In such areas the only protection they have are, Police/EMS, or an illegally armed citizen to defend them in case of…show more content…
“If you disarm the entire population, how are they going to fight back?” (A member of Hitler’s Counsel) I can recall a fairly recent event in history where the government systematically disarmed the people, and proceeded to kill 9 Million of its own citizens. It’s called the Holocaust, you know Hitler and Mussolini? Imagine you’re a 12 year old boy that just got home from school, today the Nanny was busy so you have to watch your little sister for a little while until your Dad gets home. As you look around your empty house you recall watching the news earlier about a boy about your age in Chicago that was killed as he tried to protect his sister from a home invader. Your suddenly brought back into reality by the sound of the back door being kicked in. You grab your sister and run to your parent’s room and dial 911. As you charge your father rifle, and stand point at the door with your sister talking to the 911 Operator. A few minutes go by and you hear foot steps outside the door, you call out to the person whom you think is your father. The door opens it is not, it is very angry man with a gun, you disengage the safety and deliver 3 round of defense at 3,300 feet per second. You hear sirens after the man hits the floor in agony. When the police find you in the room, holding a gun and a man laying on the floor they are proud of what you did, calling you brave, and commending you on protecting your sister. You are aghast at what has
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