Sunday, April 18, 2010

Your question for the Prime Ministerial Debate

Hello, fellow liberty minded readers.

This is a call to communicate your frustration with the UK's draconian firearm laws over into the upcoming televised Prime Ministerial debate.
For the first time ever in the UK, the leaders of the three main parties will debate on live television during the General Election campaign. On 29 April from 8.30pm, BBC One will host a live Prime Ministerial Debate from the Midlands, and we want your questions for Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg. The first half of the programme will debate the economy. We will then have the chance to discuss all other election issues.

A selection of the best questions submitted will be considered for use in the programme.

I implore everyone to ask why they, a British citizen, are denied the most essential tool in securing both the liberty of the nation and the lives of yourself and your loved ones.

Ask why simple steps in exercising responsibility, such as carrying a can of irritant self-defence spray is considered to be a far more serious crime than the act of assault or attempted rape itself.

Ask why good, decent, and otherwise law-abiding people are handed five year minimum jail sentences simply for the act of possessing a gun in their own home.

Demand that you have your right to keep and bear arms enshrined back into law.

Present your questions via this link.