that and the fact that bamaro liked your post.
check the dude's book out sometime. he makes a fairly good case. lots of internet links are out there as well concerning ccw and lowering of violent crime. so it forces you to ask a very uncomfortable question- if ccw reduces violent crime, and reduces it most in violent urban areas, then why aren't politicians in those areas leading the movement to allow ccw? why is it, in fact, they are the ones usually leading the movement to outlaw guns across the board?