It's hardly perfect. I've never liked Whittle's insistence on the standard left/right red herring (there are disarmers and there is everyone else, period), and of course it's no secret that in the end I care as little for statistics as the Force! Helplessness! Now! crowd--our arguments each being wholly moral ones rather than statistically reversible. (That is, neither of us is going to suddenly change our minds over the matter because of some measurable threshold at which the unacceptable suddenly becomes acceptable.)
But the whiny canard (which basically reduces to "US has more gunz. US has higher murder rate than some place that bans them. Therefore US is barbaric. 'Murica!") has been around for at least my whole life, and it is so fantastically tired, facile, and hackneyed that, I admit, I do take some visceral pleasure in seeing it dismantled, and Whittle does seem to have his own style at turning the sanctimony around.
Especially at a time in which the feeding frenzy seems nearly inexhaustible, I'll take it. It's not that Bill Whittle "speaks for me", but that is hardly required to recognize that what he says here is...simply true.