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Because guns exist.
Though no one was injured, stores filled with holiday shoppers were temporarily locked while police investigated.
I must be crazy to be in a loony bin like this.
And are very easy to access, that's the problem.
This post was edited by RP McMurphy 16 months ago
I'm so unbelievably scared. Please government, protect me!!!
Wow. There's compassion for you.
When I'm pumping gas, how can I be sure that the person next to me won't spray me down with gas and light me on fire? We should address this possibility.
3. Restrict access to automatic firearms, extended magazines, armor piercing bullets, have stricter background checks, actual background checks at gun shows...
I'm neither a gun-owner nor anti-gun, but sweeping gun control is inevitable now. Just as in England, after the school shooting that left young children dead.
When the Governor of Connecticut states, "He penetrated the building by literally shooting an entrance into the building. That's what an assault weapon can do for you", it's too late, the narrative has already been written.
Imagine the carnage if a mentally ill cook at a restaurant decided to poison the food. Clearly we need to ban restaurants.
35,600 posts and counting since 09-09-2002. tRCMB Dead Pool Commissioner.
Why is this accepted as such a universal truth? I don't remember the Columbine Killers, the VT shooter, or the Connecticut shooter writing that he was looking to be famous? We accept it as a truth, without much evidence backing it up.
Last i checked England doesn't have gun rights protected in their constitution. They try to eliminate that and about 100 million of us will revolt.
This post was edited by LoneWolfSparty 16 months ago
Maybe there should be poison control or something
But you can't go to a store and buy a bomb.
What's wrong with distinguishing between deer rifles and combat weapons?
a more correct analogy would be banning poison, but don't let truth get in the way bee...
Yep. I'm sure a law would prevent a criminal from doing something like this.
Any country where citizens bear arms shall become an enemy and threat to the United States. We need to take measures to protect our citizens!
too late, you're already revolting...
Nah. If you really want to prevent this then ban food.
Our Constitution also doesn't set limits on gun ownership and yet, we have them.
So owning 47 guns or having a Bushmaster automatic in the house isn't living in fear?
im saying it is exactly fear. we are being fed a steady diet of fear, but as many have pointed out, you have more chance of dying in a car crash than you do of being killed by a mass murderer. if you live your life to evade even the slightest hint of danger, then you probably aren't living much of a life.
i also don't think the answer to gun violence is more guns.
Welcome to stage 3 of the Hegelian dialectic.
This thread has gone full Wells
There really was no other way for it to go
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