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2012-12-15 08:09:03 PM

get real: Princess Ryans Knickers: Psycoholic_Slag: Princess Ryans Knickers: BlippityBleep: Generation_D: BlippityBleep: MrGMan: the laws didn't make a difference.

[i50.tinypic.com image 440x642]

/obligitory

Laws seem to work out better in Europe and Japan. And they smoke pot too. Straw man is straw.

okay, so what gun control measures would have prevented the Connecticut tragedy? The gun owner didn't have any mental illnesses, so what would you do?

Again, ALL news articles are indicating he HAD a mental illness. So what would you do? BTW, citation needed.


Dumb ass, the kids MOM was the gun owner, crazy boy took them from her home.

Yes, they were BOTH NRA members. Yes, she trained him how to use the guns. Yes, she took him target practicing. It's all over the news tonight. Guess you consider her a responsible gun owner for letting her obviously well known mentally deranged child use a gun and had complete access to the guns.


Link?

nypost: "She'd take them to the range a lot...Nancy was an enthusiast-so much so that she wanted to pass it on to her kids," said her former landscaper and "occasional drinking buddy" Dan Holmes. "She took her two sons to the gun ranges quite a bit to practice their aim. She was a really great shot from what she told me. Whenever I finished work and went inside to chit chat, she spoke often about her fascination with firearms. Nancy had an extensive gun collection and she was really quite proud of it."
 
2012-12-15 08:09:40 PM

NotoriousFire: Princess Ryans Knickers: NotoriousFire: Princess Ryans Knickers: Yes, they were BOTH NRA members. Yes, she trained him how to use the guns. Yes, she took him target practicing. It's all over the news tonight. Guess you consider her a responsible gun owner for letting her obviously well known mentally deranged child use a gun and had complete access to the guns.

Wasn't the shooter 20 years old? Don't call him a child - he doesn't deserve the sympathy such a statement would impart on him. He was an adult, plain and simple. A murdering adult.

So you agree that a mentally deficient MAN should not have had access to those guns?

There were already laws that restricted his access to firearms. His parent made a poor decision. Not the government. Not the Constitution. His parent. Remember that.


Yes, an NRA member made that bad decision.
 
2012-12-15 08:10:51 PM

BlippityBleep: Princess Ryans Knickers: So would you classify her as a responsible gun owner? One who knew her son, hell the entire community knew, had mental issues? That she trained her son how to use the guns and took him target practicing according to latest reports? That they were BOTH NRA members?

if you choose to have guns in the house you'd better do safety training for everybody. again, he farking killed her to get them. you can't stop that kind of crazy shiat with gun control laws.


But safety training is useless according to you! Why bother? He's going to shoot everyone anyway. Why bother with safety laws?
 
2012-12-15 08:11:31 PM

iq_in_binary: We're all evil I guess. I guess you got what you wanted.


If you support relatively unfettered access to firearms by civilians, if you support the NRA, if you oppose stronger gun control measures of the sort that almost completely prevent these sorts of massacres in other countries - then you are aiding, abetting, and facilitating evil. Yes. You are complicit in evil of the sort that occurred yesterday, occurred today, and occurs every farking day in this country.
 
2012-12-15 08:12:34 PM

Doc Daneeka: iq_in_binary: We're all evil I guess. I guess you got what you wanted.

If you support relatively unfettered access to firearms by civilians, if you support the NRA, if you oppose stronger gun control measures of the sort that almost completely prevent these sorts of massacres in other countries - then you are aiding, abetting, and facilitating evil. Yes. You are complicit in evil of the sort that occurred yesterday, occurred today, and occurs every farking day in this country.


You're right, supporting the Constitution, and it's second amendment, is evil. What were those people who made the Bill of Rights thinking. Evil, pure evil!!!!
 
2012-12-15 08:12:37 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: get real: Princess Ryans Knickers: Psycoholic_Slag: Princess Ryans Knickers: BlippityBleep: Generation_D: BlippityBleep: MrGMan: the laws didn't make a difference.

[i50.tinypic.com image 440x642]

/obligitory

Laws seem to work out better in Europe and Japan. And they smoke pot too. Straw man is straw.

okay, so what gun control measures would have prevented the Connecticut tragedy? The gun owner didn't have any mental illnesses, so what would you do?

Again, ALL news articles are indicating he HAD a mental illness. So what would you do? BTW, citation needed.


Dumb ass, the kids MOM was the gun owner, crazy boy took them from her home.

Yes, they were BOTH NRA members. Yes, she trained him how to use the guns. Yes, she took him target practicing. It's all over the news tonight. Guess you consider her a responsible gun owner for letting her obviously well known mentally deranged child use a gun and had complete access to the guns.


Link?
nypost: "She'd take them to the range a lot...Nancy was an enthusiast-so much so that she wanted to pass it on to her kids," said her former landscaper and "occasional drinking buddy" Dan Holmes. "She took her two sons to the gun ranges quite a bit to practice their aim. She was a really great shot from what she told me. Whenever I finished work and went inside to chit chat, she spoke often about her fascination with firearms. Nancy had an extensive gun collection and she was really quite proud of it."


that is not a link
 
2012-12-15 08:12:46 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: That they were BOTH NRA members?


being an NRA member means paying twenty some dollars a year, you get a plastic card, and then you get spammed by email and snailmail for more money. It doesn't even allow you to use their indoor ranges. Being an AAA member is 100x more relevant in life.

So, if the left plans on beating the drum of "NRA members did this," just know that you're being as intellectually dishonest as possible to try and get something done in an irrational way.

"It's relevant because of the irony and hypocrisy."

Black youths are gunning each other down constantly. It's a major, chronic problem. So do they need to be half-black youths or...?
 
2012-12-15 08:13:18 PM

get real: Princess Ryans Knickers: get real: Princess Ryans Knickers: Psycoholic_Slag: Princess Ryans Knickers: BlippityBleep: Generation_D: BlippityBleep: MrGMan: the laws didn't make a difference.

[i50.tinypic.com image 440x642]

/obligitory

Laws seem to work out better in Europe and Japan. And they smoke pot too. Straw man is straw.

okay, so what gun control measures would have prevented the Connecticut tragedy? The gun owner didn't have any mental illnesses, so what would you do?

Again, ALL news articles are indicating he HAD a mental illness. So what would you do? BTW, citation needed.


Dumb ass, the kids MOM was the gun owner, crazy boy took them from her home.

Yes, they were BOTH NRA members. Yes, she trained him how to use the guns. Yes, she took him target practicing. It's all over the news tonight. Guess you consider her a responsible gun owner for letting her obviously well known mentally deranged child use a gun and had complete access to the guns.


Link?
nypost: "She'd take them to the range a lot...Nancy was an enthusiast-so much so that she wanted to pass it on to her kids," said her former landscaper and "occasional drinking buddy" Dan Holmes. "She took her two sons to the gun ranges quite a bit to practice their aim. She was a really great shot from what she told me. Whenever I finished work and went inside to chit chat, she spoke often about her fascination with firearms. Nancy had an extensive gun collection and she was really quite proud of it."

that is not a link


You have Google News don't you? It's on this new fangled thing called the internet.
 
2012-12-15 08:14:23 PM

USP .45: Princess Ryans Knickers: That they were BOTH NRA members?

being an NRA member means paying twenty some dollars a year, you get a plastic card, and then you get spammed by email and snailmail for more money. It doesn't even allow you to use their indoor ranges. Being an AAA member is 100x more relevant in life.

So, if the left plans on beating the drum of "NRA members did this," just know that you're being as intellectually dishonest as possible to try and get something done in an irrational way.

"It's relevant because of the irony and hypocrisy."

Black youths are gunning each other down constantly. It's a major, chronic problem. So do they need to be half-black youths or...?


So you don't deny that a mentally deficient and troubled man should have had no access to the guns and that the law should be changed to prevent that and unify the gun laws across all states to prevent future tragedy?
 
2012-12-15 08:14:44 PM

NotoriousFire: Doc Daneeka: iq_in_binary: We're all evil I guess. I guess you got what you wanted.

If you support relatively unfettered access to firearms by civilians, if you support the NRA, if you oppose stronger gun control measures of the sort that almost completely prevent these sorts of massacres in other countries - then you are aiding, abetting, and facilitating evil. Yes. You are complicit in evil of the sort that occurred yesterday, occurred today, and occurs every farking day in this country.

You're right, supporting the Constitution, and it's second amendment, is evil. What were those people who made the Bill of Rights thinking. Evil, pure evil!!!!


blogs.discovermagazine.com
 
2012-12-15 08:15:39 PM
If you "support" the Second Amendment, you support the "well regulated" part of it. End of story. Otherwise you are pissing on the Constitution and are NOT a Real American.
 
2012-12-15 08:16:52 PM
Why do I feel the need to buy a gun to protect myself from the gun owners?
 
2012-12-15 08:18:11 PM

USP .45: Princess Ryans Knickers: That they were BOTH NRA members?

being an NRA member means paying twenty some dollars a year, you get a plastic card, and then you get spammed by email and snailmail for more money. It doesn't even allow you to use their indoor ranges. Being an AAA member is 100x more relevant in life.

So, if the left plans on beating the drum of "NRA members did this," just know that you're being as intellectually dishonest as possible to try and get something done in an irrational way.

"It's relevant because of the irony and hypocrisy."


Black youths are gunning each other down constantly. It's a major, chronic problem. So do they need to be half-black youths or...?


Just asking, I hope you can tell me, how many NRA members have killed people? I tried looking it up, thanks
 
2012-12-15 08:18:44 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: If you "support" the Second Amendment, you support the "well regulated" part of it. End of story. Otherwise you are pissing on the Constitution and are NOT a Real American.


Um, re-read the Second Amendment. Well regulated militia... not well regulated gun control laws. Unless your version says something different. You know, different than the one the US Supreme Court ruled on several years ago...
 
2012-12-15 08:19:07 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: If you "support" the Second Amendment, you support the "well regulated" part of it. End of story. Otherwise you are pissing on the Constitution and are NOT a Real American.


HURRRR MY INANE ARGUMENTS WERE CRUSHED BY EVERY LEGAL SCHOLAR WORTHY OF THE DESIGNATION AND NOW I'M REDUCED TO CRYING ON FARK
 
2012-12-15 08:19:27 PM

NotoriousFire: Doc Daneeka: iq_in_binary: We're all evil I guess. I guess you got what you wanted.

If you support relatively unfettered access to firearms by civilians, if you support the NRA, if you oppose stronger gun control measures of the sort that almost completely prevent these sorts of massacres in other countries - then you are aiding, abetting, and facilitating evil. Yes. You are complicit in evil of the sort that occurred yesterday, occurred today, and occurs every farking day in this country.

You're right, supporting the Constitution, and it's second amendment, is evil. What were those people who made the Bill of Rights thinking. Evil, pure evil!!!!


The Constitution originally supported the system of slavery. It defined slaves as 3/5 of a citizen. It denied voting rights to all but white males. At one time, the Constitution prohibited Americans from drinking alcohol.

Just because something is written in the Constitution doesn't make it right. And when it's wrong, it needs to be changed.
 
2012-12-15 08:19:49 PM

NotoriousFire: Princess Ryans Knickers: If you "support" the Second Amendment, you support the "well regulated" part of it. End of story. Otherwise you are pissing on the Constitution and are NOT a Real American.

Um, re-read the Second Amendment. Well regulated militia... not well regulated gun control laws. Unless your version says something different. You know, different than the one the US Supreme Court ruled on several years ago...


Ah but the NRA has argued, successfully along with the GOP that the militia is the People.
 
2012-12-15 08:20:16 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: get real: Princess Ryans Knickers: get real: Princess Ryans Knickers: Psycoholic_Slag: Princess Ryans Knickers: BlippityBleep: Generation_D: BlippityBleep: MrGMan: the laws didn't make a difference.

[i50.tinypic.com image 440x642]

/obligitory

Laws seem to work out better in Europe and Japan. And they smoke pot too. Straw man is straw.

okay, so what gun control measures would have prevented the Connecticut tragedy? The gun owner didn't have any mental illnesses, so what would you do?

Again, ALL news articles are indicating he HAD a mental illness. So what would you do? BTW, citation needed.


Dumb ass, the kids MOM was the gun owner, crazy boy took them from her home.

Yes, they were BOTH NRA members. Yes, she trained him how to use the guns. Yes, she took him target practicing. It's all over the news tonight. Guess you consider her a responsible gun owner for letting her obviously well known mentally deranged child use a gun and had complete access to the guns.


Link?
nypost: "She'd take them to the range a lot...Nancy was an enthusiast-so much so that she wanted to pass it on to her kids," said her former landscaper and "occasional drinking buddy" Dan Holmes. "She took her two sons to the gun ranges quite a bit to practice their aim. She was a really great shot from what she told me. Whenever I finished work and went inside to chit chat, she spoke often about her fascination with firearms. Nancy had an extensive gun collection and she was really quite proud of it."

that is not a link

You have Google News don't you? It's on this new fangled thing called the internet.


You don't know how to link, pathetic
 
2012-12-15 08:20:23 PM
Sure is a good thing everyone is armed.
 
2012-12-15 08:20:25 PM

get real: USP .45: Princess Ryans Knickers: That they were BOTH NRA members?

being an NRA member means paying twenty some dollars a year, you get a plastic card, and then you get spammed by email and snailmail for more money. It doesn't even allow you to use their indoor ranges. Being an AAA member is 100x more relevant in life.

So, if the left plans on beating the drum of "NRA members did this," just know that you're being as intellectually dishonest as possible to try and get something done in an irrational way.

"It's relevant because of the irony and hypocrisy."


Black youths are gunning each other down constantly. It's a major, chronic problem. So do they need to be half-black youths or...?

Just asking, I hope you can tell me, how many NRA members have killed people? I tried looking it up, thanks


I don't know, how many blacks have killed people? How many gays? How many muslims?
 
2012-12-15 08:20:42 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: So you don't deny that a mentally deficient and troubled man should have had no access to the guns and that the law should be changed to prevent that and unify the gun laws across all states to prevent future tragedy?


He tried to buy a firearm earlier in the week and was denied......

The system works.
 
2012-12-15 08:21:04 PM
It's kinda sad to know that these assholes are going to be the primary catalyst in the redefinition of our primary and basic freedoms all across the board, not just the 2nd Amendment.

It's even sadder that children had to die for this sort of change to happen.
 
2012-12-15 08:21:24 PM

PainfulItching: Why do I feel the need to buy a gun to protect myself from the gun owners?


It's a conspiracy by the gun manufactures to increase sales. You buy a gun in fear of the gun owners. So then you are now a gun owner who other people will fear and buy their own guns. Then those people become gun owners and they are feared by others...and on...and on...and on. Pretty soon the entire nation will be broke gun owners, and the gun manufactures will be retiring in the Bahamas will all of our money. Kind of genius if you think about it.
 
2012-12-15 08:22:15 PM
For all the anti-"gun control" folks I've engaged so far that keep talking about how the guns should have been properly stored away "per law" .. you are admitting that you are in favor of gun control laws. Any law. Any law that makes you do a background check, get a license, store the gun safely, and so forth is a gun control law. So which is it? Are you against the safety and well being of the community or against it? Oh, and Jesus would have been against guns for did he not say to lay down the swords?
 
2012-12-15 08:22:35 PM
EXCUSE ME, don't quote things I did not say
 
2012-12-15 08:23:00 PM

Giltric: Princess Ryans Knickers: So you don't deny that a mentally deficient and troubled man should have had no access to the guns and that the law should be changed to prevent that and unify the gun laws across all states to prevent future tragedy?

He tried to buy a firearm earlier in the week and was denied......

The system works.


Not in any news article. At all. Good try.
 
2012-12-15 08:23:16 PM
Meanwhile, in Switzerland...
 
2012-12-15 08:24:00 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: BlippityBleep: Princess Ryans Knickers: So would you classify her as a responsible gun owner? One who knew her son, hell the entire community knew, had mental issues? That she trained her son how to use the guns and took him target practicing according to latest reports? That they were BOTH NRA members?

if you choose to have guns in the house you'd better do safety training for everybody. again, he farking killed her to get them. you can't stop that kind of crazy shiat with gun control laws.

But safety training is useless according to you! Why bother? He's going to shoot everyone anyway. Why bother with safety laws?


lolwut when did i say safety training is useless? are we making stuff up now? this isn't a gun control issue, this is a mental health issue.
 
2012-12-15 08:25:40 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: Not in any news article. At all. Good try.


Actually it was, in a news article. Here's one of many:

http://www.mediaite.com/tv/reports-lanza-attempted-to-buy-rifle-days- b efore-shooting-was-denied/
 
2012-12-15 08:25:59 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: Giltric: Princess Ryans Knickers: So you don't deny that a mentally deficient and troubled man should have had no access to the guns and that the law should be changed to prevent that and unify the gun laws across all states to prevent future tragedy?

He tried to buy a firearm earlier in the week and was denied......

The system works.

Not in any news article. At all. Good try.


CNN.com. Front page bullet. You may have heard of CNN before, it's this small news establishment...
 
2012-12-15 08:26:08 PM
Here's what I get from the anarchist gun pushers in this thread:

The school shouldn't have bothered having a police officer on site as something would have happened anyway. The school shouldn't have bothered to lock the front door as obviously bad things still have a chance of happening. Why bother with any criminal laws? Something will happen. Safety devices being required on cars? Who needs them? No reason to have any food safety regulations as people still get sick! Hey, what's this medicine crap? Going to die anyway.
 
2012-12-15 08:26:28 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: Giltric: Princess Ryans Knickers: So you don't deny that a mentally deficient and troubled man should have had no access to the guns and that the law should be changed to prevent that and unify the gun laws across all states to prevent future tragedy?

He tried to buy a firearm earlier in the week and was denied......

The system works.

Not in any news article. At all. Good try.


Put down the Highlights magazine and try using a real news source or search engine.
 
2012-12-15 08:27:26 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: Giltric: Princess Ryans Knickers: So you don't deny that a mentally deficient and troubled man should have had no access to the guns and that the law should be changed to prevent that and unify the gun laws across all states to prevent future tragedy?

He tried to buy a firearm earlier in the week and was denied......

The system works.

Not in any news article. At all. Good try.


"Officials also told NBC News that Lanza unsuccessfully tried to buy a rifle at a Dick's Sporting Goods store in Danbury three days before the slaughter, but later said they could not confirm the report, which was based on information from members of the public."

Link

yup it's right there, maybe needs a followup to confirm, but it's in articles out there.
 
2012-12-15 08:27:39 PM

Gleeman: Meanwhile, in Switzerland...


Weird. I wonder what sets America apart from other first world countries that allows for all of these mass shootings.......
 
2012-12-15 08:27:46 PM
Why did they take the victims, who were in the hospital, to another hospital for treatment? This doesn't make any sense.
 
2012-12-15 08:27:55 PM

NotoriousFire: Princess Ryans Knickers: Giltric: Princess Ryans Knickers: So you don't deny that a mentally deficient and troubled man should have had no access to the guns and that the law should be changed to prevent that and unify the gun laws across all states to prevent future tragedy?

He tried to buy a firearm earlier in the week and was denied......

The system works.

Not in any news article. At all. Good try.

CNN.com. Front page bullet. You may have heard of CNN before, it's this small news establishment...


"have been investigated and are not accurate"
 
2012-12-15 08:29:23 PM

SirFire: Why did they take the victims, who were in the hospital, to another hospital for treatment? This doesn't make any sense.


depends on the hospital....some hospitals are better suited for GSW than others.
 
2012-12-15 08:30:11 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: "have been investigated and are not accurate"


Link/Citation? It's clearly on the front page, without that little tidbit you made up. As well as in numerous other citations, as linked above.
 
2012-12-15 08:31:01 PM

BlippityBleep: Princess Ryans Knickers: Giltric: Princess Ryans Knickers: So you don't deny that a mentally deficient and troubled man should have had no access to the guns and that the law should be changed to prevent that and unify the gun laws across all states to prevent future tragedy?

He tried to buy a firearm earlier in the week and was denied......

The system works.

Not in any news article. At all. Good try.

"Officials also told NBC News that Lanza unsuccessfully tried to buy a rifle at a Dick's Sporting Goods store in Danbury three days before the slaughter, but later said they could not confirm the report, which was based on information from members of the public."

Link

yup it's right there, maybe needs a followup to confirm, but it's in articles out there.


"have been investigated and are not accurate"

Gee, if only there were some kind of.. gun control law.. that could have required this NRA member to lock up her guns so he would have had no access. Some kind of ... gun control law.. that would have kept her from taking him to the shooting range according to friends to teach him how to shoot. If only there were some kind of... gun control law... that would keep people with mental issues from getting guns. Sounds like you are in FAVOR of gun control laws.
 
2012-12-15 08:31:01 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: So you don't deny that a mentally deficient and troubled man should have had no access to the guns and that the law should be changed to prevent that and unify the gun laws across all states to prevent future tragedy?


If the mother wasn't the victim, she'd be totally liable as this point. As far as blanket law to address specifically what happened? Difficult unless you want to get radical, and I mean radical like infringing upon personal property, medical privacy, and probable cause/4th Amendment rights.
 
2012-12-15 08:32:16 PM

USP .45: Princess Ryans Knickers: So you don't deny that a mentally deficient and troubled man should have had no access to the guns and that the law should be changed to prevent that and unify the gun laws across all states to prevent future tragedy?

If the mother wasn't the victim, she'd be totally liable as this point. As far as blanket law to address specifically what happened? Difficult unless you want to get radical, and I mean radical like infringing upon personal property, medical privacy, and probable cause/4th Amendment rights.


So you are in FAVOR of gun control laws infriginging on her personal property, privacy, and land rights to teach her kids how to use guns. Good to know.
 
2012-12-15 08:32:53 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: BlippityBleep: Princess Ryans Knickers: Giltric: Princess Ryans Knickers: So you don't deny that a mentally deficient and troubled man should have had no access to the guns and that the law should be changed to prevent that and unify the gun laws across all states to prevent future tragedy?

He tried to buy a firearm earlier in the week and was denied......

The system works.

Not in any news article. At all. Good try.

"Officials also told NBC News that Lanza unsuccessfully tried to buy a rifle at a Dick's Sporting Goods store in Danbury three days before the slaughter, but later said they could not confirm the report, which was based on information from members of the public."

Link

yup it's right there, maybe needs a followup to confirm, but it's in articles out there.

"have been investigated and are not accurate"

Gee, if only there were some kind of.. gun control law.. that could have required this NRA member to lock up her guns so he would have had no access. Some kind of ... gun control law.. that would have kept her from taking him to the shooting range according to friends to teach him how to shoot. If only there were some kind of... gun control law... that would keep people with mental issues from getting guns. Sounds like you are in FAVOR of gun control laws.


Are you saying she left her firearms out in the open?

Do you have a citation cause google doesn't list any articles.
 
2012-12-15 08:33:29 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: USP .45: Princess Ryans Knickers: So you don't deny that a mentally deficient and troubled man should have had no access to the guns and that the law should be changed to prevent that and unify the gun laws across all states to prevent future tragedy?

If the mother wasn't the victim, she'd be totally liable as this point. As far as blanket law to address specifically what happened? Difficult unless you want to get radical, and I mean radical like infringing upon personal property, medical privacy, and probable cause/4th Amendment rights.

So you are in FAVOR of gun control laws infriginging on her personal property, privacy, and land rights to teach her kids how to use guns. Good to know.


An entire population's liberties should be restricted to prevent a few bad apples from behaving inappropriately! I bet you really, really love the Patriot Act...
 
2012-12-15 08:33:56 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: NotoriousFire: Princess Ryans Knickers: Giltric: Princess Ryans Knickers: So you don't deny that a mentally deficient and troubled man should have had no access to the guns and that the law should be changed to prevent that and unify the gun laws across all states to prevent future tragedy?

He tried to buy a firearm earlier in the week and was denied......

The system works.

Not in any news article. At all. Good try.

CNN.com. Front page bullet. You may have heard of CNN before, it's this small news establishment...

"have been investigated and are not accurate"


where is that? lots of articles are saying he tried to buy it and i haven't found one that said it was false yet. link plz.
 
2012-12-15 08:34:06 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: Gee, if only there were some kind of.. gun control law.. that could have required this NRA member to lock up her guns so he would have had no access. Some kind of ... gun control law.. that would have kept her from taking him to the shooting range according to friends to teach him how to shoot. If only there were some kind of... gun control law... that would keep people with mental issues from getting guns. Sounds like you are in FAVOR of gun control laws.


I don't think many of us in these threads have said we're against all gun control. We're just against the kind that punishes the law abiding for the actions of the lawless.
 
2012-12-15 08:34:35 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: USP .45: Princess Ryans Knickers: So you don't deny that a mentally deficient and troubled man should have had no access to the guns and that the law should be changed to prevent that and unify the gun laws across all states to prevent future tragedy?

If the mother wasn't the victim, she'd be totally liable as this point. As far as blanket law to address specifically what happened? Difficult unless you want to get radical, and I mean radical like infringing upon personal property, medical privacy, and probable cause/4th Amendment rights.

So you are in FAVOR of gun control laws infriginging on her personal property, privacy, and land rights to teach her kids how to use guns. Good to know.


Wow man you are burning that alt on both ends, I hope you have another with an earlier registration date to try again with.
 
2012-12-15 08:34:37 PM

NotoriousFire: Princess Ryans Knickers: "have been investigated and are not accurate"

Link/Citation? It's clearly on the front page, without that little tidbit you made up. As well as in numerous other citations, as linked above.


There are no other "citations" listed. They have their older articles and ones that deal with other aspects like listing the names of the little children that Jesus told you to protect and care for. For as Jesus said unto you, "blessed be the little ones and for however you treat them is how you will be rewarded in Heaven. You don't want to go to Hell do you?
 
2012-12-15 08:35:15 PM

Giltric: Princess Ryans Knickers: USP .45: Princess Ryans Knickers: So you don't deny that a mentally deficient and troubled man should have had no access to the guns and that the law should be changed to prevent that and unify the gun laws across all states to prevent future tragedy?

If the mother wasn't the victim, she'd be totally liable as this point. As far as blanket law to address specifically what happened? Difficult unless you want to get radical, and I mean radical like infringing upon personal property, medical privacy, and probable cause/4th Amendment rights.

So you are in FAVOR of gun control laws infriginging on her personal property, privacy, and land rights to teach her kids how to use guns. Good to know.

Wow man you are burning that alt on both ends, I hope you have another with an earlier registration date to try again with.


What alt?
 
2012-12-15 08:36:28 PM

Kit Fister: Princess Ryans Knickers: Gee, if only there were some kind of.. gun control law.. that could have required this NRA member to lock up her guns so he would have had no access. Some kind of ... gun control law.. that would have kept her from taking him to the shooting range according to friends to teach him how to shoot. If only there were some kind of... gun control law... that would keep people with mental issues from getting guns. Sounds like you are in FAVOR of gun control laws.

I don't think many of us in these threads have said we're against all gun control. We're just against the kind that punishes the law abiding for the actions of the lawless.


And yet... were either his mother or him lawless? There is no criminal record for either of them according to the police. You do understand that in the vast majority of these cases the white male (nearly always) has a sparkly clean history?
 
2012-12-15 08:36:59 PM

Princess Ryans Knickers: NotoriousFire: Princess Ryans Knickers: "have been investigated and are not accurate"

Link/Citation? It's clearly on the front page, without that little tidbit you made up. As well as in numerous other citations, as linked above.

There are no other "citations" listed. They have their older articles and ones that deal with other aspects like listing the names of the little children that Jesus told you to protect and care for. For as Jesus said unto you, "blessed be the little ones and for however you treat them is how you will be rewarded in Heaven. You don't want to go to Hell do you?


So you admit you have no citation to counter the numerous citations that mention the shooter tried to buy a firearm, but was restricted due to law. Thanks for admitting it.
 
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