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(WSBTV)   Home invasion ends with one of the intruders dying after leaping from one of the apartment windows. Must have been the fall guy   (wsbtv.com) divider line 8
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2012-12-20 10:44:17 AM
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2012-12-20 10:23:19 AM
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Welcome to the flip side of the gun debate. If the home owners renters hadn't been armed, who would be dead this morning?
2012-12-20 01:11:03 PM
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Amos Quito: Elegy: Came looking for the wharblegarble ban all guns crowd

(Crickets)

Hmmm.

/not sure if disappoint


These kinds of stories don't suit their agenda, so I suspect you'll find them cowering under their beds.


They have a habit of throwing out examples they don't like.

Gun owners spend millions of dollars trying to protect themselves against violent people.
When one of those violent persons hits an anti guns house, he spends millions of dollars trying to disarm us.
2012-12-20 11:19:07 AM
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Oh for crying out loud! If you've ever said the word gun outloud, you have blood on your hands!

Poor Tyrese was only passing through that apartment on his way home from getting a bag of Skittles. If they didn't let every man, woman and infant buy an automatic AK-17 than poor Tyrese would still be alive!

/oh and you're racist too!
2012-12-20 10:49:29 AM
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Dimensio: As Serious Post on Serious Thread stated, the process is "a reasonable step in crafting a longer range policy", not the total change in policy itself. Total civilian disarmament follows later.


Which would also have no effect on total violence or deaths, but that isn't really the point, is it?
2012-12-20 10:47:43 AM
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YixilTesiphon: Serious Post on Serious Thread: Too Pretty For Prison: Welcome to the flip side of the gun debate. If the home owners renters hadn't been armed, who would be dead this morning?

So you either don't understand what the 'gun debate' is about, or you don't understand 'flipside'. I suspect both.

Gun debate is not about ERM MERH GERHD NO GUNS!! It's about what a reasonable person could expect to purchase for hunting and/or home protection or whatever is deemed, again, reasonable; where said guns should be stored (ie, you wanna fire your AK? keep in a supervised locker at the range); what the reasonable screening process is for acquiring a gun; what is reasonable for clip size and fire rate and whatever the fark else makes sense.

And yes, dumabass I know, this doesn't mean 'no more gun violence evar' it means a reasonable step in crafting a longer range policy that may help reduce farkup deaths for no reason

There is no good reason to believe that any of those restrictions would have any effect on violence or deaths.


As Serious Post on Serious Thread stated, the process is "a reasonable step in crafting a longer range policy", not the total change in policy itself. Total civilian disarmament follows later.
2012-12-20 10:43:00 AM
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Serious Post on Serious Thread: Too Pretty For Prison: Welcome to the flip side of the gun debate. If the home owners renters hadn't been armed, who would be dead this morning?

So you either don't understand what the 'gun debate' is about, or you don't understand 'flipside'. I suspect both.

Gun debate is not about ERM MERH GERHD NO GUNS!! It's about what a reasonable person could expect to purchase for hunting and/or home protection or whatever is deemed, again, reasonable; where said guns should be stored (ie, you wanna fire your AK? keep in a supervised locker at the range); what the reasonable screening process is for acquiring a gun; what is reasonable for clip size and fire rate and whatever the fark else makes sense.

And yes, dumabass I know, this doesn't mean 'no more gun violence evar' it means a reasonable step in crafting a longer range policy that may help reduce farkup deaths for no reason


There is no good reason to believe that any of those restrictions would have any effect on violence or deaths.
2012-12-20 10:42:27 AM
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Serious Post on Serious Thread: Too Pretty For Prison: Welcome to the flip side of the gun debate. If the home owners renters hadn't been armed, who would be dead this morning?

So you either don't understand what the 'gun debate' is about, or you don't understand 'flipside'. I suspect both.

Gun debate is not about ERM MERH GERHD NO GUNS!! It's about what a reasonable person could expect to purchase for hunting and/or home protection or whatever is deemed, again, reasonable; where said guns should be stored (ie, you wanna fire your AK? keep in a supervised locker at the range); what the reasonable screening process is for acquiring a gun; what is reasonable for clip size and fire rate and whatever the fark else makes sense.

And yes, dumabass I know, this doesn't mean 'no more gun violence evar' it means a reasonable step in crafting a longer range policy that may help reduce farkup deaths for no reason


The problem with that thought process is, who defines what "reasonable" is? This year big brother decides 20 is a reasonable clip. And in 5 years, they say, well, you really only need 15. And so on.
I believe the gun owners are afraid of the slippery slope once the process begins.
 
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