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2014-06-26 07:57:38 PM

Secret Master of All Flatulence: You understand the concept of "substitution", right?

If somebody wants to kill a bunch of people, they'll find a way to do so. Just ask Tim McVeigh, the 9/11 hijackers, et cetera.


In other countries most mentally ill people just jump off the bridge or OD on pills. Very few of them have the opportunity to grab a gun and start shooting. And they aren't surrounded by a huge industry and culture which glorifies guns. If your theory had any legs then we'd be seeing frequent mass stabbings and poisonings and bombings by criminals and crazy people in countries where guns are less available. And we don't. It's the guns.

feckingmorons: Of course Anders Behring Breivik might disagree with you about gun deaths and gun control. In Norway gun ownership is prohibited unless you have a documented need for the gun. That doesn't work either.


Well, thank you for selecting one highly unusual incident and trying to compare it to something that happens weekly in the US. People who really want anything will find it. And people who are absolutely surrounded by and desensitized to something will use it without really thinking about the consequences. If America was not awash in guns, with gun shops and gun shows and firing ranges and gun magazines and advertising and heavy lobbying from the gun industry financing your local politician's re-election, and the NRA, do you think people would turn to guns so quickly?
 
2014-06-26 08:01:33 PM

stan unusual: Giltric: whatshisname: feckingmorons: Guns aren't the problem, guns in the hands of criminals and the mentally ill are the problem. If we can stop that we will have made a substantial dent in gun crime, and gun related murders.

There are criminal and mentally ill people everywhere. Guess what? In countries where they don't have free and easy access to guns, gun crimes and deaths are a fraction of what they are in the US.

It's a gun problem. And to try and ignore it by pointing at something else is just willful ignorance.

The gun laws in other countries are not as restrictive as you think.

We have more restrictive gun laws than many European countries.

You can own full auto machine guns and suppressors bought off the shelf instead of hopping through hoops submitting paperwork and waiting 9 months for a tax stamp and background check like you do here.

Go ahead and name a European country that permits off the shelf sale of fully automatic weapons without a background check or license.  Don't worry, we'll wait.


You realize that you can't buy a fully automatic weapon in the US 'off the shelf' right?

I have one and there was quite a regulatory and tax burden.
 
2014-06-26 08:22:28 PM

feckingmorons: stan unusual: Giltric: whatshisname: feckingmorons: Guns aren't the problem, guns in the hands of criminals and the mentally ill are the problem. If we can stop that we will have made a substantial dent in gun crime, and gun related murders.

There are criminal and mentally ill people everywhere. Guess what? In countries where they don't have free and easy access to guns, gun crimes and deaths are a fraction of what they are in the US.

It's a gun problem. And to try and ignore it by pointing at something else is just willful ignorance.

The gun laws in other countries are not as restrictive as you think.

We have more restrictive gun laws than many European countries.

You can own full auto machine guns and suppressors bought off the shelf instead of hopping through hoops submitting paperwork and waiting 9 months for a tax stamp and background check like you do here.

Go ahead and name a European country that permits off the shelf sale of fully automatic weapons without a background check or license.  Don't worry, we'll wait.

You realize that you can't buy a fully automatic weapon in the US 'off the shelf' right?

I have one and there was quite a regulatory and tax burden.


That wasn't what you claimed and even if you try to backfill by claiming that "off the shelf" applied only to suppressors your claim that you laws in Europe regarding fully auto machine guns are less restrictive than ours fails.  There is just as much, if not more,  paperwork, taxes and background checks to be done in those countries and unlike the US those laws usually require a showing of need.  But if you can name an example of a European country that permits its citizens to purchase a fully automatic weapon without a background check for their private use, I'm all ears.  I'll save you some time though- Switzerland does permit militia members to purchase their STG's after they leave the service, but only after they are converted to semi-auto action only.
 
2014-06-26 08:24:26 PM

stan unusual: Giltric: whatshisname: feckingmorons: Guns aren't the problem, guns in the hands of criminals and the mentally ill are the problem. If we can stop that we will have made a substantial dent in gun crime, and gun related murders.

There are criminal and mentally ill people everywhere. Guess what? In countries where they don't have free and easy access to guns, gun crimes and deaths are a fraction of what they are in the US.

It's a gun problem. And to try and ignore it by pointing at something else is just willful ignorance.

The gun laws in other countries are not as restrictive as you think.

We have more restrictive gun laws than many European countries.

You can own full auto machine guns and suppressors bought off the shelf instead of hopping through hoops submitting paperwork and waiting 9 months for a tax stamp and background check like you do here.

Go ahead and name a European country that permits off the shelf sale of fully automatic weapons without a background check or license.  Don't worry, we'll wait.


Italy.

Czech Republic
 
2014-06-26 08:24:34 PM

whatshisname: Well, thank you for selecting one highly unusual incident


Is it your contention that mass murders involving firearms and the mentally ill are commonplace in the US?

Did you forget Dunblane, Scotland (16 school children murdered and their teacher, 1996) or Sang-Namdo, South Korea(57 killed, 38 injured, lunatic policeman 1982), Luxiol, France (14, 1989) , Montreal, Canada (14 @ University of Montreal 1989), Port Arthur, Tasmania, Australia (35 killed in tourist resorts, 1996), Kauhajoki, Finland (10 killed at a school, 2008), Stuttgart, Germany (9 students and 3 teachers at a school, 2009), Cumbria County UK, (12 killed, 11 injured, 2010) Oslo (and Utoeya Island), Norway (77 killed, 2011).

As to your first point, we don't have mass shootings weekly, you just want to think we do to justify your outrage.

You also seem to think guns are the only weapons used in mass murders. Just yesterday there was a bombing in Nigeria that killed 21. On June 17th Nigeria also had a bombing that killed 14 people.

Mass stabbings happen too, the University of Calgary stabbing in April of this year that left five people dead. Last month in Taipei a mass stabbing on the subway left four dead and 24 people injured.

Unfortunately we also have deadly mass stabbings in schools like the one in Spring, Texas in September of last year that left one student dead three others wounded.

Remember Elliott Rodger from Isla Vista, California last month, he stabbed half of his victims to death and murdered the other half with a gun.

Is it not clear to you yet that guns aren't the problem, lunatics are the problem?
 
2014-06-26 08:33:38 PM

stan unusual: Giltric: Loreweaver: onyxruby: dookdookdook: Fair enough. How about we agree to begin by restricting gun ownership for psychotics, sociopaths, and admitted tea partiers

If someone is crazy enough they shouldn't have a gun than they are crazy enough to be locked in a mental ward as representing a danger to themselves or others. I'm no tea party sympathizer, but the idea of restricting rights based on political party affiliation strikes me as a very nazi like attitude.

Well, considering Tea Party members have demonstrated time and again that they are a danger to the public (good), I'd say it's pretty reasonable to restrict their access on the merits of mental illness.

Which ones do you consider tea party types?

Hell even the instigator of Feinsteins PTSD was not a tea party type. It was a democrat that killed Moscone and Milk.


Nidal Hasan - Ft Hood Shooter: Registered Democrat and Muslim.
Aaron Alexis, Navy Yard shooter - black liberal/Obama voter
Seung-Hui Cho - Virginia Tech shooter: Wrote hate mail to President Bush and to his staff, registered Democrat.
James Holmes - the "Dark Knight"/Colorado shooter: Registered Democrat, staff worker on the Obama campaign, #Occupy guy,progressive liberal, hated Christians.
Amy Bishop, the rabid leftist, killed her colleagues in Alabama, Obama supporter.
Andrew J. Stack, flew plane into IRS building in Texas - Leftist Democrat
James J. Lee who was the "green activist"/ leftist took hostages at Discovery Channel - progressive liberal Democrat.
Jared Loughner, the Tucson shooter - Leftist, Marxist.
Ohio bomb plot derps were occupy Wall St leftists.
Harris and Klebold, the Columbine Shooters - families registered Democrats and progressive Leftists.
Lee Harvey Oswald, Socialist, Communist and Democrat - killed Kennedy...
Karl Pierson, Hated the GOP, Christians and was anti gun. (the media even went back and scrubbed their articles where his friends and family described him as radical socialist)

Derptastic job of adding new sp ...


Stack hated Bush, the bailouts, big corporations, CEOs, and Health Insurance companies....and the church.

But I guess thats all outweighed by the taxes thing?

What if I told you he felt the wealthy didnt pay enough and he paid too much?

Does that still make him a tea party type?

You ever actually read about him or just left wing drivel about how he was a tea partier in the form of FWD:FWD:FWD:FWD emails?

I notice you didnt refute the rest of the list.

Now don't be sad......cause 1 out of eleven aint bad.

Lanza was profiled by his forum postings.
 
2014-06-26 09:11:29 PM

Firethorn: Stabbing somebody 5-6 times takes what, 2-3 seconds?  He could have seen the guy pulling the gun and decided to run, to which the CCW'er responded by chasing.  Doesn't mean that he didn't stop the attack.


Really 2-3 seconds? What fantasy world do you live in that you can score 5-6 hits on three different body parts on an adult trying to defend themselves in 2-3 seconds? Five to Six stab wounds is probably more than I would ever expect to get in on anyone I attacked in broad daylight when other people are present. When you here of people getting stabbed 20+ times it's not in a public setting like a gas station.

Suggesting he stopped the attack is pure fantasy, the reporter who had for more information than us didn't say he stopped the attack, didn't say he interfered with the stabbing, didn't say he pulled his gun and yelled anything, all he says he did was chase him down. So where other than your own arsehole are you getting information that he stopped the attack?

I think I've already stated several times, chasing him down was probably the least helpful thing he could have done. There is a stab victim lying on the floor with multiple serious wounds, I better go stop that guy with the knife? I'm perfecting willing to cut him slack. Shiat happens and you react, you don't always think, he didn't randomly start firing which I think is awesome, I'm just don't think he stopped the attack. Good on him if he did, I could be wrong, but you currently haven't produced any evidence that I am, please do so if you're going to keep insisting he stopped the attack.
 
2014-06-26 09:12:16 PM
Oops, used "here" instead of "hear" sorry.
 
2014-06-26 09:49:02 PM

feckingmorons:

Is it your contention that mass murders involving firearms and the mentally ill are commonplace in the US?


Is it not clear to you yet that guns aren't the problem, lunatics are the problem?

feckingmorons: Is it your contention that mass murders involving firearms and the mentally ill are commonplace in the US?

Did you forget Dunblane, Scotland

.......

And again, you cherry-pick a number of highly unusual incidents from many countries, lump them all together and try to claim these sort of incidents are common in other places. They aren't. They may happen once every few years. And gun-related deaths in other countries are several orders of magnitude below those in the US.

I think the problem is that Americans are so desensitized to guns they really have no idea how other countries function without them. They are so commonplace that they can't possibly be the problem. Or perhaps they've become such a crutch that you can't imagine life without them, and choose to kid yourself about their real consequences?
 
2014-06-26 10:01:59 PM

whatshisname: and try to claim these sort of incidents are common in other places.


I never said they were common, you made the assertion that we have one every week in the US. We don't.

What country do you think functions without guns? Syria? Iraq? Russia? Ukraine? Mexico? Haiti? Turks and Caicos? Upper Volta? '

I think the problem is that you feel guns are somehow bad, that guns run about shooting people, that guns cause violence. None of those are true, but you've been led to believe guns=bad by some community organizer and you're wont to continue that indefensible belief.

/yes I know, Burkina Faso.
 
2014-06-26 10:09:26 PM

feckingmorons: you've been led to believe guns=bad by some community organizer and you're wont to continue that indefensible belief.


Nobody's led me to believe anything. The evidence is clear.
Show me that guns = good for the US compared to other, similar, countries then. Not terrorists in Nigeria, or militias in Ukraine or drug cartels in Mexico. What benefits have they brought you?
 
2014-06-26 11:21:40 PM

whatshisname: feckingmorons: you've been led to believe guns=bad by some community organizer and you're wont to continue that indefensible belief.

Nobody's led me to believe anything. The evidence is clear.
Show me that guns = good for the US compared to other, similar, countries then. Not terrorists in Nigeria, or militias in Ukraine or drug cartels in Mexico. What benefits have they brought you?


When I was a police officer guns encouraged several people not to try to kill me. When I go hunting they help me provide food for my table.

I think you're drawing a false dichotomy. It is not guns are good for a country or guns are bad for a country. Guns are neither good nor bad, people are. Honduras leads the world in gun violence. Hong Kong is among the lowest, if not the lowest in gun violence, yet in both countries ownership of a firearm requires almost identical licensing and ownership requirements based on the law.

You mentioned similar countries. I think Canada is about the most similar. As we've seen in recent news Canada has gun crime, police officers murdered and even priests shot in the rectory in the last month or so. Canada is unfortunately not immune to gun crime. All of Canada's provinces and territories have a gun licensing system in which one must study and pass a test in order to purchase a gun. Excluded, of course, are children, criminals, the mentally ill, etc.

Canada had for quite some time a firearms registry in which all guns had to be registered, records were kept and it was used as a crime prevention tool by the police. It was an abyssmal failure and the registry of non-restricted firearms has been disbanded as being ineffective and outrageously expensive. (Except for Quebec which is suing because they don't want to destroy the existing records are required by the law repealing portions of the registry.) Are guns good or bad for Canada? As I noted a priest was murdered in Edmonton in early May by someone who was apparently crazy.

Three police officers were murdered as well in early June in Moncton.

Last month Toronto police made fifty arrests in a gang, drug, and gun round up. Sure, Toronto is no Chicago when it comes to gun crimes, but oddly Toronto has less restrictive gun laws.

Guns are not the problem, criminals and lunatics are the problem.
 
2014-06-26 11:27:02 PM

feckingmorons: Guns are not the problem, criminals and lunatics are the problem.


If you say something enough times it has to be true.
 
2014-06-27 12:23:00 AM

whatshisname: feckingmorons: Guns are not the problem, criminals and lunatics are the problem.

If you say something enough times it has to be true.


Do you truly think crime involving guns is not the fault of the criminals?

Do you think mentally ill should have access to guns? Do you honestly think guns cause crime more than knives, or spoons, or tacos?
 
2014-06-27 12:35:35 AM

Giltric: stan unusual: Giltric: Loreweaver: onyxruby: dookdookdook: Fair enough. How about we agree to begin by restricting gun ownership for psychotics, sociopaths, and admitted tea partiers

If someone is crazy enough they shouldn't have a gun than they are crazy enough to be locked in a mental ward as representing a danger to themselves or others. I'm no tea party sympathizer, but the idea of restricting rights based on political party affiliation strikes me as a very nazi like attitude.

Well, considering Tea Party members have demonstrated time and again that they are a danger to the public (good), I'd say it's pretty reasonable to restrict their access on the merits of mental illness.

Which ones do you consider tea party types?

Hell even the instigator of Feinsteins PTSD was not a tea party type. It was a democrat that killed Moscone and Milk.


Nidal Hasan - Ft Hood Shooter: Registered Democrat and Muslim.
Aaron Alexis, Navy Yard shooter - black liberal/Obama voter
Seung-Hui Cho - Virginia Tech shooter: Wrote hate mail to President Bush and to his staff, registered Democrat.
James Holmes - the "Dark Knight"/Colorado shooter: Registered Democrat, staff worker on the Obama campaign, #Occupy guy,progressive liberal, hated Christians.
Amy Bishop, the rabid leftist, killed her colleagues in Alabama, Obama supporter.
Andrew J. Stack, flew plane into IRS building in Texas - Leftist Democrat
James J. Lee who was the "green activist"/ leftist took hostages at Discovery Channel - progressive liberal Democrat.
Jared Loughner, the Tucson shooter - Leftist, Marxist.
Ohio bomb plot derps were occupy Wall St leftists.
Harris and Klebold, the Columbine Shooters - families registered Democrats and progressive Leftists.
Lee Harvey Oswald, Socialist, Communist and Democrat - killed Kennedy...
Karl Pierson, Hated the GOP, Christians and was anti gun. (the media even went back and scrubbed their articles where his friends and family described him as radical socialist)

Derptastic job of ...


More than one numbnutz- There's no way that Nidal Hassan could have registering as a Democrat  since Virginia doesn't register voters by party, and there is no record of him changing his permanent residency and voting in Texas. Fail #2  Seung Soo Choi wasn't a citizen and couldn't register to vote.  Fail #3 Harris and Klebold no proof of parents political affiliations or voter registration Fail 34 and #5.  Jared Loughner registered Independent Fail #6. James Holmes wasn't registered to vote- even Breitbart had to eventually admit it when they were busted on it by other news organizations: Fail #7  http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/07/20/Exclusive-Dark-Kni g ht-Shooting-Suspect-James-Holmes-Registered-Democrat
Get the drift or do you need to be beaten over the head with each and every one of your fails?
 
2014-06-27 12:50:11 AM
The rights of store owners - and home owners too, by the way - in no way trump the holy Second Amendment rights of whoever decides to wander onto their "property".
 
2014-06-27 01:09:47 AM
Dear gun grabbers,

I carry a gun. If one store doesn't want my business there are plenty more stores that do. Sometimes I even take my fully automatic machine gun with me when I go to the store. Its perfectly legal.

Rest easy.
 
2014-06-27 01:22:54 AM
The same goes for the craven owners of that theater in Aurora, Colorado who posted "No Guns" signs just because one possibly errant but perfectly legal gun-owner (so the gun-grabbers allege) perhaps had mistakenly and accidentally discharged a properly-obtained and well-maintained firearm, supposedly injuring some of his (unfortunately unarmed) fellow movie-goers.
 
2014-06-27 02:45:45 AM

BuckTurgidson: The rights of store owners - and home owners too, by the way - in no way trump the holy Second Amendment rights of whoever decides to wander onto their "property".


Really? LMAO about using a breitbart story for anything other than proving you're a low information Republican after the totally biased breitbart shiat came out?

I know this exists...  http://legalinsurrection.com/2013/06/the-myth-of-andrew-breitbarts-de c eptively-edited-shirley-sherrod-tape-lives-on-at-slate-co/

and yet if you have half a brain then you've watched this...  http://www.naacp.org/news/entry/video_sherrod/  and figured out... well, no watch it and figure it our for yourself.

Any arsehole can cut a 44 min video down to a few video clips that totally say whatever he wants them to say. Watch the full video and then come back and present your best argument.

I mean that because, if you don't watch the full video I'm gonna rip you a new arsehole about every 5 seconds when you attempt to argue with me. Watch the full vid and then try to apply the slimy, uneducated, completely racist things you read in your fw:fw:fw:fw:fw: email that you believed were true because you're an uneducated idiot.
 
2014-06-27 02:49:08 AM

squirrelflavoredyogurt: Really 2-3 seconds? What fantasy world do you live in that you can score 5-6 hits on three different body parts on an adult trying to defend themselves in 2-3 seconds? Five to Six stab wounds is probably more than I would ever expect to get in on anyone I attacked in broad daylight when other people are present. When you here of people getting stabbed 20+ times it's not in a public setting like a gas station.


What fantasy world do you live in where people can't do that?  I was figuring 2-3 seconds with the guy being slow.

It's simple enough - stab forward with knife.  If the dude doesn't have armor, you just penetrated something.  Perhaps his chest.  Probably get stab 2 there as well.  By stab 3 he might be getting a hand up, discovering that's bad.  Then you get a shoulder or something, perhaps the other hand, etc...

squirrelflavoredyogurt: I think I've already stated several times, chasing him down was probably the least helpful thing he could have done. There is a stab victim lying on the floor with multiple serious wounds, I better go stop that guy with the knife?


Unless there are others present, I'd hope that I have the presence of mind to be contacting 911 and stopping the bleeding.  That's more important than catching the dude.
 
2014-06-27 03:10:47 AM

Firethorn: What fantasy world do you live in where people can't do that?  I was figuring 2-3 seconds with the guy being slow.

Hahaha, try to stab anything around you, drywall, your cat, your mom, your own face (I can hope) 5 times with enough force to put it (you, honestly) in the hospital with serious wounds in 3 seconds. Once you've done that, if you really believe it's possible come stab me, please I'd love to see you as a disgruntled employee, coming to stab me, and being able to stab me 5-6 times in 3 seconds to put me in the hospital in serious condition.


It's simple enough - stab forward with knife.  If the dude doesn't have armor, you just penetrated  something.  Perhaps his chest.  Probably get stab 2 there as well.  By stab 3 he might be getting a hand up, discovering that's bad.  Then you get a shoulder or something, perhaps the other hand, etc...

LMAO, really? He got stabs into the farking NECK, but um ya, you might get stabs into the chest or something by stab two. You're both and idiot and someone who didn't read anything but the heroic portrayal of the badass who happened to have a cc permit and therefore saved the day.

Your comment, "Unless there are others present, I'd hope that I have the presence of mind to be contacting 911 and stopping the bleeding.  That's more important than catching the dude." was in fact exactly what I farking said dumbass, unfortunately, he "chased down" the perp instead of trying to help the victim.
 
2014-06-27 03:13:58 AM

Giltric: stan unusual: Giltric: whatshisname: feckingmorons: Guns aren't the problem, guns in the hands of criminals and the mentally ill are the problem. If we can stop that we will have made a substantial dent in gun crime, and gun related murders.

There are criminal and mentally ill people everywhere. Guess what? In countries where they don't have free and easy access to guns, gun crimes and deaths are a fraction of what they are in the US.

It's a gun problem. And to try and ignore it by pointing at something else is just willful ignorance.

The gun laws in other countries are not as restrictive as you think.

We have more restrictive gun laws than many European countries.

You can own full auto machine guns and suppressors bought off the shelf instead of hopping through hoops submitting paperwork and waiting 9 months for a tax stamp and background check like you do here.

Go ahead and name a European country that permits off the shelf sale of fully automatic weapons without a background check or license.  Don't worry, we'll wait.

Italy.

Czech Republic


You lie.   http://www.loc.gov/law/help/firearms-control/eu.php
 
2014-06-27 09:00:43 AM

stan unusual: Giltric: stan unusual: Giltric: whatshisname: feckingmorons: Guns aren't the problem, guns in the hands of criminals and the mentally ill are the problem. If we can stop that we will have made a substantial dent in gun crime, and gun related murders.

There are criminal and mentally ill people everywhere. Guess what? In countries where they don't have free and easy access to guns, gun crimes and deaths are a fraction of what they are in the US.

It's a gun problem. And to try and ignore it by pointing at something else is just willful ignorance.

The gun laws in other countries are not as restrictive as you think.

We have more restrictive gun laws than many European countries.

You can own full auto machine guns and suppressors bought off the shelf instead of hopping through hoops submitting paperwork and waiting 9 months for a tax stamp and background check like you do here.

Go ahead and name a European country that permits off the shelf sale of fully automatic weapons without a background check or license.  Don't worry, we'll wait.

Italy.

Czech Republic

You lie.   http://www.loc.gov/law/help/firearms-control/eu.php


That law does not do what you think it does. Nor does it apply to who you think it does.

Read more. Dont just skim.
 
2014-06-27 09:10:04 AM

stan unusual: Giltric: stan unusual: Giltric: Loreweaver: onyxruby: dookdookdook: Fair enough. How about we agree to begin by restricting gun ownership for psychotics, sociopaths, and admitted tea partiers

If someone is crazy enough they shouldn't have a gun than they are crazy enough to be locked in a mental ward as representing a danger to themselves or others. I'm no tea party sympathizer, but the idea of restricting rights based on political party affiliation strikes me as a very nazi like attitude.

Well, considering Tea Party members have demonstrated time and again that they are a danger to the public (good), I'd say it's pretty reasonable to restrict their access on the merits of mental illness.

Which ones do you consider tea party types?

Hell even the instigator of Feinsteins PTSD was not a tea party type. It was a democrat that killed Moscone and Milk.


Nidal Hasan - Ft Hood Shooter: Registered Democrat and Muslim.
Aaron Alexis, Navy Yard shooter - black liberal/Obama voter
Seung-Hui Cho - Virginia Tech shooter: Wrote hate mail to President Bush and to his staff, registered Democrat.
James Holmes - the "Dark Knight"/Colorado shooter: Registered Democrat, staff worker on the Obama campaign, #Occupy guy,progressive liberal, hated Christians.
Amy Bishop, the rabid leftist, killed her colleagues in Alabama, Obama supporter.
Andrew J. Stack, flew plane into IRS building in Texas - Leftist Democrat
James J. Lee who was the "green activist"/ leftist took hostages at Discovery Channel - progressive liberal Democrat.
Jared Loughner, the Tucson shooter - Leftist, Marxist.
Ohio bomb plot derps were occupy Wall St leftists.
Harris and Klebold, the Columbine Shooters - families registered Democrats and progressive Leftists.
Lee Harvey Oswald, Socialist, Communist and Democrat - killed Kennedy...
Karl Pierson, Hated the GOP, Christians and was anti gun. (the media even went back and scrubbed their articles where his friends and family described him as radical socialist)

Derptast ...


So their words and deeds dont apply?
Descriptions by other people?

You are really grasping at straws.

Try to do a little more reading into their backgrounds.

As I knew him he was left wing, quite liberal.  the former classmate, Caitie Parker,  on Jared Lee Laughner.

Cho sent hate mail to Republicans. Cho has postings to glean info from. Cho despised Bush.


You lose. Sorry but thats the way the cookie crumbles.
 
2014-06-27 10:41:58 AM

squirrelflavoredyogurt: LMAO, really? He got stabs into the farking NECK, but um ya, you might get stabs into the chest or something by stab two. You're both and idiot and someone who didn't read anything but the heroic portrayal of the badass who happened to have a cc permit and therefore saved the day.

Your comment, "Unless there are others present, I'd hope that I have the presence of mind to be contacting 911 and stopping the bleeding.  That's more important than catching the dude." was in fact exactly what I farking said dumbass, unfortunately, he "chased down" the perp instead of trying to help the victim.


And you haven't mastered English yet.
1.  I didn't say that he stopped the assault.  I just said that he could have by merely displaying himself to be a threat to the stabber
2.  I looked at the ones posted, both the op's and the short article about the permit holder chasing down the stabber.  I might of missed one, this thread is HUGE.
3.  Not having seen an article detailing injuries, I was speaking in generalities.  Somebody stabbing as quickly as they can will exceed 2 stabs a second.  A victim attempting to defend himself will result in injuries to various body parts.
4.  And you call me a dumbass for agreeing with you.  What does that make you?
 
2014-06-27 12:01:12 PM

feckingmorons: Guns are not the problem, the people who decide which people get classified as criminals and lunatics are the problem.


FTFY
 
2014-06-27 12:23:31 PM

MBooda: feckingmorons: Guns are not the problem, the people who decide which people get classified as criminals and lunatics are the problem.

FTFY


Used to be pretty simple. People who break the law are criminals, people whose imaginations make them endanger other people are lunatics.

Then we demanded that justice stop being blind, that the spirit of the law should matter more than the letter, and that unpopular people deserve to be punished even if they don't break any laws, just because they offend us.

/implemented, as always, with the very best of intentions
//and in spite of all the demonstrations, from the French Revolution onward, why benevolent rule by fiat never stays benevolent very long
 
2014-06-27 04:10:51 PM

feckingmorons: whatshisname: feckingmorons: Guns are not the problem, criminals and lunatics are the problem.

If you say something enough times it has to be true.

Do you truly think crime involving guns is not the fault of the criminals?

Do you think mentally ill should have access to guns? Do you honestly think guns cause crime more than knives, or spoons, or tacos?


you are arguing with someone who IS mentally ill. that should be apparent by now... this person is obviously under the illusion that guns are independent automatons that get up and shoot people all by their lonesome, then happen to simply fall into the hands of criminals and the mentally ill just before police arrive.
 
2014-06-27 04:16:28 PM

Giltric: stan unusual: Giltric: stan unusual: Giltric: Loreweaver: onyxruby: dookdookdook: Fair enough. How about we agree to begin by restricting gun ownership for psychotics, sociopaths, and admitted tea partiers

If someone is crazy enough they shouldn't have a gun than they are crazy enough to be locked in a mental ward as representing a danger to themselves or others. I'm no tea party sympathizer, but the idea of restricting rights based on political party affiliation strikes me as a very nazi like attitude.

Well, considering Tea Party members have demonstrated time and again that they are a danger to the public (good), I'd say it's pretty reasonable to restrict their access on the merits of mental illness.

Which ones do you consider tea party types?

Hell even the instigator of Feinsteins PTSD was not a tea party type. It was a democrat that killed Moscone and Milk.


Nidal Hasan - Ft Hood Shooter: Registered Democrat and Muslim.
Aaron Alexis, Navy Yard shooter - black liberal/Obama voter
Seung-Hui Cho - Virginia Tech shooter: Wrote hate mail to President Bush and to his staff, registered Democrat.
James Holmes - the "Dark Knight"/Colorado shooter: Registered Democrat, staff worker on the Obama campaign, #Occupy guy,progressive liberal, hated Christians.
Amy Bishop, the rabid leftist, killed her colleagues in Alabama, Obama supporter.
Andrew J. Stack, flew plane into IRS building in Texas - Leftist Democrat
James J. Lee who was the "green activist"/ leftist took hostages at Discovery Channel - progressive liberal Democrat.
Jared Loughner, the Tucson shooter - Leftist, Marxist.
Ohio bomb plot derps were occupy Wall St leftists.
Harris and Klebold, the Columbine Shooters - families registered Democrats and progressive Leftists.
Lee Harvey Oswald, Socialist, Communist and Democrat - killed Kennedy...
Karl Pierson, Hated the GOP, Christians and was anti gun. (the media even went back and scrubbed their articles where his friends and family described him as radical social ...


You haven't cited their words- you've just dumped some cut and paste from an urban legend email.  When it comes to words "Registered Democrat" doesn't mean "someone I don't approve of" or "someone I'm going to invent something about"  Cho could not have registered to vote at all, and Virginia doesn't register voters by party at all.  That makes it impossible for your claim that he was a registered Democrat to be true. It's not a matter of opinion or of speculation- it is a logical impossibility. Jared Loughner was a registered Independent whose psychotic ramblings match just as well at times with the paranoid reactionary right wing of politics as others do with leftist politics, but you see only the leftist ones and try to apply a label to them that relies on sane analysis. Your list omits a number of other shooters whose right wing politics are a matter of record, so you lie  by omission as well. Proclaim your self the winner all you want- you fool only yourself when you do so.
 
2014-06-27 04:24:44 PM
More debunking of the "mass shooters are liberals" derp.  The list of right wing shooters doesn't include JT Ready, gun activist, anti-immigrant activist and former GOP candidate who killed his girlfriend and her family including her daughter who was an innocent toddler.  Nor does it include the Sikh gudwara shooter, a neo Nazi or the two shooters from Las Vegas who went to the Cliven Bundy ranch to support his anti government deadbeat crusade.  http://www.addictinginfo.org/2013/03/31/debunking-more-right-wing-bul l st-liberal-shooters/
 
2014-06-27 06:55:44 PM

stan unusual: Nor does it include the Sikh gudwara shooter, a neo Nazi or the two shooters from Las Vegas who went to the Cliven Bundy ranch to support his anti government deadbeat crusade. http://www.addictinginfo.org/2013/03/31/debunking-more-right-wing-bul l st-liberal-shooters/


So the 'national socialist party' is right wing?
 
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