No but Stricter laws are needed
Some weapon types should be banned
Certain Weapons and attachments should be banned
Pain shared is divided, joy shared is multiplied
Last edited by Valerie; 01-08-2013 at 09:27 PM.
I think I'm generally okay with treating either the military or law enforcement and government and citizens differently.
Like on the subject of public safety or the right to arms.
Because any citizen having need or use for arms would come to be able to get granted such, but never too automatically or gratituously.
And furthermore could citizens or whoever be mindful or active regarding any situation regarding any loaded weapon, really as being such. Like how the loadedness of any gun at any time would be what would matter most.
Whereas making such into a basic right for just anyone would seem most weird to me, as well as most volatile, as threatening safety more rather than warranting it of itself.
And distrust to government when government would be working for the public would seem equally ludicrous or unneeded.
So I really don't see any of your points as being anything sensible or to agree with. I do not see what you would feel to be contributing here really.
Last edited by Kees_L; 01-08-2013 at 10:57 PM.
Chillingly good stuff besides Mignola, Slint, M, Knut and really big chunks of tinfoil?Been called a 'good egg'. Been told to rock, been told to steady myself. Been told to (please) be goin' places.
Half sunk in the mud, with one eye showing / a cracked smile and hair still growing /
your hands miles apart, as if they'd never met / you were the happiest I'd seen you yet. ~ (full) lyrics to 'Exhume' by Bedhead.
Apparently some "decent law-abiding" gun-owners in Colorado feel the best way to show how decent and law-abiding they are is to break the law.
As Colorado’s legislature opens Wednesday with Democrats back in control of both the state House and Senate and seeking to pursue several gun control proposals, gun enthusiasts are set to hold a large rally just outside the Capitol that’s sure to draw a lot of media attention.
Organized by a group called “Guns for Everyone”, the rally is likely to draw some gun enthusiasts who are carrying weapons in Veteran’s Park, the rally site just across Lincoln Avenue from the Capitol.
That would be a violation of a city ordinance.
“The main focus of the rally is gun freedom, but Guns for Everyone is a strong supporter
of anything freedom, so this is more about freedom than simply guns,” says the group’s Facebook page advertising the event.
A number of people planning to attend the event have commented on the thread, which includes pictures of those who’ve made signs for the rally and inquiries from those curious about how long the event will last and who will be speaking.
A post by Neal Pashman underlines the enthusiasm of many attendees — and why Denver Police are likely to keep a close eye on the event.
“WE SHOULD BE OPENLY CARRYING OUR HIGH CAPACITY CAPABLE, SEMI -AUTO RIFLES AND HANDGUNS! LET THOUSANDS OF US SHOW UP WITH LOADED WEAPONS!!!!” Pashman writes, using all caps.
“PUT THE FEAR OF GOD INTO THE POLICE AND THE LEGISLATURE, AND THAT SCUMBAG GOVERNOR!! LET THEM KNOW WHAT WOULD COME NEXT!!! GIVE THEM A WARNING THEY WILL NEVER FORGET!!!
You know his Department has already been repeatedly been successfully sued for violating inmates rights and for unlawful deaths? Sheriff Joe just blamed it on weak-kneed liberals who got all upset 'cause a few wetbacks might have died in his jail because they were denied medical treatment - and got re-elected. He's already cost his country millions - and that's not even counting the hundreds of thousands one of his deputies conned them out of.
A Fool for the Foom
Stay away from the chimps. You can't reason with them and you'll just end up with monkey shit all over your clothes.
Internet hypocrisy #47: Being the undisputed scourge of trolls until the troll supports your side of the debate and then becoming silent.