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Futurama Fry Meme | A MASS SHOOTING IN CALIFORNIA. NOT SURE IF THIS ADMINISTRATION ,... WILL BLAME BUSH, CLIMATE CHANGE, CONSERVATIVE IDEOLOGY, OR THE NRA | image tagged in memes,futurama fry | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Creepy Condescending Wonka Meme | ALL OF THE ABOVE! | image tagged in memes,creepy condescending wonka | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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What Willy said!
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That Would Be Great Meme | IF THIS ADMINISTRATION WOULD JUST  BLAME THE PERSON... RATHER THAN SOME "ISSUE",... THAT WOULD BE GREAT | image tagged in memes,that would be great | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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It's not the person's fault...
He saw a video, which made him go outside. Outside it was too hot because of climate change. He thought of Bush, and because bush sucks so much, it made him angry, so he decided to go for a drive to wal-mart. There he met a Conservative who talked to him about guns, convincing him to buy one. Then after he bought the gun, the gun shot people. He was just an innocent bystander!
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I'm copying your comments and sending to a buddy! Theyr GREAT! LMAO!
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Send them this one, I'm sure they'll agree
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Nope,... didnt come through. I can give you attention if thats what you're looking for. Are you having a hard time in school,... or a girlfriend broke up with you,... trouble with your parents? Or would you like some meme ideas because yours are not getting the attention you would like? Maybe you just want another friend? Usually when someone stalks somebody, they just want attention. I can be your friend. ;) God Bless you for taking the time to meme about me.
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9 ups, 2 replies
Oh they're going to blame it on guns specifically. Like the guns only talk to some people and tell them to go shoot up random places. :l
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4 ups, 1 reply
Here in canada we dont need 2nd ammendment...its just what we do.
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5 ups, 1 reply
ROFL! You give up too easily. You let your government tell you what to do too much. :l
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5 ups, 4 replies
Oh heavens no! Other way around. They tried making us register our guns...that only lasted a ffew years..now no registry, buy a gun n shoot. They tried regulating pot...our current admin. is about to legalize it. The only people here who cant get guns are depressed people, angry exes, and those who havnt taken a test. I took all 3 of mine...the only gun I "cant" buy is an automatic pistol or rifle. Im going to a diaper party on saturday and you can bet your ass there will be...Ar's , ak's, every kind of shotgun, a few pistols, booze and diapers.
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6 ups, 1 reply
Obama in high school
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Lol!
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4 ups, 1 reply
It's not the government's right to say WHO has the right to defend themselves though. Just because someone is "crazy" doesn't mean they can't have their right. In the US the founding fathers knew that there were crazy people and still believed the right to bear armament shouldn't be infringed.

Glad you clarified though. And especially on the diaper party. lol :)
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Right on! In NC they ask if you have ever been dxed with ANY mental health problem. Like OCD? Anxiety? Or how about the fact that they send our young men off to occupy and strong arm other countries, when they can't reconcile what they've done emotionally, mentally and spiritually, it can make them oh I don't know ... a little depressed. When they get back here they have to ASK the government for permission to defend themselves and then can be told no they are not allowed. But in a hot minute the government would send them right back into that hell with a gun in their hand.
Ask permission to own a weapon? No. I don't think that is a very good idea.
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3 ups, 1 reply
You wearing diapers? I didn't think you were that old!!! :)
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3 ups, 1 reply
Ha. Its the male version of a bbaby shower. Drink beer shoot guns and bring a shitload of diapers for two buddies having kids
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2 ups, 1 reply
WHEW!!! I was scared you would come back with a buttload of custom templates for memes!!! :)
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Ha ha buttload. Ya just never know.
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0 ups, 2 replies
you can still buy pre ban automatic don't over dramatize it.. and dry up the tears crybaby sounds like a diaper party is where you belong.
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Erm, what?
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WTF?
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I'm not a gun toter either. I live in the country and every body hunts and have large collections of guns. And our gun laws in Canada may be a little different than the U.S. Respect for your weapons and your neighbors is pretty basic.
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here in the states you can still buy pre-ban automatic weapons from the smallest caliber to anti aircraft cannons.. provided you have the $$$
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And this proves...? That we should ban guns? Perhaps instead, we should teach our children to respect them... or at the very least make people do background checks and pre-req classes for gun usage.

It makes me mad when I see people letting their 5-9 year olds playing games like Call of Duty. Great way to teach them "Shooting people is fun" before they are rooted in the fact that shooting people is wrong.
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Not this guy.
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we hope not this guy!!
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Thats not so far fetched with this guy brother!!!! Good meme!!
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NO!!
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most gun control advocates don't realize the gun industry is run by republicans looking to make money by creating ammo shortages, then turn to fox news to blame the liberals so they( the republicans) can look good.....people are complete idiots!
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The ammo shortage was created by Liberals under the ploy "Lead rounds hurt the environment." In order to limit the amount of ammo being produced, which is the second best way to ban guns. A gun without ammo is useless. And I haven't seen ammo costing any more than usual, only it being harder to come by.
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"People are complete idiots" You're right! You are!
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Vistacruizer, u are a complete idiot if u believe that...
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I hope Canada does not get similar problems....! Isn't the new PM planning to import a buch of "refugees"?
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4 ups, 2 replies
Yes. And 2,500 not far from me. The first bach in a week n a half. Trust me ...we are praries n damn near everyone has a gun..shit goes down...we are locked cocked n ready to rock! Its a shame but its the new world.
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Dunno the situation there, but allowing refugees in America is not the way to go.

So, the gov't doesn't have enough money to supply Social Security (which was paid for year before), but they have enough to feed, clothe and house refugees? Mmkay...
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Same issues here. They just did a homeless cencus in our city and theres 3,000 homeless. So we're just gonna give 2,500 refugees places to live, feed and clothe. Here the f**kin kicker; our winters get pretty f**kin cold -40...so these people are gonna freeze their ever lovin refugee asses off. So we probably wont see too many of them roaming the streets this winter. So great, we gonna pay them to sit inside all winter whilst our own suffer. This sux. Fix Syria.
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Here's the REAL kicker, most of them are adult men fleeing the country because it's better here than it is fighting for your own country. Can you imagine if people from the U.S. fled during the civil war?
And people say whites are racist... Lots of em died fighting for (at least the beginning of) the rights of African Americans.
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Lmao..! Thats good!
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3 ups, 3 replies
A bit too soon, wouldn't you say? :o Then again, maybe I'm just biased because I live in Southern California
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3 ups, 1 reply
Yeah, I kind of agree with the "too soon" thing. Obviously you can't separate politics from life completely, and important issues should always be free to be discussed, but I kind of do feel it's inappropriate when there's a tragedy and both sides rush to make their political arguments about it.
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but... Obama is blaming climate change,.. guns,... Dems blame GOP, and Paul Ryan yesterday for, 'aiding, abetting terrorists' by rejecting gun control,.. and the NRA is always blamed. My point of the meme, is, there is always a deflection, blaming something other than the perps. I dont get that.. or why it gets so widely accepted. So the meme was accurate in blame.
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I like your meme. I think it's accurate, and I agree with the message in it. It's just... you know what I mean, right? When a tragedy happens, the first thing I want to hear isn't necessarily the gun control debate, from either side. There are families that have lost loved ones.
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On the other hand, I don't know how you do that practically. I mean how long is the right amount of time? I don't know if there's rules for that or anything.
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Its very gray,... for sure!
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I made a comment to tekbarrier,... admitting it seemed early. I see and understand your point fully. Just as its frustrating to see that tragedy,.. it was so frustrating to see the blame deflected. It seems the event was used for an agenda. Very frustrating (for me) to see whats happening and the root cause passed on to something other than the root of the problem. WHen it happened in France, the blame was not put on gun control or another party, organization etc. It was blamed on the perps, loose immigration, and an killers ideology. And the people were mourned. Here,... a different story. Your point is so valid, and I memed out of frustration. But its all come true,.. except the NRA blame which is "perpetual". ;)
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Yeah, I see both sides. If the other side's going to use it to make political arguments, then if you stay completely silent, it might sound like you agree, so it seems like you should say something. I don't know what the right thing is, to be honest. I'm glad you understood where I was coming from.
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Well,... it seems by the comments, its an issue to be dealt with. Isnt great though, to see comments that are not hostile or insulting? And respected! These events always trigger an array of emotions and thoughts. Its great to have a forum where they can all be shared and views considered.. w/o attacks when opinions differ.
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Actually I think I blame the 'perps'. But I also think the rabid pro-gun culture is insane. However, I don't have to live there.
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France. . Anti gun... few guns... had a mass casualty event. If citizens were armed.. fewer casualties.
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Like in the US you mean. France was a terrorist event. In the US it's just crazy people with easy access to hardware. The fact is that when the shooting starts people generally run and hide, armed or not. Even soldiers often aim high.
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It was islamic terrorism yesterday too.. we just have a weak president who is quick to blame cops w/o having facts.. but won't say "terrorist" until he "has all the facts".. and will not identify it as such. This administration wants to use "workplace violence".. sadly.
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So we're calling them 'mass casualty events' now are we. Not exactly the same as a train wreck or a plane crash, butty it probably does sound less damning than 'gun crime', or 'mass shooting.'

If citizens were armed we'd probably begin to see a significant increase in gun related deaths, though hopefully not on the terrible scale of the US.
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but... Obama is blaming climate change,.. guns,... Dems blame GOP, and Paul Ryan yesterday for, 'aiding, abetting terrorists' by rejecting gun control,.. and the NRA is always blamed. My point of the meme, is, there is always a deflection, blaming something other than the perps. I dont get that.. or why it gets so widely accepted. So the meme was accurate in blame. Like you said,... and no matter where one's political views go,.. why are guns always blamed? I agree that my meme was a little too soon,... I was getting a little miffed wathing the news and seeing all the blame deflected to anything but the perps, so I let my frustration come out in a meme. I had to redo it a few times, .. but damn,.. when will we blame the perps? The media seems to sensationalize "blame" where it don't go. When it happened in France a few weeks ago,.. radical Islam was blamed and loose immigration policies. Their gun control had no impact on the mass killing. When it happens here, the fingers point in all directions.
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good one too!!
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I just hope the persons get blamed.. not the guns. Or the responsibility is not deflected on something like the meme states.;)
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I agree. I myself am very pro-gun ownership. And like you, I know that making guns illegal won't stop criminals from getting them.
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Perfect... !
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Pretty much sums it up :)
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Botched investigation! See the media inside their home?
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Nope... I live in the woods without TV or cell service.
WOLVERINES!
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This story asks the same question I did:
http://www.infowars.com/fiorina-san-bernardino-shooters-gun-bought-for-police/
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Workplace violence - never terrorism w/this admin
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Ha ha, gun control! On the positive side, the NFL is considering allowing off-duty and retired cops bring guns to football games. It makes me sick to think of so many people being shot, when one person with a hand gun could take out the shooter.
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I agree .. i cannot think of a mass shooting where casualty count would be down.. if there was an armed citizen in the vicinity. . Trained in at least the basics.
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Brite...not disagreeing with you, but I don't see how the NOT allow an off duty cop to carry. Everyone that I know in law enforcement carries everywhere, on duty or not. You're a cop 24/7.
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And yet with the vast proliferation of hand guns in your fair country that rarely happens. So should everyone be forced to carry a gun? Would that make everyone feel safer?
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Forced? No. Allowed? Yes.
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Where did you get the idea of forcing people to carry guns? If the principal at Sandy Hook, or the security at the Paris concert hall had been armed, they would have at least stood a chance.
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From user mightydragonofawe in above comments. And what took my favorite gun control user so long to comment? ;)
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Except here it wouldnt be taking away guns. It would be making them more difficult to get and holding owners accountable. All guns start out legal. That's the problem

What does "well regulated militia" mean to you?
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Supreme court already decided it extended to individual rights. . In the way it was written. I agree. Considering the time.. and what the country had just experienced.. i see no way the founders could mean anything else.
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When was that case/decision? What did they say about the "well regulated" part? I fond this:

"The Court stated that the right to keep and bear arms is subject to regulation, such as concealed weapons prohibitions, limits on the rights of felons and the mentally ill, laws forbidding the carrying of weapons in certain locations, laws imposing conditions on commercial sales, and prohibitions on the carrying of dangerous and unusual weapons. It stated that this was not an exhaustive list of the regulatory measures that would be presumptively permissible under the Second Amendment."

http://www.loc.gov/law/help/second-amendment.php

I am all for the RIGHT to bear arms (I have guns)....but I am all for regulations of guns. Keeping people honest will make it harder for criminals to get guns. It's a fallacy to say "criminals will always get guns." If you keep gun purchases documented and make trafficking/losing (LEGAL) guns a hard time offense...getting those guns to criminals will be very difficult and a crime in itself.

I think getting and keeping a gun should be hard. The right is a right...no argument there. You have the right to life, liberty, and the PURSUIT of happiness. But no one says life is easy. Having the RIGHT to bear arms is a right...no one says it has to be easy.

Heck, the forefathers even thought that one out with the inclusion of the "well regulated" part....are we regulating enough to make them happy? I think apparently not. We average more than one mass shooting a day and (I think) about 1 gun for every man, woman and child in the country. That's just scary. We don't need MORE guns and looser laws. We need responsible owners that help to keep criminals gun free and be held accountable for their weapons and where they end up.
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WHat regulations would you like to see that are not in place? I honestly, cannot think of more regs that cannot be side stepped by criminals. There have been insane suggestions like serial #'s on every rd of ammo etc. Thats retarded. Why are the social issues never addressed,... and the solution (mostly on the left) is more gun restrictions on honest citizens? No gun can jump off a table and kill anyone,... and is a tool in the hands of a citizen for a multitude of things.

I am not familiar where any known criminal can purchase a gun,.. and straw purchases are illegal.. so what other restrictions would you impose? Most of the crap I hear that is "possible" in the news is actually impossible for purchases. The North makes it sound like anyone in the south can go into any gun store or any gun show and buy what they want,... and this is untrue. If there were mandatory registrations,... and you had a gun stolen,... should you be criminally liable for a criminal stealing your gun? Ive heard that retarded solution too. Or my favorite retarded solution was,... if a gun is stolen from a licensed owner,.. then used in a crime,... the original owner is liable. Fk that. Thats a ploy to scare people from owning a gun and insane.

But I would like to hear suggestions if you have some. I have written my state representative asking for a mandatory 1 day training class for new gun owners. I believe in that! My state dont have that yet.

BTW,... see this? Gun Violence Declining, Except in Gun-Free Zones
http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2015/12/04/washington-post-gun-violence-declining-except-gun-free-zones/
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Personally (ALL MY OWN OPINIONS) I would like to see nationwide laws that keep guns accounted for from the POS onward including being insured by the owners. We have the RIGHT to keep and bear arms. I will agree. But a free-for-all is NOT working so far. Keeping the guns insured keeps the buyers honest. Stop insuring them? That's grounds for investigation. If that gun turns out to be sold or missing or otherwise unaccounted for and winds up in a criminals hands...the last owner is paying the price too.

As a gun owner, I am fine with these types of measures.

ALL GUNS ARE LEGAL AT FIRST. They are not being sold out the back door of S&W to criminals including domestic terrorists.

Guns should be harder to get than a car/drivers license.

And please don't cite Breitbart or Infowars as legitimate info sources. That article cites Washington Post as a source except it doesn't mention gun free zones: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2015/12/03/weve-had-a-massive-decline-in-gun-violence-in-the-united-states-heres-why/?tid=sm_tw
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I thought it was an open commentary between us. You sent me a link,... I watched. I send you a link... you dont want it. I didnt agree with all the youtube stuff I watched because you asked,... but I did. Whats up with that? I also notice you fail to upvote other opinions, even though I upvote all yours. I don't mind having a conversation and respect opinions,... but it seems you want me to look at your references and mine are not valid. You lean left when it comes to gun control,... I lean right. And there are millions of you,... and millions of me. Are you interested in trading thoughts,... or just in making comments? Not meant to sound rude,... I mean anything but that,... but I with an open mind look at the reference you cited. You dont want anything I send? I sent it because it was current,... on the drudgereport today. I did not send to make a point,... I sent so you could look at it and comment and we could converse.
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My link was from the article you linked to. Not sure what you think I didn't read it.

I don't upvote comments I don't agree with. I don't downvote them either.

Can we get back to the actual discussion?
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Sure bro.. discussions commence! ;)
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this regime has already shown us how things will go. i.imgflip.com/vb142.jpg (click to show)
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I'm not sure how I missed this.. i apologize for not seeing it sooner. I really like that meme! I'm going to check out your other stuff. Great meme brother!
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I agree with you, but it is false to say that criminals won't always get guns.
It's like saying that making drugs hard to get will make criminals use them less. Doesn't matter how harsh the punishment, the thought process of criminals consists of "I won't get caught."
We may need stricter gun laws (They are already pretty dang strict, but if you can find a way to make it even harder, I'm all for it), but not to keep criminals from getting them. While this may help, the main thing is that a law-abiding armed person will shoot the criminal, while at the same time, it increases the chances of success on the citizen's part (by having proper training) and decreases the ease at which criminals can get them anyways. :P
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The problem isn't criminals stealing or taking guns from good, responsible gun owners. That's rare. (And if it does happen so frequently I question just how "responsible" the gun owner is in the first place.) The problem is guns get "lost" by gun owners and wind up in the hands of people who SHOULDN'T have guns at all. Meaning: a person that CAN get a gun knows after they buy it...it's not tracked, accounted for, etc and they can sell it to the guy down the street that CAN'T buy a gun because he has a criminal background or something that the loose laws actually do cover if at all stopping him from buying a gun legally.

Once you implement laws that stop this movement of LEGAL guns into criminal hands, you will stop the bleeding. Eventually illegal guns will get off the streets by attrition. Criminals get caught with illegal guns, the guns are confiscated and destroyed (and first looked into as to WHO "legally" owned it and "lost" it but didn't report it lost/stolen etc) Once people are held accountable for their weapons, you will see a drastic drop in illegal gun crimes.

And the drug analogy is simply false. If we legalize drugs it will ABSOLUTELY be easier to get drugs....by legal adults that want to buy them. At a drug store.And they wouldn't be criminals at all because the drugs would be legal.

By having laws against drugs they simply aren't as available as they could be if legal. Supply/demand and free markets. Econ101.
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My grandparents live in San Bernardino.
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Wow! That's an eye opener to terrorism when it's that close to home!
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Ikr? Now my mom is really worried about them. She sends them e-mails every day. I'm scared myself. But I believe in the authorities and they should be able to take out the criminals.
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If they can take out the bad guys w/o fear of prosecution of themselves from this administration.. that would be GREAT!
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I thoroughly agree. Every time police do something, the libtards come in and shame them for protecting the populace. They'll call it "Muslim-agression" or something stupid and have the officers persecuted for no reason. It's strange how things work nowadays.
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Its the same way with miltary and police,.. tell them to do a job,.. then watch with a microscope looking for anything to fault them with. Its jacked up..
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What I hate is people from other countries are like "LOL Look at our gun control we practically have no crime LOL our country is so much better than yours XDDDDD" When a lot of countries actually have more crime without guns than witb guns. But hey, I'm a lowly conservative straight white christian male. What does my opinion matter?
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Drudgereport today has article that gun violence in the country is down.. EXCEPT GUN FREE ZONES. Go figure.. ;)
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Politically correct bros! *high five*
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Well played! I'm wondering who will pick up on your clue art! Like!
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26 upvotes, 30 comments, it's got to be climbing up the Hot page...
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So many people die annually from gunfire in the US that the death toll between 1968 and 2011 eclipses all wars ever fought by the country. According to research by Politifact, there were about 1.4 million firearm deaths in that period, compared with 1.2 million US deaths in every conflict from the Revolutionary War to Iraq.

Just saying.
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If we eliminated s few cities from those stats.. where most violence is.. ?
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Cities concentrate populations so highly likely there will be more violence there. I have a sneaking suspicion that you might have to 'eliminate' a lot of cities/centres of population.

Having said that it would be interesting to see if your assertion holds up by seeing where the 300+ mass shootings this year occurred. (Mass shooting being where 4 or more are killed or injured). But I don't know where those stats might be available.
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http://shootingtracker.com/wiki/Mass_Shootings_in_2015
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Interesting. A quick scan shows that California, Texas, Illinois and Florida score highly.
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But lots of states seem to be represented...
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For information:
So many people die annually from gunfire in the US that the death toll between 1968 and 2011 eclipses all wars ever fought by the country. According to research by Politifact, there were about 1.4 million firearm deaths in that period, compared with 1.2 million US deaths in every conflict from the Revolutionary War to Iraq.
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Blame advertising for mad men running wild. If you didn't hear about it on the news you wouldn't have the idea to shoot someone up. You can also blame the terrorists for this one it seems.
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You're gonna be a while.... ;)
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NO... ITS NOT! Good meme!
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A child's wisdom:
When someone hits your friend with a stick, you don't give everyone in the playground a stick. You take the stick away. And you find out who gave them the stick in the first place. And you find out where he got the stick. And clear up the sticks so nobody else can be tempted. Everyone gets angry. But if they don't have a stick then their anger isn't as dangerous. It's obvious. If I gave someone a stick to hit someone with you'd be arrested. And imagine how much trouble you'd be in if you SOLD them the stick!!
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Flaw No. 1, You have to get rid of the sticks. Which means: Fine tooth comb of everywhere, and I mean EVERYWHERE, to ensure no sticks are left. This in itself is an insanely expensive operation.
Flaw No.2, You have to find where they got the stick, which costs more money.
Flaw No.3, You have to get rid of whoever they got the stick from, plus anyone else who might give them sticks, which could be outside of your jurisdiction, or next to impossible to find, which leads to
Flaw No.4, If they are in another country, you can't deal with them, leading to
Flaw No.5, You have to keep them from coming in from outside of the country, and since PEOPLE can get across our borders, how easy would it be for a stick to?
Flaw No.6, Even without a stick, what if he got a Knife? You going to ban knives in every shape and form? That my friend, is impossible. And even if you do, you can File a comb into a shank, sharpened metal bars, baseball bats, pretty much anything can be used as a weapon.
Flaw No.7 The fear of getting in trouble will never stop anyone. Ban something, it will just be done covertly instead of openly.
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Perfect analogy of liberal wisdom. You can't keep sticks away from kids. There are always sticks on the playground. Trying to pick them all up and banning sticks is futile. It's foolish. You teach kids how to get along with each other. I completely agree that banning guns is like banning sticks on a playground. The bad kids always end up with them anyway.
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So those metal scanners in schools are pointless?
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There aren't metal scanners in all schools. Maybe in the hyper liberal ironic "keep kids safe at all costs no matter what and they can't experience anything out of the ordinary at school becuase it would harm their little minds" area you live in, but I've never seen a school that's ever had metal detectors. And I've traveled the U.S. so I've been to a lot of schools.
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An old man's wisdom:
You don't blame the stick!
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3 ups, 1 reply
France had some of the strictest anti-stick laws in the world.
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5 ups, 1 reply
Their liberal immigration laws sank them! We are following down the same path.
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1 up
Yep!
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3 ups, 1 reply
That's an interesting analogy! If only evil never went beyond a child's ability... what a great place to live!
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2 ups, 1 reply
Whew my finger is tired from all the upvotes I just clicked on this conversation! I grew up in a very liberal bay area environment in California, then moved to the bible belt half way through my life. So I have experienced both sides of this argument and understand where both sides are coming from. My family does all it can to be self sufficient and get the majority of our food off our own land. The main reason I believe we should remain able to have fire arms, is for the well being of my family in protecting that which we have worked so hard to provide for ourselves. I have no illusions that if the crap hit the fan our government would give a damn if we could be capable of protecting the things my family needs to survive. While I would never use any weapon to take from another what I have no right to obtain. I know there are people out there that would not be able to provide for themselves if there was no food at the store for them to purchase. Yet they may have a gun or any other type of weapon and get desperate enough to try and take what my family has earned to survive. In that circumstance you can be damn sure I will use whatever means necessary to protect my family at all costs. Plus use my firearms to provide wild game for the dinner table. Sure a lot of people think of that firearms are for other things than this. Which is exactly why I will keep mine locked and loaded just in case the day comes when I may need to protect everything I love so dearly.
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I agree sir... i prep, and prepare so in a major event, I am not depending on the govt,.. and not worried about unprepared or suddenly savage people taking my stuff,.. or harming my family. I can provide game.. and very comfortable in a field type environment. A firearm has no value unless ready to use in a sudden emergency. I also understand terrorism. . I spent a large part of my life working in counter terror consulting. I love my country.. am a vet,.. and believe that America may not be perfect. . But the people are the most giving in the world. I dislike foreigners who never lives here criticize the US. My family comes 1st. BTW.. what state are you in? You said bible belt. . And I live in GA. Good comment. . You're a stand-up guy!
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Thanks, and I'm up in them Ozark mountains ;)
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1 up, 1 reply
Bro.. ! You have the SHTF plan home! Way cool!
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I love it, as the price of food rises the quality keeps dropping as well. I just grin as I walk my 4 yr old out to get eggs from our chickens lol. We get raw milk delivered from a dairy farmer friend, that has so much cream we make butter, yogurt, even cream cheese out of it. We even keep bee's to pollinate our garden and of course the honey is unbelievable! And thank you very much for your service, my father was in Vietnam, I have nothing but the highest respect for every vet in our country!
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I am originally from NFLD canada. Familiar with hunting, and all my mothers people were fisherman.. in a time when the sea and land had to provide. (No electricity or plumbing). I like that way of life,... and you appear to live on the edge of Heaven!
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It's funny because I moved out here when I was 16 and I hated it! It wasn't until my first child was born that I realized raising her here is very preferable compared to where I grew up. I miss my family out there and the ocean, plus being around all the different cultures with different views on the world. But those are things I can teach my kids myself. Living here my daughter can go outside and run around in the woods completely safe. I home school both my children, she takes guitar lessons and has and art class. But it's nice not to have to worry about her learning from a text book that has been altered! She is on track to graduate when she turns 15, I could take away her phone and she wouldn't care, but if I told her she couldn't go outside it would be like torture to her.
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I really want to prep, and probably will when I can afford it. Mainly because (having read the bible) I know that at one point people like us are going to be persecuted by force... And the off chance some devestating thing happens.
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Yep.. and I don't accept a pre-trib rapture as the answer to the problem.
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I hope that a rapture happens, but I can guarantee you that even if it does, shortly beforehand we will have next to no rights. And when you could get murdered and the gov't can just go "he was a christian, forget about it" i'd rather be in a bunker than in public. :/
It sounds kinda crazy, but better safe than dead.
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dude,... are you really that immature? Or just need my attention so badly?
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0 ups, 4 replies
Not as immature as you trying to politicize the San Bernardino shooting with a meme, you f**king Right-Wing hick
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1 up
Still looking for my attention.. that's cool. What's your favorite subject in school?
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1 up
Typical liberal.
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0 ups
Lol, San Bernardino was not a tragedy, no one died, it was a lie
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i get it now, you're butthurt because he can make good memes
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