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Another mass shooting and again the left wants gun laws. After all a person who shoots 17 people cars what the laws is. What if he poisoned the food in cafeteria and killed 100 people. Would we have law against food?
Even had local news show that had sciatic specialist say that mental health plays no part in mass shooting. So mentally healthy folks open fire on a crowd? Seems only 3% of mentally ill are violent. So how many gun owners are shooting people? .01% maybe so its gun control problem.

Maybe its time for some reform to the laws that make it almost impossible to do anything tell its too late. Last shooting is prime example. Guy post he is going to e professional school shooter. FBI is notified, says that can't identify the person who posted it using his name.A name that has had cops called 30 times in 2 years on him. 30 time in 2 years damn that's more than my speeding tickets in 4 years during my wilder years(1966 thru 2017). Maybe some serious thought about legal system that allows the POS to plead guilty and maybe avoid death sentence. Heck if plead guilty it should be death the next day. The insane plead is damn joke,
if your that crazy you still need to be dead. Its not like they are going to see shrink and become normal thinking person and go on to contribute to humanity.

I think family's of dead should be the jury and decide the punishment.

Ironic thing.As I am typing there is news story.The FBI had a call tell them he was serious problem and going to kill some one and possibly a school shooting. Since there where no laws broken they could not do anything. Man that money spent to set up the FBI hot line is well spent. Maybe get their nose's out of Trump's butt and take care of serious issues in America instead of catering to Demwit's agenda.

Problem with any new law would be in limiting how it was used and not abused. We know the government would never do that. LMFAO.

If there is a law that stops a nut case from killing I will be first to push for it.Problem is its always after the fact and only one thing comes up gun control. People who push for it are Politian's who have armed guards.



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I have said forever, if there was a way to keep guns out of the hands of those who shouldn't have them, I would be all for it. For the life of me, I can't figure out a way to do it. Outlawing guns, taking away our Second Amendment rights will not make anyone safer. Only criminals will have guns.


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The FBI really dropped the ball this time and there are 17 dead to prove it. The FBI should spend more time following up on this s--- and less time trying to overthrow the POTUS.
 
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Yea hard to make laws to stop people who break laws.



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These incidents simply play into the hands of the left's agenda. Nevermind the FACT that a school has a 1 in 37,000 chance of ever having a shooting incident. Nevermind that a crazy person will FIND a way to hurt or kill people. How many things should we ban on the way toward making America a safe place wall to wall? IMO, infringing on rights given to us from the beginning of this country is always off the table. But the left will pick that scab every time there is an unfortunate gun incident. Any time there is a right that the left does not depend on, they try to eliminate it. they must see it as a cleansing of sorts.


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New story today.Russia was posting on social media less than hour after shooting that it was time to ban guns.Of coarse they made it look like lefty post.

Again Russia is one the side of lefty idiots. If your ideas are agreed upon by Russia you might want to rethink it.Of coarse they would love to see the blood bath that would accompany a gun ban in USA.



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The FBI really dropped the ball this time and there are 17 dead to prove it. The FBI should spend more time following up on this s--- and less time trying to overthrow the POTUS.



If you thought the revelation was bad about the FBI .................

When Coral Springs police officers arrived at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on February 14 in the midst of the school shooting crisis, many officers were surprised to find not only that Broward County Sheriff’s Deputy Scot Peterson, the armed school resource officer, had not entered the building, but that three other Broward County Sheriff’s deputies were also outside the school and had not entered, Coral Springs sources tell CNN. The deputies had their pistols drawn and were behind their vehicles, the sources said, and not one of them had gone into the school.

https://www.cnn.com/2018/02/23...-deputies/index.html

Given that there is no reason to assume the government can protect us from the crazies, I think we should keep the gun rights we have today.
 
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I believe in the 1st Amendment and the Right to own a gun, (actually I own several)......BUT.....what 18 year old kid needs a machine gun, or for that matter anyone? Going squirrel hunting and you need a AR15 with 3 or 4 fully loaded magazines?

If you are THAT poor a shot perhaps a bazooka or a RPG is what you need, or a small nuclear device to rid the world of that pesky little critter? Never know when you are going to encounter a well armed squirrel and you life is in danger.

When the 1st Amendment was written they didn’t foresee any 18 year old kid marching around a school wearing Tactical Gear armed with a AR15 shooting unarmed kids. You have to be one very pathetic individual to shoot unarmed small children.

How about exercising a little common sense and stop this total BS insanity?

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or for that matter anyone? Going squirrel hunting and you need a AR15 with 3 or 4 fully loaded magazines?

Bob



how about hog hunting.................

 
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He would do better using a stealth helicopter with two side mounted 50’s with front and rear mounted rocket launchers.

Just Mo money from his customers.

What struck me as ironic was that this was a CNN Reporter, the same Media outlet that daily vilifies gun owners. I guess if you are killin’ pigs it’s all, what.....good?

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I believe in the 1st Amendment and the Right to own a gun, (actually I own several)......BUT.....what 18 year old kid needs a machine gun, or for that matter anyone? Going squirrel hunting and you need a AR15 with 3 or 4 fully loaded magazines?

If you are THAT poor a shot perhaps a bazooka or a RPG is what you need, or a small nuclear device to rid the world of that pesky little critter? Never know when you are going to encounter a well armed squirrel and you life is in danger.

When the 1st Amendment was written they didn’t foresee any 18 year old kid marching around a school wearing Tactical Gear armed with a AR15 shooting unarmed kids. You have to be one very pathetic individual to shoot unarmed small children.

How about exercising a little common sense and stop this total BS insanity?

Bob


Fully automatic is currently NOT legal. Some of the larger clips also are NOT legal. How is them being illegal working out? An AR in many ways is no different than other semi automatic hunting rifles. So only the bad guys have fully automatics and illegally large clips now. So, if AR's are outlawed, how is this going to go?


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An AR in many ways is no different than other semi automatic hunting rifles.


Are you talking about something like this that has the same firepower as the AR15......




Oh, that's a 40 round magazine.
 
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went out shooting AR the other day switched over to 45 auto and you know what my AR did.Nothing it laid there on seat silent.



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Many schools nation wide are having a short walkout today with demands for "action". My jr high aged son said this morning he would have nothing to do with a walkout, as he sees it as a thinly disguised gun control ploy. Never too young to start understanding how politics works.


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