This is precisely what I was referring to when i suggested that it is impossible to have a rational conversation with a gun nut. Up is down, in is out.
Wait, let me get a handle on this logic. Cars kill 150% more people than firearms, but a gun is more lethal, in you opinion? A gunshot wound is fatal less than half the time, despite what you saw on CSI this week, but because a car is presumably built with a “less lethal” purpose, it’s not as dangerous as a firearm?
Really? THIS is your argument? I feel like I am chatting with a middle schooler here. The inane analogy is so full of holes I have no idea where to begin.
In the average week, how many times do you discharge your firearm? And how much time do you spend behind the wheel, let along the number of times you fire up your car? And how many people are exposed to harm by being somwhere near your car versus your firearm/ I mean c'mon. Really?
I’ll take your concession here, since you refused to address the point.
I got your concession hanging Skippy.
I never claimed that it would. In fact i suggested otherwise.I’ll take your bait, how would a licensing process like what one goes through for a vehicle have kept this kid from taking a gun to school?
Considering how inane several of your comments were I'm not at all surprised.Honestly, I think it would be hilarious if guns had the same licensing process as cars.
Now we're moving into predicting the future? Quite a talent.No one of any age would need a permit or training to own and operate a gun on private property.
Thanks for putting all kinds of delusions into my supposed argument. Are you done with this little play act yet? I'm still laughing.All this for a 30 minute range test and a couple multiple choice questions to get licensed? Maybe you’re on to something here… or maybe you just haven’t thought this through, like the rest of your argument.