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    Re: School shooting this morning . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Thom Paine View Post
    CRAZY cannot be legislated; EVIL cannot be legislated.

    The onus lies with those individuals, school boards, and legislators who enact 'gun free zones'. Those zones become prime targets. It is good the assailant is dead.

    Send up prayers for those children and the S.O.B.s who carry the weight of allowing this tragedy.

    Hopefully the families and those children will find comfort and peace. Amen

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    Tragic, but no longer surprising.
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    Tragic day. Reporting on these stories will always lead more and more to think to do the same thing, but at the same time, these are the type of things Americans need to know about. Such a tough situation all the way around.
    Can't the pro gun crowd show a little respect and at least let the bodies cool before they turn this into a political issue?
    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    I cant find anyone turning it into a political issue.
    And the left was dancing on the graves of the Newtown children before the last brass case hit the ground.
    It was a few posts above yours.

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    Re: School shooting this morning . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    No. But it happens often enough these days we might try to figure out why. It's not an either one extreme or the other Question btw.
    Why? Because parents are raising weak minded kids that dont know any other way to handle situations. Other than what they learn on Grand Theft Auto.

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    Re: School shooting this morning . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    They do as much in reverse, calling to arm people. Same coin, different side.

    Now do you have an argument?
    I have never heard pro rights advocates call people to arms over a nut shooting kids in a school. At "worst" they argue that schools should not be a gun free zone where only killers are armed and thus will be able to kill innocents unchallenged.

    the fact is-school shootings are incidents anti gun extremists LOOK FORWARD TO and crave in order to advance their disgusting agenda. Look at arch scumbag Feintard who had her anti gun schemes in the works for at least a year but waited until Newtown to unleash it.

    SHE WANTS these sort of deaths because to the hysterical left, the end justify the ends and if a few kids die its ok as long as the hated NRA is punished.



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    Re: School shooting this morning . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    You failed in that analogy. No one is forcing anyone to own a gun. But people like you are willing to have me forced to turn mine over.
    exactly, but the extremists will claim that owning a gun alone infringes on the right to life of children. One gun bannter made that argument already in this thread



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    Re: School shooting this morning . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    Why? Because parents are raising weak minded kids that dont know any other way to handle situations. Other than what they learn on Grand Theft Auto.
    Oh, think that's too simplistic a way to look at it. Perhaps in discussion we might see another view. Maybe even a few different views.

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    Re: School shooting this morning . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    I have never heard pro rights advocates call people to arms over a nut shooting kids in a school. At "worst" they argue that schools should not be a gun free zone where only killers are armed and thus will be able to kill innocents unchallenged.

    the fact is-school shootings are incidents anti gun extremists LOOK FORWARD TO and crave in order to advance their disgusting agenda. Look at arch scumbag Feintard who had her anti gun schemes in the works for at least a year but waited until Newtown to unleash it.

    SHE WANTS these sort of deaths because to the hysterical left, the end justify the ends and if a few kids die its ok as long as the hated NRA is punished.
    Then you should taken that selective cotton out of your ears. There has been calls to arm teachers. Calls to arm students. Calls to have armed guards at schools.

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    Re: School shooting this morning . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    You failed in that analogy. No one is forcing anyone to own a gun. But people like you are willing to have me forced to turn mine over.
    That's not what the analogy spoke to. It spoke to the call. Nothing more.

    Have you had to turn your gun over? Seems to me you're over reacting to something not really happening.

    AUSTAN GOOLSBEE: I think the world vests too much power, certainly in the president, probably in Washington in general for its influence on the economy, because most all of the economy has nothing to do with the government.

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    Re: School shooting this morning . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    Then you should taken that selective cotton out of your ears. There has been calls to arm teachers. Calls to arm students. Calls to have armed guards at schools.
    I think I mentioned that. that is to make schools areas where criminals will be challenged. That is not a "call to arms" at all for the nation as a whole

    tell us Boo-whose legitimate rights have pro rights advocates called for to be restricted in reaction to school shootings?



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    Re: School shooting this morning . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    Then you should taken that selective cotton out of your ears. There has been calls to arm teachers. Calls to arm students. Calls to have armed guards at schools.
    Anyone who tries to kill students/teachers in a school should be executed by a firing squad of 1st graders on the spot.



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    Re: School shooting this morning . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Contrarian View Post
    Who's blaming it on the guns? I'm just sayin', thanks to the conservative politicians who strive so hard to protect our Second Amendment FREEDOM against background checks or mandatory safety training (both of which most NRA members support, btw), any American - be he a violent felon, a sexual predator, a socio- or psychopath, or a domestic terrorist - can get himself any kinda gun he wants, and lo and behold, once more we hear American children giving us that unforgettable Sound of Second Amendment FREEDOM!

    And don't you feel sorry for the Aussies and Canucks and Kiwis, being trapped in socialist tyrannies and all, 'cause their kids never, ever get to have our Great American Tradition of lockdowns at school, and they never ever get to raise their (terrified) voices in their own version of our Sound of Second Amendment FREEDOM!
    Frankly I dont give a **** about the Aussies, Kiwis, Canadians, etc. I dont live in their country. I dont have their experiences, They dont have mine. Funny how that all works. Even when the Aussies were allowed fairly unfettered gun ownership they never had the same kind of problems we have with gangs and violence so to compare our experiences is in a word...stupid. Attempting to alter the rights (freedoms) of the vast majority of the owners of 300 million firearms because the very occasional bad actor is also...stupid. Ignoring the day to day violence and only celebrating the occasional school shooting in your 'cause' is not only stupid, its corrupt. Ignoring the reality for every 1 school shooting there are hundreds of beatings and stabbings that go ignored is equally stupid and corrupt.

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