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    Re: Do firearms empower people?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Mark View Post
    Usually I start with the first paragraph.

    Optionally, I will start with whichever argument I find easiest to address.
    OR the one I find most interesting.
    Or one could have nothing intelligent to say and thus respond with some idiotic drivel that only a complete retard would bother wasting the time necessary to type. For example, one could simply respond with a brain-turd along the lines of: "So much flawed logic, where does one start?"

    That way the mindless idiot who chooses such a response can engage in all of the mental masturbation they see fit without actually engaging their brain in any way shape or form, thus eliminating any possibility of them harming themselves.
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    Re: Do firearms empower people?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    really? Gun crime is going down-so are accidental shooting deaths yet Democrats continue to try to ban guns or severely limit our rights.
    And they are losing that battle. Look at the difference in the number of Concealed carry states in the last 20 years even without SC intervention.

    tell me TC-why did the Democrats ban people owning machine guns made after May 19, 1986 even though in SEVENTY YEARS there was only one case of a legally owned machine gun being used in a crime
    Don't equivocate. The part in bold is an irrelevancy. The Dems don't bother using legally owned and illegally owned distinctions. The people they convince to support them do not bother with that info either.

    They use all gun crimes as their tool in their emotion-based arguments. Most of them actually believe that they are trying to stop crime by banning guns. They actually believe the emotional arguments they present.

    And I'm not talking about crimes committed with legally owned guns, I'm talking about all gun crime, regardless of the legality of ownership. A murder with a legally owned gun is just as bad as one with an illegally owned gun. In the absence of gun crimes, there are no gun laws in this country. Plain and simple. The biggest threat to gun ownership is gun crime.
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    Re: Do firearms empower people?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    You are not equipped with the necessary tools to analyze logic effectively.
    Or you are unable to grasp the topic of discussion, and wish to bait others.

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    Re: Do firearms empower people?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    Or one could have nothing intelligent to say and thus respond with some idiotic drivel that only a complete retard would bother wasting the time necessary to type. For example, one could simply respond with a brain-turd along the lines of: "So much flawed logic, where does one start?"

    That way the mindless idiot who chooses such a response can engage in all of the mental masturbation they see fit without actually engaging their brain in any way shape or form, thus eliminating any possibility of them harming themselves.
    I must have struck a nerve.

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    Re: Do firearms empower people?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    And they are losing that battle. Look at the difference in the number of Concealed carry states in the last 20 years even without SC intervention.



    Don't equivocate. The part in bold is an irrelevancy. The Dems don't bother using legally owned and illegally owned distinctions. The people they convince to support them do not bother with that info either.

    They use all gun crimes as their tool in their emotion-based arguments. Most of them actually believe that they are trying to stop crime by banning guns. They actually believe the emotional arguments they present.

    And I'm not talking about crimes committed with legally owned guns, I'm talking about all gun crime, regardless of the legality of ownership. A murder with a legally owned gun is just as bad as one with an illegally owned gun. In the absence of gun crimes, there are no gun laws in this country. Plain and simple. The biggest threat to gun ownership is gun crime.
    I disagree-the biggest threat to gun ownership are politicians



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    Re: Do firearms empower people?

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    Or you are unable to grasp the topic of discussion, and wish to bait others.
    ...said the guy who couldn't respond to a post and instead pretended that there was "flawed logic" without any awareness of the irony.
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    Re: Do firearms empower people?

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    I must have struck a nerve.
    I do find idiocy to be annoying.
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    Re: Do firearms empower people?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    I disagree-the biggest threat to gun ownership are politicians
    Where do they get their ability to be a threat from?
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    Re: Do firearms empower people?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    Where do they get their ability to be a threat from?
    being in office



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    Re: Do firearms empower people?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    being in office
    And how do they get there?
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