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  • Is the person pulling the trigger

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Thread: Firearms - The Primary Problem

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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    Make the rapist some tea? Raping can work up an awful thirst.
    It would be terribly impolite to not afford your daughter's rapist something to drink - and, certainly, a light snack would be in order.

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    Question Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by obvious Child View Post
    Is it the weapon or the person pulling the trigger?
    We have one vote for the weapon itself, but don't know who cast the vote. What's up with that? I find it facinating that the vast majority so far voted conservative.
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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    It would be terribly impolite to not afford your daughter's rapist something to drink - and, certainly, a light snack would be in order.
    Scones perhaps?
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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    Scones perhaps?
    Saltines and tomatoe soup.

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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by rsixing View Post
    The more I study this issue I still come to the inescapable conclusion that firearms are a problem. In that I mean those who should not possess them gain access to them and possess them illegally and then, in turn, use them in the commission of crimes, mayhem and murder.

    IMO there seems to be no viable solution to this issue, how to keep weapons out of the hands of criminals, et al those determined to be prohibited persons under the GCA. Do you have a solution james?
    I have a solution. Let EVERYBODY own one. A criminal will think twice about ****ing with someone knowing they're armed.

    Did somebody REALLY vote for the gun?

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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    Why don't we take a look at gun crime in Chicago? Highest murder rate in America with quite possibly the most stringent gun control laws in the country. Nice try.
    I thought DC was the worst?

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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Invayne View Post
    I thought DC was the worst?
    The supreme court changed that, but the debate was always between DC and Chicago. Our laws are retarded.
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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhisattva View Post
    That reminds me of the christian guy in "Bowling for Columbine" that was against Marylin Manson and said that he was bad because not eveybody that goes to see him will kill somebody, but some do just like not everybody that watches a Lexus add will buy one, but some do!

    I think that we seriously need to study the effects of eating vegetables, because I bet the we would find that not everybody that eats vegetables goes out and kills somebody, but some do!

    I have played tons of violent video games, as have many many many others that I know, and NOT ONE of us has ever even started a fight, let alone killed somebody. It is innate to the person and/or how they are raised as well as the environment in which they live... this violent nature, and it has NOTHING to do with games and such solely.
    I was raised on Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam. Last I heard, they were banned for being too violent. I never hurt or killed anyone either, but as for my guns...well, I just try not to piss them off.

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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    We have one vote for the weapon itself, but don't know who cast the vote. What's up with that? I find it facinating that the vast majority so far voted conservative.
    I wouldnt call it conservative. I would call it sensible.

    There is no such thing as an inanimate object killing someone by itself. There's always something that accompanies the action.

    Conservative, liberal, doesnt matter. Guns don't kill people, the holes that the bullets fired from the gun that the person was using kill people.
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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by BlueKC View Post
    I fail to see how rising figures for gun homicide in Britain, while remaining exponentially lower than the United States, at all helps your argument.
    You don't see how rising gun related homicides in an area that has STRICT gun control helps an arguement that Gun Control doesnt prevent crime?

    Okay, okay okay.

    How many guns are there in Britain?

    How many people are there in Britain?

    How many guns are there in the US?

    How many people are there in the US?


    Now, based on the numbers you will find that the arguement here will be GREATLY in favor of anti-gun-control.
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