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  • talo_boi121 talo_boi121 Dec 18, 2012 3:51 PM Flag

    A few dead kids is a small price to pay...

    ...for me to own such a beautiful weapon. It's much nicer and more powerful than my brother-in-law's gun, which of course means that I am more of a man than he is. Hear that you liberal pinkos??? OUR NATION'S GUN LAWS LET ME BE MORE OF A MAN THAN MY BROTHER-IN-LAW!!! They did not die in vain.

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    • Just allow the weapons available at the time the 2nd amendment was passed (1791). It doesn't say anywhere that you can own a gun for self-protection, only for purposes to join a militia to protect the state from outside attack.
      The writers of the 2nd amendment would be aghast the way it is distorted to allow any nut to own these killing utensils in the name of "freedom". On that premise, why not give everyone his own personal nuclear bomb, because remember, 'nuclear bombs don't kill, people do'. As a conservative who detests Obanana, I am ashamed to say that I agree with him on that one.

      • 1 Reply to gangels1
      • "It doesn't say anywhere that you can own a gun for self-protection, only for purposes to join a militia to protect the state from outside attack."

        What part of "the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed." do you not understand?

        Are you so passive and meek that you think you have zero rights to protect yourself?

        Even if it were illegal to do so, do you not possess the natural instinct in all living organisms to protect themselves?

        "The writers of the 2nd amendment would be aghast the way it is distorted to allow any nut to own these killing utensils in the name of "freedom". On that premise, why not give everyone his own personal nuclear bomb, because remember, 'nuclear bombs don't kill, people do'."

        So what you're saying is it SHOULD be illegal to protect yourself. That everyone else has more right to exist and more right to your property than you do.

        What the founding fathers would be aghast at is the mass feminization of the sorry excuses men have become a mere 230 years after fighting, yes fighting with real weapons and all, and dying to ensure the freedoms and the rights you so easily give away.

        With freedom comes responsibility. You don't take away freedoms because someone abuses them. You punish the abuser so that the abuses are minimized and the freedoms maintained.

    • Better than that, you know what makes a man feel like a REAL man?

      Killing unborn babies. And I don't mean just in the privacy of your own home.

      I mean baby killing factories. Businesses who make billions a year off babies taking a hammer to the head like a cow in a slaughter house. Well cows have civil rights and are killed humanely these days. Don't have to worry about humanity or civil rights when it comes to killing babies though.

      And the alpha male is the guy who can get his wife or girlfriend to kill a baby AND have some other tax paying schmuck pay for it. WOOF WOOF.

      Throw in a giving amnesty to a murderer because "we can't be 100% sure" he really killed that innocent person and we're talking king of the hill. Oh sure the innocent person is 100% dead, but the murderer is only 99% guilty, so he gets a pass.

      God the moral fiber, the idea of logic and the concepts of justice in a country where the government ingeniously distributes guns to bad guys, to "prevent bad buys from doing bad things", brought to you by bunch of great baby killing Oprahasized male tards, is almost at utopian levels.

    • "NRA is prepared to offer meaningful contributions to help make sure this never happens again" -

      Yeah right!!!!!!

      • 2 Replies to clandestine_ops1
      • NRA bunch of lying punks

      • by R. Lee Wrights, Vice Chair, National Libertarian Party

        Beware the person who says to you, "You don't need a gun." That kind of person will get you killed. Nothing proves this more than the terrible event of Friday last at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown Connecticut. Children and adults alike had their lives tragically cut short by a shooter in a gun-free zone. While it is appropriate to properly mourn those who have, once again, fallen victim to senseless violence, it is imperative that we act to ensure a tragedy such as this is never repeated.

        My own sadness quickly turns to anger as the realization sets in that this is actually a problem we can do something about. We can stop this madness tomorrow. When will America learn? How many innocent children must die before we admit the madness of gun-free killing fields populated by our precious sons and daughters? Why are we not doing everything we can to protect our children? We obviously need more guns in the gun-free zones!

        I can't believe we put armed guards in armored vehicles to safeguard and transport our money; however, we put our children on buses with no seatbelts and take them to schools where only video cameras and defenseless adults guard them. We plaster big bright signs proclaiming every school a Gun Free Zone, strategically place video surveillance equipment everywhere, and then pretend we have done all we can do to protect our precious children.

        Government has created these killing fields and conveniently labeled them "gun-free zones." It all began in 1990 when the Gun-Free School Zones Act (GFSZA) was enacted as section 1702 of the Crime Control Act of 1990. Oddly enough the GFSZA was subsequently declared to be an unconstitutional exercise of Congressional authority under the Commerce Clause of the United States Constitution by the United States Supreme Court, and was therefore voided.

        Chalk on up for the good guys, right? Not so fast. You see the case, United States v. Lopez (1995), was the first time in over half a century that the Supreme Court limited Congressional authority to legislate under the Commerce Clause.

        Following the Lopez decision, Congress made minor changes requiring that the firearm in question "has moved in or otherwise affects interstate commerce," and reenacted the law with President Bill Clinton's signature. As nearly all firearms have moved in Interstate Commerce at some point in their lives, this was merely a legislative tactic to circumvent the Supreme Court's ruling. Although the amended GFSZA has yet to be challenged in the United States Supreme Court, it has been reviewed and upheld by several United States Circuit Courts.

        A law has been ruled unconstitutional and voided, yet reworked by Congress it somehow has been fixed and implemented anyway? And, it is yet to be challenged? Why? Where is the National Rifle Association on this? How about my favorite Gun Owners of America? Speak up Second Amendment Foundation and Citizen’s Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms! I urge all these organizations to join the Libertarian Party and myself in calling for an end to gun-free zones. Help us honor the innocent victims of Sandy Hook by memorializing them as the last time a thing like this ever happens.

        Gun control allowed this to happen. More gun control is not going to fix it. Gun control laws tell the criminals right where to go to make their crime as spectacular as possible. Criminals are smart enough to know better than to walk into a gun show and start shooting. These "sick" individuals are not so sick as to walk into a police station and just start shooting either. They go where the victims have been herded together for them and left virtually unprotected. Sadly, they just go to school.

        Children are dying! Gun control only gives sick people a place to go to kill people where they know no one will stop them. Newtown proves having no weapons is fatal! Take down all gun-free zone signs, arm the teachers and administrators, and train them to save young lives. We have to give our teachers and children a fighting chance.

        You never hear about an Israeli school being shot up by some madman. Why? Because it never happens, that’s why! The teachers and administrators are armed and train to protect their young charges. Whatever happened to the wise old adage, “Better safe than sorry”? Our children certainly deserve at least the same amount of protection we give our money, don’t they?

        Let’s honor the young victims of Sandy Hook Elementary. Let’s memorialize them by making them known as the last victims of a failed attempt by government to protect our most valuable resource… our children. Stop pretending you are protecting our children by putting up more signs and cameras. Bring back the Second Amendment thereby allowing responsible people to defend themselves and our children unimpeded by government interference. May Newtown Connecticut be forever known as the last town where children died in a gun-free zone.

        "After a shooting spree, they always want to take the guns away from the people who didn't do it."

        - William S. Burroughs

 
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