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  • billyliar66 billyliar66 Apr 14, 2013 7:12 PM Flag

    GOP New Super Loser Mario (Marco) Rubio: Background Checks Won't Capture Criminals

    Yeah, we know that. It will just stop them from getting guns.
    It's stopped over 30,000 so far.

    Currently 94% of the US population wants universal background checks. The GOP and NRA will fight it.

    The 2014 election will be the second easiest in history. The first, will be Hilary Clinton term 1 in 2016, followed by Hillary Clinton term 2.

    Imagine, by 2024, A solid majority of the Supreme Court justices will be liberal democrats, and most like, under age 50. That insures a liberal court until 2044.

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    • Sandy Hook shooter broke these laws (10 at quick count) in committing his murders, including the murder of his mother. What law are you suggesting that would have stopped him? Where would additional background check have stopped this tragedy? What punishment are you suggesting that is more severe than the murder charges?

      Murder of his mother
      Car Theft
      Unlawful carrying of a loaded pistol with out a permit
      Driving to school with gun.
      Underage adult in Possession of a loaded gun-(3+ counts)
      Bringing a gun into a gun free zone
      Criminal Trespass (school)
      Assault with a deadly weapon-Gun
      Committing A Felony With a Firearm
      Possession of a stolen gun (4+ counts )

      That's just a quick inventory; I've heard he broke more than 30 laws. Would 35 have made this not happen? How many more laws that do not stop these tragedies to you need, to what end? I'm honestly curious.

 
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