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GUEST,Chicken Charlie BS: Debate: NRA good or Evil? (180* d) RE: BS: Debate: NRA good or Evil? 07 Apr 08


Bob Rys.-- You get an A on ability to string cliches together. I'm tempted to reply, "Guns don't kill people; Republicans do." But I won't.

What does war have to do with the issue of whether I need full-auto capability on my personal weapons? IMO, nothing.

Crooks will always have guns. Another profundity, but we don't have to make it so easy, do we?

Artbrooks--I believe you are misquoting and therefore misinterpreting the II Amend. The word "member" isn't there is it? The way I recall it, it just says that a militia is necessary, so everybody should be able to have a gun. I don't think the People's Liberation Army would be stopped by a bunch of gang-bangers with Saturday night specials, esp. since the bangers would probably be too busy crapping their drawers to shoot.


Slag--As usual, you're as full of it as a Christmas goose.

If no cops were killed in the North Hollywood bank shoot-out, it was just by the grace of God, because I know several police and civilians were seriously injured, and a couple almost died, if none actually did. I don't think I need automatic capability and AP ammo to defend myself, but I don't want criminals to come after me with them, either.

"the law steps in to protect us ...." Oh, right. That is so effing naive I can't believe you're on this planet. How soon did the law step it at the Texas Tower and Columbine, etc., etc., and etc.

They did step in in N. Hollywood, or tried to, and got themselves shot up for trying.

You should be a bartender; you're so good at putting a twist in things.

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