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  1. tauyen

    tauyen said, about 1 year ago

    There aren’t enough cells to hold ’em all.

  2. kato1979

    kato1979 said, about 1 year ago

    Crazy person control? We had that once, but Reagan cut funding and put them all on the street. What has followed was as predicted.

  3. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    One man’s “crazy” is another man’s “committed idealist”. That should not be forgotten.


    Most gun deaths in the U.S. are NOT the actions of a mentally ill person. Most terrorist acts are performed by “committed persons” out to make a point. (or get fame and publicity.)

  4. greyolddave

    greyolddave said, about 1 year ago

    I like Dana. She is so sensitive to the suffering of others.

  5. Wraithkin

    Wraithkin said, about 1 year ago

    It’s actually kind of frustrating. In Boston we blame the bomber, not the bomb. But in Sandy Hook, we blame the gun, not the shooter. Why is that?

  6. Ionizer

    Ionizer said, about 1 year ago

    @Wraithkin

    “It’s actually kind of frustrating. In Boston we blame the bomber, not the bomb. But in Sandy Hook, we blame the gun, not the shooter. Why is that?”

    Because the primary issue for Obama is gun control.

    Also, we know that bombers are criminals who will always find a way to get or make a bomb. Libs believe that if we pass enough gun laws, criminals will obey those laws and use baseball bats or scissors.

  7. Mexícano

    Mexícano said, about 1 year ago

    @Wraithkin

    Porque tu no puedes ir a una store and buy a bomb. That’s why nobody blames the bomb. You would have to be a pendejo not to know that.

  8. Mexícano

    Mexícano said, about 1 year ago

    @coraryan

    Trata de no pensar mucho. Regulation and confiscation are two different this amigo.

  9. Ionizer

    Ionizer said, about 1 year ago

    @Mexícano

    “Porque tu no puedes ir a una store and buy a bomb. That’s why nobody blames the bomb. You would have to be a pendejo not to know that.”

    Still spouting tonteria.

  10. Wraithkin

    Wraithkin said, about 1 year ago

    @Mexícano

    You are missing the point. You can buy black powder, ball bearings, nails and pressure cookers without any form of checks. But you have to pass a background check to purchase weapons. But my point is this:

    Both people who committed these atrocities were evil. Adam Lanza took one life at a time, with many bullets. We blame the firearms. Whoever did this in Boston killed 3 and maimed over 150 with two bombs. We blame the bomber.

    Both of them are tragedies. But why in one are we singling out the tool and the other we are singling out the fool? Shouldn’t we be focusing on the individual who committed the crime, not the tools used to commit the crime?

    Also, speak English. I don’t speak Mexican, and you are posting on an English-speaking board. You intermingling your language detracts from your discussing points, and only can serve to get people irritated with you.

  11. mickey1339

    mickey1339 GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    @kato1979

    “We had that once, but Reagan cut funding "


    And how many years ago was that and how many different regimes have we had in Washington that had the ability to change that situation? Try again.

  12. mickey1339

    mickey1339 GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    @dtroutma

    “Most gun deaths in the U.S. are NOT the actions of a mentally ill person.


    I guess that depends on what you consider mentally ill. Suicides and criminal shootings top out the list.

    “Two-thirds of all gun-related deaths in the United States are suicides.”


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_violence_in_the_United_States

  13. dannysixpack

    dannysixpack said, about 1 year ago

    Wraithkin said, about 6 hours ago

    “It’s actually kind of frustrating. In Boston we blame the bomber, not the bomb. But in Sandy Hook, we blame the gun, not the shooter. Why is that?”

    very simple, if you don’t try to be dense.

    pressure cookers and mail are not expected to be lethal weapons. One does not approach a pressure cooker, or a letter with an expectation or a clue that they might end up dead or seriosly maimed. Killing and maiming is not the designed purpose of a pressure cooker or a letter.

    However, firearms ARE designed to kill and maim. It is their purpose in life. Any responsible firearm owner/handler is well aware of this and when responsible takes precautions that his firearm does not kill or main UNTIL s/he decides that it is appropriate to kill or maim (or threaten to kill or maim) with it.

    hope that clears up the difference for you between firearms, pressure cookers, letters, and i think we can throw automobiles in there too.

  14. Ionizer

    Ionizer said, about 1 year ago

    @dannysixpack

    “hope that clears up the difference for you between firearms, pressure cookers, letters, and i think we can throw automobiles in there too.”

    But neither pressure cookers, firearms, nor cars cause injury or death just sitting there. Someone has to cause the action, so it should always be the person’s responsibility. I know the idea of personal responsibility makes most libs’ heads explode, but that’s life.

  15. dannysixpack

    dannysixpack said, about 1 year ago

    the action of the pressure cooker is to make delicious food. the action of a car is to transport. We all know what the action of a firearm is.

    can you actually sit there and expect us to believe after columbine, aurora, giffords, sandy hook, and now some 4 year old killed his mom (by accident) son of deputy, while they had their backs turned for a moment?

    I do not accept there is ‘no problem’, or that it is not firearm related.

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