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Jeff Danziger

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  1. mythreesons

    mythreesons GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    And his mother, too.

  2. sbeavin

    sbeavin said, almost 4 years ago

    By this analogy all men of the cloth are pedophiles. Real good thing there morons.

  3. Stipple

    Stipple said, almost 4 years ago

    @sbeavin

    No, it is not a real good thing.

    One line insults are fun but accomplish nothing.
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    Pedaphile priests, and murderous NRA members both exist and are a problem that should be faced, not trivialized.

  4. Darsan54

    Darsan54 GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    Yep, that about sums it up.

    I have nothing against hunters or sport shooters or guns in general. I do have a thing against military style weapons being available to anyone in the population. The distinction between full auto and semi-auto is a difference not worth counting. If it takes you a 100 bullets to bring down that white-tail, well, maybe hunting isn’t your sport. Take up racquet ball.

  5. Dr Lou

    Dr Lou GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    I’d think…..‘sponsored by the NRA’ would be far more appropriate.

  6. Justice22

    Justice22 said, almost 4 years ago

    @Darsan54

    Well Said, Darsan54. Listening to the gunshots during deer season, it seems to bear out your post too. Lots of hunters need to take up a different “Sport”.

  7. Wabbit

    Wabbit GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    the lights may be on. BUt NOBODY is home in that young man!

  8. mickey1339

    mickey1339 GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    @Stipple

    “Pedaphile priests, and murderous NRA members both exist and are a problem that should be faced, not trivialized.”

    And I would contend that it is a very small percentage of both as compared to the whole. The NRA and it’s members are a convenient target and inflame people into emotional rants. I posted on another board about categorizing me and literally millions of law abiding NRA members as cowards, murderers, criminals and generally evil people. We are also the veterans who defended you, police that protect you, doctors and dentists that care for you, and whole families that are not guilty or deserving of this evil mantle being hung on the organization in general.

  9. mickey1339

    mickey1339 GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    “Just correcting the record!”

    You may be technically correct, but then it just falls into a whole other list of child abuse statutes. Fact of life, there will always be people who will take advantage of a “trusting environment,” whether it be schools, churches, day care centers etc. I sometimes think we give the Romans a run for their money when it comes to decadence…

  10. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    Not the whole NRA, but certainly represents La PIerre, and the highly paid “management” of the organization. Their insane insistence on NO regulation of weapons with insane “kill capacity”, is NOT what the Second Amendment is about. Neither is their ludicrous claim that the amendment is about folks having the power to rise against the government in armed conflict. How would the TEA party and other nut folks do against the United States Marines who ARE sworn to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America?

  11. fechelard

    fechelard said, almost 4 years ago

    Nice one! Your prejudices are barely showing there!

    Actually, the term you are looking for is ephebophilia. Or would have been if the predation had been limited only to adolescent boys. Of course it wasn’t, no matter how hard you would prefer it to be… boy or girls, prepubescent or not, the cases have been as varied as the predators. For many, it was more a question of opportunity than anything else.

    And that’s where the parallel between the NRA and the church comes through again. Because if not all churchmen were predators, they all were part of a conspiracy of silence to protect them, be it actively or passively. In the same way the NRA will always protect the situations that give rise to those kind of mass-murderers, because the lives of 6-years old will always be trumped by the right of fearful or sick people to own enough firepower to lay waste to a neighborhood because, you know… freedom!

  12. momsaid

    momsaid said, almost 4 years ago

    Slander. No facts, no evidence, no proof. The NRA would not have accepted a mental patient, and the man couldn’t have legally obtained a carry permit. He stole, murdered, then suicided when he heard the sirens coming. The ‘Assault Weapons’ ban in effect in Connecticut didn’t stop him. An armed teacher could have.

  13. Donald Williams

    Donald Williams said, almost 4 years ago

    @dtroutma

    How would the TEA party and other nut folks do against the United States Marines who ARE sworn to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America?
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    It seems to me that GWB also swore a similar oath and yet claimed the Constitution is just a dog-dammed piece of paper; then he proceeded to nullify portions of it by declaring that “national security” required trampling civil rights. Where does one draw the line?
    Smiley

  14. braindead08

    braindead08 GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    @mickey1339

    ‘I posted on another board about categorizing me and literally millions of law abiding NRA members as cowards, murderers, criminals and generally evil people.’
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    I don’t believe the millions of law abiding NRA members any of the things you mentioned. They couldn’t possibly be like that. I think that many people hate the NRA — and they think they would also hate the members because of what the NRA does.
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    But the organization exerts a huge amount of power nationally and at the state level. And the reason they weild so much power is that they can deliver the VOTES of those millions of law abiding NRA members.
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    The mantra of the NRA is that any gun control legislation inevitably leads to confiscation of all guns. That sentiment has been stated over and over on these boards.
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    So, is it your belief that any gun control leads to confiscation? What about the beliefs of those millions of NRA members?

  15. mickey1339

    mickey1339 GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    @braindead08

    “So, is it your belief that any gun control leads to confiscation? What about the beliefs of those millions of NRA members?”

    The belief that control leads to confiscation has been illustrated in other countries like England, Australia and others. As such, people associate the issue of gun control here as just a step to ultimate confiscation. I personally don’t only because we have enough political change between parties and the laws are often reversed, challenged in court or get diluted by the political process. I have read a lot of sociological studies and theories about our love of guns in this country, many that associate gun ownership with Americas continued need for a spirit of adventure, hunting, violent sports, and some associate it with our basic freedom as Americans. To be honest I haven’t paid that much attention because it doesn’t come up that much until something like the school shooting happens. The uproar is so quick and intense that I think people react out of fear as much as some philosophical belief and then they become very defensive and feel they have to stand up for their rights.
    Personally I think hunting and the shooting sports are waning anyway. Statistics show a lot fewer households own guns than say twenty years ago and it is getting more restrictive to find places to safely shoot. Besides that our culture is changing and the shooting sports aren’t as popular with young people as they used to be. I hope I could shed some light on your question.

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