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  1. zoidknight

    zoidknight said, about 1 year ago

    And how many are those by legally owned and registered weapons? Very, Very few.

  2. cjr53

    cjr53 said, about 1 year ago

    Why not ask the owner of the guns used in Newtown. Oh wait, it’s not possible. She was killed by her own gun.

  3. TheTrustedMechanic

    TheTrustedMechanic GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    @cjr53

    One minor correction there CJ, “She was killed by her own legally owned and registered gun.”
    So that makes the answer to zoidy’s question at least 28 last year (the gun owner, 20 innocent children and 6 innocent adults trying to protect those children and then the shooter who killed himself, with the legally owned and registered guns)
    Once again the ignorance and arrogance of the zoid shines though (the gun smoke(screen))

  4. Harleyquinn

    Harleyquinn GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    but but according to one congressmen millions of kids are dying, and it for the kids we must do something about the 2nd, and according to another with no clue, Micheal Mooron, who tweeted out the onion story, the NRA does not car until 100,000 are killed. So what is it? I have to listen to the hysteria of these liberal loons?

  5. Fourcrows

    Fourcrows said, about 1 year ago

    @onguard

    I’m actually going to agree with the point of your post. There is no reason for background check and registration data to be sold or made public, except among gun dealers (you get flagged at one, all shops should know). I think law enforcement agencies should be notified, even fire departments, who may want to know that they are about to enter a building with 3,000 rounds of exploding ammo. Beyond that, it now becomes a matter of privacy. If I’m looking to rob a bank, I shouldn’t be able to hack into a publicly distributed database that tells me which house contains the guns I might want to use.

  6. Robert Landers

    Robert Landers said, about 1 year ago

    @Fourcrows

    A very reasonable post that stated very reasonable conditions to gun ownership lists. And this is neither a conservative nor a liberal issue, it is a human safety issue. Nobody, including reasonable liberals is even hinting that legitimate gun owners should be in any way penalized for owning reasonable guns of any kind. But iT is known that certain types of guns should only be used by the police or the military (including the militias of each state, now called the National Guards of each state).
    The true hysteria is not being generated by reasonable liberals or conservatives, but by the likes of this head of the current NRA!!

  7. Adrian Snare

    Adrian Snare said, about 1 year ago

    @TheTrustedMechanic

    And, IMO, IF only the completely sane were allowed to own weapons, this massacre would never have happened.
    I am saying that the shooters mothers was NOT completely sane !
    What sane individual would have such an arsenal at home ?
    We no NOT need lethal weapons for self defense..

  8. Adrian Snare

    Adrian Snare said, about 1 year ago

    @zoidknight

    IF we had absolute 100% gun control, where the people are number one, and NOT the NRA and its lackeys(libertarians and conservatives), over time, this slaughter would STOP.
    Americans do not want this yet as the two (liberts and cons are in the majority), so the child massacres will continue for another 90 years..

  9. Adrian Snare

    Adrian Snare said, about 1 year ago

    @Harleyquinn

    Insults and slurs; lies and half truths from the right wing extremists…and illiteracy….
    Harley, this is cruel and heartless of me, but what you need is to see 100,000 pics of those murdered children….
    And, are you smart enough to know what I mean by absolute , 100% gun control ?
    As a pessimist, I doubt it.

  10. zekedog55

    zekedog55 GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    @Adrian Snare

    Harley is in a box of his own making…

    .
    He peeks over the edge occasionally, babbles incoherently, then drops back down, wild eyed and muttering peevishly within his self built confines…

  11. Rad-ish

    Rad-ish GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    The NRA should fire LaPierre, the crazed lightning rod.

  12. TheTrustedMechanic

    TheTrustedMechanic GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    @onguard

    NRA supports true background checks but not the collection of data on gun owners with will surely be used for another agenda. Witness the NY newspaper miss use of such data.”
    How can a “true background check” be performed, at least a credible effective one without a “collection of data” on all people, gun owners included? If you don’t collect data, you will have nothing to check. Oh, I see……

  13. Fourcrows

    Fourcrows said, about 1 year ago

    Seriously?
    None of those other things are designed with the specific purpose of killing someone. Yes, they can, when used improperly. Fire departments and rescue workers are trained to identify those hazards and deal with them. There is a database of homes based on their fuel types, and the fire department uses it. Anyone storing large amounts of hazardous materials unsafely and without permission from local authorities is committing a crime. About a decade ago, I ran a pool supply store, which meant I went to work inside a giant bomb. Everything had to be accounted for. I had to report anyone I felt was making any suspicious purchases or asking suspicious questions.
    Guns and ammunition are much more of a wildcard. Firefighters can deal with comustibles and poisons by assuming there are already a number present in every house. They already know what type of heating fuel the house has, and approach a fire accordingly. But, for every gun owner who keeps their guns and ammo in a fireproof safe, there are others who keep live ammunition on shelves, in drawers, in workshops, creating a potential gauntlet of shrapnel for first responders attempting to save the lives of those who may still be inside. I have an aunt and uncle who were firefighters for 3 decades, and who had to watch a few houses burn to the ground because of live ammunition exploding inside. All they could do was seal off a safe distance and prevent the fire from spreading until it burned out.
    Remember, it was a piece of shrapnel less than a millimeter across that killed Brandon Lee by severing an artery in his chest. Each bullet that explodes due to fire has the potential of doing the same thing.

  14. Fourcrows

    Fourcrows said, about 1 year ago

    @onguard

    Also, please define “loons”. Here in Maine, they’re those duck-like birds with the red eyes.
    At what point do you determine someone is a threat? When they are committed after committing a crime? When they take Zoloft or Prozac? When they seem to sit around all day on the internet posting about how the government is trying to take away their guns? When people are considered sociopaths (as are apparently 60% of CEO’s and executives)?
    How do you determine someone is a threat until after they harm someone? You want freedom from government oversight, yet you support a plan that would entail EVERY SINGLE CITIZEN be subject to testing to determine who is “sane enough” to be out and about in society. THAT is totalitarianism.
    What if the vast majority of mental health experts determined that anyone who felt they needed to own a gun for “self defense” from criminals, governments, or neighbors was determined to be paranoid and therefore should have their guns confiscated? Would you agree and comply?

  15. jdlambert

    jdlambert GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    Over 40,000 Americans will die from auto accidents next year. Where are your cartoons calling for more restrictions on cars?

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