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  1. Bruce4671 commented on Steve Breen about 15 hours ago

    yeah, no chance for any “personal” vendetta there….a check box. yes sir, that page is not accessible to anyone but the government. Privacy and honesty guaranteed.

  2. Bruce4671 commented on Tom Toles 1 day ago

    Well, over population is the real problem………..

  3. Bruce4671 commented on Clay Jones 1 day ago

    Finally, rational commenting.

    The laws are there. Enforcement however seems to be shoddy. PLUS, criminals do not seem to obey the law.

    I own a few guns. Nothing one would classify as an assault weapon, but good for self defense and hunting (in Florida one carries a handgun in the swamp. Snakes don’cha know. Plus, often the kill shot for large game is necessary and a handgun is good for that.

    I’m sure those in states with great big bears (not just our little black bears) carry handguns – big ones – as a last line of defense when out mending fences and such.

    So if we just get rid of the politicians ……

  4. Bruce4671 commented on Steve Breen 1 day ago

    Ted, background checks are required already.

    http://www.tacticalmilsim.com/3-civilian-tactical/concealed-carry/A-Firearm-Background-Check-is-Required-to-Buy-a-Gun/

    So what do you want, the ability for law enforcement to come into your home whenever they see fit and inspect your home for illegal gun related activity?

    Didn’t our founding fathers cover that already with the 4th amendment?

    And “ridiculous number of guns” is just your opinion. Who made YOU judge jury and executioner?

  5. Bruce4671 commented on Jim Morin 1 day ago

    Being a native Floridian, I support this idea. If you don’t like the fact that here in my state the citizens can and do avail themselves of the ability to keep and bear arms in accordance with the founding documents of this country, then yes, go.

    The law is clear on the FACT that in order to obtain a firearm, one must first pass a background check – even at gun shows – that mail order arms MUST be shipped to a licensed vendor, that the mentally unstable and felons may not buy a weapon and IF one wants to carry said weapon with them they then must TRAIN and PASS a course designed for that responsibility.

    Enforcement of said laws may not be up to par in some areas. However, that does not turn the firearm into a killer of people.

    Besides, how will you defend yourself against the zombie hordes without a shotgun?

  6. Bruce4671 commented on Steve Breen 3 days ago

    OK good reference. Plus, all the laws that are cited are already on the books. So why is it that the tool is the problem and not the person with the tool?

  7. Bruce4671 commented on Nick Anderson 3 days ago

    Ya Know, I agree that IF one were able to totally remove all weapons from all people then deaths due to the use of said weapon would be reduced.

    But remember the first murder recorded for our edification (not necessarily an actual event) was brother against brother and accomplished with a stick picked up from the ground.

    What does that mean? Well, eliminating manufactured weapons does not change the fact that humans are indeed human and therefore prone to reactions brought on by chemicals flooding the body.

    If you do not have a means to protect yourself then who is going to stop the angry crazed (if only temporarily thus due to hormones coursing through the body) individual from picking up the jawbone of an ass and smiting you?

  8. Bruce4671 commented on Nick Anderson 3 days ago

    as opposed to you and your master Soros…right?

  9. Bruce4671 commented on Michael Ramirez 4 days ago

    come on guys….

    yes, politicians of all stripes circumvent the rules. It does not mean it is legal to do so. Read the law then apply it while ignoring political party affiliation.

    https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/1924

    “I did not email any classified material to anyone…” proclaimed Hillary Clinton at her March press conference in an attempt to quell questions about the unsecure server she used for all State Department business. Cleverly, Clinton dodged the fact that she received classified email on that vulnerable server, conduct also in violation of 18 USC 1924, which makes it a crime to have classified information at an “unauthorized location.” Just ask General David Petraeus. – By Pete Hoekstra, Victoria Toensing

    At one time I worked for a large corporation (in management) that had an intricate intranet system. One could have a connection from home BUT it had to meet the security standard set by the corporation.

    How much more secure should all communication to and from the US sec. of State be?

    But I forgot…Democrat politicians are above the law. Just ask Obama

  10. Bruce4671 commented on Mike Luckovich 4 days ago

    well…. what’s with the racist cartoon? The Donald never said that. And America has never been and never will be exclusive to Caucasians.

    Remember the melting pot theme?

    Trumps not my guy. Still you would think that the issues he brings up, the issues that resonate with we the people would be discussed without using the hate speech.

    Do you want to be a sovereign nation? Then secure the borders. What country in the world tolerates foreign nationals – criminals or not – crossing borders and controlling sections of land uncontested?

    just sayin……