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Clay Bennett for March 02, 2017

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    ahab  over 4 years ago

    NRA approved! Killing Americans better than terrorists is the NRA way. N. Korea,Iran, and ISIS give the NRA snaps! The GOP loves the campaign kickbacks as well. School massacres are a GOP assault rifle promoting tool. Yes Sir they really ramped up the propaganda immediately after the Columbine massacre in Colorado. Heck, Utah has a high teenage suicide rate and Utah’s legislators came out with a bill to lower legal gun possession to age 18, but 18 year olds in Utah aren’t allowed to drink alcohol or get real sexual education!

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    Mr. Blawt  over 4 years ago

    As long as he is getting a gun and not a joint, the GOP has no problem with this. Besides, it is easy to tell who the good guys are by the color of their hats (or at least their face right?)

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    braindead Premium Member over 4 years ago

    Yeah. “Reasonable” gun laws include prohibiting the government from keeping statistics on gun violence.

    Ignorance is strength.
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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member over 4 years ago

    Republicans tapping that huge market of crazy people buying guns.

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    Hippogriff  over 4 years ago

    Bruce4671: The founders did not intend every gun nut to be their own unregulated militia. Read “Madison’s Notes on the Constitutional Convention” – if you can find a copy. I had to use Interlibrary loan to do it. In the Bicentennial of the Constitution, no publisher had a copy in print, an early victory in the corporate takeover of the country.

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    toahero  over 4 years ago

    Guns don’t kill people, curious children do.

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    Kip W  over 4 years ago

    “I’ll need two forms of ID… just kidding.”

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    RAGs  over 4 years ago

    From what I’ve seen and heard, many people who are supposedly sane shouldn’t be allowed to have guns either. Look at the cases of people pulling out guns in road rage “incidents”.

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    Coopersdad  over 4 years ago

    Per the National Radicals Association, the loony dude has a perfect right to this weapon; but what about “common sense”?

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    Daeder  over 4 years ago

    I wish America would treat it’s guns like it treats it’s cars. Cars and guns are two of America’s favorite tools/status symbols. If you want to own and operate a car, you have to be tested, get a license and register every car you drive. If you are unable to demonstrate the ability to use your car safely and responsibly, you lose your license along with your right to drive an automobile. Sure, everyone hates the bureaucratic laundry mangle of the DMV, but everyone agrees it’s a necessary p.i.t.a. for maintaining safety standards. But if you try to apply that same logic and common sense to guns there are always the people who are so eager to miss the whole point. With their blinders on and ear plugs in place they yell: “No! Any suggestion of reasonable gun control is really just a plot to take away everyone’s guns!”

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    ArtyD2 Premium Member over 4 years ago

    Liberals wrote the ‘Americans with Disabilities Act’. If you have a business that sells to the public…

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    Cerabooge  over 4 years ago

    Look out, here comes the Mastercard race!

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    NeoconMan  over 4 years ago

    Hey, the Constitution says all Americans may own guns. Doesn’t say a word about nut-cases not being able to. Or criminals, children, or murderers. Freedom reigns! (Or “reins,” for you Trump supporters.)

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    sufamelico  over 4 years ago

    I have a question here for those interested in responding, "Are immigrants allowed to own and carry weapons?? " Me thinks this question hasn’t been addresses befor, but then I have been wrong before " :/

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