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Matt Bors for Jan 7, 2013

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    Brass Orchid GC Insider over 5 years ago

    I like it better when they protect us from free speech in the public square rather than abuse of the right to bear arms. It’s much more exciting that way, and they can use tanks and stuff.

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    Odon  over 5 years ago

    Welcome to Wayne’s World, this ’toon nails it.

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    Mikeyj  over 5 years ago

    Well, this nicely thought out (kidding) idea of the NRA gun nuts , should go a long way into making the next generation of Americans even more screwed up than the present one… After all, it’s every American’s right to own an atomic bomb, providing they promise to be “responsible” bomb owners…..I say we need to build a border wall; to keep the NRA nut jobs out of Canada!

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    ScullyUFO  over 5 years ago

    I think you are answering your own question.

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    Odon  over 5 years ago

    Scott help us out and also give links to all the gun deaths over the weekend.

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    rini1946  over 5 years ago

    how about dogs in schools. It is a shame if some forein power want to take us over they will same a lot of time becasue they will not have to strip us of our freedoms because we have none

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  over 5 years ago

    I note that the article states the woman owns a .38 revolver- which would be absolutely unaffected by the kind of gun control the NON-fringe element is discussing. The debate is centering around high-capacity magazines and rifles better suited for the battlefield than the living room.I for one see nothing wrong with the actions this woman took in self-defense. But as I see it, a major problem in this debate is that there’s a large swath of people who think that “gun control” is just a code-phrase for “take away everyone’s guns”.

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    stamps  over 5 years ago

    Well if the NRA wants the Feds to fund armed guards in schools, perhaps it would be appropriate to do so with a hefty tax on guns and ammunition.

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    rockngolfer  over 5 years ago

    Hillsborough County, FL is assigning a policeman for each of the 150 elementary schools. They will be paid the same as usual. This gives the 11 to 17 year olds more chances to break into your home and steal your electronics.

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    William Bednar GC Insider over 5 years ago

    And just think, you don’t need education to figure out how to pull a trigger!

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    Fourcrows  over 5 years ago

    You and others on the right keep bringing up cars as comparison. No one has shown a car to kill anyone by itself. Guns are designed specifically to kill. Cars (except for the Pinto) are not.

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    ARodney  over 5 years ago

    …and against the one woman who stopped a bad guy, we’ve had over 400 deaths from guns since Sandy Hook. But you won’t hear THAT on Fox News, because they don’t want the actual statistics known. I’m reminded of people who don’t wear seatbelts because they heard of a guy who was able to escape from an underwater car, ignoring that for every guy in an underwater car, thousands are killed in every-day accidents because they weren’t wearing seatbelts. Guns kill people.

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    Dtroutma GC Insider over 5 years ago

    Hunters, even wearing “hunter orange” are commonly killed by other “hunters” going for “sound shots” into brush or trees when they think they’ve seen “game”. Happens every year.

    Mr., Ms, Mrs. Ima (whatever) A local kid put his shotgun against the fence, stepped through, and as he turned, the gun fell over, discharged, and killed him, that was about eight years ago. A handgun on a shelf was accidentally pulled off the shelf with an article of clothing, the gun discharged, and killed the woman. That incident happened about three years ago. About nine years ago, a guy was out hunting, grabbed his rifle by the barrel, pulled it toward him to get it out of the truck, it discharged, striking him in the heart, killing him instantly, but i guess that was “human involved”. Stupid people kill themselves all the time in firearms “accidental discharges”, including quite commonly while they’re being “cleaned”.

    Guns, actually the bullets that come out of them, kill people all the time when hunan INTENT is totally absent in the incident.

    A friend was backing out of her driveway, thought their young child was still in the house. The girl wasn’t, the woman backed over the child, killing her, so did this woman kill her child, with intent, or was this accident the car’s fault? Was it the woman’s? dt would tell us that “God” actually controlled all these incidents in his “wisdom” and of course, love for Mankind.

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    Fourcrows  over 5 years ago

    Allow me to clarify.One argument against limiting the availability of assault-style weapons and large capacity magazines has been that more people are killed by automobiles annually. It is a non sequitur argument because a car is not designed to be a weapon, but it’s misuse can result in a fatality. You keep asking others to prove that a gun can kill without human interaction, but that is the same as anything else. What is different is the intention – guns are designed with the intention to kill, cars are not. A child walking up to a car cannot interact with it without opening the door, inserting the key, and putting it into gear. Unlikely for a small child, who cannot open the door by themselves, but not wholly impossible. A gun, however, merely needs to be dropped in some cases to discharge, resulting in a fatality. Therefore, your question is either invalid or intentionally misleading. Nothing is capable of killing without human interaction. Weapons, such as guns specifically, are extremely easy to discharge and kill with, even without intent.

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    Brass Orchid GC Insider over 5 years ago

    Large governments that deny rights to people have caused millions of deaths. Maybe we should outlaw big governments that deny rights, such as gun ownership, to people. Why does anybody need that much power? Always look at both sides before buying any argument and consider that it may look different at home than it does in the salesroom.

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    Fourcrows  over 5 years ago

    I can’t drive my car into a theater and kill 12 people with it. I can’t take my car to an upstairs apartment and kill people with it. I can’t drive my car into a classroom and kill children with it. Cars and guns can both be deadly when misused, but only a gun kills when properly used.

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