And yet last year there were 774 murders in Chicago. How many does it take before Chicago is called a mass murder site? Chi-town average two murders a day. Where’s the press coverage? Where’s the outrage? Detroit – 327 murders last year. St Louis = 262. New Orleans – 196. Washington DC = 157. Los Angeles = 300.
It appears that liberal-ran cities are the real mass murder sites, but then the liberal press won’t cover that, will they?
Defund the police and point at Texas. Just dizinformation to try and hide the failure of liberal gun control laws and policies and defunding the police. Over 2,000 murders just in 6 liberal=ran cities. Add in liberal NYC and ther total is right at 2,500.
Liberal-ran cities are the true mass murder sites.
Youth is rash, age is devious. Besides, airlines are wide open with no social distancing now, so it isn’t just the kids, it’s corporate, too.
Bound to happen after being in effect quarantined for a year. People, especially the young, are going to cut loose. Oh, the elders are doing the same, but they are more discreet about it.
They can’t. Look at all the laws passed about felons possessing firearms. How much good do they do? Nothing. The answer is to recognize constitutional carry and let the people protect themselves. The police can’t do it, more laws will make zero difference as criminals do not obey the law. As the legal system is set up criminals plea bargain out of firearms charges. Criminals are back on the street in less than 24 hours in most cases in lefty cities and states. Murderers and child rapists are paroled after a fraction of their time served.
If you HANGED those found guilty of murder, especially mass murder, in public, you may have a deterrent. As it is, it take 20-30 years to execute a mass murderer and it is then done as if you were ashamed of doing it. The time alone removes much of the deterrent value of the execution. Do it in public. Put it on television. Hang the scoundrels. No long drop with a swift death; short drop, dangle and strangle.
If you’re serious about stopping mass murders, you have to have the guts to kill the SOBs. Otherwise you’re just sniffing daisies.
If you try to seize the 300 million privately owned firearms and around one trillion rounds of ammo for said weapons of the 100 million armed citizens, you will have a short and sharp civil war. As George Washington said; “When government takes away citizens right to bear arms it becomes citizens duty to take away government’s right to govern.”
Uh, where is that quote in the Bible? Just curious. I hear it all the time but without reference.
Or you could be arrested for criticizing the Michigan Atty General on television.
You should be happy if the supposed “Q” people refuse vaccines on silly grounds. That means less of then in the long run, no? I hope that all Liberals refuse all vaccines, and many flaming libs in my area are refusing the vaccine on microchip and mind control grounds. That is something the flaming left and the moronic section of the right have in common. As Captain Kirk said; “Let them die.” As for me and mine, we take all available vaccines. I am old enough to remember polio. I remember collecting pop and beer bottles for the deposit money and donating it to kids on iron lungs and to buy them the Forest Gump braces, which they wore to school. I took my first vaccine on a sugar cube and the second as a drink from a Dixie Cup. I have my smallpox vaccine scar on my left arm. Thank God for vaccines.
Easy to solve. Enact a law that if you refuse vaccinations, your insurance company, including Medicare and Medicaid, will refuse to pay for treatment for the disease and its offshoots, unless you have a medically proven allergy to the vaccine. If you are a member of a religion who does not vaccinate, let your fellow believers pay for your care. If you are not religious, just refuse on whatever grounds, then pay for it yourself – or die.
Let Darwinism take its course. You make your choices, you suffer the consequences. Free will. Life is hard.
Bob Crumb. A man of the 60s and 70s.
I don’t see nearly as many woolly bears/worms as I used to see. Autumn used to see them covering the roads so densely that you could not avoid running them over when driving. Now, I see a handful or less on the back country roads. Pity, I miss checking out their color bands and seeing if the old tales of their stripes predicting the weather were true.