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The sad part is, because this is so common I didn't even see a mention of it as a Top News story (compared to Heath Ledger, and the country mourns).
 

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The sad part is, because this is so common I didn't even see a mention of it as a Top News story (compared to Heath Ledger, and the country mourns).
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EDIT: You can skip to 3:00 if you want. 5 > 1 in math, not humanity.
 

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I'm sure the sick fuck who did this was a first class citizen who couldn't have gotten a gun if there were laws. :jerkoff1:

He's got a point though. All these shootings always seem to happen where you easily can get a gun.
 

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He's got a point though. All these shootings always seem to happen where you easily can get a gun.
Every person in the United States can easily get a gun. Thats not gonna change anytime soon.

So having gun control laws would only harm the honest gun owners. Since criminals don't follow laws.
 

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Every person in the United States can easily get a gun. Thats not gonna change anytime soon.

So having gun control laws would only harm the honest gun owners. Since criminals don't follow laws.

Exactly, well said :xyxthumbs:

This doesnt even come as a shock to me anymore, its so damn common.. guess I should invest in a bullet proof vest when I go out shopping. :e5dunno: Time to adapt to our screwed up society.
 

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Every person in the United States can easily get a gun. Thats not gonna change anytime soon.

So having gun control laws would only harm the honest gun owners. Since criminals don't follow laws.

Of course they can since guns are not banned as they are in Europe for instance. I understand the whole "Well they are maniacs so they're gonna find another way of killing people" argument, but I still don't believe in making it easier for those maniacs by having such a loose gun policy.
 

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Of course they can since guns are not banned as they are in Europe for instance. I understand the whole "Well they are maniacs so they're gonna find another way of killing people" argument, but I still don't believe in making it easier for those maniacs by having such a loose gun policy.
The federal government could outlaw guns completely tomorrow, and that would not do a damn thing. There are millions of weapons in this country and it would be physically impossible to remove them all.

In America, when the government tries to ban something, it just makes the problem x10 worse.
 

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I agree with the Americans in this thread. Not to mention it would be unconstitutional to take away our rights to bear arms.
 

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pretty sure this case could have been avoided if there were laws:e5dunno:


http://news.aol.com/story/_a/boy-charged-with-killing-his-family/20080203152509990001

also ive read that 15 american children die everyday because they get hold of their parents guns, now if that aint a reason for restriction then i dont know what is.
it's called personal responsibility.

Small children get into their parents cleaning cupboards all the time and drink bleach. Should the government have tougher laws on bleach?

or maybe....just maybe, parents should take responsibility for what goes on inside their home.
 

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