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DHS: Semi-Automatic Handguns Weapon of Choice in Mass Shootings

B1RD Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 5:21 PM
It is obvious to this writer that the left wing loons are after my rights and will alienate me to the point of suicide if they can! This is a function of the madness in our society! The leadership needs to create an environment of peace and certainty the promotes happiness! Obama 's way of leadership does not do this but on the contrary causes division! Secondly, we cannot express ourselves like we learned in the sandbox. Being PC does not work in reality! When someone throws sand we learned how to handle it in the sandbox and if that doesn't work then get others involved. Sometimes it means getting into a physical fight to stop the bully! Today, we have no outlet to just say what is on our minds. So, we internalize and then explode
B1RD Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 5:26 PM
for no apparent reason to others in the room at the time.

That is what no faith, no fear, no skills, no future, no expression has done to us. When coupled with bad leadership, corruption, propaganda, lies, deceit and treachery you have the American society we see today!

If you guys could just see the decline in the quality f the written legislation of the years you would see a more course and less educated legislature that lacks statesmanship and etiquette. Seeking excellence has been lost!
B1RD Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 5:28 PM
That's "coarse" not course! sorry...

A November 2012 Mass Shootings Analysis report issued by the New Jersey Intelligence & Analysis Unit (NJ ROIC) in partnership with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security shows semiautomatic handguns are the most common weapons used to carry out mass shootings. The report was issued one month before the Newtown shooting in which, according to the coroner and police, the killer used a semi-automatic rifle.

"The mass killing incidents this year at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin and a movie theater in Colorado garnered international attention and focused the efforts of public and private sector security officials on...