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The Dark Knight Movie Massacre & Why I Carry a Gun Everywhere I Go

Ed2106 Wrote: Jul 22, 2012 2:22 PM
With a total of 70 victims (12 dead, 58 wounded), ABC News reports the Aurora, Colorado, movie theater shooting is the worst mass shooting in American history. Still, its aftermath will follow a familiar pattern. Politicians call for unity while the media focuses intensely, but briefly, on the victims, searches the shooter’s background for clues to his motivation, then turns its attention to the perennial debates about guns and partisan political associations. Lost will be any serious national debate about be the real causes of these crimes. http://ewross.com/another_mass_shooting_another_round_of_rhetoric.htm
Mother of 4 -- the original Wrote: Jul 22, 2012 3:27 PM
We already know the "real causes" of these crimes -- the existence of evil in the world.

Unfortunately, many people do not want to admit that evil is loose in the world because that concept would shake them out of their comfortable complacency.
shubi_ Wrote: Jul 22, 2012 2:28 PM
We know the causes of crime. What we don't know is how to keep the socialists from preventing us from preventing crime.
T115 Wrote: Jul 22, 2012 3:19 PM
How about slowly, painfully executing the perp? Like on this evenings' 6PM news? I'm talking burn at the stake, here.

obama delenda est
I would venture to guess that the folks filing in to see the latest Batman installment in Aurora, Colorado last Thursday evening didn’t figure on over 70 of them getting shot before the credits rolled. The last count I received before filing this column was 12 dead and 59 wounded.

As the news starting pouring in about what happened in the theater this week when Satan’s spawn James Holmes donned Kevlar and a small battery of weapons and opened fire on an unsuspecting crowd, I kept thinking, “One fast-thinking and trained person who was armed/licensed with a concealed weapon...