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Conscience, Not Guns

Enrique25 Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 3:03 PM
Prager's side has won up until now (congratulations I guess). But it might be different this time. This rhetoric is the same as it always has been, and it is just falling so flat to me, hearing it it this time. Prager might have the stomach to keep carrying the NRA's water, even in the face of this tragedy, but some other less hearty souls might crack, and give in to reason.
The Original King Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 4:06 PM
Enrique.......I agree that this was a "last straw" of sorts. I do understand that, when it comes to the Mexican Mafia, hard core drug gangs, etc they will NOT give a rip about whether the guns they use are legal or not..........but.........when it comes to an apparently middle class mother like this one, she probably would NOT break the law by posessing an illegal firearm in her house. Clearly an argument could be made that, had the gun in question not been legal for her to own, these children would still be alive.
The Original King Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 7:27 PM
Enrique.....I'm surprised you aren't in a GREAT mood today. Didn't you hear Prager say that, according to a WSJ article, the whole global warming scam has been proven? Nothing for any of us to worry about....just ignore those fires, droughts, hurricanes, etc etc etc Funny, but I was just reading in the most recent Time or Newsweek how the world's largest wheat growers have had to adjust due to climate change. Apparently they have fallen for the hoax.
From the moment Americans learned of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre last Friday, the entire left -- editorialists, columnists, broadcasters, politicians -- used the occasion to promote one idea: gun control.

For the left, the primary reason for just about all American gun murders is the availability of guns.

I have no interest in debating gun control here. I only wish to ask the left one question: We have a massive system of drug control laws. Yet, the left is the first to argue that the war on drugs has been a failure. And whether or not one deems...

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