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Ron Paul On Murdered Navy Seal: He Pretty Much Deserved It

GhostOfCicero Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 4:33 PM
Resist: I'll disagree with you only slightly. IF (and that's a big "if") the media back-story on Lanza's mom was accurate, then she was someone who was not only passionately devoted to her son, but also someone who was realistic about her son's condition & its ramifications. To the point that it was reported that she was looking into having him committed the week prior to his rampage. If this is true, then she should've had a SAFE for those guns. With a combination lock. I inherited my Dad's, which you couldn't open if you had 5lbs of C4! Its gun ownership 101. When you have kids, or people with conditions like Lanza's, you keep your guns in a safe, not a gun cabinet. And you also don't keep the ammo in the same place.
Marc_H Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 4:36 PM
no a key lock
once someone knows the combo, you re screwed
GhostOfCicero Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 4:40 PM
My Pops never shared. Not even when I was 21 & lived at home for about 8 months. But I guess not everyone's like my Dad was...
Becca in TX Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 4:57 PM
ine has a combination lock and if someone gets it, it's not hard to change it. I change mine regularly just in case.It took 4 men to get mine in the house when it was empty and now it's bolted to the concrete foundation.

Former Rep. Ron Paul apparently isn't quite ready to leave the spotlight. Today on his Twitter feed, the failed presidential candidate decided to opine on the recent murder of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, who was helping a fellow soldier recover from PTSD at the time he was killed.

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Kyle was known as the "deadliest" sniper and holds the record for the most sniper kills of terrorists in U.S. history. Kyle was a hero and a family man who dedicated his post-military life to helping soldiers recovering...