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Good Sense and Gun Control

God_Of_War Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 11:33 PM
Abortion alone kills over 3000 per month. If you want to get to the root of the problems in America you need to look at the message the media puts out. The media says gun owners have abused their freedom so we need to regulate guns. I say the media has abused its powers to where America may actually be destroyed. Time to regulate the media and take that power out of the hands of the few media elite and put it back into the hands of the American people. The founding fathers could never have envisioned the power the media would one day have. The problem is not the media but the people behind it who control its message. This message, turns out, is more dangerous than socialism, communism, and islam combined.
muhl Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 1:47 PM
Someone said that the word is mightier than the sword, and this is true. An assault weapon kills only a few, whilst a few chosen words in a phrase can kill millions.

Please note that this is NOT an attack on the First Amendment, but is rather a weak defense for the Second Amendment. The Ten Items of the Bill of Rights should be honored without any law of restriction, and any law of restriction should be repealed. The Second Amendment is the one most tortured by restriction laws, and they should be abolished.

Registration of firearms was the flagship that allowed Hitler his unwarranted power.
God_Of_War Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 11:33 PM
Time we look at ways to enhance freedom of speech by giving control of media back to the American people!

In the early 1980s, transit officials in Washington couldn't figure out why traffic on the Beltway would grind to a near halt every day around the exact same time. The usual explanations didn't fit.

Then it was discovered that a single driver was to blame. Every day on his drive to work, this commuter would plant himself in the left lane and set his cruise control to 55 mph, the posted speed limit, forcing those behind him to merge right, and you can imagine the effects.

To his credit, this driver came forward in a letter to the editor of the...