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America's Coming Gun War

jreinhardt Wrote: Jan 08, 2013 10:10 AM
While I don't own a gun, I would die for the right to do so. The bigger question to me is why we are not having a conversation about mental health and the utter lack of resources in any community to help those suffering and their families. In the 60's and early 70's those feel-good liberals decided that mental institutions should go the way of the dinosaur. As usual, they took away what they deemed to be bad and replaced it with NOTHING!
same10 Wrote: Jan 08, 2013 12:42 PM
......and closed the mental institution in Newtown, Connecticut, I think.
deprogramming services Wrote: Jan 08, 2013 10:19 AM
There are two ways people can be protected from criminals and crazy people: 1) lock the dangerous people in a cage; 2) don't lock the dangerous people in a cage but instead turn the world into a playpen where dangerous people have no power to hurt anyone.

Option 1 is consistent with freedom, since freedom and responsibility necessarily have to go hand in hand (otherwise the result is chaos), and option 1 works. Option 2 is inconsistent with freedom and based in fantasy. This makes option 2 the obvious choice of the liberal cult.

Since the liberal cult controls most media and most of the federal government, it makes sense that only option 2 would be discussed. This is in regard to most things, not just this one issue.
Eight days after the massacre of 20 first-graders at Sandy Hook Elementary, where each child was shot with a Bushmaster .223, The Nation's Gun Show, the biggest east of the Mississippi, opened.

"A line already snaked around the building shortly after the three-day event began at 3 p.m., and the parking lot was jammed" at the Dulles Expo Center in Chantilly, Va., wrote Justin Jouvenal of The Washington Post:

"With an AK-47 slung over one shoulder, Marco Hernandez offered one word when asked why he was in the overflow crowd at the gun show."

"Obama," he said. "I wouldn't be here...