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Yes, Guns Kill, But How Often Are They Used in Self-Defense?

KajaK Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 10:33 AM
Jan, the perfect world will not come about until after the resurrection. Until then we all have to take responsibility of protecting ourselves and our own. In this case the parents of the gunman have to take the responsibility of being this guy's parents and the shooter will take the responsibility of being locked up for life or put to death. The culture of death started with Cain and Able and has only gotten worse over the past 6,000 years. What does responsibility mean in your life?
jbusleta Wrote: Aug 11, 2012 1:06 PM
I guess what you're saying is; the world has not changed much, it just has better news coverage!
About the tragedy in Aurora, Colo., rapper/actor Ice-T made more sense -- and has a better understanding of the Second Amendment -- than gun-control proponents.

Asked by a London news anchor about America's gun culture, Ice-T said: "Well, I'd give up my gun when everybody does. Doesn't that make sense? ... If there were guns here, would you want to be the only person without one?"

Anchor Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Channel 4 News: "So do you carry guns routinely at home?"

Ice-T: "Yeah, it's legal in the United States. It's part of our Constitution. You know, the right to bear arms is because that's the...