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Guns and Piers Morgan

lcenter Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 11:53 AM
I also weep at the idiocy that abounds in our nation - demonstrated by your post. So sad.
In response to:

Guns and Piers Morgan

lcenter Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 11:51 AM
Oh my, not true DisarmThemObama (even your name makes me cringe). Someone bent on violence will use a tool, any tool, before hanging himself, etc. A crazy in China took a knife into a classroom of children for his violent actions. It's about people, not weapons. We have a people problem, beginning with those that voted for Obama, but beyond that, people have not been taught respect for other people, other people's property, or human life in general. They say "so what" at abortions. They blame anything but themselves for violence (that gun had a bad attitude???) We do not teach our children respect. That is the problem. You are right about one thing - stats can say almost anything you want and Obama has distorted plenty. Keep drinkin
Somebody give this young father a job! He deserves it and you will get a great employee!
Smacks of 2008 Black Panthers polling place demonstration. Why does this go unchallenged - I mean unchallenged in a very big, very public way by our MEDIA????????
I don't agree with a mandate, but I do believe it is our right to carry a weapon and have a concealed carry permit. That protects the gun owner, and it generally assures the gun owner is trained in the safe use of a gun. I agree with that! The 12 year old girl was obviously trained in the use of the hand gun that saved her life or the mother would not have told her to get it, right? So that is part two of this - anyone with access to a gun should be well trained on the safe and appropriate use of a weapon. I was taught to shoot when I was about 6 and strongly remember the safety training and respect I had for the power of the weapon I used (22 pistol to start). It served me well. People kill people in a myriad of ways - not just with guns.
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