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Double Murder on "Gun-Free" College Campus in Wyoming

None1257 Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 12:14 PM
How many people would be dumb enough to try to kill another person, if they knew that person was armed to the teeth? If a large number of the people on that campus carried a gun, what are the odds that this incident would have occurred? Should we put our trust in the "people" to do the right thing, or should we trust the government to do the right thing for the "people"?
GOOD OL' BAD GUY Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 10:50 AM


My question is:

How many people would be dumb enough to kill another person if they knew the person MIGHT BE ARMED TO THE TEETH?

I would suggest that if concealed carry was allowed and NO ONE was carrying, the possibility that anyone could be would be an effective deterrent to anyone with intent to do bodily harm.

Any thoughts?

Jerry555 Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 12:40 PM
Obama, Pelosi, Dinjee Harry (se al) would like to have a complete ban on all guns in the USA.

This was the purpose of the Fast and Furious, to get people mad, so they could put in legislation to repeal the 2nd amendment.

All it did was get people killed.



Jerry555 Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 12:40 PM

If you were involved in a desperately violent situation would you want to be armed and protected or left empty handed?

If it were me--a responsible 22 year old woman--I sure wouldn't want to be found in harms way without a way to defend myself, no matter what the location.

Two people--a faculty member and an additional victim (likely a student)--were violently murdered at Casper College in Wyoming this morning. The college spokesman, Rich Fujita, told reporters that a crossbow and another similar weapon were used in the attacks.

Wyoming state gun laws leave it to the...