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Subject:  Re: Here's why Libs don't get it Date:  1/12/2013  6:49 AM
Author:  lowstudent Number:  665985 of 740388

It's not delusional to observe that arming civilians with firearms in densely populated areas is going to produce unintended consequences, especially if they're allowed to carry the firearms outside their homes. (Even from inside the home you can kill a trick-or-treater who is mistaken for a trespasser in your front yard, as a guy in Florida did a few years back.) This is a legitimate concern. You've got no answer for it, so you've gone with the default "you're a lib" response that's been invoked a number of times in this thread when folks have no answer to a valid concern.
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You are basing your position on a person so odd that they did not recognize that there might be kids trick or treating on Halloween, so he shot them?

Would have been better had he attacked the kid with a bat?

What is a legitimate concern that you can come up with one case in a huge country several years ago dealing with someone who is either deranged or so dumb it is nearly unimaginable?

There are so many cases of cars being used for harm, by a huge number of things.

The problem IS, that you are a lib, your master's find something that your master's find something you are not impacted by, call it evil and distract you, like an earring to an infant.

In the meantime, your dependence on the state grows, and your belief that we are all responsible to give according to our abilities so others can take according to their needs, that you miss it is all about the leeches in the middle living off the power of the middle man with guns skimming off every productive being.

You have the audacity to mention unintended consequences, when your Master's sap people of their life's energy and create poverty and rob opportunity? Clueless,
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