JamieW wrote:"A shotgun, (an $8000 one at that) is a lot less likely to be used in a crime due to cost, size, reload rate, etc. A pistol, or other such type of assualt gun, is very likely to be used, due to it's compact size, lower cost (as you mentioned) and they reload faster. I, and no one else really, is arguing for a ban on gun sales on those used for hunting, etc. Those used for crimes and assualts are another thing."
You asked him to support his points and then you don't support your own. Go ahead, support this point with fact. I dare you.
JamieW wrote:And while you are at it, I would like you to explain this statement and how it actually pertains to me as it was semi-gibberish. I think I understand, but I'd like you to clarify it.
"I find it lovely that that is what most "gun nuts" (as JamieW, and wicked1 like to put it) react to when someone attempts to use America's political system as it was meant (as you and I are) rather than just supporting the majority and leaving the minority in the dust."
ClayBuster wrote:As for the Jobs going overseas I say good and fuck all those Union bastards they are the reason. My next door Neighbor makes $26 as a janitor at GM and brags about only working about 3 hours out of an eight hour day. They gotta make cuts somewhere and since you can't send the janitors overseas something has gotta give. If GM can cut it designers cost by 70% I say good do it. I'm sure I wouldn't feel the same way though if my job was exportable.
dodecahedron wrote:i don't know that Kashmir is any better than Israel...
aviationwiz wrote: quote:Earlier in the day, Tom Mauser, whose son, Daniel, was killed with an assault weapon in the Columbine High School killings five years ago, tried to enter the convention hall where the NRA was meeting, seeking to urge Cheney to support extending the assault weapons ban.
Mauser was turned away by a security guard as several conventioneers applauded. A couple of conventioneers yelled "Get a life" and "Vote for Bush."
pranav81 wrote:dodecahedron wrote:i don't know that Kashmir is any better than Israel...
Thanks to our shithead neighbour country.
India really is heaven in world,except for the hell besides it.
aviationwiz wrote: A shotgun is more likely to be used on higher crimes requiring accuracy I would assume
JamieW wrote:People legally carrying have been found to be significantly less likely to commit ANY sort of crime.
ClayBuster wrote:Good points aviationwiz. I could have explained them but then it would only be torn apart word for word by people like yourself.
1. He truly beleives what he is doing is right. So do I
2. He is not afaid to tell the UN or any other organization to go fuck themselves. ( I really like that )
3. He seems genuine to me and not one of the more highly polished politicians He stumbles on words and does stupid things as ALL of us have done from time to time, President or not he is only Human
4. He thinks The Second Amendment means exactly what it says. And that my friends gets my Vote everytime as I am a single issue voter.
As for the Jobs going overseas I say good and fuck all those Union bastards they are the reason. My next door Neighbor makes $26 as a janitor at GM and brags about only working about 3 hours out of an eight hour day. They gotta make cuts somewhere and since you can't send the janitors overseas something has gotta give. If GM can cut it designers cost by 70% I say good do it. I'm sure I wouldn't feel the same way though if my job was exportable.
You seem to have it locked down here just fine. The boy ignores previous arguments even though they are very important (England, Australia gun bans and rising crime rates) and seems to strive for a personal ideal in spite of facts and history.
The latest figures from the Metropolitan Police show that things are improving. In areas covered by Operation Trident, the specialist gun crime unit within black communities, the murder rate halved in the year to April 2004 - down from 24 to 12.
Attempted murders have fallen by a fifth (from 60 to 47). Gun-related violent crime across all of London has falled by 7%.
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