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ZRod last won the day on February 25 2017

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  1. Parkland, FL High School Shooting

    It's analogous, dude! I'm trying to show you that your reasoning is illogical. Just because you can't stop something 100 percent of the time doesn't mean you should just throw your hands up and say "oh well, it's not going to stop it all, so let's not bother." That's why we have drunk driving laws even though people still drive drunk. To curb a deadly problem!!!
  2. Parkland, FL High School Shooting

    No I'm not. I'm trying to steer this into an actual debate and discussion. Because as I said I misread the original quote.
  3. Parkland, FL High School Shooting

    Not really. Here's my point: Shouldn't there be more training, and restrictions for an object who's main function is to destroy/kill, than say one that is meant for transportation?
  4. Parkland, FL High School Shooting

    Meth an alcohol are incapable of harm until put in the hands of humans!
  5. Parkland, FL High School Shooting

    Then as has been mentioned before, legalize drunk driving, legalize meth. You can't stop it...
  6. Parkland, FL High School Shooting

    I apologise, I misread what he posted. The point still stands about the level of training and certification compared to the average citizen.
  7. Parkland, FL High School Shooting

    I think those "elitest" you mention probably couldn't careless if guns we're banned. Because they have never,or extremely infrequently, use them. They also are a minority of the population. Just like a minority of the population wants unrestricted access to guns. So, let's stop talking extremes and start talking reality.
  8. Parkland, FL High School Shooting

    Yes, some people's guns will be taken away. That would kind of be the point of gun control. Those that shouldn't have guns won't be allowed to have them any longer. We seriously need to stop with this boogyman dreamt up by the NRA and GOP that they are after every gun that every citizen owns... I think we've seen how nothing gets accomplished to talking in extremes.
  9. Parkland, FL High School Shooting

    Calm them... He said freedoms. So, it's open to interpretation. If he meant ban any civilian ownership than I disagree. If he meant something like a car where you need to be continually licensed, insured, and subject to inspection then I tend to agree. The difference between those we call on when s#!t hits the fan and an average civilian is that they are trained regularly, disciplined, and have access to psychiatric/medical help.
  10. Parkland, FL High School Shooting

    What is it that those people have over the average citizen with a gun?
  11. Parkland, FL High School Shooting

    Dude, I am in agreement with you. Make his life hell by having plain clothes follow him everywhere and monitor him.Who says that's not being done?
  12. Parkland, FL High School Shooting

    But you don't know that he will act in extreme violence, or that his words and participation are anything other than trolling and attention seeking. None of us know that. 99.9999% of these loudmouth scum bags never do anything, and we've seen that swift over-reaction can lose more than we anticipated. Tthe Patriot act is a glaring example.
  13. Parkland, FL High School Shooting

    Except the amendments and can be changed, right? And we already apply them selectively in many ways, i.e. felons can't have firearms and you can't yell fire in a movie theater. So, I see your point and agree with you more than you probably think I do. It just my nature to play devil's advocate. Maybe we need to take a hard look into hate speech like Canada has done. I just think it's far more dangerous and tyrannical to take away rights to speech than it is to take away guns.
  14. Parkland, FL High School Shooting

    I'm going to start sounding like a gun zealots, but removing free speech rights is a slippery slope. One man's vague protest kneeling during the national anthem is another man's treasonous act against the.country and military punishable by full measure of the law. No doubt that guy is a piece of s#!t, but once you set precedence it's hard to go back.
  15. DOJ Initial Russia Hearings

    Just remember folks, zero evidence of collusion....