It's so ironic and hypocritical of right-wingers to say this when the teabbaggers hate gays, blacks, and don't care about women's rights whatsoever.Originally Posted by Marshan Man
Most people will err on the side of caution and dial 911, and that's exactly what they did. ..can't say I blame them...
I guess it is just a matter of whether or not you're afraid of guns.
I would think most people would believe that walking around with a rifle strapped to your back (legal or not) is irrational behavior.
Well with all due respect, there is but one rational answer to that question.
Yet the gangsters with machine guns had more to do with prohibition than guns. I do think the infringements here are wrong.In the 30s the govt got fed up w gangsters and machine guns. Machine guns were outlawed. When's the last time you heard of a crime committed w a machine gun? Is the inability to purchase a machine gun an infringement on your rights?
The rational answer is that evil people are the problem. When the government outlawed a rather normal thing, drinking, it created a whole class of violent criminals to serve a black market. I'd argue that the same is true for today's drug prohibitions.Well with all due respect, there is but one rational answer to that question.
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