ANSWERS: 9
  • Ask the parents of the victims since you're the only one who is upset about it. How could the Far-Right make someone afraid of anything? Contrary to what you and other Liberals believe, Conservatives don't advocate putting a gun in everyone's hand. Every right guaranteed by the Bill of Rights (2nd amendment in this case) is subject to something called "responsibility". This is where the Left and Right differ. The right believes any responsible person should have the right to bear arms **in accordance with the law** - but that doesn't mean a mentally deranged person should be allowed simply because he fulfills all of the requirements. It was implied by the founding fathers that the rights afforded citizens under the Bill of Rights were conditional and to be granted to **responsible** people. This is why it's not okay to walk around town loaded down with weapons and challenge the law, citing the 2nd amendment as your license to do so. This behavior is irresponsible and therefore negates your protection under the 2nd amendment. The Left, on the other hand, may advocate strict gun control and cite things like school shootings to validate their beliefs - but the Left also advocates violence, as we saw in the violent protests in Democrat-controlled cities and states, defunding law enforcement, and the war on cops throughout 2020. This is irresponsible leadership and invalidates their entire gun control platform.
    • Hulk70166
      Insane comment No. 1 - Only responsible people should be allowed to buy guns A) I'm sure the fifteen year old kid got the gun, not from a gun shop bit from a responsible user.
    • Hulk70166
      B) He probably just stole it. lol BTW, how do you know ahead of time if someone is going to be a 'responsible user?"
    • Hulk70166
      Also, Nobody believes in "Defund the Police" anymore except your imagination. It lasted for about a week and then it went away. Nobody has carried a sign for it since August. Even Progressive Seattle has had to change its mind and hired more cops. The Progressive police chief has resigned and the Mayor won't run again - because of the riots.
    • Hulk70166
      Re "this is why it's not okay to walk around town loaded down with weapons and challenge the law,) You mean like that crying little sissy Kyle Rittenhouse did.? lol
    • 1465
      "Insane comment No. 1" - What part of "in accordance with the law" do you not understand? There is nothing in this idiotic reply that pertains to that. The kid's actions were not in accordance with the law. He had no right to the gun. Period. Yes, he DID steal it - the same way criminals steal guns. "Defund the police lasted about a week" - what planet do you live on? It may not be as prolific as it was last year, but that doesn't change the fact that it was the Democrats that wanted it. They're still want to do away with the 2nd amendment - "disarm the people and they can't fight back". "Progressive Seattle" had to throw in the towel after the obvious happened: defunding the police didn't work like all of the Liberals claimed it would - it only made things worse. Funny that this was what Conservatives have been saying all along. What "law" was Rittenhouse "challenging"? Again with your imagination and misinformation. Ritten house was not violating any law - you even admitted that he was legally carrying. You'll go out of your way to prove absolutely nothing
    • Hulk70166
      1) The reason we should ban guns like they do in all of Europe and Canada is because the kill more innocent people than guilty people, like what happened yesterday. The 'responsible person' argument doesn't work because every person who purchases one has to pass a background check, hence they are responsible. The only way to protect us against an irresponsible person getting one is by banning them outright. 2) Not a single progressive/liberal I know - and I know many - believes in Defund the Police anymore, so stop saying we do. You're lying. 3) Kyle Rittenhouse was violating laws against vigilante justice. We haven't used vigilantes in the US since the days of the Billy the Kid and Wyatt Earp. - And Kyle wasn't going to arrest people, he was there to kill them.
    • Hulk70166
      And Kyle Rittenhouse knew he was coming into a dangerous situation. He did it anyway. he's responsible for what happened. Its like anti-vaxxers complaining about Covid. You asked for it, you got it. I swear, you people are missing more than a few braincells. Where were you when they taught Social Studies?
    • Hulk70166
      https://www.msnbc.com/opinion/kyle-rittenhouse-trial-wisconsin-so-vigilantism-n1283383
    • 1465
      1) "The reason we should ban guns like they do in all of Europe and Canada is because the kill more innocent people than guilty people." - Not by responsible people. Lock up the criminals and stop letting them run free and I'll bet you'll see this trend subside. Your argument is as dumb as "cars kill people in traffic accidents, so let's ban cars." 2) "every person who purchases one has to pass a background check". Conservatives don't have a problem with this - it's the responsible thing to do. But you can't penalize responsible people for the actions of irresponsible people - not when irresponsible people are going to break the law anyway. 3) "Not a single progressive/liberal I know - and I know many - believes in Defund the Police anymore...". When was the last time you checked? There may have been a few problematic communities who have taken a reverse course on this (after they brought it on themselves), but there are currently only 3 states that do NOT have "defund the police" chapters. [ https://defundpolice.org/ ]. Democrats have found a new avenue to destroy law enforcement - politicizing the justice system to target police officers after their actions have resulted in serious injury or death to a perpetrator (I refer you to the George Floyd case - he died from an overdose of fentanyl combined with a serious cardiovascular problem. Resisting arrest triggered an adrenaline action that his body couldn't handle.) The restraint tactic used by Derek Chauvin was a legal move approved by the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics (which has since been updated for obvious reasons). Dangerous criminals are being turned loose or given light bail amounts (as in the case of the driver of the vehicle in the Wausheka massacre) while law enforcement is being scrutinized with a microscope for any chance of charging them with a crime. Society has brought the actions of rogue cops on itself. Back in the day when parents were allowed to discipline their kids, the kids grew up with integrity, honesty, and responsibility - not like the POS kids we see today. 4) "Kyle Rittenhouse was violating laws against vigilante justice." - this is just an outright fabrication. Kyle Rittenhouse never wanted to shoot anyone and only did when he was attacked. Yes, he carried a weapon - people do when they go into a war zone. And the so-called "peaceful" protest that was going on was like a war zone. He went to help clean graffiti from businesses that were targeted by your so-called "peaceful" protesters. Even carrying a weapon he was going to help injured people - until he was attacked and had to run for his life.
    • 1465
      I don't think I've heard anti-vaxers complain about CIVID. The only thing they complain about is the illegal mandates that are destroying America. Where were you when they taught history?
    • 1465
      You insist on using fake media as your sources. Why do you suppose so many alternate media sources have exploded into society? It's because the mainstream media has been politicized to support and promote the Democratic agenda. People are tired of being lied to.
    • 1465
      Switzerland has prolific gun ownership. Around 10.3% of households own guns. There are actually a lot more - this figure is the recorded number of gun owners since 2008. Prior to that, gun registration wasn't enforced except for a relatively few types. In 2017, a survey put household gun ownership at 27.6%, and an earlier survey in 2005 estimated 28%. Switzerland has one of the highest gun ownerships in Europe.
    • Hulk70166
      George Floyd was killed by a policeman crushing his windpipe, not fentenyl
    • 1465
      Look at the videos. Floyd's head was turned. Chauvin's knee was on the SIDE of his neck, not the windpipe. And look at the autopsy report made by the medical examiner. He listed Fentanyl (11 ng/mL), Norfentanyl (5.6 ng/mL), 4-ANPP (0.65 ng/mL), Methamphetamine (19 ng/mL), 11-Hydroxy Delta-9 THC (1.2 ng/mL), Delta-9 Carboxy THC (42 ng/mL), and Delta-9 THC (2.9 ng/mL). Examination of the neck showed no signs of injury: " NECK: Layer by layer dissection of the anterior strap muscles of the neck discloses no areas of contusion or hemorrhage within the musculature. The thyroid cartilage and hyoid bone are intact. The larynx is lined by intact mucosa. The thyroid is symmetric and red-brown, without cystic or nodular change. The the tongue is free of bite marks, hemorrhage, or other injuries. The cervical spinal column is palpably stable and free of hemorrhage." Conclusion: no neck trauma. It was because of this that the family had a private autopsy done - they weren't satisfied with the facts. They needed a made-up autopsy to throw the blame on Chauvin.
    • Hulk70166
      Made-up autopsy? And the judge, and the presecutor didn't know this? Only Conservatives had access to this information? Brother, you take the cake? I've heard of stupid lies before but this gets the Blue Ribbon. Thanks for the laugh. I needed that. lol
    • 1465
      You mean a "Liberal" Judge and prosecutor, don't you? That case should have had a change of venue. Chauvin had already been convicted by the media before it was ever brought to trial. It could be called a made-up autopsy. Why else would a 2nd autopsy be performed unless it was because the facts didn't agree with the accusations?
    • Hulk70166
      Which word in the sentence "I can't breathe" don't you understand? Boy are you dumb. lol https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGsbwDc5C2s and here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Sa0cxRiGHo
  • It is pointless to ask. Earlier this year, mass shootings in Georgia and Colorado reignited calls from gun-control advocates for tighter restrictions on buying firearms and ammunition. But with Democrats in control of the federal government, gun-rights advocates have been persuading Republican-run legislatures to go the other way, and make it easier to obtain and carry guns.
    • Hulk70166
      Jenny, Please post a link to this.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      I don't take orders.
    • Hulk70166
      If you are going to state a fact you need to back it up with proof. It wasn't an order, it was a polite request. Now I know to discount what you said.
    • Hulk70166
      Especially the part about Republicans acting like Democrats.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      As if you ever speak the truth. LOL You can keep your requests to yourself.
    • Hulk70166
      I always tell the truth sweetie, learn the difference. And if you weren't lying you'd be happy to post a link.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      At least that's what you think. I don't know what link you would like to see, but it's not happening.
    • Hulk70166
      This is the comment "But with Democrats in control of the federal government, gun-rights advocates have been persuading Republican-run legislatures to go the other way, and make it easier to obtain and carry guns."
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      You are requesting to see a link in which I don't see what a link has to do with my answer and then Republicans acting like Democrats. Have you not noticed any similarities between both parties?
    • Hulk70166
      Like 1465 you aren't answering but confusing the issue. This is the favored strategy of the Proud Boys. Congratulations. I know who you are now. Thanks. BTW Jesus said you should love your enemies like you love yourself. Do you love me?
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      You are taking things out of proportion. Calm down. I'm asking if you have noticed any similarities out of both parties. Let me know. I am interested in hearing what you have to say.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      I was watching the news the other time (NBC) so you won't think I'm being biased, and I heard Democrats and Republicans have found rare common ground on some gun policy proposals. Large majorities in both parties continue to favor preventing people with mental illnesses from buying guns, barring gun purchases by people on federal no-fly or watch lists and background checks for private gun sales and sales at gun shows.
  • If you counted the number of people who died in shooting accidents, in drunken arguments, by suicide, or by a kid stealing a gun and taking it to school, it would far outweigh the number of people killed by robbing banks, home invasions, or just breaking into homes. There is no reason to have 3,500,000 guns in America. And if you didn't get off by shooting one and start telling the truth instead of lies, you'd agree with me. -And comparing guns, which we are used to kill people, to cars which are used to transport people is a false analogy - but you don't care about truth, do you?😒
    • Hulk70166
      And don't get your news about Liberals from Fox News. They lie more than you do.
  • And Switzerland is not an accurate representation of the gun violence in the US. First, its size is 25% less than the size of Maryland. Second only upscale people can afford to live there. Third its mountainous and a getaway car could never navigate its hills, 4th its also terrible weather most of the time. You can't hide out in the woods or you would freeze to death. Fifth, there is a bank on every corner and a policeman with a machine gun inside every bank. A bank robber would go broke! 😅
  • Liberal policymaking and degradation of law enforcement are at the roots for most gun violence. Revolving door policies send criminals right back to the streets to reoffend.
    • Hulk70166
      The United States has the largest prison system in the world. What do you want us to do?
  • Yeah, we are all immune and bulletproof now jenius with a j. Why don't stabbings and beatings bother you just as much, or are you immune to them? https://www.google.com/search?q=school+stabbings+2021&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS869US869&ei=pj2qYdqbNu6ZwbkPgJiwuAU&ved=0ahUKEwjahu_Z_sf0AhXuTDABHQAMDFcQ4dUDCA4&uact=5&oq=school+stabbings+2021&gs_lcp=Cgdnd3Mtd2l6EAMyBQghEKABOgcIABCwAxBDOggIABCABBCwAzoJCAAQsAMQBxAeOgsIABCwAxAHEAoQHjoFCAAQgAQ6BAgAEEM6BggAEBYQHjoICCEQFhAdEB5KBQg8EgExSgQIQRgBSgQIRhgAUNwIWP8cYM0taAFwAHgAgAG3AYgBjgWSAQMwLjWYAQCgAQHIAQrAAQE&sclient=gws-wiz
    • Hulk70166
      Both bother me. that's why I am posting. Pay attention Linus. The Great Pumpkin isn't here to protect you.
  • Gun violence is a serious problem here.
  • Gun violence is a serious problem here.
    • Hulk70166
      thank you!
  • We've learned nothing since Columbine.

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