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  • Many people are very uneducated about gun statistics. Here are some interesting facts: http://www.gunfacts.info/gun-control-myths/guns-in-other-countries/
    • Archie Bunker
      I get your stats, Linda. But that doesn't seem to change anyone's mind, does it? Simple logic tells you that someone who commits a murder is not really concerned about whether or not their weapon is legal to own. I think that's what the liberals are missing.....the logic in their argument.
    • Linda Joy
      Well, we both know that the purpose of gun control is for the government to disarm the public. Sure, the criminals benefit. Heck, at that point the government are the criminals, but logic has never been a strong suit of liberals or democrats. And you're right, nothing ever really changes, does it?
    • Archie Bunker
      Unfortunately not, Linda. They're going to keep pushing the agenda even when the facts don't fit. That's why the "Hand Up Don't Shoot" bullshit is still popular, even though it's all made up.
  • The Boulder certificate costs $20. You might pay more than that for the local code inspector to put a sticker on your new water heater. Think of it as another tax.
    • Archie Bunker
      So, as long as I pay a tax, I'm not going to go on shooting rampage? Is the Boulder City administration really that dumb?
    • mushroom
      Here's Boulder's details. Apply at police HQ. They actually had a buy one, get more at 80% off sale! It was a one-time offer until 12/31/2018, and the police kept no records. https://bouldercolorado.gov/police/firearm-certification
    • Archie Bunker
      So how does the Boulder certificate limit gun violence? How does giving someone $20 limit what I would do with a gun?
  • Guns don't kill people. Bullets kill people. If you think any of your constitutional rights are protected, then I've got bad news for you. Every one of the first ten amendments has been violated by the federal government against different individuals.
    • Archie Bunker
      And if you let them limit one of your inherent rights, there's nothing stopping them from limiting them all.
    • bostjan64
      Sadly, the reality of the situation in 2019 is in the second clause of what you said. Rights are a fragile thing. Destroying them is far easier than protecting them.
    • Linda Joy
      people calling for revolution have no idea what they're asking for! Its not going to turn out the way they envisioned, and it won't be pretty. Revolution happens as a result of taking rights away.

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