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|07-26-2014 05:03 PM|
|07-26-2014 12:29 AM|
Impact of Colorado law expanding gun background checks vastly overstated
To get their estimate, they used the flawed "40% of guns bought w/o a BGC" stat from the small sample size phone survey conducted largely before BGC were used or common public knowledge. This is what Obama and gun control advocates have been parroting.
|07-25-2014 04:03 PM|
|WindySummer||Considering 25% of the world's prisoners are locked up in the U.S. Does anyone know how we compare 2 the rest of the world regarding crimes/cost per capita?|
|07-25-2014 04:01 PM|
The irony here is the official period meaning of militia included only men between certain ages. Now, if the hoplophobes want to get all technical and adhere to this definition exactly, who will be the first to tell women they can't own guns? (unless of course they are members of the NG)
|07-25-2014 03:53 PM|
|07-25-2014 03:41 PM|
|07-25-2014 03:22 PM|
And there is absolutely nothing wrong with the logic given that fact.
You bringing up this hypothetical question of what the outcome would have been, had he bought his gun from a thug, is ridiculous.
It's simply your attempt to troll a positive story of a gun owner, using his gun for self defense.
|07-25-2014 01:38 PM|
If the liberals had their way, this might have been another mass shooting.
A doctor with a semi-automatic gun and a caseworker who was "nothing short of heroic" were able to wound and then subdue an armed psychiatric patient after he had killed another caseworker and appeared intent of reloading and shooting more people in a Pennsylvania hospital, police said today.
Plotts has been charged with murder, attempted murder and weapon charges in Thursday's shooting. Whelan said Plotts was in stable but guarded condition and was sedated. His arraignment would be held when Plotts was no longer sedated, the DA said.
Plotts, who Silverman has known for 20 years, arrived early for an appointment with a gun hidden in his waistband.
"He intended to kill Dr. Silverman and that’s why he brought the gun," Whelan said. The motive for the shooting was not yet known, he said.
Silverman has a license to carry a concealed weapon, Whelan said, and state policy says that it is legal to have a concealed weapon in a home or office, though it is unclear whether or not the hospital's policy permits employees to be armed.
|07-25-2014 12:43 PM|
|07-25-2014 10:30 AM|
|07-25-2014 10:27 AM|
|07-25-2014 10:20 AM|
It's not in anyway logical to consider what might be the discussion, if this doctor had illegally bought his gun from a gang banger. It's ludicrous to even bring that up.
This simply seems like a trolling attempt by you.
|07-25-2014 10:17 AM|
|07-25-2014 10:15 AM|
|DealNetter101||Can anybody make sense of the above? Because I can't.|
|07-25-2014 10:14 AM|
This is not about the intersection of those who are prohibited persons or those who could practice medicine. Replace the doctor with a bigoted wedding cake-maker for all I care.
This is about err logic constructs that say something like:
If the McDonald worker had not spilled some coffee and had finished the transaction on time a baby who later was at the wrong time at the wrong place and was murdered by a thug would not have gotten murdered. (So away with the McDonald worker head.)
I trust that now you have seen even a more moronic statement. (Mission accomplished.)
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