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Looks like we need to ban tobacco and hire cigarette police, enbact laws forcing everyon to eata balanced low calorie diet and hire diet police, force everyone to exercise and hie exercise police, ban alcohol and hire breathalizer police, ban toxic substances, ban biologicals. ban cars and risky sexual behavior and hire sex police .
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It sounds like you have been victimized by the so called "health care professionals" ( which includes nurse practioners for instance). ANY health care "professional" can report that you are a potential danger to yourself and/or others and armed LE will show up and take you into custody for competency evaluation.
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<quoted text>513 victims in how many events? Do you think it would be important to "expand" the mental health field? Do you think it fair for me to be evaluated for prior behavior and someone removed form campus, not allowed to return until evaluated? Yet, they can buy a firearm but I couldn't drive. Is a car more dangerous that a firearm? Remember, on the purchase form, there is a question on a persons mental health.
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Yes, you can see that cars are more dangerous than firearms by 148% in the year 2000. Actually, it is worse than that because around 40% of the firearm deaths were suicide (self inflicted), others were accidents and a surprising number of the firearm deaths were caused by legitimate actions of homeowners and business owners defending their own life and property from criminals in the act of invading someone's home or business with rape, robbery, or other mischief as the objective.
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<quoted text>513 victims in how many events? Do you think it would be important to "expand" the mental health field? Do you think it fair for me to be evaluated for prior behavior and someone removed form campus, not allowed to return until evaluated? Yet, they can buy a firearm but I couldn't drive. Is a car more dangerous that a firearm? Remember, on the purchase form, there is a question on a persons mental health.

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Americans are buried in, laws, tariffs, fees, regulations,ALL designed for our alleged safety.The future of all peoples in the industrialized world, seems to be a future of tightly monitored activity.Slavery to the"state", which will watch everyone CLOSELY with new technologies as they come on line.Better watch what you say, and how you say it, the "mental"police will have informers everywhere, and the governments will easily track the movements of it's citizen/slaves.

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Jan 17, 2013
 
Allen wrote:
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I'm sure this did make you sick. Yet, not as sick as it made the hearts, souls, minds and stomachs of the parents and family members when they learned their children would never return home from school. They need to take that knuckle dragging, neanderthal, moron, Rush Limbaugh off the air and replace him with these children.
I don't know about Rush Limbaugh as I've never listened to him, so what he has to do with this, I don't know. What I do know and let me preface by saying IMO, it's wrong to exploit grieving parents and scared children who have been told how bad guns are for political gain. The exploitation of children is sickening to me and to further exploit grieving parents who are fragile, heartbroken and at a loss this soon after the death of their children is wrong. I didn't see people at the movie theater that were victims trotted around by the president to make a point about gun control. Obama is the leader of the strongest nation to date and if he can't make a clear and cogent argument without the use of victims or families of victims, he needs to move on. Funny thing about his handling of situations, he and this administration ran from the families of the victims in Libya. He and his administration screwed up in Libya, then lied about it and then tried to sweep it under the rug. I guess he couldn't get any good PR coverage about those killed over there. His apathy toward these families make me sick too.

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Boys, we got the South Texas PIG wrasslin'championships down here near Trinity, Texas.There are two categories,1.whoever wrassles the biggest boar to the ground, and 2.whoever wrassles the biggest sow away from her litter of piglets.Winners get a free trip to the ER., AND a years supply of Bactine.YOU boys are welcome to compete!

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waco1909 wrote:
Boys, we got the South Texas PIG wrasslin'championships down here near Trinity, Texas.There are two categories,1.whoever wrassles the biggest boar to the ground, and 2.whoever wrassles the biggest sow away from her litter of piglets.Winners get a free trip to the ER., AND a years supply of Bactine.YOU boys are welcome to compete!
Isn't that about the same as wrassling with Gail and Taxpayer?
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DMV specifically. A DUI could easily be construed as evidence of mental illness.
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<quoted text>How did "they" know? Which "they" are you speaking of, DMV or mental health? BTY, the mental health thing cost me a couple bucks.
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Makin bacon wrote:
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I don't know about Rush Limbaugh as I've never listened to him, so what he has to do with this, I don't know. What I do know and let me preface by saying IMO, it's wrong to exploit grieving parents and scared children who have been told how bad guns are for political gain. The exploitation of children is sickening to me and to further exploit grieving parents who are fragile, heartbroken and at a loss this soon after the death of their children is wrong. I didn't see people at the movie theater that were victims trotted around by the president to make a point about gun control. Obama is the leader of the strongest nation to date and if he can't make a clear and cogent argument without the use of victims or families of victims, he needs to move on. Funny thing about his handling of situations, he and this administration ran from the families of the victims in Libya. He and his administration screwed up in Libya, then lied about it and then tried to sweep it under the rug. I guess he couldn't get any good PR coverage about those killed over there. His apathy toward these families make me sick too.
Exploitation? I don't think that he dragged them there kicking and screaming. They were there in support of him and his proposal. Personally I don,t see anything wrong with his proposal. At least he is making an effort. Had he done nothing I'm sure you would be here posting as to his lack of leadership, lack of empathy, lack of guts, etc. What makes me sick is, in one of your previous posts, you plead with healthy topix posters to donate bone marrow to save lives but, yet you seem to oppose gun regulation in order to save lives.

The NRA would have us believe that our BLACK POTUS is coming to take all our guns. They are purposly creating a fear factor among the people to expand on thier bottom line.

Let's talk immigration for a second. We have over 12 million Latinos in this country and the number is growing by the day. What percent do you think will be granted amnesty? Those active in Civil Rights will come out of the wood work. So hey, let's not ban any gun at all, let's do away with all background checks. Welcome to the next civil war just not the one the GOP would have you think.
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waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> I no longer own guns.Please be coherent Allen.
These were quotes that I took from a letter that I recently received from the NRA. Just trying to help you out. Sorry, may have missed a post where you stated that you were not a gun owner. I do believe that my questions were valid, whether or not you are an owner.

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Jan 18, 2013
 
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These were quotes that I took from a letter that I recently received from the NRA. Just trying to help you out. Sorry, may have missed a post where you stated that you were not a gun owner. I do believe that my questions were valid, whether or not you are an owner.
My guns are gone.I had plenty of them.I may have more in the future.Your questions, I don't recall what they were.I'm on a phone, not a computer, so I can't scroll back and retrieve the post.
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Pork, cloud, team, Mexico, storm, worm ,scammer, plot, enriched. tamiflu, donkey snot . There I said some of them.

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Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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And if you were actually in touch with reality, you would know that we already have laws against murder. Laws governing what you can and can not do legally with firearms. As I said before, if more gun legislation and back ground checks are needed, then there should be no problem with requiring a VALID FORM OF IDENTIFICATION in order to cast a vote. Voting and illicit use of firearms has the ability to change lives drastically.
The laws on the books about guns do put some criminals behind bars where they belong instead of waiting for them to murder first.

This has nothing to do with voting.

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Mr Anderson wrote:
<quoted text>I'm sure you know a lot about "Dick" being one and sucking them. If you weren't an idiot, you might not get kicked out again and have a second chance of joining the military as an open homo. You must have been a sailor, the first time, cruising and sucking head on the Goodship Lollipop.
Republican.

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Mr Anderson wrote:
<quoted text>Thanks Bacon. You're a scholar and a lady. You're also one of the very few that makes any sense on this kangaroo post. By the way, just a little mockery regarding liberalism and obesity.
Republican?

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Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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Actually, I'd trade military spending(including pensions) off with Social security, unemployment benefits, medicare/medicaid, welfare and food stamp programs for no/low income households.
And just what does Social security and your list have to do with guns?

Just admit I used your reasoning against your argument. Divert all you wish.

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Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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Here miley, here is some more information for you.
"The leading causes of injury-related death among children ages 14 and under are motor vehicle crashes, suffocation, drowning and fires and/or burns."
http://www.safekids.org/our-work/research/fac...
Since guns are not a leading cause of death for children, more gun legislation is painfully unnecessary. Perhaps democrats and yourself were a tad less emotional and actually dealt with real life, you would clearly see that more of your guys energy would be better spent in prevention of these types of incidents from this data.
And this is why we have so many regulations on cars. This is why we have mandated insurance on cars.
They are dangerous, thus we do what we can to keep the deaths and injuries down. It only helps so much, but the seat belts regulations and air bag regulations do save some lives.

There is only relative freedom with relative safety. Neither can be absolute.

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Makin bacon wrote:
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Mike, do we minimize the death of any child because the child didn't die at school? There are actually innocent children killed due to gang related shootings. I guess because a "white, rich kid" didn't shoot them, they're deaths aren't sensationalized and doesn't make for a good media story or score good political points. Geez...
What Waco and I said did not minimize the deaths of anyone. We were talking about something specific. You tried to divert.
Much of the gun control wishes are an attempt to slow the violence in all places that are of the sort with guns, not just schools. So when your solution is to put armed guards in schools, think about what this.

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Mr Anderson wrote:
<quoted text>I'm sure you know a lot about "Dick" being one and sucking them. If you weren't an idiot, you might not get kicked out again and have a second chance of joining the military as an open homo. You must have been a sailor, the first time, cruising and sucking head on the Goodship Lollipop.
Psycho?

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