Insider

Williamsburg, KY

#1 Dec 19, 2012
Bad guy with gun
+Good guy with gun
=Gun control

Bad guy breaks new gun laws gets gun
+Good guy obeys new laws gets no gun
=No more good guy

Since: Dec 10

Manchester, KY

#2 Dec 19, 2012
New gun laws, if anything, will only make things worse.
the change

Mount Sterling, KY

#3 Dec 19, 2012
shooter went into theater, the hobbit was playing this weekend, shot 26 shots in the air, off duty police woman armed, shot him 4 times , shooter wounded one man, but he is ok,, think what whould have happened if she had not been there. that happened this past weekend,, New NOte on the door " 90 percent of this crowd is armed. "
for get the sign no guns

Since: Dec 10

Manchester, KY

#4 Dec 19, 2012
the change wrote:
shooter went into theater, the hobbit was playing this weekend, shot 26 shots in the air, off duty police woman armed, shot him 4 times , shooter wounded one man, but he is ok,, think what whould have happened if she had not been there. that happened this past weekend,, New NOte on the door " 90 percent of this crowd is armed. "
for get the sign no guns
I fear bad things are about to start happening.
Insider

Williamsburg, KY

#5 Dec 19, 2012
Nimbletwig wrote:
New gun laws, if anything, will only make things worse.
Just look at the anti-drug laws those seem to be working right? It's going to take more than signing a piece of paper to prevent mass murder or stop the drug epidemic.

Since: Dec 10

Manchester, KY

#6 Dec 19, 2012
Insider wrote:
<quoted text>
Just look at the anti-drug laws those seem to be working right? It's going to take more than signing a piece of paper to prevent mass murder or stop the drug epidemic.
That's right, Insider.
backhoe

Tacoma, WA

#7 Dec 19, 2012
Question: Since Colorado and Washington State legalized pot against the federal govt. law can they in essence ignore federal laws pertaining to possesion of guns and ammo? Do states have the right to ignore laws that they deem inappropriate for that state?

Since: Dec 10

Manchester, KY

#8 Dec 22, 2012
backhoe wrote:
Question: Since Colorado and Washington State legalized pot against the federal govt. law can they in essence ignore federal laws pertaining to possesion of guns and ammo? Do states have the right to ignore laws that they deem inappropriate for that state?
Not sure, but I believe more authority should be given to the States. The Feds shouldn't be able to interfere with State laws.

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