What Is A Low Keel

Ballwin, MO

#21 Dec 15, 2012
emlu wrote:
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04 /30/world/asia/30china.html?_r =0
Attacker Stabs 28 Chinese Children

People don't need guns for carnage.
There were no fatalities in the knife attack.
One Mad Christian

Waxahachie, TX

#22 Dec 15, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Loughner chose not to return, rather than having the mental health evaluation and clearance which would have been required for him to re-enroll.[74][75] He had two previous offenses, one of which was for drug possession.[76] U.S. Army officials said that Loughner had attempted to enlist, but his application had been rejected as "unqualified" for service in 2008.[75] They declined further disclosure due to confidentiality rules,[60][74][77] although an administration official indicated to the media that this was because of a failed drug test.[78]
Certainly they were aware that his life had begun to unravel over the past year, that for reasons still unclear he was living as a near recluse. He was behaving erratically too, trawling adult sex sites, taking drugs and leaving neighbours in the Denver suburb of Aurora with the impression he was deeply troubled.
Police believe he had grown fixated by the Batman films and there are unconfirmed reports he became hooked on the narcotic prescription painkiller Vicodin, which was found in the system of Heath Ledger, the
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In the last six months, there have been at least three horrific shootings in public places that have been perpetrated by young men in their 20ís, who were taking or had taken psychiatric medís.There was the theater shootings in Aurora, Colorado. The sole suspect James Holmes killed 12 and injured 58. His age at the time of the shootings was 25 and he was being seen by three mental health professionals prior to the massacre. Then there was the Portland Oregon area mall shooting earlier this week. The shooter was 22-year-old Jacob Tyler Roberts, who killed two people and took his own life. Then there is todayís Connecticut School Shooting. The shooter was 20 year-old Adam Lanza who killed 20 children and 7 adults and took his own life. Is it a coincidence that all three shooters were in their 20&#8242;s and that is around the same time mental disorders tend to show up in men? Could it be true that all three of these homicidal young men, and others like them, suffer from mental illness? Could proper treatment have prevented these tragic events? Maybe.
Food for thought!

Gun Control is not the answer. We need to protest the war games these young men, and Children, are watching. We are so desensitize because of the movies CSI, Criminal Minds and the graphic news. My guess would be that if they started examining these areas and mixed with drugs you would see a pattern.
Desensitize! I find myself not thinking to much of what I see. I am Desensitize and this is by watching TV and I do not play shooting games on the computer. Just think we also do not have desciple for our children. How can parents be respond if they are not allowed to correct the childs bad habbits.
GET REAL

Ballwin, MO

#23 Dec 15, 2012
Gunner wrote:
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No offense, you really are off target with your insane accusations and interpretations. Show me one of these mass murderers that was on drugs and I'll show you an objective NRA member.
Prove to me one that wasn't .
GET REAL

Ballwin, MO

#24 Dec 15, 2012
One Mad Christian wrote:
<quoted text>
Food for thought!
Gun Control is not the answer. We need to protest the war games these young men, and Children, are watching. We are so desensitize because of the movies CSI, Criminal Minds and the graphic news. My guess would be that if they started examining these areas and mixed with drugs you would see a pattern.
Desensitize! I find myself not thinking to much of what I see. I am Desensitize and this is by watching TV and I do not play shooting games on the computer. Just think we also do not have desciple for our children. How can parents be respond if they are not allowed to correct the childs bad habbits.
Rick enough with your sermons .

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#25 Dec 15, 2012
Cain killed Able with a wooden club, so should we have baseball bat control? Get real, if we have gun control with assault weapons it will eventually lead to us not being allowed to own a gun at all. The criminals will be sure to find a way to get them leaving you/us unprotected. I for one do not own any assault weapons and have no need for one but once the government starts choosing what weapons we can legally own we may just find ourselves down to a pea shooter. Seriously folks some people have an evil streak in them so therefore if they want to do something they do not have to have a gun, knives kill too you know!
Just Imagine

United States

#26 Dec 16, 2012
Our forefathers could see with the utmost clarity, the need for an armed and secure population, not just to be safe from intruders, and a way of suppling food for our tables, but to protect Us from a Governing body that has been corrupted. Today We dont have that but what does the future bring? AMENDMENT II

A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#27 Dec 16, 2012
What Is A Low Keel wrote:
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There were no fatalities in the knife attack.
Your point? No one died and I'm sure all those kids woke up the next day untouched by what they went through.
GET REAL

Ballwin, MO

#28 Dec 16, 2012
OLD DOGS wrote:
Cain killed Able with a wooden club, so should we have baseball bat control? Get real, if we have gun control with assault weapons it will eventually lead to us not being allowed to own a gun at all. The criminals will be sure to find a way to get them leaving you/us unprotected. I for one do not own any assault weapons and have no need for one but once the government starts choosing what weapons we can legally own we may just find ourselves down to a pea shooter. Seriously folks some people have an evil streak in them so therefore if they want to do something they do not have to have a gun, knives kill too you know!
I agree with you 100% not to many years ago thousands were killed by 2 airplanes and one plane brought down with a box cutter. No guns used there.
What Is A Low Keel

United States

#29 Dec 16, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Your point? No one died and I'm sure all those kids woke up the next day untouched by what they went through.
But they did wake up. There are parents in Newtown, CT who would've gladly taken "severely wounded."
One Mad Christian

Marquez, TX

#30 Dec 16, 2012
Gunner wrote:
That's the mentality that's gotten us to where we are.
Guns don't kill people? Hard to shoot a bullet without a gun brother.
When you have guns being sold like a loaf of bread you're going to have these problems. The same old same old hasn't worked has it?
You simply don't need assault weapons on the street. And yes, It could be stopped if the NRA quit griping like a beaten stepchild every time someone says "control".
People's hearts is what causes people to commit these type of crimes. If God was the center of our world this would not happen. Assult weapons but not all guns. Pistols and shotguns I believe we should be able to keep. I think they will try and take ALL guns. Won't change crime they will find away. Look at the information they can get to make bombs. People are so far from God. The sad part as the one who shot these people probably thought he would cease to exist but he is going to spend eternity somewhere. As troubled as he was, just guessing but probably not in Heaven.
Polythene Pam

United States

#31 Dec 16, 2012
Does anyone know how many firearm related homicides there were in Japan last year?
Well

Centerville, TX

#33 Dec 16, 2012
It is not a gun problem, a knife problem, a bomb problem, a beating to death problem, a choking problem or any other way to kill someone problem. It is a heart problem. You change the heart, the killing stops.
LuLu

Lenoir, NC

#34 Dec 16, 2012
emlu wrote:
http://www.newser.com/story/15 9391/my-son-is-the-next-adam-l anza.html
This link might shed some light on the issue. It is heart breaking that a mother would have these thoughts. But she raises the issue of today's mental health.
This link has quite a story to tell, or I should say a mother has one to tell. She's afraid she is raising the next shooter and he is 13.
Gunner

Dallas, TX

#35 Dec 17, 2012
emlu wrote:
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04 /30/world/asia/30china.html?_r =0
Attacker Stabs 28 Chinese Children
People don't need guns for carnage.
4 critically injured over 28 dead, I'll take the knife anytime.

I am not anti gun. I do believe people don't need to own assault weapons. You and I both agree that mental evaluation is warranted.
A look at our gun laws should not be viewed as an attack on our 2nd amendment. It's time to move forward and make changes to existing laws.

Since: Sep 12

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#36 Dec 17, 2012
Gunner wrote:
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4 critically injured over 28 dead, I'll take the knife anytime.
I am not anti gun. I do believe people don't need to own assault weapons. You and I both agree that mental evaluation is warranted.
A look at our gun laws should not be viewed as an attack on our 2nd amendment. It's time to move forward and make changes to existing laws.
Reform...Control two different things. Yes, we agree.
Gunner

Dallas, TX

#37 Dec 17, 2012
Well wrote:
It is not a gun problem, a knife problem, a bomb problem, a beating to death problem, a choking problem or any other way to kill someone problem. It is a heart problem. You change the heart, the killing stops.
If we look at the post we see on these forums we must realize that the very the hearts of many here are broken. Unfortunately these are the people accusing others of having no heart.
What Is A Low Keel

Spring, TX

#38 Dec 17, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Reform...Control two different things. Yes, we agree.
They are synonyms to the NRA.
One Mad Christian

Waxahachie, TX

#39 Dec 17, 2012
Just Imagine wrote:
Our forefathers could see with the utmost clarity, the need for an armed and secure population, not just to be safe from intruders, and a way of suppling food for our tables, but to protect Us from a Governing body that has been corrupted. Today We dont have that but what does the future bring? AMENDMENT II
A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.
It is not guns who kills and it is not God. It is mens hearts. It is the removeal of God. Where was He? Right where we want Him. Out of our lives. We took Him out of our Schools. Removed the 10 Commandments from public places. One of God's comandments "They shall not kill" People don't want Him to be in any part of their world. You can't have it both ways. If we turned back to God as a nation it would make a difference.
One Mad Christian

Waxahachie, TX

#40 Dec 17, 2012
WOW! Looking a no Guns to maybe we all should get a permit to carry one. Heard something today that makes sense. If the teachers had been armed (gun in a locked box)someone could have stopped the shooter. The theater shooting that happen a few weeks ago. The shooter went to a theater that had a no fire arms rule in place. He PASSED several schools that allowed people with permits to enter.
Also as soon as someone with a gun arrived they shot themselves. Simple to me have a gun. Guns don't kill people, people do.
We better stand up to this law they are going to pass. Obama said within 1 hr of the shooting that he will see to it this be taken care of NOW!
Hang on it will be a battle...I think and I hope.
Gunner

Tyler, TX

#42 Dec 17, 2012
GET REAL wrote:
<quoted text> Prove to me one that wasn't .
You made the charge, the ball is in your court to prove it.

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