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champ

Columbus, OH

#1 Mar 17, 2013
Have all the guns you want but who could oppose a backround check.
really

Columbus, OH

#2 Mar 17, 2013
Hide your guns the government is coming to get them. Haha
yup

Point Pleasant, WV

#3 Mar 17, 2013
There are plenty of reasons why background checks lead to registries and the government doesn't need to know what I have. Besides like I've also said before the only people that's going to do the right thing and go through with background checks are the people that isn't going to be hurting anyone anyway the criminals will still avoid them like they do now.
really

Columbus, OH

#4 Mar 17, 2013
Since u believe that then don't be afraid. Oh my God the black hawk helicopters are coming now Really
Truth

United States

#5 Mar 17, 2013
Man up and let's get them! I don't care that anyone knows I own guns? What I do care about is that I do not want anyone to know where those guns are which is on me. I am a hunter and have no use for full automatic weapons or assault weapons and they can check me with a background check any time they wish. If just 1 innocent life may be saved like those babies that died in that school it would be well worth the aggravation we as buyers will have to put up with. Just my $ 0.02 worth
Bored

United States

#6 Mar 17, 2013
I thinks it's funny how in this day and age where we can zoom in on a zit on some dudes ass from 6 miles away that people believe the government doesn't know what they own.
really

Columbus, OH

#7 Mar 17, 2013
Great comment. But omg. The helicopters are coming. Get In your bunkers now
Reality

Point Pleasant, WV

#8 Mar 17, 2013
Truth wrote:
Man up and let's get them! I don't care that anyone knows I own guns? What I do care about is that I do not want anyone to know where those guns are which is on me. I am a hunter and have no use for full automatic weapons or assault weapons and they can check me with a background check any time they wish. If just 1 innocent life may be saved like those babies that died in that school it would be well worth the aggravation we as buyers will have to put up with. Just my $ 0.02 worth
How would a back ground check prevented that man from stealing his mother's guns and killing those children?
True

United States

#9 Mar 17, 2013
I do not trust the government at all. Registration would be a great ideal other than when you them all registered they will tax the life out of you or come after them. It would be great if they were registered I could help in the theft of guns, but I think registration of guns would be used against the honest hard working people, and nothing against the criminals that are over taking us now.
really

Columbus, OH

#10 Mar 17, 2013
It won't help out at all with a person stealing a gun and using it. So why not get a backround check
Reality

Point Pleasant, WV

#11 Mar 17, 2013
really wrote:
It won't help out at all with a person stealing a gun and using it. So why not get a backround check
Back at you..........how will it help me to get a back ground check? True, I am a hard working legal citizen that has never been in any kind of trouble. I am just saying that if you want to lay down and keep accepting the continuing growing control the government has on its' legal citizens I don't understand you. Guess I was related to the rebels who decided they weren't going to allow Great Britain to control their every movement and thought in this new country, I don't like that much government control (and it has nothing to do with the helicopters coming), just my right to be a private United States citizen.

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#12 Mar 17, 2013
His mom bought the gun he used, if I remember right.
yup

Point Pleasant, WV

#13 Mar 17, 2013
No one owns automatic weapons and the term Assault rifle is a term used to try and scare people into thinking there some big bad gun. If you was so much of a hunter you would understand that there are far more weapons that are more dangerous than a Ar15. As far as the government coming in helicopters I'm not worried about that I'm not some person who thinks there's gonna be coming after me. This country was built with the way of not letting the government control everything people need to see that already.
yup

Point Pleasant, WV

#14 Mar 17, 2013
The guns the Guy used belonged to his more there was 4 pistols last I heard there wasn't even a Ar15 used. He was never even supposed to have access to any firearm at all but yet he still got them just like all criminals which just goes to prove you can ban what ever you want it won't help anything. If anyone thinks getting rid of any kind of firearms with save a life look at Chicago's crime rate one of the highest murder rates in the country where most guns are banned.
yup

Point Pleasant, WV

#15 Mar 17, 2013
Belonged to his mother*
Bored

Gallipolis, OH

#16 Mar 17, 2013
yup wrote:
No one owns automatic weapons and the term Assault rifle is a term used to try and scare people into thinking there some big bad gun. If you was so much of a hunter you would understand that there are far more weapons that are more dangerous than a Ar15. As far as the government coming in helicopters I'm not worried about that I'm not some person who thinks there's gonna be coming after me. This country was built with the way of not letting the government control everything people need to see that already.
This country was built on the idea of not wanting to pay taxes without any representation in the government we were paying. The government was meant to control everything. Just look at the constitution.
Also the assault rifle is a weapon typically used in military assaults that are known to have high capacity magazines, high rates of fire, and generally good performance. It's not a term meant to scare people but to classify guns that fit into this category.

But by all means people lets just keep doing what we're doing. I mean we can typically predict how many people will be killed on a yearly basis. We shouldn't try to change anything to lower that number because we could raise it right? Lets just do nothing. We as Americans love doing nothing. I mean the DOW has record highs but the standard of living keeps decreasing but I'm sure making the rich richer and waiting on them to help us out with jobs and such out of the goodness of their hearts will solve everything. It's not like we have continuously decreasing rankings in health, eduction, income, and employment or anything right? I mean all those CEOs making 380 times the wage of their average paid worker have to be working so much harder than their employees right? They'll look out for us. We just need to wait.
really

Columbus, OH

#17 Mar 17, 2013
Wanna go by the constitution. You have a right to carry a 1776 musket
yup

Point Pleasant, WV

#18 Mar 17, 2013
really wrote:
Wanna go by the constitution. You have a right to carry a 1776 musket
The constitution says Nothing about owning weapons of that time period but thats like saying that if the 2nd amendment doesn't apply to the AR15 the first doesn't apply to TV and internet which you are using right now.
yup

Point Pleasant, WV

#19 Mar 17, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
This country was built on the idea of not wanting to pay taxes without any representation in the government we were paying. The government was meant to control everything. Just look at the constitution.
Also the assault rifle is a weapon typically used in military assaults that are known to have high capacity magazines, high rates of fire, and generally good performance. It's not a term meant to scare people but to classify guns that fit into this category.
But by all means people lets just keep doing what we're doing. I mean we can typically predict how many people will be killed on a yearly basis. We shouldn't try to change anything to lower that number because we could raise it right? Lets just do nothing. We as Americans love doing nothing. I mean the DOW has record highs but the standard of living keeps decreasing but I'm sure making the rich richer and waiting on them to help us out with jobs and such out of the goodness of their hearts will solve everything. It's not like we have continuously decreasing rankings in health, eduction, income, and employment or anything right? I mean all those CEOs making 380 times the wage of their average paid worker have to be working so much harder than their employees right? They'll look out for us. We just need to wait.
The term assualt rifle wasn't used until they wanted to make them sound more threatening the sporting rifle but most people think of assault rifles now as full auto weapons
Bored

Gallipolis, OH

#20 Mar 17, 2013
yup wrote:
<quoted text>
The constitution says Nothing about owning weapons of that time period but thats like saying that if the 2nd amendment doesn't apply to the AR15 the first doesn't apply to TV and internet which you are using right now.
But the constitution does mention something about a militia. Seems like they had at least some training and organization in mind for people who owned the weapons.
But hell since no restrictions were listed on the constitution as to what exactly the "arms" I can bare are, we should be able to buy weapons grade plutonium and weaponized small pox right?

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