Gun Laws - Jackson, TN

“666”

Since: Oct 09

Las Vegas, NV

#130 Jan 8, 2013
guest wrote:
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Sorry, still wrong chief.
If you believe that it is somehow incorrect, despite scholarly references, then you might be interested in believing in Unicorns as well.

Good luck with that.

“666”

Since: Oct 09

Las Vegas, NV

#131 Jan 8, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
Google is a dangerous thing for fools.... LIke you...
You really showed me with that retort. What's next? "I'm rubber, you're glue ..."?

It would be reasonable to conclude that resources dedicated for information, among other things, offends you.

The ignorant typically do get offended when you "show them the light."

It's a common defensive mechanism.
guest

Jackson, TN

#132 Jan 8, 2013
God ls Dead wrote:
<quoted text>
You really showed me with that retort. What's next? "I'm rubber, you're glue ..."?
It would be reasonable to conclude that resources dedicated for information, among other things, offends you.
The ignorant typically do get offended when you "show them the light."
It's a common defensive mechanism.
Quote the genius "Here you go, super-genius.

http://www.lmgtfy.com/ ...

Go Google and come back smarter."

That would explain your witless retort.
guest

Jackson, TN

#133 Jan 8, 2013
God ls Dead wrote:
<quoted text>
If you believe that it is somehow incorrect, despite scholarly references, then you might be interested in believing in Unicorns as well.
Good luck with that.
A uperficially thought out cite? Making a great living off fools like you....
guest

Jackson, TN

#134 Jan 8, 2013
God ls Dead wrote:
<quoted text>
If you believe that it is somehow incorrect, despite scholarly references, then you might be interested in believing in Unicorns as well.
Good luck with that.
At least try something more than a cursory scan, buffoon.
Gun Owner

Trenton, TN

#135 Jan 9, 2013
http://propagandaprofessor.net/2011/09/26/the...

I see where the fanatics are using fake statements to scare good, caring Americans.

I don't trust the NRA. Evidence is coming out that they have paid bribes to congressmen to keep the truth from coming out.

Assault weapons are NOT family style guns.
Phillip

Trenton, TN

#136 Jan 10, 2013
These narrow-minded zealots are scaring America and turning America's heart to limiting gun ownership.

These nut-cases have brought their down fall on themselves.

Remember, slave owners fought for the right to own slaves, just like these nut heads fight for these children killer weapons.
really

Jackson, TN

#137 Jan 10, 2013
Phillip wrote:
These narrow-minded zealots are scaring America and turning America's heart to limiting gun ownership.
These nut-cases have brought their down fall on themselves.
Remember, slave owners fought for the right to own slaves, just like these nut heads fight for these children killer weapons.
Fyi,any weapon can kill,childeren are killed by handguns everyday.Whats your point?SO is every gun a "children killer weapon" what a dumbass
Obamacare rules this tim

Kingsport, TN

#139 Jan 10, 2013
Single Mom wrote:
I have a gun but don't think I need an assault weapon to defend my children.
We don't need guns at schools. We don't need guns in bars.
We don't need guns in Congress. We don't need assault weapons in the home.
If you feel a threat by the government, you are one twisted person.
That's what some said about the Jews in Germany in the 1930's aas well....
Single Mom

Trenton, TN

#140 Jan 10, 2013
Obamacare rules this tim wrote:
<quoted text>
That's what some said about the Jews in Germany in the 1930's aas well....
That is NOT what they said in Germany in the 1930's.

Bahhh bahhhh....(you sheep that follow blindly the Religious Right)

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#141 Jan 11, 2013
Gun Owner wrote:
http://propagandaprofessor.net /2011/09/26/the-myth-of-hitler s-gun-ban/
I see where the fanatics are using fake statements to scare good, caring Americans.
I don't trust the NRA. Evidence is coming out that they have paid bribes to congressmen to keep the truth from coming out.
Assault weapons are NOT family style guns.
The NRA is presenting themselves as a "slimy" organization to America.

We already wondered how closely associated they were to the Tea Party freaks.

At least they don't carry signs with words misspelled.

NRA SLOGANS:

"Protect your animals, carry an assault weapon""

"You never know when someone may walk on your lawn, carry an assault weapon."

"Send your child to school prepared ... with an assault weapon."

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#142 Jan 11, 2013
How can you tell a gay NRA member????

He has a spice rack in the back window of his truck.
Just me

Longview, TX

#143 Jan 11, 2013
Gun laws only take guns away from law abiding citizens. Criminals don't care about gun laws.

Since: Dec 11

Jackson, TN

#144 Jan 11, 2013
“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: Dec 11

Jackson, TN

#145 Jan 11, 2013
Here’s a history of what happens after governments have disarmed their citizens:

1911 – Turkey disarmed it’s citizens, and between 1915 – 1917 they murdered 1.5 million Armenians.

1929 – Russia disarmed it’s citizens, and between 1929 – 1953 they murdered 20 million Russians.

1935 – China disarmed it’s citizens, and between 1948 – 1952 they murdered 20 million Chinese.

1938 – Germany disarmed it’s citizens, and between 1939 – 1945 they murdered 16 million Jews.

1956 – Cambodia disarmed it’s citizens, and between 1975 – 1977 they murdered 1 million Educated people.

1964 – Guatamala disarmed it’s citizens, and between 1964 – 1981 they murdered 100,000 Mayan Indians.

1970 – Uganda disarmed it’s citizens, and between 1971 – 1979 they murdered 300,000 Christians.

[Editor: You can argue about the numbers, but the point here is that disarmed citizens are vulnerable, and that there are many historical examples of disarmed citizens being killed and oppressed by their own government. The excuse given by authorities that they need to take guns away from citizens in order to lower crime rates is not supported by facts. Even if a government does not turn on its own citizens after disarming them, people are less safe - because unarmed citizens are easy targets to criminals. Over and over again, it has been clearly shown that taking guns away from citizens does not lead to a decrease in crime but rather a dramatic increase.]

Australia has disarmed it’s citizens, and a year later the homicide rate in the largest province is up 300%. The burglaries of seniors is “dramatically” up.

I guess the criminals did not turn their weapons in. Only the innocent law abiding citizens turned in weapons.

In US cities with the highest crime rates, taking guns away from the citizens has not lowered the homicide rate. All it has done is to make it easier for criminals to operate.

The 2nd amendment is not about duck hunting, or deer hunting. It is about having the ability and the right to defend oneself and your family. It doesn’t matter if that threat is a burglar, or the Federal Government. A disarmed population is fair game for any president who may be aspiring to become a dictator. Having its citizens armed was the plain and simple intent of the founding fathers of our country.

Since: Dec 11

Jackson, TN

#146 Jan 11, 2013
Gun safety and gun laws
Evanston, Illinois, a Chicago suburb of 75,000 residents, became the largest town to ban handgun ownership in September 1982 but experienced no change in violent crime. It has subsequently ended its ban as a result of the District of Columbia v. Heller Supreme Court case, upon a federal lawsuit by the National Rifle Association being filed the day after Heller was entered.[74] Among the 15 states with the highest homicide rates, 10 have restrictive or very restrictive gun laws.[75] Twenty percent of U.S. homicides occur in four cities with just 6% of the population—New York, Chicago, Detroit, and Washington, D.C.—and each has or, in the cases of Detroit (until 2001) and D.C.(2008) had, a requirement for a license on private handguns or an effective outright ban (in the case of Chicago).[76]
In Britain (England, Wales and Scotland), the private ownership of most handguns was banned in 1997 following a gun massacre at a school in Dunblane and a 1987 gun massacre in Hungerford in which the combined deaths was 35 and injured 30. Gun ownership and gun crime was already at a low level, which made these slaughters particularly concerning. Only an estimated 57,000 people —0.1% of the population owned such weapons prior to the ban.[77] In the UK, only 8 percent of all criminal homicides are committed with a firearm of any kind.[78] In 2005/6 the number of such deaths in England and Wales (population 53.3 million) was just 50, a reduction of 36 per cent on the year before and lower than at any time since 1998/9. In 2007, the number of deaths in Britain (population 60.7 million) from firearms was 51.[79] In 2007 in the U.S. 12,632 murders were committed using firearms, 613 persons were killed unintentionally, and 17,352 committed suicide by firearms.[80][81] In 2008 the number of deaths from firearms in Britain was 42, a 20-year low, with vast parts of the country recording no homicides, suicides or accidental deaths from firearms.[79] Violent crime accelerated in Jamaica after handguns were heavily restricted and a special Gun Court established.[82] However a high proportion of the illegal guns in Jamaica can be attributed to guns smuggled in from the United States, where they are more freely available.[83]
lol

Jackson, TN

#147 Jan 11, 2013
SooLowe wrote:
How can you tell a gay NRA member????
He has a spice rack in the back window of his truck.
and you in the passenger seat giving him road head,lol
Sliknikel

Humboldt, TN

#148 Jan 11, 2013
I suppose Hitler confiscating all the weapons in Germany before he started exterminating people was just a coincidence....

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#149 Jan 11, 2013
Please read your own quote ... "WELL REGULATED." That implies LIMITS. I hope they tax the hell out your ASSAULT weapons.

Just be aware that CHANGE IS COMING!
cpaynesr wrote:
“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: Jul 12

Location hidden

#150 Jan 11, 2013
DUDE!!!! You expect anyone to read that massive paragraph of crap?
cpaynesr wrote:
Gun safety and gun laws
Evanston, Illinois, a Chicago suburb of 75,000 residents, became the largest town to ban handgun ownership in September 1982 but experienced no change in violent crime. It has subsequently ended its ban as a result of the District of Columbia v. Heller Supreme Court case, upon a federal lawsuit by the National Rifle Association being filed the day after Heller was entered.[74] Among the 15 states with the highest homicide rates, 10 have restrictive or very restrictive gun laws.[75] Twenty percent of U.S. homicides occur in four cities with just 6% of the population—New York, Chicago, Detroit, and Washington, D.C.—and each has or, in the cases of Detroit (until 2001) and D.C.(2008) had, a requirement for a license on private handguns or an effective outright ban (in the case of Chicago).[76]
In Britain (England, Wales and Scotland), the private ownership of most handguns was banned in 1997 following a gun massacre at a school in Dunblane and a 1987 gun massacre in Hungerford in which the combined deaths was 35 and injured 30. Gun ownership and gun crime was already at a low level, which made these slaughters particularly concerning. Only an estimated 57,000 people —0.1% of the population owned such weapons prior to the ban.[77] In the UK, only 8 percent of all criminal homicides are committed with a firearm of any kind.[78] In 2005/6 the number of such deaths in England and Wales (population 53.3 million) was just 50, a reduction of 36 per cent on the year before and lower than at any time since 1998/9. In 2007, the number of deaths in Britain (population 60.7 million) from firearms was 51.[79] In 2007 in the U.S. 12,632 murders were committed using firearms, 613 persons were killed unintentionally, and 17,352 committed suicide by firearms.[80][81] In 2008 the number of deaths from firearms in Britain was 42, a 20-year low, with vast parts of the country recording no homicides, suicides or accidental deaths from firearms.[79] Violent crime accelerated in Jamaica after handguns were heavily restricted and a special Gun Court established.[82] However a high proportion of the illegal guns in Jamaica can be attributed to guns smuggled in from the United States, where they are more freely available.[83]

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