Since: Oct 12

Baltimore, Maryland

#299 Feb 13, 2013
hmm wrote:
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Obviously not...since there werent any in those times...so your question is pointless. Machines arnt the damn problem jesus. Stay on topic.
So you believe then that the only Constitutional firearms are ball and powder muskets?
hmm

Lawrenceburg, KY

#300 Feb 13, 2013
no, "arms" can mean many weapons
common sense

London, KY

#301 Feb 14, 2013
hmm wrote:
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Obviously not...since there werent any in those times...so your question is pointless. Machines arnt the damn problem jesus. Stay on topic.
He's a smartass and wont stay on topic.
common sense

London, KY

#302 Feb 14, 2013
Tits McGee wrote:
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In your world a law abiding citizen should be able to do anything his little heart desires. No, that is not the way we operate in a democracy. The most simple way to explain it to the uninformed is this: your right ends where my right begins. You have a right to drive a car, but do you have a right to drive drunk? You do not, that right ends when it endangers other people. As I posted earlier, we all have the right of free speech, but that speech cannot be used to harm other people, such as publishing false information. Our rights end when they harm other people, as in killing people with certain types of guns.
Please explain how a persons right to own an AR15 hurts you.

Also you do not have the right to drive a car.

Since: Oct 12

Baltimore, Maryland

#303 Feb 14, 2013
hmm wrote:
no, "arms" can mean many weapons
But you said "Obviously not...since there werent [machine guns] in those times."

Is your logic that since there were not machine guns in 1791 that they are not Constitutionally protected? If that's not what you meant, then what did you mean?

Hence by that logic, if it wasn't around in 1791 then it's not Constitutionally protected.
Hoot Owl

Duluth, GA

#304 Feb 14, 2013
common sense wrote:
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Please explain how a persons right to own an AR15 hurts you.
Also you do not have the right to drive a car.
Just on the news (27) said they decided to drop the gun ban on assault rifles and high capacity clips. Glad to hear this!!!

Since: Oct 12

Baltimore, Maryland

#305 Feb 14, 2013
common sense wrote:
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He's a smartass and wont stay on topic.
As if driving a car is "on topic." What is the topic exactly?
common sense

London, KY

#306 Feb 14, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
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As if driving a car is "on topic." What is the topic exactly?
You are correct but I did not bring it into the conversation. Your good friend Tits did. And more than once.

Since: Oct 12

Baltimore, Maryland

#307 Feb 14, 2013
common sense wrote:
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You are correct but I did not bring it into the conversation. Your good friend Tits did. And more than once.
First appearance. http://www.topix.com/forum/city/harrodsburg-k...
hmm

Lawrenceburg, KY

#308 Feb 14, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
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But you said "Obviously not...since there werent [machine guns] in those times."
Is your logic that since there were not machine guns in 1791 that they are not Constitutionally protected? If that's not what you meant, then what did you mean?
Hence by that logic, if it wasn't around in 1791 then it's not Constitutionally protected.
We arnt talking about machine guns here....
hmm

Lawrenceburg, KY

#309 Feb 14, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
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As if driving a car is "on topic." What is the topic exactly?
The topic is semi autos and mag sizes. I swear your retarded....

Since: Oct 12

Baltimore, Maryland

#310 Feb 14, 2013
hmm wrote:
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The topic is semi autos and mag sizes. I swear your retarded....
"ban all semi and fully auto rifles." Is a machine gun a fully auto rifle?

And please do not say "retarded." That makes Sarah Palin cry.

Now answer the question please. Is the 1934 National Firearms Act constitutional or unconstitutional?

I realize that you painted yourself into a corner when you said that machine guns were not constitutionally protected because they weren't around back then. I think you realize it to. I'm not going to let you out of that corner either. I'm sure many of your allies cringed when they read that, too.
common sense

London, KY

#311 Feb 14, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
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"ban all semi and fully auto rifles." Is a machine gun a fully auto rifle?
And please do not say "retarded." That makes Sarah Palin cry.
Now answer the question please. Is the 1934 National Firearms Act constitutional or unconstitutional?
I realize that you painted yourself into a corner when you said that machine guns were not constitutionally protected because they weren't around back then. I think you realize it to. I'm not going to let you out of that corner either. I'm sure many of your allies cringed when they read that, too.
Yeah people on Topix cringe when Bart speaks. You are beyond being an arrogant bastard...
Old man

Albany, KY

#312 Feb 14, 2013
Tits McGee wrote:
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It is hard to debate an idiot. No, I am concerned when any one dies. It is just this, dim wit: You own a car, you register it. You drive drunk, you can be charged with murder. Assuming that we will have to register our guns: if it is stolen REPORT IT, just as you would report a stolen car. You own a gun and you don't secure and your son uses it to kill. Blame you? You darn right.! Too many gun nuts don't want to take responsibility for their guns. You appear to be one of them.
If my gun is in my home and I lock my home when I leave of even if I don't if someone takes my gun without my permission no way should I be responsible for what someone else does with it I don't have to have my car in a locked garage for someone to steal it, should be no different with a gun or any other thing that I might owned that got stole.

Since: Oct 12

Baltimore, Maryland

#313 Feb 14, 2013
Old man wrote:
<quoted text>If my gun is in my home and I lock my home when I leave of even if I don't if someone takes my gun without my permission no way should I be responsible for what someone else does with it I don't have to have my car in a locked garage for someone to steal it, should be no different with a gun or any other thing that I might owned that got stole.
What you say is true under law, in most cases. If they could show negligence on your part, that would be a different story. There was a story in the Danville paper last week in which a man had FIVE handguns stolen from his UNLOCKED car in the middle of the night. If a crime is committed with one of those handguns, he probably could be successfully sued. But locking your home would in all likelihood be all you are expected to do under current law.

Let me ask you a question. If someone broke into your home while you were gone and stole your guns, do you think that you should be REQUIRED by law to report it?

Since: Oct 12

Baltimore, Maryland

#314 Feb 15, 2013
I saw on the news where James Lopez, who is accused of going on a burglary spree in about six counties, turned himself in.

Among the items he would steal from the homes: guns!

As I said several posts ago, you folks bragging about how many guns you have and what you'll do if someone comes for them.... all they have to do is catch you not at home. Then your guns aren't your guns anymore!

One of the men who had his gun stolen had this to say "I wish we would have been home but that's another story," said Hershel McKinley, who told LEX 18 the thief kicked in his back doors so hard he had to replace the locks.

Hershel, wish in one hand and sh*t in the other and see which one gets full first! I betcha a dollar that old Hershel would say things like "Boy I wish somebody would try to break in here! It'll be the last thing that they do!" How'd that work out?

If Hershel had locked his guns up like a responsible gun owner, that might be one less gun on the street. As it stands now, who knows where it is and what will be done with it.
common sense

Somerset, KY

#315 Feb 15, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
I saw on the news where James Lopez, who is accused of going on a burglary spree in about six counties, turned himself in.
Among the items he would steal from the homes: guns!
As I said several posts ago, you folks bragging about how many guns you have and what you'll do if someone comes for them.... all they have to do is catch you not at home. Then your guns aren't your guns anymore!
One of the men who had his gun stolen had this to say "I wish we would have been home but that's another story," said Hershel McKinley, who told LEX 18 the thief kicked in his back doors so hard he had to replace the locks.
Hershel, wish in one hand and sh*t in the other and see which one gets full first! I betcha a dollar that old Hershel would say things like "Boy I wish somebody would try to break in here! It'll be the last thing that they do!" How'd that work out?
If Hershel had locked his guns up like a responsible gun owner, that might be one less gun on the street. As it stands now, who knows where it is and what will be done with it.
Another example if blame the criminal and not the victim....
Ninja

Harrodsburg, KY

#317 Feb 16, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
I saw on the news where James Lopez, who is accused of going on a burglary spree in about six counties, turned himself in.
Among the items he would steal from the homes: guns!
As I said several posts ago, you folks bragging about how many guns you have and what you'll do if someone comes for them.... all they have to do is catch you not at home. Then your guns aren't your guns anymore!
One of the men who had his gun stolen had this to say "I wish we would have been home but that's another story," said Hershel McKinley, who told LEX 18 the thief kicked in his back doors so hard he had to replace the locks.
Hershel, wish in one hand and sh*t in the other and see which one gets full first! I betcha a dollar that old Hershel would say things like "Boy I wish somebody would try to break in here! It'll be the last thing that they do!" How'd that work out?
If Hershel had locked his guns up like a responsible gun owner, that might be one less gun on the street. As it stands now, who knows where it is and what will be done with it.
Hershel's gun was locked up in His Home, His "safe haven"! When one low life steals from you you will understand what it feels like. You have no common sense at all. You just like to ramble your thoughts and piss average people off. Go get you a can of pringles.
Mark

Danville, KY

#318 Feb 16, 2013
You liberals are idiots! What about "shall not infringe" do you morons not understand. Ide venture to say none of you brilliant light bulbs served in our military! Ide say also that non of you know any history ours or other countries. So we make another law that only law abiding citizens will obey to keep firearms out of the hands of the lawless what brilliance. Idiots why dont you all move to NY or Chicago
Tits McGee

Harrodsburg, KY

#320 Feb 17, 2013
Old man wrote:
<quoted text>If my gun is in my home and I lock my home when I leave of even if I don't if someone takes my gun without my permission no way should I be responsible for what someone else does with it I don't have to have my car in a locked garage for someone to steal it, should be no different with a gun or any other thing that I might owned that got stole.
Old Timer, don't you know how to read? You should be responsible for your gun. If a relative picks it up in hour home and kills somebody you should have to pay a price because you did not secure it. Now get this. If someone breaks into your locked house and steals your gun report it. Let me write this again. Report it. If you don't your old rear end should be in a sling.

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