UT-Austin shooting reignites debate on guns
By Bill Hanna Almost before it was over, Tuesday's crisis involving a University of Texas at Austin student toting an AK-47 across campus and killing himself reignited the debate on allowing concealed handguns at colleges.The issue, hotly debated by Texas lawmakers two years ago, was already expected to be introduced again in the 2011 ...
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Since: Mar 08
#1 Oct 1, 2010
It's crazy how people think a gun ban will prevent gun crime. A person planning to ignore murder law won't obey gun law.
Disarming college students and school employees is like disarming the soldiers that guard the fort from invading criminals.
It's election time. November. So now the police have stepped up their incitement of gun owners. The police want politicians (elected) who will support assault rifle bans. Already we have several longgun shootings (that don't make any sense).
It was the same while the SCOTUS deliberated McDonald vs Chicago, from March up to June, the shootings increased dramatically, and then subsided after SCOTUS issued it's pro gun ruling. But June is a month where shootings normallly increase. Police were antagonizing gun owners (pigs love to incite gun owners to kill innocent people) and gang bangers and other borderline people.
It's no secret, because of gun control by pigs, the pigs have become a threat to our privacy, freedom, and safety.
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