US school shooting revives gun debate

Dec 14, 2012 Full story: Yahoo! 2,340

Relatives of those killed in past mass shootings reacted with outrage to Friday's news of another massacre at an elementary school in Connecticut.

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#2342 Feb 19, 2013
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#2343 Feb 19, 2013
Respect71 wrote:
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At least the gun owner takes the responsibility and doesn’t blame the gun, and it’s better than a free American giving his rights away to government and then asking said government to do the same from all Americans because of fear.
You video reminds me more of you and your liberal leadership running into the Constitution… That makes your video even more hilarious.
The lunatic left are despicable. They use "the children" to push everything they do. The same children their bs saddles with tons of debt and growing by the minute. Those that they don't murder first, that is.

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#2344 Feb 19, 2013
New Ted Nugent video.

Taliban Ted faces off with Feds;



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yep.
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#2345 Feb 19, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
New Ted Nugent video.
Taliban Ted faces off with Feds;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =e1HdOI1dhv0XX
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yep.
More like a lunatic leftist seeing a gun.

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#2346 Feb 19, 2013
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Yep they are afraid. That is why 60% of permits are now issued to women.
No, you stupid JAGGOFF.

The higher percentage of permits issued to women reflect the shrinking poll of males with tiny-dicks like yourself apply for permits.

Of course, the CCW doesn't help them a bit in the house where there fat husband is going to shoot them like your bladerunner pal.

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#2347 Feb 19, 2013
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And once again the Constitution is not subject to the most recent poll.
One of these days you should try reading it.

Find someone who passed high school to help you out on the big words and to poke you as you nod off... since it seems you can't make it to the end of a sentence that has more than two dozen words in it.

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#2348 Feb 19, 2013
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One of these days you should try reading it.
Find someone who passed high school to help you out on the big words and to poke you as you nod off... since it seems you can't make it to the end of a sentence that has more than two dozen words in it.
And your back with you small immature insults and you lack of understanding of our Constitution…

You and Salazar should find a “safe zone” and go have tea. Perfect company I’d say.
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#2349 Feb 19, 2013
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And your back with you small immature insults and you lack of understanding of our Constitution…
You and Salazar should find a “safe zone” and go have tea. Perfect company I’d say.
They are scared little mice.

Looks like barefool broke out of it's cage again.

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#2350 Feb 19, 2013
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They are scared little mice.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =TxHnCei4wzgXX
Looks like barefool broke out of it's cage again.
Great video! Really illustrates the fears of liberal leaders! That city needs to be proud that their city Attorney and his recognition of our Constitution as well as the Mayor.

Good show Oak Harbor!

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#2351 Feb 19, 2013
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And your back with you small immature insults
How sad that you dish it out but cry like a five year old child whose mommy won't buy him his candy when it gets tossed in his face.

Hypocrite.

PS: get some new material, honey.

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#2352 Feb 19, 2013
just another guy wrote:
They are scared little mice.
I'm not the big fat pusspuss who needs to carry a weapon to make his tiny dickie stiff.

Jaggoff.

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#2353 Feb 19, 2013
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They are scared little mice.
WAHHHHHHHHHH! WAHHHHHHH! MOMMY! Democracy! Not fair! WAHHHHHHHHHH!

DENVER — Lawmakers moved closer on Friday to passing a package of new gun restrictions in Colorado, a state that has lived under the shadow of two of the worst mass shootings in United States history.

After hours of debate that lasted well into the evening, Colorado’s House of Representatives gave initial approval to legislation requiring background checks on private gun sales and placing limits on ammunition magazines — measures that were being watched nationally by advocates on both sides of the issue.

The bills were part of an array of gun proposals being pushed hard by state Democrats this year after the shooting at an Aurora movie theater last summer and the killings at an elementary school in Connecticut in December.

“There is a common thread that we see in these massacres,” said State Representative Rhonda Fields, a Democrat from Aurora who sponsored both pieces of legislation and whose son was shot to death in 2005.“They’re using high-capacity magazines so they can unleash as many bullets as they can, to kill as many people as they can, in our schools, our theaters and our churches.”

The debate over whether to enhance restrictions on firearms has become a contentious focal point of state legislative sessions around the country this year.

Perhaps nowhere has this been the case more than in Colorado, a state with deep conservative and independent streaks. But it is also a place that has been pondering tougher guns laws since the Columbine school shooting in 1999, and the increasing influence of Democratic lawmakers in recent years has made gun-control legislation a political possibility.

Friday’s debate on the House floor capped a week in which gun bills proposed by Democrats cleared several legislative committees, often after lengthy and emotional comments, mostly from proponents of gun rights. Republican legislators argued for hours against the measures, saying the proposed magazine limits — 15 rounds for guns and 8 for shotguns — were merely arbitrary and would have little effect on gun violence.

“It makes no difference to public safety if there are 10 rounds in a magazine, whether there are 15 rounds in a magazine or whether there are 30 rounds,” said State Representative Jared Wright, a Republican from Fruita.

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#2354 Feb 19, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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How sad that you dish it out but cry like a five year old child whose mommy won't buy him his candy when it gets tossed in his face.
Hypocrite.
PS: get some new material, honey.
You prove my point EVERY time.
More Americans own guns now than they did a month ago. You must be so scared.

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#2355 Feb 19, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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WAHHHHHHHHHH! WAHHHHHHH! MOMMY! Democracy! Not fair! WAHHHHHHHHHH!
DENVER — Lawmakers moved closer on Friday to passing a package of new gun restrictions in Colorado, a state that has lived under the shadow of two of the worst mass shootings in United States history.
After hours of debate that lasted well into the evening, Colorado’s House of Representatives gave initial approval to legislation requiring background checks on private gun sales and placing limits on ammunition magazines — measures that were being watched nationally by advocates on both sides of the issue.
The bills were part of an array of gun proposals being pushed hard by state Democrats this year after the shooting at an Aurora movie theater last summer and the killings at an elementary school in Connecticut in December.
“There is a common thread that we see in these massacres,” said State Representative Rhonda Fields, a Democrat from Aurora who sponsored both pieces of legislation and whose son was shot to death in 2005.“They’re using high-capacity magazines so they can unleash as many bullets as they can, to kill as many people as they can, in our schools, our theaters and our churches.”
The debate over whether to enhance restrictions on firearms has become a contentious focal point of state legislative sessions around the country this year.
Perhaps nowhere has this been the case more than in Colorado, a state with deep conservative and independent streaks. But it is also a place that has been pondering tougher guns laws since the Columbine school shooting in 1999, and the increasing influence of Democratic lawmakers in recent years has made gun-control legislation a political possibility.
Friday’s debate on the House floor capped a week in which gun bills proposed by Democrats cleared several legislative committees, often after lengthy and emotional comments, mostly from proponents of gun rights. Republican legislators argued for hours against the measures, saying the proposed magazine limits — 15 rounds for guns and 8 for shotguns — were merely arbitrary and would have little effect on gun violence.
“It makes no difference to public safety if there are 10 rounds in a magazine, whether there are 15 rounds in a magazine or whether there are 30 rounds,” said State Representative Jared Wright, a Republican from Fruita.
We are a republic you limp brained little boy, and if it's against the Constitution then it can't be a law. Scarey, right?!
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#2356 Feb 19, 2013
Respect71 wrote:
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We are a republic you limp brained little boy, and if it's against the Constitution then it can't be a law. Scarey, right?!
Colorado will be less safe, but the dems will feel better. Hopefully only until the next election.

How many jobs was Magpul taking with them if these laws pass?

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#2357 Feb 20, 2013
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Colorado will be less safe, but the dems will feel better. Hopefully only until the next election.
How many jobs was Magpul taking with them if these laws pass?
250 directly and some 400+ indrectly... But that doesn't matter to lefist liberals... Sad

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#2358 Feb 20, 2013
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We are a republic you limp brained little boy, and if it's against the Constitution then it can't be a law. Scarey, right?!
Democrats have this emotional masturbation thing with seeking new laws that they won`t enforce.

It feels good, but accomplishes nothing.

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#2359 Feb 20, 2013
_Twisted Wicked_ wrote:
<quoted text>Democrats have this emotional masturbation thing with seeking new laws that they won`t enforce.
It feels good, but accomplishes nothing.
I agree... Only I would change the generalization to liberals, lefitists and egalitarians.

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#2360 Feb 20, 2013
Righties have this obsession with, "when in doubt, shoot it".

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#2362 Feb 20, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
Righties have this obsession with, "when in doubt, shoot it".
Doesn't matter right or left, Americans have rights to firearms whether you like it or not.

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