States with strict gun laws found to have fewer shooting deaths

Mar 7, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Reuters

States that have more laws restricting gun ownership have lower rates of death from shootings, both suicides and homicides, a study by researchers at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard University found.

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The facts prove you a liar..........
I don't have a problem posting the source.

Funny how you do.

I know: you'll do it... later...

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<quoted text>Modern Liberalism
You told us that tea party are the new new left.

See: you are really so stupid you should save us time by posting this first.

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Really
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Funny how I soundly refute what you say but you have to move the goal posts.

Funny how you are always ready to prove something... some other time.

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Only a moron would shoot a moose with a 30/30
In Canada it is not even legal
Two months and counting.

Putting aside I proved you wrong two months ago... and counting.

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I guess in Barefoot 2626's world, when she posts (or he) she (or he) expects everyone to accept it as an absolute.
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Only a moron would shoot a moose with a 30/30
In Canada it is not even legal
Sometimes it is an absolute, darling.

Is it legal to hunt moose in Canada, yes or no?

Pretend I didn't already give you the answer.

There are absolutes in this world, honey.

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Sometimes it is an absolute, darling.
Is it legal to hunt moose in Canada, yes or no?
Pretend I didn't already give you the answer.
There are absolutes in this world, honey.
Your posts seem to be far from an absolute.

As far as your question about moose hunting in Canada, I don't hunt in Canada but I did a quick query on Google. http://find.gov.on.ca/... will tell you anything you might need to know. Base on what I read you can hunt for moose in Canada.

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That is what all gang bangers think
I was partially wrong. You not only ignored the post you deflected on a follow-up.

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More proof that only the stupid
HOw's that Herman Cain endorsement working out for you, Homo One?

PS: It seems that Newfoundland is still part of Canada.

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Shelly Bl wrote:
<quoted text>Your posts seem to be far from an absolute.
As far as your question about moose hunting in Canada, I don't hunt in Canada but I did a quick query on Google. http://find.gov.on.ca/... will tell you anything you might need to know. Base on what I read you can hunt for moose in Canada.
There are absolutes.

If someone says something always happens or never happens and it doesn't always happen or happens once instead of never, it is rather easy to establish truth of the matter.

If I say that prostitution is not legal in the USA, I am making absolute.

If I were to say that prostitution was not legal in the USA, would I be right or wrong?

There is an answer and you could answer with either a yes or a no.

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I have asked this moron to answer question from ten months
Funny how no matter what someone does to prove Homo One wrong and he gets backed into a corner- a weekly occurence- his only response is: he asked "me" (and he has done exactly the same thing with others) a "question" ten months or a year or other such nonsense ago, and there fore doesn't have to provide proof until someone answers this question he claims to have asked who cares when.

Funny how that is.

Now two months ago, Homo One made this statement:

Only a moron would shoot a moose with a 30/30
In Canada it is not even legal
Put aside: This statement is absolutely false.

I will point to the two months and the excuses he uses to not provide proof and suggest of course he is a troll intent on wasting keystrokes.

What I find amusing- not in giving this racist bigot any rope- is the so-call gun "experts" who have fallen quiet on this and won't call him out on this falsehood.

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Base on what I read you can hunt for moose in Canada.
I have already provided multiple sources that cover laws which clearly prove it is indeed legal to hunt moose with 30/30 in those applicable provinces.

Homo One isn't interested in proof, only in wasting keystrokes.

At some point (I predict) he will reveal it isn't legal to hunt moose in Montreal city parks and pretend he didn't say this:
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Only a moron would shoot a moose with a 30/30
In Canada it is not even legal

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Realize that Tray, and thanks for the heads up. My mission here is to SLAM the pages with irrefutable FACTS.
When are you going to start, Davy?

So far you are warming up with the fiction you post.

Is Newfoundland part of Canada, Davy?

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to POUND the FACTS into the minds of our fellow American citizens,
As the White House continues its campaign to build support for stronger national gun laws, a new poll shows that the overwhelming majority of Americans - 92 percent - support the idea of background checks for all gun buyers.

The Quinnipiac University poll, conducted among 1,772 registered voters from Jan. 30-Feb. 4, showed that support among those living in a gun-owning household was almost equally high: 91 percent of those voters said they support universal background checks.

"There is no significant voter opposition to requiring background checks for gun buyers," said Peter Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, in a statement. "And there is support for banning high volume ammunition clips and assault weapons, with the issue pretty much falling along party lines." The poll echoes similar findings in a CBS News/New York Times poll taken last month.

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I have already provided multiple sources that cover laws which clearly prove it is indeed legal to hunt moose with 30/30 in those applicable provinces.
Homo One isn't interested in proof, only in wasting keystrokes.
At some point (I predict) he will reveal it isn't legal to hunt moose in Montreal city parks and pretend he didn't say this:
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I have to say I have never seen a source that you have provided. But then, I have never seen a baby pigeon but they obviously exist. I have asked for specific sources from you on the last couple of pages of this thread and nothing. So forgive me if I take your "multiple sources" with a grain of salt. Instead of playing "you prove it first" ping pong, either jab a link up their backsides or admit you don't have one.

When someone provides you with a link you don't attack the message but you attack the messenger. It certainly doesn't make your arguments seem credible.

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As the White House continues its campaign to build support for stronger national gun laws, a new poll shows that the overwhelming majority of Americans - 92 percent - support the idea of background checks for all gun buyers.
The Quinnipiac University poll, conducted among 1,772 registered voters from Jan. 30-Feb. 4, showed that support among those living in a gun-owning household was almost equally high: 91 percent of those voters said they support universal background checks.
"There is no significant voter opposition to requiring background checks for gun buyers," said Peter Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, in a statement. "And there is support for banning high volume ammunition clips and assault weapons, with the issue pretty much falling along party lines." The poll echoes similar findings in a CBS News/New York Times poll taken last month.
This may double post and I apologize upfront if it does.

Could you provide a link to the study? 1/30 to 2/4 for a poll is not a very recent in polling terms. The wind comes and goes with support when it is a result of a tragedy.
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Lol
The troll still can't post the evidence that convinced his gangsta brain that Zim is guilty
After almost a year..........
Is Zimmerman free , chief yellow tail?
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Caught in another lie unless you can prove you have followed him his entire life..........ROTFLMAO
poor baby. we know you lie, chief

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<quoted text>I have to say I have never seen a source that you have provided.
Here is just one:

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Here's the requirement for Newfoundland: A minimum of a 243 caliber rifle is required for moose hunting in Newfoundland, but a minimum of 270 caliber is recommended.

http://www.advertisenorth.com/outfitters/moos...

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Of course, Homo One's objective is not to disprove something he is absolutely wrong about but to waste time of people who respond.

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Still can't post that evidence you claimed you posted 10 months
Still can't post that evidence you claimed you posted 11 months ago.

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Oslama can't even get Reid to go along with his gun ban..........
We can't get you to post proof of anything you post.

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Like the YouTube video of the witness
Gosh, I am sure witnesses YouTube will be called to give testimony.

Everything on YouTube is true.

Newfoundland called and told me that they are still part of Canada.

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