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Senator Dianne Feinstein,

I will not register my weapons should this bill be passed, as I do not believe it is the government's right to know what I own. Nor do I think it prudent to tell you what I own so that it may be taken from me by a group of people who enjoy armed protection yet decry me having the same a crime. You ma'am have overstepped a line that is not your domain. I am a Marine Corps Veteran of 8 years, and I will not have some woman who proclaims the evil of an inanimate object, yet carries one, tell me I may not have one.

I am not your subject. I am the man who keeps you free. I am not your servant. I am the person whom you serve. I am not your peasant. I am the flesh and blood of America.

I am the man who fought for my country. I am the man who learned. I am an American. You will not tell me that I must register my semi-automatic AR-15 because of the actions of some evil man.

I will not be disarmed to suit the fear that has been established by the media and your misinformation campaign against the American public.

We, the people, deserve better than you.
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This is topix not the senators office you stupid butt plug!
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Dec 31, 2012
 
Thought about this. You can not change her we will have better luck trying to influence people that do not understand guns. Take someone shooting that never has.
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US has more gun deaths than England and Australia, and goes against common sense, to be putting guns INTO the schools, or the INTO the airplanes, you'd think being gunfree would be the way to go... and if we're into arming teachers in schools, putting police officers in schools, even that didn't work in Columbine and Virginia Tech, having metal detectors, etc, how come we don't have money for good books, good education, good schools, and good teachers? I would rather the school system to be gunfree. Yes, live free or die. Give me liberty or give me death. Outta my cold dead hands. 2nd Amendment is King. It stops an oppressive government. The only thing that stops a bad guy w/ a gun is a good guy w/ a gun, that's true. But even when NRA dude said that, he looked like he wanted to shoot that Code Pink lady...

So I agree w/ the 2nd Amendment, but somebody said something... these gun deaths... these school shootings... have got to stop. I'm not sure what will stop them, but they need to be stopped. Whatever works. Do that. While guns and violence on Django Unchained can be entertaining to white suburbia, poor trailer whites can look at the images on the screen as fulfilling a prophesy, or to dream of being like them... shyt's different for those who are alienated, and those who are not. I am not for censorship of speech, nor against the 2nd amendment. I do wonder about intentionally PUTTING guns INTO the schools, when there was no guns there to begin with, and I've also seen teachers flip out on students... if there's a gun nearby, whose to say ole Teach wont be doin some shootin of her own, and even if she didnt want that, what if, the disgruntled kids grabbed ahold of those guns? Education is a good solve all solution. Teach folks how to use guns. Teach folks how to get along. Teach folks to not be oppressive bullies. There's a lot to b taught actually, and spending money on more bullets and guns and suggesting more violence is the way to go is INSANE.

Marilyn Manson, when asked what he would have said to the kids at Columbine, said that he wouldn't have said anything. Instead, Marilyn Manson said that he would have listened, "since that's what nobody did." I think listening to our children would be a good start.

What would possess Adam Lanza to do what he did?

What possessed Michael Carneal when he did the same thing in Paducah, Kentucky many years ago?

Why are these children resorting to insane violent reactions? Where's this hostility and pain and hurt and anger coming from? When a person commits suicide, they are basically saying there's no hope for them, and so goodbye world. But why did they feel like there was no hope for them? Were they in a hopeless situation? If so... why? Does it take a village to raise a child? Do parents "own" their own children? If a parent's child goes ballistic on everybody else's children, doesn't that mean, that whatever that parent did wrong, everybody else in society paid for? We don't own our children. They are "catch and release"... they are released out into the wild. A dog or a cat u keep in ur house forever. At 18, the little human is pushed out, sink or swim, do or die. That's how it should be. At 18, they should be ready, but many parents aren't looking at the longterm. Instead, working on making them submissive and subordinate, to be obedient to authority, no matter who or what "authority" is in charge. We need to be more discerning. We need to question authority. We need to become Americans again. There's plenty of problems in the Bluegrass... yeah, we got guns and violence and drugs and obesity and pollution and too many prisons, filled will too many sadistic psychopath jailers. There's a litany of issues Kentucky needs to solve... including being the #1 insane state in teh #1 insane country. There's more mental health issues in Kentucky than all states in US, and US leads in industrialized nations. KY's #1 of #1 of nutjobbery
rebelgray

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Dec 31, 2012
 
Not every one needs a gun and some obviously shouldn't be around them. Teachers with background checks and training should be allowed to carry. We already trust them with our kids. Why leave them defenseless? Twice a gun saved my life. There is no limit of extreme I will go to protect my kids or yours.
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I dont trust u or anybody else w/ a gun. That's why I should have one. Same would b true of anybody else out here. Ud shoot to save my child's life? Would u miss? Would u hit an innocent by-stander? I've seen trigger happy cops, send some poor child to heaven... Timothy Thomas in Cincinnati, in 2001. He was 16 years old. Also, here in Kentucky, there have been education CUTS, and so, even w/ Education Cuts, we're still going to completely change how America is? No more freedom children... now go to government schools, with the government stooges watching over your shoulder, with the surveillance state, 1984, right in front of their faces. Freedom in Amerikkka? Not if they put NRA's plan into place. Buy some books, and bring those to school, keep the guns at home... the NRA is actually encouraging GUNS in SCHOOL? Doesn't that just reek of stupidity?
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Dec 31, 2012
 
It's only stupidity if you can't comprehend simple logic. There has to rules and regulations. My aim is safe. You have to practice. You have to learn laws and have reasoning skills. Not be blinded by the media wants to tell you. We both no big Brother is watching us.
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So why dont u let ur kids have a gun on their hip? What prevents them, from you, if you go insane?

I'll double down, and do u one more. U being a "RebelGray" man, you understand the problem w/ tyranny, of having a centralized power, controlling the whole nation, outta Washington DC. Well that's modern nation-state theory. That's how governments work. Frankfort controls all that's inside the borders of Kentucky. Beshear has a monopoly of violence in Kentucky... Feds can try to come in and do some thangs on their own, but most of the time, the Feds get the permission of the locals, whose all too happy to work w/ some professionals...

SO, good man w/ a gun is the only thing to stop a bad man w/ a gun... says who? Who gets to determine whose the bad guy, and whose the good guy? When the State has all the power, aka the Cop in the Skool, whose to stop his tyranny? Whose to check that human being, assuming power will go to his head, as it does w/ anybody that has power, and become a sadistic manipulative psychopath? And didn't Ghandi say an eye for an eye makes the world blind? When does this cycle of violence stops? Or is that just the way the world works?

All I am saying, and I think it's a direct reaction to how 100% certain of guns that you teabaggers are, to always saying guns are the answer... guns are necessary, guns are what stops tyranny, but guns in the school? I dont own a gun. I know lots of folks who dont. Lots of folks can get along just fine in society w/o AR15s, or Mossbergs, or Sniper rifles, or grenade launchers, or nuclear weapons, or ... etc. The State already pays for police, so having them patrol isn't a bad idea, or sitting on a watch tower, like it's a prison, which it is... "Shut up kid! Sit down kid! You have no rights! What do you think this is? AmeriKKKa?!?" So putting police in the school does prepare #456345345 for 1984, and to respect Big Brother... there's 1 man in the school w/ a gun, aka THE GOVERNMENT, and that 1 man is the boss... and if that 1 man is evil, well then, the only thing that stops an evil man w/ a gun, is a good man w/ a gun...

So... Janitor Shoot 'Em Up Joe gonna save us? Larry the Lunch Lady gotta b packin'? OR let's just give every child in AmeriKKKa a gun at birth. A gun, a laptop, and 5 acres of land, and just say, "It's Hobbesian's State of Nature out there, so get ready, for Dog-Eat-Dog AmeriKKKa/KKKentucKKKe. Good luck kid."?

Just like you said. You lock your guns up away from your children. You dont allow them to carry a pistol on their belt, in order to check your monopoly on violence, your centralized Lincoln-esque government, and you're against Children's Rights/State's Rights. Only the Federal Govt (You) can have the gun, but the States, nope. They gotta be treated like children. They need somebody to take the guns outta of their hands.

If you're such a big fan of logic, tell me, why do you treat your children differently than how you'd want to be treated yourself? And isn't Steve Beshear really Kentucky's Big Daddy? He's the monopoly of gun violence in this Leviathan 1984 Big Brother Nation-State, in the Bluegrass.

If Obama proposes to have a massive spending bill, say $50 Trillion, in order to curtail gun violence, and lots of folks were supporting it, and it made logical sense to me, I'd be in favor of it. That's an Obama Gun bill that I would not be against. Spend money on our infrastructure so that more folks can enjoy whatever blessins this country has, get the poor to the middle class, work on mental health, adn the homeless, and how to treat each of us betta... etc. Gun violence would go down. That's true. And I'd happily support it. All you're saying is more guns. That makes me nervous. Curing Poverty would be better.

And why did Carneal do what he did? Anybody ask him? Was anybody listening to him? Maybe money for counselors would be helpful too. There's lots of ideas out there. Pick one. If it works, good. If not, try again. That's wat I say.
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There are many solutions to the problem. Maybe it should be a little of all ideas. But a dictator unarming us honest people is not going to help anyone.
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I'm confused. If guns (security guards),metal detectors, and x-ray machines don't keep kids safe at school and add to the problem then wouldn't the same objects and personnel just add to the problem of people being armed at airports? Using that same logic should we take out metal detectors and armed guards at court houses and airports because they are adding to the problem. At an airport the "trigger happy" security might shoot an innocent bystander.

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Poverty and crime do not correlate. Islamic countries are dirt poor but have low crime rates. Gun ownership doesn't correlate either. The closest thing that does is having large demographic in the 18-25 range.
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rebelgray wrote:
There are many solutions to the problem. Maybe it should be a little of all ideas. But a dictator unarming us honest people is not going to help anyone.
Agreed
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These violent crimes seem to happen more when we are in gun free zones. Criminals prefer there victims to be defenseless.
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Armilus Dajjal wrote:
I'm confused. If guns (security guards),metal detectors, and x-ray machines don't keep kids safe at school and add to the problem then wouldn't the same objects and personnel just add to the problem of people being armed at airports? Using that same logic should we take out metal detectors and armed guards at court houses and airports because they are adding to the problem. At an airport the "trigger happy" security might shoot an innocent bystander.
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Poverty and crime do not correlate. Islamic countries are dirt poor but have low crime rates. Gun ownership doesn't correlate either. The closest thing that does is having large demographic in the 18-25 range.
Heck, even Post Office workers go postal. That's why they call it going postal! So the increase of AmeriKKKa's Police state/Surveillance state is alive and going. Why would I send my child to a school that doesn't teach them a g.d.'d thang, xcept that they're just a number, just a subject of King Beshear, just a peasant in this failing Kentucky "civilization"? I already know it's a police state. I already know that the State has all the power. I dont need some government school, which I repeat, teaching NOTHING, but Obedience and Compliance and Submission to Authority. It doesn't develop the child's spirituality. By putting guns into the school, and turning it into a prison, I guess that's more honest, since that's the point of govt skools... to socialize the children so they don't question anything, and just accept society for how it is, even though it's all designed to make a few rich men richer. NOW, you're going to make it worse?

I find it appalling that "Americans" accept the security guards at the courthouse and the TSA at the airport. Rand Paul, our Senator, got "arrested" by those TSA folks... those TSA folks who were taking naked pictures of our wives... did we "men" do a g.d.'d thang about it? Do we "men" ever do anything about any of the abuses of govt? NDAA, Patriot Act, the 5 billion Wars... where ya at AmeriKKKa? So yeah, those trigger happy TSA folks don't mind oppressing a Senator, so who in the f is you?

And does it make it safer? ALSO, metal detectors is a way for guns to be OUT of the school... I thought u wanted MORE guns? And again, 1 man w/ a gun is the dictator... he's the State... he's Big Brother, and what's to stop Big Brother from hurting our own? The people? The democracy we live in? You? Me? Nobody is. Rand Paul was arrested. That's how this American system works. It keeps on being militarized and militarized, until we're cheering on our goose-stepping militia as they invade country to country, and simultaneously, ripping away our rights and freedoms. I do not feel safer w/ the militia being at the courthouse... they are oppressive, and they are disrespectful, and make sure you understand your place in society. Rand Paul doesn't need to listen to TSA anymore, and Judges go in the back door to the courtroom, as do the police, prosecutor, others. Doesn't the Rule of Law mean that the police and lawyers and politicians aren't above the law too?

ALSO, u didn't answer the question. When that cop in the school is beating up the children he suspects of something, searching them, their lockers, their cars, making sure they have no 4th Amendment rights, or any of the Bill of Rights really, whose to stop that tyranny? Whose to stop that bad man w/ a gun? Rand Paul can't be fighting all yalls battles for ya. Eventually, we got to fight for ourselves. There's no such thang as a liberator. You got to liberate your own g.d.'d selves.
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rebelgray wrote:
These violent crimes seem to happen more when we are in gun free zones. Criminals prefer there victims to be defenseless.
Maybe our kids should be locked and loaded. Carry concealed license is required if you hide your gun, but if you have your gun on the outside of your clothes, then it's perfectly okay. Teachers wouldn't be giving so much lip then. It's hard to oppress a nation of gun owners, which is the point of the 2nd Amendment, and the best person to protect yourself, is yourself.
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Heck, even Post Office workers go postal. That's why they call it going postal! So the increase of AmeriKKKa's Police state/Surveillance state is alive and going. Why would I send my child to a school that doesn't teach them a g.d.'d thang, xcept that they're just a number, just a subject of King Beshear, just a peasant in this failing Kentucky "civilization"? I already know it's a police state. I already know that the State has all the power. I dont need some government school, which I repeat, teaching NOTHING, but Obedience and Compliance and Submission to Authority. It doesn't develop the child's spirituality. By putting guns into the school, and turning it into a prison, I guess that's more honest, since that's the point of govt skools... to socialize the children so they don't question anything, and just accept society for how it is, even though it's all designed to make a few rich men richer. NOW, you're going to make it worse?
I find it appalling that "Americans" accept the security guards at the courthouse and the TSA at the airport. Rand Paul, our Senator, got "arrested" by those TSA folks... those TSA folks who were taking naked pictures of our wives... did we "men" do a g.d.'d thang about it? Do we "men" ever do anything about any of the abuses of govt? NDAA, Patriot Act, the 5 billion Wars... where ya at AmeriKKKa? So yeah, those trigger happy TSA folks don't mind oppressing a Senator, so who in the f is you?
And does it make it safer? ALSO, metal detectors is a way for guns to be OUT of the school... I thought u wanted MORE guns? And again, 1 man w/ a gun is the dictator... he's the State... he's Big Brother, and what's to stop Big Brother from hurting our own? The people? The democracy we live in? You? Me? Nobody is. Rand Paul was arrested. That's how this American system works. It keeps on being militarized and militarized, until we're cheering on our goose-stepping militia as they invade country to country, and simultaneously, ripping away our rights and freedoms. I do not feel safer w/ the militia being at the courthouse... they are oppressive, and they are disrespectful, and make sure you understand your place in society. Rand Paul doesn't need to listen to TSA anymore, and Judges go in the back door to the courtroom, as do the police, prosecutor, others. Doesn't the Rule of Law mean that the police and lawyers and politicians aren't above the law too?
ALSO, u didn't answer the question. When that cop in the school is beating up the children he suspects of something, searching them, their lockers, their cars, making sure they have no 4th Amendment rights, or any of the Bill of Rights really, whose to stop that tyranny? Whose to stop that bad man w/ a gun? Rand Paul can't be fighting all yalls battles for ya. Eventually, we got to fight for ourselves. There's no such thang as a liberator. You got to liberate your own g.d.'d selves.
You often make no sense Chief Red Bird.
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The 2nd amendment gave the power to the militias to protect us from our government. Once we loose that the government will have control it's peasants. The police can't beat up our kids and search without probable cause. Some of these kids today might benefit from this treatment since most parents refuse to teach discipline.
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I am asking more questions than answering them, that's true, but I like that u know who I am.:)

In short, education in America already sux, and by making it worse, by militarizing a space which clearly should be a gun-free zone, it's forcing our nation to become the sheeple I'm so used to living around... and yall do for yourselves. If you think that'll work, fine. Good for you. But I'll make sure my children aren't being bullied by anybody, whether it's a citizen criminal, or a cop criminal. Oppression and Hierarchy are the problems, and militarizing the schools only further oppress the havenots.... it's almost like we're trying to be like Palestine... just keep on shoveling shyt on the people, until they explode... it's going from oppression, to mind-numbing oppression. When's it stop? When do we get to enjoy all these liberties and freedoms we supposedly have? And when has democracy ever existed in Amerika? Not in the schools, not in the workplaces, and barely in our political establishment. But that's something different... or is it? Democracy gives folks a equal share in power, and powerlessness combined with hopelessness, is the reason why Kentucky's Michael Carneal got out of his chair and shot up those Christian girls in the prayer circle, and probably the same w/ Adam Lanza... his mom was probably an oppressive beotch too... and eventually, ole boy had enough, and went postal.

So yeah, in short, that's what I meant. More police and TSA personnel and guns in the school won't make it better. A democratic system which seeks to empower individuals, to make them see the god that is inside themselves, that's the education we need. Not the brainwashing govt propaganda schools we have now. Education is about Liberation, not Oppression. Mark Twain said that his schooling interfered w/ his education, and that's oh so true. But Twain didn't have to deal w/ militarized schooling... Our children don't have a chance.
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rebelgray wrote:
The 2nd amendment gave the power to the militias to protect us from our government. Once we loose that the government will have control it's peasants. The police can't beat up our kids and search without probable cause. Some of these kids today might benefit from this treatment since most parents refuse to teach discipline.
Paternalism is the same mindset that will take away your guns. When the STATE, Frankfort or DC, decides that you need some discipline, and that you aren't smart enough to have guns, they will take them away. The police are allowed to whatsoever they please, without any regard for what's right or moral. The police police us, but nobody polices the police.

So the same stance with how you say children are inferior, and they mostly are, at least till they are at a reasoning age, like around 5 years old... maybe older, but I've seen child prodigy geniuses play a mean game of chess, and have respected the intelligence of young people ever since. That's the same stance that the government will say with you. Are you the dictator inside your house? Are you President Lincoln, declaring war to free the slaves? Or r u more like a Jefferson Davis, who fights wars to make sure the slaves stay just where they are? Instead of smashing folks into subservience, which could be necessary for some, it's more important that we empower our young Americans with freedom, so they are responsible barons of it when they are older.
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John Masters wrote:
<quoted text>Paternalism is the same mindset that will take away your guns. When the STATE, Frankfort or DC, decides that you need some discipline, and that you aren't smart enough to have guns, they will take them away. The police are allowed to whatsoever they please, without any regard for what's right or moral. The police police us, but nobody polices the police.

So the same stance with how you say children are inferior, and they mostly are, at least till they are at a reasoning age, like around 5 years old... maybe older, but I've seen child prodigy geniuses play a mean game of chess, and have respected the intelligence of young people ever since. That's the same stance that the government will say with you. Are you the dictator inside your house? Are you President Lincoln, declaring war to free the slaves? Or r u more like a Jefferson Davis, who fights wars to make sure the slaves stay just where they are? Instead of smashing folks into subservience, which could be necessary for some, it's more important that we empower our young Americans with freedom, so they are responsible barons of it when they are older.
No I'm not a dictator just not an idiot. With kids growing up bullies hormones and lack of values I'm not giving them a tool that needs a certain amount of finesse. Do you really think a child has the same amount of rationalization that an adult does? We have to teach them how to act. When I get mad at people sometimes its best to walk away than to risk violent confrontation. These actions are explained to my kids when they happen. As a gun owner it's an added responsibility to act civilized and not act in anger.
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Look, I agree w/ most of wat u just wrote, but the same "Paternalism" is how the govt is going to take ur guns. I can see politicians in Frankfort saying the same thang... should we trust the "common people" w/ guns? Should be trust anybody w/ guns?

Federal Government = Tyrant Dictator

State Government = Children's Rights

If the States should have rights, then so should the children, for that matter... and everybody else in between! It's called First Principles... govt is based upon our consent, and if we dont consent to what they're doing, then we rebel. That's how Amerika does Amerika... or at least, that's how they used.

And while Im sure you're a good parent, there's child molesters out there, and child beaters, and giving them all the power in the world... no, that's not right. Nobody should be allowed to molest their own children, or beat them up. That's sadistic. That's not the society I want to live in either. I want to live in a world where we respect one another, where we dont have to b spying on one another, where we get to work together, in solidarity, instead of always being at each other's throats. That's the world I want to live in. I hope for 2013... I get it. But so far, nada.

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