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Posted 30 January 2009 - 05:12 PM

having a gun does not make you a super hero. if you're going to be killed, you're going to be killed. the only difference is being around gun makes you more likely to be shot by one. your kids are less safe.


So from your stand point, if there were no firearms in the house, and a group of armed men forced entry, raped my wife, then murdered us, we are safer then if we have firearms to defend ourselves and actually have a chance of survival? I'm lost.

And no, I'm no superhero. But I will kill a piece of poo.

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Posted 30 January 2009 - 06:16 PM

Liberal policies only work if everyone plays by "the rules".

By definition criminals do not obey "the rules".

And regardless, guns are necessary as a deterrent of tyranny.

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Posted 30 January 2009 - 06:18 PM

So from your stand point, if there were no firearms in the house, and a group of armed men forced entry, raped my wife, then murdered us, we are safer then if we have firearms to defend ourselves and actually have a chance of survival? I'm lost.

And no, I'm no superhero. But I will kill a piece of sh*t.


scenario 1: a group of armed men force entry, rape your wife, murder you.

scenario 2: one of your kids uses judgment common to their age.

i guess everyone is welcome to play the odds of what they think is more likely.

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Posted 30 January 2009 - 09:15 PM

scenario 1: a group of armed men force entry, rape your wife, murder you.

scenario 2: one of your kids uses judgment common to their age.

i guess everyone is welcome to play the odds of what they think is more likely.


scenario 2: my weapons are locked up and are not accessible to my kids. I have a handgun in a night stand safe. My old man always had guns in the house, NOT locked up. We knew they weren't toys and Dad would beat the poo outta us if we even looked at em.

Just b/c you think the way you do about this issue doesn't mean every American that owns firearms are irresponsible heathens. Yeah, sometimes poo happens. Compared to the amount of folks that own firearms, that sometimes is low.

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Posted 30 January 2009 - 09:16 PM

Liberal policies only work if everyone plays by "the rules".

By definition criminals do not obey "the rules".

And regardless, guns are necessary as a deterrent of tyranny.


Thank you.

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Posted 31 January 2009 - 01:32 AM

when i was a teenager my mom came in my room at about 4am, woke me up, and said "do you need to see a brochure?" i had to walk her back to her bed without waking her up.

i never forget that when i think about guns in the house.

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Posted 31 January 2009 - 01:35 AM

And regardless, guns are necessary as a deterrent of tyranny.


Thank you.


i know they are, i support the 2nd amendment. i'm just saying that in the long run being around guns makes you more likely to be shot by a gun. that's a pretty logical conclusion.

i haven't seen a gun in 15 years. my chances of being shot by a gun are much lower than someone who sees a gun every day.

Edited by rodeo, 31 January 2009 - 01:37 AM.



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