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Old February 23rd, 2018, 01:42 PM   #21
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To any and all posters who say, ''HEY CLARA...whatabout"?

I have posted my opinion several times on this subject. I have made myself abundantly clear. Sorry if you missed it the first FIVE times, but I'm not going to repeat myself just because you can't comprehend my arguments.
Well, when your arguments are not clear and have a tendency to contradict themselves people going to ask for Clairification.
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Old February 23rd, 2018, 02:12 PM   #22
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Well, when your arguments are not clear and have a tendency to contradict themselves people going to ask for Clairification.


My arguments are not clear?? Well, that's a first. I've been accused of a lot, but NEVER have I ever been told I'm not being clear.

Thank you for the "CLARA"fication.
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Old February 23rd, 2018, 02:24 PM   #23
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My arguments are not clear?? Well, that's a first. I've been accused of a lot, but NEVER have I ever been told I'm not being clear.

Thank you for the "CLARA"fication.
Don't worry. It's not just you. Most people are disingenuous when it comes to this topic. Especially the gun grabbers, and i am sorry but if you are in the camp of "let's ban 'assult rifles ' " then you belong in that camp. Because 'assult rifles' are not a thing. The honest person would come to that conclusion if they would objectively look at the facts. This is why that specific point of the argument is intentionally dismissed by gun grabbers.

You cannot say "i want to ban assult rifles" and not define what an assult rifle is.
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Don't worry. It's not just you. Most people are disingenuous when it comes to this topic. Especially the gun grabbers, and i am sorry but if you are in the camp of "let's ban 'assult rifles ' " then you belong in that camp. Because 'assult rifles' are not a thing. The honest person would come to that conclusion if they would objectively look at the facts. This is why that specific point of the argument is intentionally dismissed by gun grabbers.

You cannot say "i want to ban assult rifles" and not define what an assult rifle is.


Wait a minute, Mister. I DID define an assault rifle. In fact, I defined it on DTT just yesterday or the day before replying to YOUR POST.

AND I made my arguments very clear---obviously, you were self-medicating that day.
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Don't worry. It's not just you. Most people are disingenuous when it comes to this topic. Especially the gun grabbers, and i am sorry but if you are in the camp of "let's ban 'assult rifles ' " then you belong in that camp. Because 'assult rifles' are not a thing. The honest person would come to that conclusion if they would objectively look at the facts. This is why that specific point of the argument is intentionally dismissed by gun grabbers.

You cannot say "i want to ban assult rifles" and not define what an assult rifle is.
Merriam-Webster defines "assault rifle."

Wiki defines "assault rifle."

Encyclopedia Britannica defines "assault rifle."

Oxford defines "assault rifle."

Lots of sources define "assault rifle."

So what's the problem Sab? The definition of "assault rifle" isn't a secret, and it's not hard to find. Why can't you find and understand the definition of "assault rifle?"
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Old February 23rd, 2018, 06:28 PM   #26
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I watched it.

It's so wonderful how easy Americans make it for our enemies.

Clearly, our technology and science has far outpaced our consciences.

Between our assaults on the earth and on each other, if Jesus isn't headed back soon we're toasted.
We used to have education for good citizenship. It was education for good moral judgment and a culture that made liberty possible. Perhaps we should return to that?

Hey, I left the OP youtube running and it is followed with an argument debunking Gun Control Arguments. This guy is listing where we should put our money and how we should adjust our laws, to reduce our problem.

$229,000,000,0000 or about $700 per person of taxpayer money is spent on dealing with gun-related crimes. That is a lot of money to spend because someone wants to own guns that are not needed. How about spending that money on education or healthcare?

Here is the argument https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dukcOQ5DJQ
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Old February 23rd, 2018, 10:01 PM   #27
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Merriam-Webster defines "assault rifle."

Wiki defines "assault rifle."

Encyclopedia Britannica defines "assault rifle."

Oxford defines "assault rifle."

Lots of sources define "assault rifle."

So what's the problem Sab? The definition of "assault rifle" isn't a secret, and it's not hard to find. Why can't you find and understand the definition of "assault rifle?"

Well i just grabbed one, highlighted it, then put it into zir google.

This is what i got



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Assault rifle, military firearm that is chambered for ammunition of reduced size or propellant charge and that has the capacity to switch between semiautomatic and fully automatic fire. Because they are light and portable yet still able to deliver a high volume of fire with reasonable accuracy at modern combat ranges of 1,0001,600 feet (300500 metres), assault rifles have replaced the high-powered bolt-action and semiautomatic rifles of the World War II era as the standard infantry weapon of modern armies.





https://www.britannica.com/technology/assault-rifle


So, cool...let us go w/ that definition...hold on i will be right back....there ya go problem solved. They are banned to the general public.


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Well i just grabbed one, highlighted it, then put it into zir google.

This is what i got

https://www.britannica.com/technology/assault-rifle

So, cool...let us go w/ that definition...hold on i will be right back....there ya go problem solved. They are banned to the general public.

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Assault rifles aren't banned. They are severely restricted.

All those assault rifle look alikes, the ones your people use to self-medicate in the quest to quell their never-ending paranoia, are, in fact, assault weapons.

They aren't banned to the general public.

You're welcome.

And ya know, a quick scan of articles on gun legislation shows "assault weapon" is the term most often used.
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Assault rifles aren't banned. They are severely restricted.

All those assault rifle look alikes, the ones your people use to self-medicate in the quest to quell their never-ending paranoia, are, in fact, assault weapons.

They aren't banned to the general public.

You're welcome.

And ya know, a quick scan of articles on gun legislation shows "assault weapon" is the term most often used.
Good job.


Wait, they do not fit that definition.

Should we look at it again?

At least we.know what we are talking about. Maybe we should post this definition in every thread where people are crying for a ban on assult rifles.

That way we are all on the same page.


Assault rifle, military firearm that is chambered for ammunition of reduced size or propellant charge and that has the capacity to switch between semiautomatic and fully automatic fire.
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Good job.


Wait, they do not fit that definition.

Should we look at it again?

At least we.know what we are talking about. Maybe we should post this definition in every thread where people are crying for a ban on assult rifles.

That way we are all on the same page.


Assault rifle, military firearm that is chambered for ammunition of reduced size or propellant charge and that has the capacity to switch between semiautomatic and fully automatic fire.
When a law or regulation is written to regulate or ban any given item said item is described and therefore defined within the wording of that law or regulation.
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