- Aug 2019
- Albuquerque, NM
All that crap was probaYou have proved my points, in your typical rambling and self-absorbed fashion. It is all about your imperfect but self-absorbed need for a firearm that folks like you oppose broad legal restrictions that might otherwise reduce firearm violence but would be an inconvenience. You object to the access of the mentally ill because we have imperfect control of their access to firearms, then admit to the anger management issues that promote impulsive action, and STILL do not recognize the role of firearms in the acts of lethal violence in this country by "responsible gun owners" as well as criminals , the mentally ill, and the reckless. You might a well just argue that, to allow your convenient access to firearms needed to indulge your paranoia and irrational fear of attack, we just need to accept that irrational and criminal violence will occur. It apparently has not occurred to you that the justification for your "self-defense" need for few regulations of firearms make it EASY for criminals and the mentally ill to obtain firearms. YOU gun knuts have created the very problem that you claim your firearms are necessary to prevent.
Once again, I suspect that you or your acquaintances have personally had preventable injury from a firearm...odds support that. You all your rambling does not address that likely fact.
I don't know why pro gun people feel the need to lie. If you have a sound argument against regulation, make it without lying about how many people are being slaughtered because of our lack of gun laws and willy nilly nature we have to gun ownership. Instead of making sound arguments as to why regulation is bad, they have to try to downplay the fact this country has a gun violence problem, becuase we have more guns than people. Or worse, acting like having some gun regulations means taking guns away.Rampage mass shooting (usually by RWingers) are typically done with semi-automatic assault weapons, either handguns or rifles.
Some of the worst massacres in recent memory have had something in common: the AR-15 style rifle. Scott Pelley reports on why the high-velocity rounds used in the gun makes it so deadlywww.cbsnews.com
I'd respect them more if they just said they don't care how many people die, they want their guns