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Piers Morgan: You're an unbelievably stupid man

(12:27) Evil is in our hearts, not in guns. Heated debate between Piers Morgan and Larry Pratt from gun lobbyists 'Gun Owners of America'.

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Guest: angry in the uk (1793 days ago)
The UK managed to get rid of the idiot Piers Morgan, Why the hell do you give this muppet air time??????
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The UK managed to get rid of the idiot Piers Morgan, Why the hell do you give this muppet air time??????
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Filmaddict Filmaddict (1791 days ago)
Here are the FACTS from a World Small Arms Survey 2007: Average total all civilian firearms USA = 270,000,000 England
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Here are the FACTS from a World Small Arms Survey 2007: Average total all civilian firearms USA = 270,000,000 England
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Guest: Your Nan (1794 days ago)
Pretty much everyone agrees that Piers is a massive tosser, but he is spot on with this. People from actual civilised countries can't get their heads around the absurdity of the pro-gun idiots' argument. This is apparent when Piers just resorts to calling him an unbelievably stupid man, because that is exactly what Pratt is.
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Pretty much everyone agrees that Piers is a massive tosser, but he is spot on with this. People from actual civilised countries can't get their heads around the absurdity of the pro-gun idiots' argument. This is apparent when Piers just resorts to calling him an unbelievably stupid man, because that is exactly what Pratt is.
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Guest: LVD (1793 days ago)
the guys name is Mr.Pratt nuff said.
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the guys name is Mr.Pratt nuff said.
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Guest: (1794 days ago)
To the rest of the civilised world Americans aren't playing with a full deck. I'd say let them stew in their own sh** but that gets impossible when children are massacred. The saying goes "I Will Give Up My Gun When They Peel My Cold Dead Fingers From Around It" - what about the 26 new pairs of cold dead fingers America? Buy more guns? Twats.
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To the rest of the civilised world Americans aren't playing with a full deck. I'd say let them stew in their own sh** but that gets impossible when children are massacred. The saying goes "I Will Give Up My Gun When They Peel My Cold Dead Fingers From Around It" - what about the 26 new pairs of cold dead fingers America? Buy more guns? Twats.
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Guest: CO (843 days ago)

The violent crime rate in Great Britain is over four times what it is in the USA. That answers that.

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The violent crime rate in Great Britain is over four times what it is in the USA. That answers that.

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Guest: Bryn (843 days ago)
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Two possible conclusions: 1) that there is more violent crime in Britain 2) that more things are counted as violent crime in Britain.

Even the briefest consideration should tell you which.

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Two possible conclusions: 1) that there is more violent crime in Britain 2) that more things are counted as violent crime in Britain.

Even the briefest consideration should tell you which.

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Guest: chillje (1562 days ago)
Americans are all paranoid idiots. we have no guns here or very very few. I am safe in Canada. If you cant be safe where you live ---move.
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Americans are all paranoid idiots. we have no guns here or very very few. I am safe in Canada. If you cant be safe where you live ---move.
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Guest: Hombre (1790 days ago)
I like Piers... but he does not address the issues posed by Pratt or address them with a suitable cogent argument. He resorts to butting in and being generally obnoxious. Having a golden chance to slaughter the gun culture he failed miserably due to his lack of research and preparation.As they say "even in war, retain your sense of manners" Pratt wiped the floor with him.
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I like Piers... but he does not address the issues posed by Pratt or address them with a suitable cogent argument. He resorts to butting in and being generally obnoxious. Having a golden chance to slaughter the gun culture he failed miserably due to his lack of research and preparation.As they say "even in war, retain your sense of manners" Pratt wiped the floor with him.
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Guest: Grum (1793 days ago)
I'm sorry, but Piers Morgan you have just made yourself looks a complete idiot. Before I continue let me explain, I'm not some gun carrying American I'm English, but I'm also open to discussion and different views unlike Mr. Morgan. I worry when people have the view that they need more guns to stop the stop killings but I can understand where some of their argument comes from and that is from the "gun free zones” that have now been created in schools, shopping malls and cinemas etc. Take the Aurora batman shooting as a prime example. What made the killer James Holmes pick that particular Century Cinema next to the Aurora Mall? You might think that it was the one closest to the killer’s apartment. Or, that it was the one with the largest audience. Yet, neither explanation is right. Instead, out of all the movie theaters within 20 minutes of his apartment showing the new Batman movie that night, it was the only one where guns were banned. In Colorado, individuals with permits can carry concealed handgun in most malls, stores, movie theaters, and restaurants. But private businesses can determine whether permit holders can carry guns on their private property. Most movie theaters allow permit holders carrying guns. But the Cinemark movie theater was the only one with a sign posted at the theater’s entrance. This proves in my humble opinion that it is not as black and white as Piers would have you believe but it doesn't detract form the fact that every year just over 30,000 people die in the US from gunshot wounds. This means gunshot wounds kill every two years more US citizens than were lost in the entire Vietnam War. This is not an easy quick fix, just because of the amount of weapons already on the streets in the USA but it deserves a better argument than the hysterical ratings of a stupid Englishman
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I'm sorry, but Piers Morgan you have just made yourself looks a complete idiot. Before I continue let me explain, I'm not some gun carrying American I'm English, but I'm also open to discussion and different views unlike Mr. Morgan. I worry when people have the view that they need more guns to stop the stop killings but I can understand where some of their argument comes from and that is from the "gun free zones” that have now been created in schools, shopping malls and cinemas etc. Take the Aurora batman shooting as a prime example. What made the killer James Holmes pick that particular Century Cinema next to the Aurora Mall? You might think that it was the one closest to the killer’s apartment. Or, that it was the one with the largest audience. Yet, neither explanation is right. Instead, out of all the movie theaters within 20 minutes of his apartment showing the new Batman movie that night, it was the only one where guns were banned. In Colorado, individuals with permits can carry concealed handgun in most malls, stores, movie theaters, and restaurants. But private businesses can determine whether permit holders can carry guns on their private property. Most movie theaters allow permit holders carrying guns. But the Cinemark movie theater was the only one with a sign posted at the theater’s entrance. This proves in my humble opinion that it is not as black and white as Piers would have you believe but it doesn't detract form the fact that every year just over 30,000 people die in the US from gunshot wounds. This means gunshot wounds kill every two years more US citizens than were lost in the entire Vietnam War. This is not an easy quick fix, just because of the amount of weapons already on the streets in the USA but it deserves a better argument than the hysterical ratings of a stupid Englishman
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Juniper Juniper (1792 days ago)
The gun free zone is the stupidest, most illogical basis for an argument that I've heard... well, I hear so many from conservatives these days I'm sure it hasn't been that long. More guns = more gun deaths. And it's quite clear from statistical evidence that if you chose to own a gun for protection reasons, the odds the you or one of your loved ones will die or be injured by a gun rise significantly. So what other facts need to be in evidence other than those? The problem with the NRA pussies is that they're too chicken shit to say the truth - which is that they consider their own warped interpretation of the 2nd amendment to be so important that 30,000 dead is a fair price to pay for their gun liberty. I find that argument abhorrent, but at least it's a sound one. But they know in the PR arena such a stance doesn't come across well, so they hide behind utter bullshit.
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The gun free zone is the stupidest, most illogical basis for an argument that I've heard... well, I hear so many from conservatives these days I'm sure it hasn't been that long. More guns = more gun deaths. And it's quite clear from statistical evidence that if you chose to own a gun for protection reasons, the odds the you or one of your loved ones will die or be injured by a gun rise significantly. So what other facts need to be in evidence other than those? The problem with the NRA pussies is that they're too chicken shit to say the truth - which is that they consider their own warped interpretation of the 2nd amendment to be so important that 30,000 dead is a fair price to pay for their gun liberty. I find that argument abhorrent, but at least it's a sound one. But they know in the PR arena such a stance doesn't come across well, so they hide behind utter bullshit.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1793 days ago)
I wonder how many of those 30,000 people killed were drug related crimes and if drugs were legalized would that have prevented the majority of those deaths? Also, if they were not killed by guns, would they have been stabbed to death instead?
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I wonder how many of those 30,000 people killed were drug related crimes and if drugs were legalized would that have prevented the majority of those deaths? Also, if they were not killed by guns, would they have been stabbed to death instead?
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Guest: bla bla (1792 days ago)
Troll and twat..
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Troll and twat..
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Guest: Land of the Weak (1794 days ago)
Only in America would the death of 26 innocent children and their teachers be used by organizations such as the NRA and The Gun Owners of America (amongst others) as a marketing opportunity to promote the sale of more guns. In any other civilized country the population would see this as so utterly repulsive that they would be boycotted into oblivion. But in America these organizations lobby government to pass legislation in favor of profit instead of lives, and the electorate willingly consume their fear fueled marketing spin and pop down to the local gun store to stock up on yet more child killers.
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Only in America would the death of 26 innocent children and their teachers be used by organizations such as the NRA and The Gun Owners of America (amongst others) as a marketing opportunity to promote the sale of more guns. In any other civilized country the population would see this as so utterly repulsive that they would be boycotted into oblivion. But in America these organizations lobby government to pass legislation in favor of profit instead of lives, and the electorate willingly consume their fear fueled marketing spin and pop down to the local gun store to stock up on yet more child killers.
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Guest: (1204 days ago)

If your gun is in your safe and a nut comes in your house its too late to get your gun. Bad guys shoot first or

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If your gun is in your safe and a nut comes in your house its too late to get your gun. Bad guys shoot first or

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MissAlanius MissAlanius (1791 days ago)
Would you feel safer in a football stadium with 100,000 people all armed, or 100,000 people where some are legally armed and some illegally armed? Bear in mind that in 100,000 people, there will be nutters.
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Would you feel safer in a football stadium with 100,000 people all armed, or 100,000 people where some are legally armed and some illegally armed? Bear in mind that in 100,000 people, there will be nutters.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1794 days ago)
Piers Morgan is an idiot. He did ask questions and when they were being answered, he did interrupt making it appear as if he didn't want others to hear the great answer that was being provided.
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Piers Morgan is an idiot. He did ask questions and when they were being answered, he did interrupt making it appear as if he didn't want others to hear the great answer that was being provided.
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Guest: (1793 days ago)
Morgan is as thick as two short planks, but you're just a feckingcunt
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Morgan is as thick as two short planks, but you're just a feckingcunt
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Guest: Gadget1 (1793 days ago)
I don't normally agree with Morgan, but in this case I'm 100% behind him!
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I don't normally agree with Morgan, but in this case I'm 100% behind him!
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Guest: (1793 days ago)
new found respect for Mr. morgan
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new found respect for Mr. morgan
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Guest: (1793 days ago)
what a arsehole that 'man' is, i am so glad that prick is not here anymore.
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what a arsehole that 'man' is, i am so glad that prick is not here anymore.
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TheBob TheBob (1794 days ago)
Completely disagree with Mr Pratt, but he argued a damn sight better than Piers - who couldn't find an intellectual challenge so resorted to insults. Sorry to all the Americans who have Piers Morgan inflicted on them, but at least he's not over here any more.
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Completely disagree with Mr Pratt, but he argued a damn sight better than Piers - who couldn't find an intellectual challenge so resorted to insults. Sorry to all the Americans who have Piers Morgan inflicted on them, but at least he's not over here any more.
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Guest: LondonBoy (1794 days ago)
Courtesy of WRH: 1. An armed man is a citizen. An unarmed man is a subject. 2. A gun in the hand is better than a cop on the phone. 3. Colt: The original point and click interface. 4. Gun control is not about guns; it's about control. 5. If guns are outlawed, can we use swords? 6. If guns cause crime, then pencils cause misspelled words. 7. Free men do not ask permission to bear arms. 8. If you don't know your rights, you don't have any. 9. Those who trade liberty for security have neither. 10. The United States Constitution (c)1791. All Rights Reserved. 11. What part of "shall not be infringed" do you not understand? 12. The Second Amendment is in place in case the politicians ignore the others. 13. 64,999,987 firearms owners killed no one yesterday. 14. Guns only have two enemies; rust and politicians. 15. Know guns, know peace, know safety. No guns, no peace, no safety. 16. You don't shoot to kill; you shoot to stay alive.
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Courtesy of WRH: 1. An armed man is a citizen. An unarmed man is a subject. 2. A gun in the hand is better than a cop on the phone. 3. Colt: The original point and click interface. 4. Gun control is not about guns; it's about control. 5. If guns are outlawed, can we use swords? 6. If guns cause crime, then pencils cause misspelled words. 7. Free men do not ask permission to bear arms. 8. If you don't know your rights, you don't have any. 9. Those who trade liberty for security have neither. 10. The United States Constitution (c)1791. All Rights Reserved. 11. What part of "shall not be infringed" do you not understand? 12. The Second Amendment is in place in case the politicians ignore the others. 13. 64,999,987 firearms owners killed no one yesterday. 14. Guns only have two enemies; rust and politicians. 15. Know guns, know peace, know safety. No guns, no peace, no safety. 16. You don't shoot to kill; you shoot to stay alive.
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Guest: Your Nan (1794 days ago)
Did Adam Lanza shoot to stay alive when he shot 20 children and 8 adults, then shot himself dead? ******* dumbass.
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Did Adam Lanza shoot to stay alive when he shot 20 children and 8 adults, then shot himself dead? ******* dumbass.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1794 days ago)
Like it was mentioned, that person was evil. Why should an evil person's actions affect the rest of us law-abiding citizens? People can be evil in other ways unrelated to guns so we would have to make everything illegal. Remember when someone drove their car into a crowd of people? Should we also make cars illegal too?
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Like it was mentioned, that person was evil. Why should an evil person's actions affect the rest of us law-abiding citizens? People can be evil in other ways unrelated to guns so we would have to make everything illegal. Remember when someone drove their car into a crowd of people? Should we also make cars illegal too?
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Guest: Beau Guest (1794 days ago)
Twat
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Twat
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Guest: (1794 days ago)
Don't feed the troll
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Don't feed the troll
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Guest: Submitted as a quest. (1794 days ago)
You better learn to draw quickly in the US. But are You quick enough?
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You better learn to draw quickly in the US. But are You quick enough?
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dananddiana dananddiana (1793 days ago)
Must every tragic mass shooting bring out the shrill ignorance of “Gun control” advocates? The key fallacy of so-called gun –control laws is that such laws don’t control guns. They simply disarm law-abiding citizens, while people bent on violence find firearms readily available. If gun control zealots had any respect for facts, they would have discovered this long ago, because there have been too many factual studies over the years to leave any serious doubt about gun control laws being not merely futile but counterproductive. Places and times with the strongest gun control laws have often been places and times with high murder rates. Washington D.C, is a classic example, but just one among many. When it comes to the rate of gun ownership, That is higher in rural areas than in urban areas. The rate of gun ownership is higher among whites than among blacks, but the the murder rate is higher among blacks. For the country as a whole, hand gun ownership doubled in the late 20th century, while the murder rate went down. The few counter-examples offered by gun control zealots do not stand up under scrutiny. Perhaps their strongest talking point is that Britain has stronger gun control laws than the United States and has lower murder rates. But if you look back through history, you will find that Britain has had a lower murder rate than the United States for more than two centuries, and for most of that time the British had no more stringent gun control laws than the United States. In the middle of the 20th century, you could buy a shotgun in London with no questions asked. New York, which at that time had had the stringent Sullivan law, restricting gun ownership since 1911, still had several times the murder rate of London, as well as several times the London murder rate with other weapons. Neither guns nor gun control was the reason for the difference in murder rates, People were the difference! Yet many of the most zealot advocates for gun control laws on both sides of the Atlantic have also been advocates for leniency toward criminals. In Britain, such people have been so successful that legal gun ownership has been reduced almost to the vanishing point, while even most convicted felons in Britain are not put behind bars. The crime rate, including the rate of crimes committed with guns, is far higher in Britain now than it was back in the days when there were fewer restrictions on Britons buying firearms. In 1954, there were only a dozen armed robberies in London but, by the 1990s… After decades of ever tightening gun ownership restrictions… there were more than a hundred times as many armed robberies. Gun control zealot’s use of Britain for comparison with the United States has been carefully chosen, not only because it ignored the history of the two countries, but also because it ignored other countries with stronger gun control laws than the United States, such as Russia, Brazil and Mexico. All of these countries have higher murder rates than the United States. You could compare other sets of countries and get similar results. Gun ownership has been three times as high in Switzerland as in Germany, but the Swiss have had lower murder rates. Other countries with high rates of gun ownership and low murder rates include Israel, New Zealand and Finland. Guns are not the problem. People are the problem. There is innocent ignorance and there is invincible, dogmatic and self righteous ignorance. Every tragic mass shooting seems to bring out examples of both among gun control advocates.
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Must every tragic mass shooting bring out the shrill ignorance of “Gun control” advocates? The key fallacy of so-called gun –control laws is that such laws don’t control guns. They simply disarm law-abiding citizens, while people bent on violence find firearms readily available. If gun control zealots had any respect for facts, they would have discovered this long ago, because there have been too many factual studies over the years to leave any serious doubt about gun control laws being not merely futile but counterproductive. Places and times with the strongest gun control laws have often been places and times with high murder rates. Washington D.C, is a classic example, but just one among many. When it comes to the rate of gun ownership, That is higher in rural areas than in urban areas. The rate of gun ownership is higher among whites than among blacks, but the the murder rate is higher among blacks. For the country as a whole, hand gun ownership doubled in the late 20th century, while the murder rate went down. The few counter-examples offered by gun control zealots do not stand up under scrutiny. Perhaps their strongest talking point is that Britain has stronger gun control laws than the United States and has lower murder rates. But if you look back through history, you will find that Britain has had a lower murder rate than the United States for more than two centuries, and for most of that time the British had no more stringent gun control laws than the United States. In the middle of the 20th century, you could buy a shotgun in London with no questions asked. New York, which at that time had had the stringent Sullivan law, restricting gun ownership since 1911, still had several times the murder rate of London, as well as several times the London murder rate with other weapons. Neither guns nor gun control was the reason for the difference in murder rates, People were the difference! Yet many of the most zealot advocates for gun control laws on both sides of the Atlantic have also been advocates for leniency toward criminals. In Britain, such people have been so successful that legal gun ownership has been reduced almost to the vanishing point, while even most convicted felons in Britain are not put behind bars. The crime rate, including the rate of crimes committed with guns, is far higher in Britain now than it was back in the days when there were fewer restrictions on Britons buying firearms. In 1954, there were only a dozen armed robberies in London but, by the 1990s… After decades of ever tightening gun ownership restrictions… there were more than a hundred times as many armed robberies. Gun control zealot’s use of Britain for comparison with the United States has been carefully chosen, not only because it ignored the history of the two countries, but also because it ignored other countries with stronger gun control laws than the United States, such as Russia, Brazil and Mexico. All of these countries have higher murder rates than the United States. You could compare other sets of countries and get similar results. Gun ownership has been three times as high in Switzerland as in Germany, but the Swiss have had lower murder rates. Other countries with high rates of gun ownership and low murder rates include Israel, New Zealand and Finland. Guns are not the problem. People are the problem. There is innocent ignorance and there is invincible, dogmatic and self righteous ignorance. Every tragic mass shooting seems to bring out examples of both among gun control advocates.
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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1791 days ago)
"Guns are not the problem, people are the problem." Does that mean America and Mexico are full of psychos whereas UK, Switzerland, Japan and Australia are relatively free from psychos? Guns are not the problem, gun culture is the problem and guns make it worse.
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"Guns are not the problem, people are the problem." Does that mean America and Mexico are full of psychos whereas UK, Switzerland, Japan and Australia are relatively free from psychos? Guns are not the problem, gun culture is the problem and guns make it worse.
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Guest: Casey (1789 days ago)
I would posit that guns are one tool among many and that the over medication in America of psycho tropical drugs should be looked at as a common link in these crimes. There have been mass murders by poison, cars, fertiliser bombs etc. In places like Japan where guns are outlawed only outlaws have guns.
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I would posit that guns are one tool among many and that the over medication in America of psycho tropical drugs should be looked at as a common link in these crimes. There have been mass murders by poison, cars, fertiliser bombs etc. In places like Japan where guns are outlawed only outlaws have guns.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1793 days ago)
Very well said. Thank you for bravely standing up with us against the idiots on this forum that think gun control is the answer.
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Very well said. Thank you for bravely standing up with us against the idiots on this forum that think gun control is the answer.
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Guest: (1792 days ago)
LINK Only knobs cut and paste other people's words to pass off as their own.
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LINK Only knobs cut and paste other people's words to pass off as their own.
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Guest: PG (1788 days ago)
"Only knobs cut and paste other people's words to pass off as their own." ...."Never said they were my own" At least have some decency and quote where you cut
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"Only knobs cut and paste other people's words to pass off as their own." ...."Never said they were my own" At least have some decency and quote where you cut
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dananddiana dananddiana (1792 days ago)
Never said they were my own. Factual and informative, Figured that the idiots that blindly yell "Gun control" every time someone is shot need to read information that tells the whole story and not just sound bites. This information fills that bill. I know the author doesn't mind that I am sharing his information. Friends are like that! I needn't bother sharing his name with you because you obviously know it. So nice of you to feel the need to insult the fact that I posted it rather than having something intelligent to say about the subject. I read so many idiotic uninformed posts on this site...Sometimes the need to let some people know that they are talking through their hats is overpowering :-)
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Never said they were my own. Factual and informative, Figured that the idiots that blindly yell "Gun control" every time someone is shot need to read information that tells the whole story and not just sound bites. This information fills that bill. I know the author doesn't mind that I am sharing his information. Friends are like that! I needn't bother sharing his name with you because you obviously know it. So nice of you to feel the need to insult the fact that I posted it rather than having something intelligent to say about the subject. I read so many idiotic uninformed posts on this site...Sometimes the need to let some people know that they are talking through their hats is overpowering :-)
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