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The 2nd Amendment
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Posted 11/15/07

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Less restrictions on firearms means that here is a greater chance that guns will get into the hands of criminals. I gun kept at home is more likely to be shot (or accidentally triggered) and kill a friend or family member than a criminal whose has just broken in the house. The fourth amendmant was created at a time when the Colonists were fighting the British and oftentimes muskets used for hunting or protecting oneself, were taken by the British. There is a huge difference between a revlutionary musket and an automatic hand gun. If people want to use this law as a way to bear arms I say they get an antique musket.


Ok, so well don't have a gun, and when a criminal breaks in your house and points a gun at your family, WHAT WILL YOU DO?! Because when that time comes I'm shooting his ass. Criminals can get guns so easily.



Did you read all of my post. Personally I think that if household guns are banned then there is less of a chance that that scenario will happen. Also do you live in a neighbohood where that is a common occurance? Also, please leave gender out of this. The fact that I am a woman has nothing to do with that.
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cuss words and insults provide emphasis so people will listen. the reason they are cuss words is because they are powerful words and im giving value to my arguement with them.


i dont think there has ever been any kind of healthy and productive discussion that included lots of insults, and i think when most people read the first few cuss words they probably skip over the rest of what you wrote. except for people who just want to argue, who will post something equally obnoxious.

but on the topic....

the second amendment will never go away
i think the issue we face is people with mental disorders who have not committed any kind of crime and can still legally purchase and own a gun. how can the system effectively prevent things like the virginia tech. massacre without infringing on people rights.
Posted 11/15/07

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Mondo09 wrote:


artgeek707 wrote:

Less restrictions on firearms means that here is a greater chance that guns will get into the hands of criminals. I gun kept at home is more likely to be shot (or accidentally triggered) and kill a friend or family member than a criminal whose has just broken in the house. The fourth amendmant was created at a time when the Colonists were fighting the British and oftentimes muskets used for hunting or protecting oneself, were taken by the British. There is a huge difference between a revlutionary musket and an automatic hand gun. If people want to use this law as a way to bear arms I say they get an antique musket.


Ok, so well don't have a gun, and when a criminal breaks in your house and points a gun at your family, WHAT WILL YOU DO?! Because when that time comes I'm shooting his ass. Criminals can get guns so easily. Ah, you're a woman, what a typical response.


Not before he shoot you first,


are you retarded? you must be. while you try to reason with an armed criminal who wont think twice about ending your pathetic little worthless life, ill blast some holes in him with my 20 gauge shotgun at pointblank range. lets see who survives such an encounter and i tend to doubt it would be you.
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are you retarded? you must be. while you try to reason with an armed criminal who wont think twice about ending your pathetic, ill blast some holes in him with my 20 gauge shotgun at pointblank range. lets see who survives such an encounter and i tend to doubt it would be you


Who said reason with him? I'm ending his life.
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artgeek707 wrote:
The fourth amendmant was created at a time when the Colonists were fighting the British and oftentimes muskets used for hunting or protecting oneself, were taken by the British.


in case some people didnt notice...
just want to reiterate that the FOURTH amendment is about search and seizure and not GUNS. we are actually talking about the SECOND amendment. which is the right to bear arms.
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i love my shotgun and i love firing my m16
I support the 4th amendmant


ROCK ON!
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I believe as long as you have a proper license you have the right to bear arms. Criminals have easier access to them then law abiding citizens. Guns don't go off by themselves people pull the trigger. Punish the people who use them recklessly.
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Posted 11/15/07

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artgeek707 wrote:
The fourth amendmant was created at a time when the Colonists were fighting the British and oftentimes muskets used for hunting or protecting oneself, were taken by the British.


in case some people didnt notice...
just want to reiterate that the FOURTH amendment is about search and seizure and not GUNS. we are actually talking about the SECOND amendment. which is the right to bear arms.


Sorry, I assumed given the topic and name that it was the fourth amendmant.
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I think you should be more specific about how having a gun in the house causes more deaths because I don't see why.
Anyway, I think its not bad to have a gun.
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I'd wish guns never been allowed in the public at all, but at this rate... that's going to be impossible. I find it stupid to even ATTEMPT to take all the guns away from the country. It'll be chaotic, and pretty much impossible.

I feel that guns should be more restricted, 3 per person at most. I just despise the collection of guns, because the more guns in the world the worse. You could easily distribute it to someone who shouldn't be having one. I believe licensing should be MUCH MUCH stricter and harder to obtain, and guns probably MUCH more expensive too. Come on now, something that could easily take ones life from a far distance, shouldn't be like $500 or $240 or w/e they are. I'd be a pain in the ass to get if it was $1200, but I find that's the point. And people to be restricted to less ammo, come on now.... if you're not a hunter, and you frequently buy bullets... something is wrong, unless you're training with it... but really other than that, you don't need tons of bullets.
Posted 11/15/07

Mondo09 wrote:


coreyb49127 wrote:

i love my shotgun and i love firing my m16
I support the 4th amendmant


ROCK ON!


indeed. why are most people candy asses and dont support guns?

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Posted 11/15/07

lilaznmidgetdude wrote:

I think you should be more specific about how having a gun in the house causes more deaths because I don't see why.
Anyway, I think its not bad to have a gun. :D


kids find them and play with them
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Posted 11/15/07

skygod333 wrote:


Mondo09 wrote:


coreyb49127 wrote:

i love my shotgun and i love firing my m16
I support the 4th amendmant


ROCK ON!


indeed. why are most people candy asses and dont support guns?



too lazy to explain. read my first post
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Posted 11/15/07

artgeek707 wrote:


roba-to wrote:


artgeek707 wrote:
The fourth amendmant was created at a time when the Colonists were fighting the British and oftentimes muskets used for hunting or protecting oneself, were taken by the British.


in case some people didnt notice...
just want to reiterate that the FOURTH amendment is about search and seizure and not GUNS. we are actually talking about the SECOND amendment. which is the right to bear arms.


Sorry, I assumed given the topic and name that it was the fourth amendmant.


lol its cool, i used to have a little card to carry with me that explained the fourth amendment in case a cop harassed me. which is why i was familiar, its not one of the popular amendments like free speech or right to bear arms so i dont blame anyone for not knowing. everyone should learn about it though. if you live in the US its your right.
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Well, I'm starting to wonder, does the media only cover the accidental deaths by guns? I NEVER hear anything about someone who protected himself or his family. I only hear from the medias point of view, guns are bad, VERY bad. Just recently I found in the paper a man who defended himself versus a criminal who broke into his house... The criminal is now dead BTW. Point me out if I'm wrong though, I just can't remember any time at all, that the media covered someone who defended himself with a gun. I know most the media is VERY liberal and they are all about gun control, so they feed you loads of shit all the time.

Edit: had to fix a sentence >.<
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