4 Responses to Children dying

  1. lless December 15, 2012 at 5:37 pm #

    There is a real danger in reasoning this way to a sociopathic polity that is empathy challenged. “Well then let’s not make such a big deal about this one incident.”

  2. susie December 15, 2012 at 8:04 pm #

    I think her point is that they should ALL be big deals.

  3. boohunney December 15, 2012 at 8:33 pm #

    I am so tired of the unreasonable “guntards.”

  4. boohunney December 15, 2012 at 9:05 pm #

    As y’all know I live in the gun laden South and my head is about to explode at some of my right wing Southern acquaintances. Let’s start with the totally zombified Ron Paul followers. They are attributing all of these incidences to the use of antidepressants or people withdrawing from these drugs. Maybe. But, people get put on those drugs for a reason. Personally, I think the drugs are prescribed and the needed cognitive therapy that should go along with them is brushed aside or is not affordable. OK, maybe. One of these zombies sent me a note that her thought is was because the shooter’s Dad will be testifying in the Libor scandal. Whatever.
    I have no problem with people owning guns. I think the ease of ownership should be tightened up a good bit. I think access to ammo clips with more than a few shots should be restricted. I think that we need to really rethink this twisted redefinition of the 2nd amendment that has occurred in the past 25 years. If that isn’t going to happen, then I want to exercise my right to a surface to air missile launcher, because, I need that as much as anyone needs an automatic gun or an AK 47.
    As I have stated before, in rural areas, guns are tools, not weapons. I have owned guns. The glorification of being armed to the hilt because one is patriot and one must protect one’s property and family is just nonsense. It is much nonsense as buying a giant SUV because there is a new baby in the home and it needs that to be protected in a vehicle that resembles a tank…….

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