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tennislover
Mar 16th, 2006, 06:51 PM
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well......

John A Roark
Mar 17th, 2006, 01:54 AM
How incredibly, ignorantly naive.
If I have a stick I picked up off the ground, I'm armed.
What, am I going to give another entity the authority to tell me i cannot defend myself?
Or will there magically be no more people who will arm themselves to do wrong once the initial push to 'control arms' has succeeded? As if it ever could.
This is the textbook definition of insanity.

tennislover
Mar 17th, 2006, 09:47 PM
How incredibly, ignorantly naive.
If I have a stick I picked up off the ground, I'm armed.
What, am I going to give another entity the authority to tell me i cannot defend myself?
Or will there magically be no more people who will arm themselves to do wrong once the initial push to 'control arms' has succeeded? As if it ever could.
This is the textbook definition of insanity.

ehm.... did you ever heard about the film "Bowling at Columbyne" by M. Moore?

John A Roark
Mar 18th, 2006, 05:59 PM
Moore is a propagandist.
By Colorado State and existing Federal Statute, there were at least four laws broken before those kids ever stepped into the school.
If you can prove conclusively that more laws will help, perhaps we can open a tentative debate.
The political world is divided into two camps: those who want others to be controlled, and those who have no such desire.
The former are staunch altruists, always seeking the greatest good for the greatest number.
The latter are surly, suspicious curmudgeons, utterly lacking in altruism.
But they make more comfortable neighbors.
I see you wish to impose more control on the world.
Good luck with that--but keep your distance from me, please.

Grachka
Mar 18th, 2006, 07:16 PM
They didn't specify whether it was weapons they were protesting against, or the arms on your body.

tennislover
Mar 18th, 2006, 09:23 PM
Moore is a propagandist.
By Colorado State and existing Federal Statute, there were at least four laws broken before those kids ever stepped into the school.
If you can prove conclusively that more laws will help, perhaps we can open a tentative debate.
The political world is divided into two camps: those who want others to be controlled, and those who have no such desire.
The former are staunch altruists, always seeking the greatest good for the greatest number.
The latter are surly, suspicious curmudgeons, utterly lacking in altruism.
But they make more comfortable neighbors.
I see you wish to impose more control on the world.
Good luck with that--but keep your distance from me, please.

so you philosophy is this: "weapons will make you free!"
:rolleyes:
Moore was right when stated: " A country with millions of guns is not a safe place"
Can you tell me why in Europe people doesn't have usually weapons and we are quite safe?

tennislover
Mar 18th, 2006, 09:25 PM
They didn't specify whether it was weapons they were protesting against, or the arms on your body.

I still wonder why they used the word "arms" instead of "weapons"

John A Roark
Mar 22nd, 2006, 02:00 PM
so you philosophy is this: "weapons will make you free!"
:rolleyes:
Moore was right when stated: " A country with millions of guns is not a safe place"
Can you tell me why in Europe people doesn't have usually weapons and we are quite safe?
You proved nothing, let alone conclusively.
But I expected that.
Keep your distance.