Supreme Court Allows Sandy Hook Families' Case Against Remington Arms To Proceed

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    It ain't complicated at all.

    The Gun industry marketed to the worst kind of people.

    Tragedy ensued.

    Um... no. Here's the thing. In a society where we DON'T LET CRAZY PEOPLE HAVE GUNS, it doesn't matter if he goes off the rails or not. I mean, yeah, maybe he'd have shown up with a baseball bat or something, but they'd have been able to easily overpower him.

    NOpe. Growing up in a house with no guns in it would have prevented this tragedy.
     
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    As I said: More complicated than you’re willing to admit.

    No. They didn’t market to the worst kind, the worst kind used their product to kill. That’s it.

    The worst mass killing in modern history was committed with a truck with a body count over four times that of Sandy Hook. Yet no one suggests that marketing was a factor.

    You’re a hypocrite and you’re full of shit because everyone here knows what this is really about for you.

    He wasn’t crazy, he had Asperger’s and suffered depression.

    It didn’t stop the Columbine shooting. None of the weapons used by Harris and Klebold came from their homes or otherwise belonged to their parents or families. They were all purchased by legal-age friends from gun shows.

    Once again; more complicated than you’re willing to admit.

    The truth doesn’t dovetail neatly with your narrative so it keeps you running in circles making assumptions, exaggerations and perpetuating falsehoods and untruths. I must say, it’s rather entertaining to watch.
     
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    not even a little complicated.... If you sell guns to crazy people - in fact, make them your main market because most SANE people realize a gun in the house is actually kind of dangerous - eventually, one of them is going to do something awful.

    No, but let's look at that. AFTER that, we passed laws to track who was buying fertilizer of that type.

    The U.S. Finally Starts Regulating Sales Of Ammonium Nitrate

    Wow... I guess it's a good thing we don't have a National Fertilizer Association claiming that any crazy person who wants to buy Ammonium Nitrate has a right to do so because the Founding Fathers said so!

    Because they don't want THEIR products used by crazy people.

    And a funny thing happened. That person went to prison. Someone was held accountable.

    SELLER OF GUN USED AT COLUMBINE GETS 6-YEAR PRISON TERM

    We need to do the same thing to the people who sold weapons to Crazy Nancy and her son, Corky McTardo.

    It ain't complicated at all. I mean, watching you and Dick Tiny and Mormon Bob try to blame everything else EXCEPT guns for the shooting is funny, but the fact is, the ONE element you can remove from this equation that would have absolutely kept Corky McTardo from shooting up those kids was THE GUNS.
     
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    It ain't complicated at all. I mean, watching you and Dick Tiny and Mormon Bob try to blame everything else EXCEPT guns for the shooting is funny, but the fact is, the ONE element you can remove from this equation that would have absolutely kept Corky McTardo from shooting up those kids was THE GUNS.

    You are a moron....

    320 million people in the U.S.
    600 million guns in private hands.
    Over 18.6 million people carry guns for self defense.

    Total number of mass public shootings in 2018...12...that means 12 nuts out of 320 million people.

    Total killed...93 people. Total.

    Total killed in bicycle accidents? 345.

    Guns are not a problem. Democrat party judges, politicians and prosecutors who let repeat gun offenders out of jail on bond, and out of prison on insanely short prison sentences are the problem........stop them, and we don't have a gun problem anymore.
     
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    see, Dick Tiny is doing his usual spooge with inaccurate numbers...

    Fact is, we take away the guns, no Adam Lanzas shooting up schools.

    One mass shooting is too many. We just had another one yesterday on a military base... but I'm sure you'll come up with a reason why that one doesn't count, either.
     
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    They didn’t market to crazy people. This is a complete fabrication by you.

    I was talking about the Nice truck attack in 2016. But you know what else? The fertilizer was marketed to farmers. So what?

    Irrelevant. The point is, they did not get the weapons from home and were able to acquire them anyway. Ergo, your claim that it wouldn’t have happened if Nancy hadn’t had the guns in the house is null and void.

    The ONE element you can remove from the Nice equation that absolutely would have kept Muhammed from running over eighty six people was THE TRUCK.

    Your argument is like saying: “If the bomber hadn’t had a bomb then he wouldn’t have bombed the building.” Duh.

    No one disputes that Lanza used guns you dumbass. That’s not what the debate is about. The debate is about whether Remington’s marketing figured in the shooting. I say no. Why? Because given Adam’s Lanza’s emotional problems and the fact that he had been planning the shooting for some time, I don’t think he was concerned with boosting his male ego. He just wanted to kill a bunch of people and the AR-15 was handy. I doubt he ever even saw a Remington ad.
     
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    You think this ad is for a well-adjusted person... Well, of course you do.

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    Well, since we are going to take EVERYONE'S gun... same effect.

    His Crazy Mommy did... or some ad that told her she needed to have one of those...

    You work on the assumption I care about a legal point.

    If I were on that jury, I'd look at the autopsy pics of those slaughtered kids, and THEN find Remington Guilty....
     
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    You’re the one who’s always bringing up penis sizes so you tell me.

    A man who is swayed by marketing directed at the male ego is nuts or crazy or retarded. But then if a man “whines” too much (by your estimation), you insult his male ego by calling him “Dick Tiny”.

    It seems to me that you’re the one who’s confused here and maybe not quite so well adjusted.

    Irrelevant. Your argument that it wouldn’t have happened if Nancy hadn’t had the guns in the house is still null and void.

    She didn’t kill anyone so your point is moot.

    On the contrary, by this time I know you don’t care about anything, least of all the victims.

    I have no doubt of that. That’s why I’m glad you’re not on the jury. In fact, you should never be on any jury. You are not capable of objectivity and are too easily swayed by your emotions. You would be pure poison to any legal trial.
     
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    Good news?!

    But... eh... hmm... man, I think you have no brains man, no brains...

    Remington has not business at all with what you will do with the arms they manufacture.

    What you do with arms if YOUR responsibility, and the legal use of the arms is the government responsibility to control. Remington just sells arms, that is what they do. And their business is LEGAL business.

    You buy a Ford F250 and use it to kill a bunch of people. Will the families and survivors sue the Ford company because is the manufacturer of the truck? My hope is for those families not receiving a single penny from Remington.

    But no one knows, sometimes the judges give sentences the wrong way. The winner party will be the one with the smarter attorneys. Ovid saw the works of attorneys and said it clear and with the best criteria, advocacy is the prostitution of the word.
     
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    I don't need a gun to prove my manhood... some of you apparently do. I handled enough guns in the Army to last me six lifetimes, if I never see another one, that's fine. I just want to make sure people like Adam Lanza don't get them. If you are telling me we can't do that without taking away your guns, too.... I REALLY DON'T HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THAT.

    Now, if you can come up with a way that keeps Adam Lanza from getting a gun, but you get to keep yours, I'm all for it.

    No one else would have given that crazy retard a gun.

    Actually, I'd be the one calling bullshit on the lawyers and getting to the truth.

    The truth is, Remington KNEW that crazy people were buying their weapons... they didn't care. In fact, they saw crazy people as their prime market.

    THAT'S WHY THEY ARE GUILTY.

    I don't give a fuck about "Law", I care about JUSTICE.
     

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