Discussion in 'Political Satire' started by usmbguest5318, Feb 27, 2018.
Wow! Such vapidity.
Isn't two weeks about how long the "we're gonna outlaw bumpstocks" thing lasted among the GOP after Las Vegas?
Schools are safer than they were in the 90s, and school shootings are not more common than they used to be, researchers say
An teenager's brain is not fully developed yet.
Soooooo it makes sense that the left wingers would take their advice.
What makes you think that is not going to happen?
Has there been another shooting where they were used?
This interview seems scripted.
A marketing master stroke. 'Sporting arm'!
You just are pissed because we proved that "assault rifle" as the libtards keep calling it, is WRONG!
Those kids were dealt this hand of cards: Parkland high school shooting. (Click on the preceding link. Watch the whole video.) Is that tough enough for you? Is that enough mental, emotional, and physical experience? You think that'll grow someone up quick?
Tell me it's not! Straight up, tell me it won't! Tell me! I'm waiting to see you say so, plain and clear. No rhetorical bobbin' and weaving. Those kids and their dead classmates and teachers couldn't bob and weave their way form the rain of bullets, so you don't get to sit your sorry Canadian ass there in front of a computer screen and play word games on this one. Either you tell me it is or you tell me it is not!
Do you think those two girls in the video in the OP aren't among the "rare few?" Tell me they ain't.
That was a mental, emotional, and physical experience ain't no child supposed to have. Ain't nobody supposed to have, and yet those children will forever have it. Don't sit there trying to imply that "they're just kids." The were just kids; they ain't kids no more!
And another thing. You need to keep your Canadian mouth out of this issue. Canada has its Bill C-150Bill C-150 - Gunsopedia from the 1960s. Canada has C-17 and C51. And Canada doesn't have a 2nd Amendment or the abundance the U.S. does of semi-automatic gun toting would-be vigilantes, and it has generally more well behaved people. So you don't have to worry that your child, your sibling, your parent, or your friends might get shot by some jerk who got a gun and pissed off about "whatever" and just started shooting.
So when the U.S. gun homicide rate matches that of Canada, maybe then I'll give a shit about what your little Canadian ass has to say. Between then and now, if you don't have very specific solution ideas you care to put forth -- That's right! I'm not interested in your little "Maple Leaf" generalizations! -- get the fuck up outta my face with your talk about what American kids are going to do, say or feel 20 years from now, or what kind of foundation they needed to have last night, last week, last month or last century.
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