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Comicguy1

Member Since: Tue Apr 04, 2017
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Trent Trueheart

Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
Posts: 733
Subj: Re: Nonsense!
Posted: Thu Mar 01, 2018 at 12:58:36 pm EST (Viewed 288 times)
Reply Subj: Re: You Can't PREVENT Mass Shootings!
Posted: Thu Mar 01, 2018 at 08:47:48 am EST (Viewed 245 times)

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     There are always going to be mass shootings (And killings.) no matter how tight the laws are. We can take precautions to somewhat lessen them, but they're still going to happen. Mass shooters almost always target places without guns, if there is armed resistance they would be LESS likely to target those places. It's why a lot of them tend to commit suicide AFTER the cops (Armed resistance,) catch up to them. 


You have proven my point.  You're so convinced that these things are going to happen that you don't believe anything we can do will stop them, despite the fact that these things don't happen in other countries.

Maybe that's the issue.  It's not the guns, it not mental health, it's Americans.  Maybe we are the problem.


 These things definitely DO happen in other countries. Norway, for example, had a horrific mass shooting that killed close to 70 people. If you want to go into violence in other countries, Mexico might not have mass shootings, but they're notorious for drug cartels and cartel violence.  Also:


https://www.investors.com/politics/editorials/sorry-despite-gun-control-advocates-claims-u-s-isnt-the-worst-country-for-mass-shootings/

 I don't agree with the article or the resolutions, but it does highlight violence in other countries.  And no, I didn't say that there's NOTHING that we can do to stop them, but they're still going to happen. Even when we had gun bans, we STILL had mass shootings (Columbine happened during the Assault Weapons ban.)! So, no, there's no way to stop everything, but we can take better precautions.



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