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Subj: Re: My prayers for those in Las Vegas - edited -
Posted: Tue Oct 03, 2017 at 03:39:40 pm EDT (Viewed 46 times)
Reply Subj: Re: My prayers for those in Las Vegas - edited -
Posted: Tue Oct 03, 2017 at 02:13:57 pm EDT (Viewed 52 times)



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    Unable to do that though, as we are deep down inside all sin natures people, who want to have our own things done, its just that madmen like the shooter have gotten to the point where they have no remorse or desire to not commit the evil deeds.



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    Like the Jack the Ripper types, or feel and have no remorse or guilt for their crimes!


I am not sure that is true or not. It at least comes off as a little simplistic in my mind. It is true that there are and will always be criminals or those with poor intention that will find ways to hurt other people.

However, throwing up ones hands and saying there will always be evil seems an easy out. It is true that we will never be rid of it, but there are likely ways to address shifting the probabilities as much as possible.

It is difficult to own fully automatic weapons in the US for instance. The most recent example was made possible (from my understand) in part because of the semi-automatics were converted to full automatics. One could argue that such kits could be restricted.

I do not know that such a thing would work or not, but it is at least a point of something to do to make things more unlikely to happen again. No solution is 100% but one could argue why should anybody do anything based on some of the logic I have heard thrown out.

Seems like we are way past time to do something.






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