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Subj: Re: I  Did Miss That Point. But How Are We Going To Do That?
Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 at 02:53:44 pm EDT (Viewed 213 times)
Reply Subj: Re: I  Did Miss That Point. But How Are We Going To Do That?
Posted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 at 09:46:59 pm EDT (Viewed 283 times)

    That sounds nearly impossible to do, and usually whenever people in mass are told NOT to do something, they do it. That's usually why gun sales go up when they try to enact new gun laws (As they did under Obama.), or after shootings. It's a great dream, but  it''s not going to happen. Also, didn't this guy get bombs as well? This is clearly not just a gun problem here.

But the guy didn't use bombs. He used guns, lots of them. As for removing most guns being impossible. I don't think so. Certainly it's impossible to do it in, say, a 10 year period. It's not impossible to do it in a 50 year period. But like I said, at the moment, Americans would rather have their guns at the cost of over 30,000 lives a year and that includes a lot of children.

Americans are so worried about terrorism, but guns make the terrorist threat seem insignificant.

And guns now cause more deaths than car accidents. You need a license to own a car but not a gun. People actively try to make cars safer. A lot of people actively try to keep guns from being safer by blocking smart gun technology.

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