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Gun control freaks love to express things as though it's guns or children, but my right to own and carry guns is harming no one.
Innocent children need to be protected from kill happy idiots. If your side wasn't killing innocent people there would be no problem.
A new name for the same old nonsense.Gun-rights supporters aren't causing the firearms deaths in this country. But gun control freaks aren't interested in real solutions. They only care about disarming good citizens.
people who own guns are causing the problem, not the people who do not own gun. I'll assume people who own guns are pro gun people, your side.
The problem represents less than one tenth of one percent of gun owners. Two-thirds of gun deaths are deaths by choice--suicides. We won't accept all of us being punished when there are better solutions that would work.
Interesting you accept these deaths as insignificant it the scheme of gun rights. Tells us a lot about your non concern for even one life.
Jack, don't twist what I said. I don't regard deaths as insignificant. But as I've said many times, I don't see gun control as an effective means of saving lives, especially given the costs of gun control.
Gun control has proven to work. I'm not twisting words, if you reject even trying proven gun control methods, then you encourage innocent death.
"Gun control has proven to work. " Where exactly has it been proven Jack? And what methods might those be?
You don't know and claim to be a gun guy? WOW, no wonder you have to lie to make your points.
Well, considering that I disagree with your contention, it seems reasonable to ask you to enlighten us as to where has it been proven to work? And what methods have been used? Plus, I'm sure there are many non-gun guys who would like to add this information to their vast storehouse of knowledge.
If you are so stupid you don't know, that's you lack of education. Get help from Greg, he graduates idiots, or maybe that's where you learned from in the first place.
"The problem represents less than one tenth of one percent of gun owners. Two-thirds of gun deaths are deaths by choice--suicides. We won't accept all of us being punished when there are better solutions that would work."Two lies.
And then there are the much more level headed people who are gun control advocates,"Nick DangerDecember 21, 2013 at 9:27 PMWhy so defensive, Greg? You want guns for the mentally ill, guns for felons, guns for everyone. This means, INEVITABLY, that murders, mass murders, will be committed. I merely want YOU and YOUR FAMILY to get the brunt of YOUR POLICIES about guns. I don't want mass murders, but when they come, I want the people on the front lines to be NRA members and their families. I light a candle everytime some gunsuck NRA asshole is wounded. They are my enemy."http://mikeb302000.blogspot.com/2013/12/school-shootings.html
YOU, the coward soldier, just a few days ago said you agreed with the following criminal extremist statements:Greg's statements on ignoring, breaking the law:Greg Camp November 4, 2013 at 2:39 AMWhen the law is unjust, it is no law at all. Home invasions are a violation of privacy, and yes, I call these actions invasions, "legal" or not.So you decide which laws you will follow, or not? Sounds like breaking the law to me.________________________________________________________Greg Camp October 5, 2013 at 5:56 PMMine gets carried concealed. And yes, if I ever have occasion to go to Starbucks, it will be with me.This was after Starbucks asked their customers to leave their guns at home. Seems another example that Greg will defy anyone's rules and regulations._________________________________________________________Greg Camp October 8, 2013 at 6:31 AMI think the United States should invade California and impose regime change on that failed state.I'd say that's a promotion for breaking the law._________________________________________________________Greg Camp October 5, 2013 at 5:54 PMStupid rules require increasing cleverness to circumvent.Seems he's actively looking for ways to break the rule of law.________________________________________________________Anonymous September 8, 2013 at 3:52 PMSome people would call assaulting a drug dealer civic minded.Greg Camp September 8, 2013 at 5:17 PMAgreed.I would call it a thug assaulting another person. Call the cops._________________________________________________________Greg Camp September 9, 2013 at 4:45 PMIn an ideal world, beating up someone is the wrong action, but we don't live in an ideal world, and I have more feeling for the friend struggling with addiction than I do for the dealer.It would be one thing if this happened in front of you, but you said you would go looking for him. Doesn't sound like a law abiding citizen to me._________________________________________________________Greg Camp August 30, 2013 at 8:07 AMI've said it before: He should be given a lethal injection of boiling lard.That's not what the law prescribes. Greg has his own ideas.________________________________________________________Greg Camp August 27, 2013 at 8:27 AMRevenge is justice. This man is a traitor and a terrorist. He deserves a far more gruesome death than our law allows.Going outside the law to get his bloody revenge. Revenge is not justice._________________________________________________________Greg Camp August 20, 2013 at 5:53 PMWhen the law makes no sense by banning or restricting something that should not be covered by law, good people don't expect such foolishness or resist the violation. The responsibility lies with the criminal legislators and executives who push these laws in the first place.Blame the people. They elected these criminals into office. You change law in a civil society, not ignore, or break it.________________________________________________________These kind of statements can only be read as the author having disregard for the law, promoting illegal acts, and clearly stating he would participate in such illegal behavior.Now that you have confirmed you agree with all these statements, we know your thinking is as criminal as the site lying coward, and thanks for admitting it to all.
Steve, for some reason you reposted your post with Greg's replies, but forgot to include my comments. Why did you do that since you seem to be commenting about what I said. If you read my comments, I never said anything about whether I thought Greg beating someone up was acceptable. "Thank you Steve, "Home invasions are a violation of privacy" I agree, Home invasions are essentially a form of robbery. Let me share a quote of Col. Cooper ,“We continue to be exasperated by the view, apparently gaining momentum in certain circles, that armed robbery is okay as long as nobody gets hurt! The proper solution to armed robbery is a dead robber, on the scene.”"And yes, if I ever have occasion to go to Starbucks, it will be with me." I've commented on this before. Starbuck needs to man up and pick a side. Their request, at least in Minnesota isn't legally binding. "I think the United States should invade California and impose regime change on that failed state." Sounds like rhetorical question that is fairly obviously not serious."Stupid rules require increasing cleverness to circumvent." Sounds like getting something done without breaking laws. Done by politicians all the time. Why is it wrong when Greg does it?"I've said it before: He should be given a lethal injection of boiling lard." He wishes to change the substances used in capitol punishment. Mike wishes to change laws about gun rights. If wishes were fishes...."Revenge is justice. This man is a traitor and a terrorist. He deserves a far more gruesome death than our law allows." Revenge is a component of the justice system. It seems to be ok when the government does it, either on a local or an international level."When the law makes no sense by banning or restricting something that should not be covered by law, good people don't expect such foolishness or resist the violation." Lets see, how about people violating the Jim Crow laws passed by southern democrats by supplying African-Americans with guns for self defense against the Klan? Or the federal government deciding not to enforce federal drug laws in states that legalize pot? How about cities or states passing laws declaring that they refuse to enforce laws against illegal immigration?"http://mikeb302000.blogspot.com/2014/01/at-least-you-have-your-guns.html
Right, HA HA HA HA HA HANow it's the same cowardly crap the site lying coward uses. Nope, I didn't give a URL. Not necessary. Next cowardly lying comment