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Let's see these scum laughed out of court."Somebody killed my kid, so somebody else should give me money!!!"
The responsibility for this massacre goes far beyond young Adam and his gun-nut mommy. As I've said before, it extends all the way to you gun-rights fanatics who fight for loose gun laws.
As I've said before, it extends all the way to you [liberty advocates] who fight for loose gun laws.Too bad the plaintiffs didn't hire you for a lawyer, thus missing out on the chance to sue me, too.By the way, here's my take in a bit more detail than comments are conducive to.
This might be my "favorite" part of the complaint--from the list of reasons AR-15s shouldn't be sold to the public:In the overwhelming majority of states, young people can legally purchase an AR-15 before they are legally permitted to drink alcohol.,How letting 18 to 20-year-old AR-15 owners buy alcohol would make anyone safer is left unexplained.
MikeB: "The responsibility for this massacre goes far beyond young Adam and his gun-nut mommy. As I've said before, it extends all the way to you gun-rights fanatics who fight for loose gun laws."Me???https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xR-FLwonazA
Good one, McNulty.
I'[m suing Johnson & Johnson. I used their floor wax to clean and shine my floor. Gawddamit if I didn't slip, fall, and break my leg. I'm suing them sums-a-bitches because it is all their fault. orlin sellers
Product lawsuits have a long and successful history and have changed all sorts of dangerous products, their use, and availability.
It will be interesting to see where this goes. The technology in the AR design isnt new. Everything in the AR design is also present in the civilian verion of the M-14. The technology is also present in more convential looking arms such as the Remington 742 and the Ruger 10/22.
Well, let's just hope that they win a settlement. Of course it is not very likely. Maybe they can get a couple of thousand dollars per shooting victim. Legal precedent is always going to be important.Our new Surgeon General is absolutely correct. Homicides by firearms is and will continue to be a public health crisis right alongside any viruses or plagues.It is very basic and easy to understand. A powerful lobby, the NRA, prevents any type of limit on the manufacture of firearms. The culture of violence promotes the sale of same. People die from gunshots. Just break any one corner of the pyramid.
I'm glad you mentioned the new Surgeon General. That was a, I almost hesitate to say it, major victory for gun control.