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not my problem

Post Number:#1  Postby TWW » Wed May 31, 2017 12:01 pm

As cruel as it may sound, “Not my people. Not my problem.” is an attitude that most of you should be more enthusiastic about embracing. I don’t want to see two innocent girls get traumatized by the words of a crazy man. I also don’t want to have my throat cut open when I try to silence the crazy man’s rant. In the long run, is it worth your life to protect a stranger from harsh or insulting language? I say “no.”


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Re: not my problem

Post Number:#2  Postby ksks » Wed May 31, 2017 7:06 pm

I don't see any reason to respond to a rant, towards me or anyone, especially if armed.
Consideration of limiting the power of the state, in favor of individual liberty, should be at the core of every law.
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Post Number:#3  Postby Tomahawk » Wed May 31, 2017 8:20 pm

...because if you're carrying a gun, every fight you get in to is a gunfight.
There's isn't enough crime to warrant a person owning/carrying a firearm, but there is so much "gun crime" that we need to enact strict gun control. Which is it? Is there a lot of violent crime or isn't there? If there is, that seems like a good reason to need a gun for protection, if there isn't, they why do we need to ban firearms?
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