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  1. Bluwizard1's Avatar
    I completely agree with your statement.
  2. Courtney.cj.chen's Avatar
    Took some of these off various internet sources
    Safety for women

    Liberal's Rape Tips: urinate on yourself to ruin the rapist's mood
    Conservative's Rape Tips: pull out your pistol & make your rapist piss himself

    Liberal's Rape-prevention Tool: a whistle
    Conservative's rape-prevention tool: a pistol (& possibly putting out of commission, one less rapist on the streets)
  3. Courtney.cj.chen's Avatar
    I consider myself a "general viewer" of national news, in my age category- the information that i pick up- more or less (minus topics i'm very passionate about, bc obviously i'd give that extra interest) - is similar to what the average American - my age- picks up. I hardly watch the local news- I watch national news 2-3x a week- Here's my point:

    How many of you, who watch the news as often as i do- know the name of the Sandy Hook, connecticut school shooter? Now how many of you know at least ONE of the types of firearms used in the attack?
    How many of you know the NAME of the shooter that opened fire in a movie theater? How many of you know the type of firearm he used, and even the TYPE of modification or whatever word you want to use- he put on his weapon?

    my point in this is: if you watch a channel like CNN, you probably know the type of weapons that they use- and if you watch channels like FOX, you probably know the names of the shooter.

    Liberal media has gone off the deep end using guns & their owners- law abiding owners- as the scapegoat. As if these guns have minds of their own & can latch onto our brain stems & control us. They called for no accountability from the actual SHOOTERS (regardless if they killed themselves or not)- it was all about GUNS GUNS GUNS.
  4. Courtney.cj.chen's Avatar
    Before I became a gun owner, the walkout basement with its door and windows was yet another area that someone could hide in, whenever i heard an odd noise in the house- whether it was a robber, rapist, murderer (and i admit... zombies at times too)- but now, i feel sorry for the poor sucker who breaks into my house with every intention to hurt me and my kids. to think that i could slowly, even lose my right to own a handgun as a result of these "inches" that will end up being "miles" that they take if we become too complacent. It can and will happen if we let it. the NRA sent everyone a list of 20 reps with whom, this decision seems to lie in the hands of- contact them- !
  5. Andrew49417's Avatar
    I am still trying to figure this out: What's in it for them? what, as a lawmaker, do you really have to gain by getting some crazy anti-constitutional law passed? A place in history?
  6. Courtney.cj.chen's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew49417
    I am still trying to figure this out: What's in it for them? what, as a lawmaker, do you really have to gain by getting some crazy anti-constitutional law passed? A place in history?
    Hey andrew,

    the political offices- especially the higher up ones- like the senate, and of course- the Presidency- along with the people in office who are ever trying to get to those places- these offices are what i like to nickname as "the biggest & most powerful COUNTRY CLUB" in all of the united states. Have you ever wondered why people in your town or city pay over $10k to go to the local country club? (this is a very minimal price. i'm just stating it for an example.) They DONT do it for the golf courses. they don't do it for the food (that they are billed for anyhow- and its overpriced.) they don't do it for the swimming pool. they do it for STATUS and NETWORKING. they do it bc they're going to meet other people with huge pocketbooks-

    with that said. lets get back to this pro-gun and anti-gun. Andrew- are you familiar with Twitter?? (if not- read this paragraph! its important and relevant) and their use of hashtags? or Instagram- who also use hashtags? a hashtag is #word like, #ProGun so if I go onto twitter and i make a statement: I'm a mom. don't take away my guns. #ProGun Then my statement will show up in any search engine on twitter, of anyone who types in progun to see what people are saying. If i upload a pic of myself holding a gun on instagram, and i want alot of people to see it, i might do #gun #woman #sexy - the purpose is to get as many popular words into hashtags, so that anyone typing in those popular words, my pic will show up. One of the most popular words- actually- the TOP most popular word on instagram, is #love if you take a pic of - no joke- a pile of turd- and hashtag it #love - over 5 million people will see it. add #woman and youve doubled your exposure.

    what am i getting at?? Pro and Anti Gun- IS THE #LOVE hashtag! for a woman/man to stand loud and declare in office that "I AM FOR/AGAINST GUNS!!!!" he or she will IMMEDIATELY gain MILLIONS of supports/votes - isn't that SO MUCH CHEAPER than campaigning??? and THEN- lets say, she/he says, "AND I AM ALSO AGAINST/FOR ABORTION" bam- another MILLIONS MILLIONS of support- thats a double "hash-tag" - wonder why politicians say one thing and then do another in office??? bc once they get ur vote. they're in the country club. and they're just going to work on their next book deal. I know i couldve done just as much if i skipped the twitter and hashtag analogy.... but this is an example that IS VERY OFTEN USED IN LIFE. remember. they only want your vote. and its ALL A POPULARITY CONTEST.
  7. Courtney.cj.chen's Avatar
    Gun Owners: hey viewers of anti-gun media, we aren't trigger happy people

    Pointing a gun at someone, is a LAST RESORT- & pulling the trigger- is done so when its our LAST CHANCE to live!!
  8. Sir Swiftus Funkellwerk's Avatar
    The ONLY THING they gain is $$$...

    #PointBlank
  9. massaud's Avatar
    I have been in the military for 14 years now. People forget about there oath about defending the constitution form enemies foreign and domestic. The laws in this country are changing slowly and people either don't care or their uninformed
  10. tricolordad's Avatar
    [QUOTE=massaud;bt2865]I have been in the military for 14 years now. People forget about there oath about defending the constitution form enemies foreign and domestic. The laws in this country are changing slowly and people either don't care or their uninformed[/QUOTE]

    I was WIA and discharged, but never ONCE even through all the pain and rehab, did I ever forget my oath.

    People are lazy. Period. Its much more convenient for them to complain later than to hit the streets now and do something about it. Even writing a letter is too hard! They'd rather play Xbox.
  11. tricolordad's Avatar
    [QUOTE=Courtney.cj.chen;bt2848]Before I became a gun owner, the walkout basement with its door and windows was yet another area that someone could hide in, whenever i heard an odd noise in the house- whether it was a robber, rapist, murderer (and i admit... zombies at times too)- but now, i feel sorry for the poor sucker who breaks into my house with every intention to hurt me and my kids. to think that i could slowly, even lose my right to own a handgun as a result of these "inches" that will end up being "miles" that they take if we become too complacent. It can and will happen if we let it. the NRA sent everyone a list of 20 reps with whom, this decision seems to lie in the hands of- contact them- ![/QUOTE]

    You need to enhance your security with maybe fishline and tin cans, or hook it to a bunch of wind chimes and rig them diagonally across the doorway. My house has so many doors and windows that I can't watch or hear them all and they've all got some type of noise maker or motion sensor on or near them.

    If they get past that...

    #WALTHER
  12. tricolordad's Avatar
    "Laws that forbid the carrying of arms . . . disarm only those who are neither inclined nor determined to commit crimes . . . Such laws make things worse for the assaulted and better for the assailants; they serve rather to encourage than to prevent homicides, for an unarmed man may be attacked with greater confidence than an armed man."
    --Thomas Jefferson, quoting Cesare Beccaria in On Crimes and Punishment (1764).
  13. Firefighterchen's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Courtney.cj.chen
    I consider myself a "general viewer" of national news, in my age category- the information that i pick up- more or less (minus topics i'm very passionate about, bc obviously i'd give that extra interest) - is similar to what the average American - my age- picks up. I hardly watch the local news- I watch national news 2-3x a week- Here's my point:

    How many of you, who watch the news as often as i do- know the name of the Sandy Hook, connecticut school shooter? Now how many of you know at least ONE of the types of firearms used in the attack?
    How many of you know the NAME of the shooter that opened fire in a movie theater? How many of you know the type of firearm he used, and even the TYPE of modification or whatever word you want to use- he put on his weapon?

    my point in this is: if you watch a channel like CNN, you probably know the type of weapons that they use- and if you watch channels like FOX, you probably know the names of the shooter.

    Liberal media has gone off the deep end using guns & their owners- law abiding owners- as the scapegoat. As if these guns have minds of their own & can latch onto our brain stems & control us. They called for no accountability from the actual SHOOTERS (regardless if they killed themselves or not)- it was all about GUNS GUNS GUNS.
    Actually it seems if you watch CNN you won't know what guns were used, because they change their stories every other week. It's also sad that America will remember the mass murders before they will remember the names of heroes. Since the latest mass shootings, I haven't given much thought to the mass shooters even though I can recall their names. Instead I will focus on the heroes such as Nick Meli. It seems the internet and youtube garner more attention to the masses now days than main stream media, and I am glad that people such as Nick Meli are being talked about far more on the interwebz than the mass murderers.
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