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  1. Call for stronger bomb control and bomb registration.

    If more classes of bombs were outlawed and we had bomb registration then tragedies like this one in Boston could be avoided.

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Squishy View Post
    If more classes of bombs were outlawed and we had bomb registration then tragedies like this one in Boston could be avoided.
    You're a day late and a dollar short there bud. I'm just going to copy and paste my reply to the other guy's thread exactly like this one:

    ...there is a time to be vigilant and active, and then there is a time to be empathetic and reverent. There's absolutely no need to go ahead and start pointing fingers. It's the politicians, who like to point unnecessary fingers at whatever suits their agenda, who give us a bad taste in our mouth when we hear about these tragedies, rather than being reverent to the lives lost like we should be. Don't be like them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndeyHall View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Squishy View Post
    If more classes of bombs were outlawed and we had bomb registration then tragedies like this one in Boston could be avoided.
    You're a day late and a dollar short there bud. I'm just going to copy and paste my reply to the other guy's thread exactly like this one:

    ...there is a time to be vigilant and active, and then there is a time to be empathetic and reverent. There's absolutely no need to go ahead and start pointing fingers. It's the politicians, who like to point unnecessary fingers at whatever suits their agenda, who give us a bad taste in our mouth when we hear about these tragedies, rather than being reverent to the lives lost like we should be. Don't be like them.
    Perfect response.........

  5. Quote Originally Posted by AndeyHall View Post
    You're a day late and a dollar short there bud. I'm just going to copy and paste my reply to the other guy's thread exactly like this one:

    ...there is a time to be vigilant and active, and then there is a time to be empathetic and reverent. There's absolutely no need to go ahead and start pointing fingers. It's the politicians, who like to point unnecessary fingers at whatever suits their agenda, who give us a bad taste in our mouth when we hear about these tragedies, rather than being reverent to the lives lost like we should be. Don't be like them.
    I'm not being irreverent. A big part of the liberal argument is to claim they own the compassionate position no matter how absurd it is. This is why somehow those against gun control have to preface every statement with a deference clause like, "We all agree this was horrible, but more gun control wouldn't have prevented this."

    We'll always be on the defensive if we defer to the liberal position as the compassionate one.

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    It just goes to show if bad guys want to hurt or kill, a gun ban will not stop anyone. Objects of any sort don't kill. The man/woman behind the gun does, and you can't regulate stupidity.

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    I am sure all the replies, however sarcastic, make perfect sense when put into the "gun control" equation and its stupidity and uselessness. The only thing missing from the "bombings" is the fact that only one child died in the explosions--imagine if there had been a "child 5K" when the bombs went off and if 20 children had died ala Sandy Hook--imagine how these politicians would have reacted as they fed off the carcasses of "the children" as they did in Sandy Hook. You realize that all the gun control is not about Sandy Hook, it is about total ban and confiscation ala Hitler and Stalin and Mao and now our fearless narcissistic moslem leader dictator wannabe.

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    I say it's time to have an honest conversation about banning pressure cookers.


    I used to be a government-educated stooge. By the grace of God, I repent. -Robert Burris

  9. Quote Originally Posted by SR40c View Post
    I say it's time to have an honest conversation about banning pressure cookers.
    I'm for your right to own a pressure cooker. But, I think we should at least know who owns them. I suggest that we ask for ID at the home stores and put this into a database so we know who is buying them. I mean all of them. So if your grandmother wants to hand one down she has had for years, you need to go to a licensed pressure cooker dealer to broker the sale for you or at least generate a bill of sale so we can trace these things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SR40c View Post
    I say it's time to have an honest conversation about banning pressure cookers.
    Go right ahead, I am not guaranteed by my Creator to have the RIGHT to own a pressure cooker.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well armed lamb contesting the vote."
    ~ Benjamin Franklin (maybe)

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    It would be a common sense conversation.

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