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Old 12-14-2012, 10:56 PM   #151
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Yeah the gun hating liberals will blame all of this on the guns ... When I think the remedy to this could have been an armed teacher ... Gun free zoning in action right here ... Not to be insensitive toward the families ... This is a tragic event ... But its another proven fact that gun bans don't take guns from criminals it just leaves the innocent unprotected !!

You're absolutely right, go over to the democraticunderground forum and read some of those posts. They're blaming everyone and everything but the perp that did this. They blame Wayne LaPierre, the NRA, ALL gun owners, guns, gun companies and on and on. They're like mad children on that forum, completely running on pure out of control emotion.
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You're absolutely right, go over to the democraticunderground forum and read some of those posts. They're blaming everyone and everything but the perp that did this. They blame Wayne LaPierre, the NRA, ALL gun owners, guns, gun companies and on and on. They're like mad children on that forum, completely running on pure out of control emotion.
It seems they always do ... I don't now nor ever will understand that way of thinking .... Bottom line is an armed soldier protects their freedom to bash the very tool that protects them ... Ironic ...
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Shooter was Adam Lanza (sp?), with his brothers identification on him. His brother was tracked down in NJ and said Adam had mental health issues, so theres your problem right there.
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Old 12-14-2012, 11:06 PM   #154
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This from Alex Jones, watch the video, he moves into facial features of Obama talking on the situation. At around 3:10 time frame.

They are going to use this as a national emergency action on guns.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2h1QNTQDnoU

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Old 12-14-2012, 11:08 PM   #155
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To plan such a horiffic thing to help gun ban legislation is far fetched ... Just my opinion

Agreed, but just to play the tinfoil hand, many bills aren't written by elected officials. Theyre written by lobbyists and just regular people who know how to get the format and wording all legal-like. You can write a bill. Anyone can.

A plausible conspiracy would look more like this:

1) An anti-gun group scours the inter-webs for depressed, psychotic or otherwise irritable people they see as on the verge and contact them.

2) "knowing" that what the country needs is another push, they goad the tortured soul into following through with whatever sick fantasy he/she has in mind.

3) Having already written a bill, they wait for the national tragedy to unfold and following cries of reform.

4) They present the anti-gun bill to the nearest government official that shares their views.

I say it's "plausible" because it doesn't require a shady, Illuminati-style shadow government, devoid of morals that somehow escaped public oversight.

It only requires a shady group of individuals, devoid of morals and we have plenty of those just wandering around.
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Old 12-14-2012, 11:12 PM   #156
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On the news they said and I quote " he STOLE his mother's gun!!!! why is it the guns fault again ??? He had mental health issues ??? So what did the gun say to him exactly??? Geez ... I'm offended as an American and a father ....

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Agreed, but just to play the tinfoil hand, many bills aren't written by elected officials. Theyre written by lobbyists and just regular people who know how to get the format and wording all legal-like. You can write a bill. Anyone can.

A plausible conspiracy would look more like this:

1) An anti-gun group scours the inter-webs for depressed, psychotic or otherwise irritable people they see as on the verge and contact them.

2) "knowing" that what the country needs is another push, they goad the tortured soul into following through with whatever sick fantasy he/she has in mind.

3) Having already written a bill, they wait for the national tragedy to unfold and following cries of reform.

4) They present the anti-gun bill to the nearest government official that shares their views.

I say it's "plausible" because it doesn't require a shady, Illuminati-style shadow government, devoid of morals that somehow escaped public oversight.

It only requires a shady group of individuals, devoid of morals and we have plenty of those just wandering around.
I see your point ... Well played
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report from foxnews says the guns belonged to the shooter's mother.

im betting he beat the crap out of her to get em then shot her and the kids.

im also betting it turns out he was under a doctor's care for mental illness.

bleh i posted before reading.

anyway like usual im late to the story. its more proof we need psycho control not gun control. only way to control these types is for people to be armed and shoot the fkrs down when they pop up talking about choo-choos and eating rocks to get to heaven...

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LOL... couldn't have out it better myself

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I'd like to see a fast track for soldiers with arms experience into teaching, then once all schooling is completed they teach while concealing a firearm, I think this would have more than a few positive effects on our children.

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