Newsgroups: us.military.army, sci.military.naval, alt.war.vietnam, soc.veterans, rec.aviation.military
From: Uncle Steve <stevet...@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2012 09:04:58 -0400
Local: Thurs, Sep 13 2012 9:04 am
Subject: Re: Public Support for Gun Control
On Thu, Sep 13, 2012 at 09:10:53AM +0100, Bay Man wrote:You'd never suggest that firearms training could, at least
> "Orval Fairbairn" <orfairba...@earthlink.net> wrote in message
> >>>> "Dr. Vincent Quin, Ph.D." <d...@coldine.edu> wrote in message
> >>>>>> The sooner the USA bans all guns the better they will be.
> >>>>> Nonsense. A gun for home defense is sagacious.
> >>>> Total nonsense. The USA has to stop the sale of guns and ways they
> >>> Why? Statistics show that the more liberal (in the traditional sense)
> >>Total tripe! Look at the UK.
> >Yes -- look at the UK, where gangs of thugs run rampant, beating up
> You amde that up. I noticed you are gun obessed a Yank - so that figures.
theoretically, be a part of basic public-school education, and that
their proper use could be normalized in the same way that driving a
car is a normalized skill in society. But for some reason, people
like you think that only police and military personnel should have
firearms. And yet, the police and military are corrupt organizations
in any country you might care to name, and cannot be trusted to do
their nominal jobs in a responsible and ethical fashion. The only
conclusion to draw is that government as we have it today requires
that its citizens be reduced to a state of defenseless dependence on
And we see how well that has worked out.
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