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User avatar #193 - fatpigeons (07/25/2012) [-]
no, no....but yes
#179 - fefe (07/25/2012) [-]
I agree with this man, I don't hate to say it either
#132 - jadedtrout (07/25/2012) [-]
If you give an American a gun they will kill people. Solid logic.
If you give an American a gun they will kill people. Solid logic.
#121 - shockee (07/25/2012) [-]
He has good points, he just needs to express them a little better. He's all over the place. He moves his face too much. And he curses too much, which really makes anyone look like an asshole. Plus slamming things around just ruins it. Still good points though.
#102 - fefe (07/25/2012) [-]
Wolverine, release claw attack.
User avatar #76 - liquiddubstep (07/25/2012) [-]
you get em!!!
User avatar #24 - darkjacky (07/24/2012) [-]
agree :)
#30 - gatodelfuego (07/24/2012) [-]
Now the problem is that we are blowing this way out of proportion. At my university, a bunch of people were killed by a man with a death wish. He walked into a bar with an assault rifle and started shooting. Just wanted to be shot. All of that is going to be lost and so much more news that we need to here. Things that the public DESPERATELY needs to hear...like about the election, or the economy...and if the president is really visiting the families of the victims, I understand where he's going, but the tax expense of that is though the roof. The american public shouldn't have to pay for the president's personal trips to grieving families. It really hurts me to say that, but it's the truth. It's not like he can just walk onto a plane and go visit them. His personal aircraft has to be prepared, security has to scope out and close down the surroundings, patrolling the area with aircraft...it's so expensive for something that doesn't need to be done just because the american public has latched on to it.   
   
That's what we did, we took something insignificant that is no worse than thousands of soldiers dying or people starving, we latched onto it.   
   
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Now the problem is that we are blowing this way out of proportion. At my university, a bunch of people were killed by a man with a death wish. He walked into a bar with an assault rifle and started shooting. Just wanted to be shot. All of that is going to be lost and so much more news that we need to here. Things that the public DESPERATELY needs to hear...like about the election, or the economy...and if the president is really visiting the families of the victims, I understand where he's going, but the tax expense of that is though the roof. The american public shouldn't have to pay for the president's personal trips to grieving families. It really hurts me to say that, but it's the truth. It's not like he can just walk onto a plane and go visit them. His personal aircraft has to be prepared, security has to scope out and close down the surroundings, patrolling the area with aircraft...it's so expensive for something that doesn't need to be done just because the american public has latched on to it.

That's what we did, we took something insignificant that is no worse than thousands of soldiers dying or people starving, we latched onto it.

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User avatar #187 - improbablyyourdad (07/25/2012) [-]
This kids a ******* idiot. Hahaha
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