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#105 - alucord (01/13/2013) [-]
Go ahead, Ban guns.





I like a challenge
#17 - freebirdkid (01/12/2013) [+] (6 replies)
I will never understand why people will not see that knives, rope, or a bat WERE NOT DESIGNED TO KILL PEOPLE!!! guns were, that is the problem we have, and the Americans who fall in the right wing on this subject are either blind or are just caught up in their affections with their own firearm
#282 - urgnnahaveabadtime (01/13/2013) [+] (20 replies)
I find it funny how pro-gun americans keep hammering on the fact that people kill people, and not guns. Yet guns are obviously alot more dangerous than knifes etc. since victims don't have a chance to defend themselves.    
   
without guns people have a bigger chance of survival
I find it funny how pro-gun americans keep hammering on the fact that people kill people, and not guns. Yet guns are obviously alot more dangerous than knifes etc. since victims don't have a chance to defend themselves.

without guns people have a bigger chance of survival
User avatar #306 to #282 - breakfastskippa (01/13/2013) [-]
Yeah but criminals dont obey laws and innocent people cant defend themselves.
#188 - anonymous (01/13/2013) [+] (7 replies)
Every single one of those weapons have another purpose and their main purpose is not that of killing... except guns of course, their main purpose is to kill.
#214 to #188 - Vanquix (01/13/2013) [-]
Funny, because when blades were first created they were used for hunting and killing, not for cutting up the lettuce. And yes, they were used for skinning stuff too probably.
User avatar #408 - noahz (01/13/2013) [-]
1) its far harder to avoid someone with a gun that with a bat, you cant outrun a bullet.
2) you cant kill or injury 20+ people just by strangling them without getting caught, for that you need something fast like a gun
#405 - thessalonaki (01/13/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Alright, let me go over what I think about this whole Gun Control thing. Honestly, I'm neutral in this Political Spectrum in America, since I'm not really loyal to America, or any other country. I believe the only government or nation worth actually pledging loyalty to is an Earth government, a unified Human Race. But that's a different issue, much more politically and philosophically  complex than Gun Control. I just wanted to get that out of the way before somebody calls me a 'Stupid Liberal' or 'Terrorist lover' or some 						****					, because I'm not aligned with any existing political spectrum. Anyways.   
   
   
On the issue of banning fire arms altogether, it's not the best decision in the world, in fact, it's probably the worst, in the interest of maintaining a stable or peaceful government, or for the welfare and happiness of the citizens. But at the same time, extremely lax or non existing regulations inevitably leads to some bad 						****					. So the key is in striking a balance between regulation and liberty of using firearms. You guys with me so far? Now, one of the key arguments for super anti-gun control nuts is the Second Amendment. Sure, but that gives you the Right to Bear Arms, and if I'm not mistaken, doesn't say you're allowed to wave the 						*******					 around in public like some 						*******					 crazy GTA player hyped up on horse blood and mountain dew. Not to mention the Founding Fathers (By the way, can we stop treating the founding fathers like gods, for 						*****					 sake? They made mistakes, too. Stop sucking the cocks of their legacies.) probably were unaware of automatic firearms, semiautomatic fire arms,  the insane kinds of ballistic and explosive technologies we have access to today, and the sheer killing power and lethality of some of these things. So Gun Control laws should focus and restricting who can own certain types of weapons, and possibly introducing a gun license, like you get a license for a car. In short: Extensive mental health screenings and stuff. Outta letters now.
Alright, let me go over what I think about this whole Gun Control thing. Honestly, I'm neutral in this Political Spectrum in America, since I'm not really loyal to America, or any other country. I believe the only government or nation worth actually pledging loyalty to is an Earth government, a unified Human Race. But that's a different issue, much more politically and philosophically complex than Gun Control. I just wanted to get that out of the way before somebody calls me a 'Stupid Liberal' or 'Terrorist lover' or some **** , because I'm not aligned with any existing political spectrum. Anyways.


On the issue of banning fire arms altogether, it's not the best decision in the world, in fact, it's probably the worst, in the interest of maintaining a stable or peaceful government, or for the welfare and happiness of the citizens. But at the same time, extremely lax or non existing regulations inevitably leads to some bad **** . So the key is in striking a balance between regulation and liberty of using firearms. You guys with me so far? Now, one of the key arguments for super anti-gun control nuts is the Second Amendment. Sure, but that gives you the Right to Bear Arms, and if I'm not mistaken, doesn't say you're allowed to wave the ******* around in public like some ******* crazy GTA player hyped up on horse blood and mountain dew. Not to mention the Founding Fathers (By the way, can we stop treating the founding fathers like gods, for ***** sake? They made mistakes, too. Stop sucking the cocks of their legacies.) probably were unaware of automatic firearms, semiautomatic fire arms, the insane kinds of ballistic and explosive technologies we have access to today, and the sheer killing power and lethality of some of these things. So Gun Control laws should focus and restricting who can own certain types of weapons, and possibly introducing a gun license, like you get a license for a car. In short: Extensive mental health screenings and stuff. Outta letters now.
User avatar #380 - alyosha (01/13/2013) [-]
Even beyond the surface issue of murderings and gang violence and what have you, the thing that really upsets me is how gun legalization wasn't put in the constitution (I'm talking US here) just to let us hunt and defend ourselves from home invasions and the like. The founding fathers intended it to give our liberty "teeth," meaning if the government turned malevolent and started screwing the people (like Britain had done to them, in their eyes) then the people could fight back.

One of the earlier policies of Hitler's day was to strip the guns from the populace, which had the added bonus effect of making the majority of the population unable to do anything when he started cracking down with his harsher policies. Not everyone was on board with the whole Nazi thing, and they had resistance movements all throughout the Reich which gave them hell even unarmed. Also, we air-dropped a whole bunch of crappy mass-produced pistols into Germany once we had control of the airspace, to encourage them to rise up and fight back. And it did sort of work.

I'm not saying that a fully armed German resistance movement would have been able to do anything to their Army at the time, or that America needs another civil war, but... if we don't have guns, and the government does, then they can do literally anything they want and we can't really do anything about it besides vote them out - and that's worked really well, considering how hard it is to unseat incumbents in this country. Revolution, the thing the WANTED us to be able to do when they made the country, will be off the table if they get guns outlawed. And given the Internet censorship bills and the crackdown on our other rights... it's a scary idea which brings to mind images of Orwell's 1984.

Just food for thought.
#358 - skinless (01/13/2013) [+] (2 replies)
oh my god, the frontpage is just oozing **** storm content today
#257 - shmexytiime (01/13/2013) [-]
It's more like: You beat him? Whats the matter with you? HOLY **** YOU JUST KILLED 20 ******* PEOPLE WITH A GUN WHAT THE **** MAN WHY ARE YOU SO ******* ****** UP!!? Man we really need to do something about guns.
#108 - cupotruth (01/13/2013) [-]
Guns are fine.   
   
Idiots like you who got curb stomped by the stupid fairy having guns aren't.   
   
We make laws so idiots that have been curbed stomped by the stupid fairy can't get guns.   
   
The occasional funny cat picture or feel does not make up for me having to deal with this 						****					 that deserves to be on a site where people will actually 						*******					 care..
Guns are fine.

Idiots like you who got curb stomped by the stupid fairy having guns aren't.

We make laws so idiots that have been curbed stomped by the stupid fairy can't get guns.

The occasional funny cat picture or feel does not make up for me having to deal with this **** that deserves to be on a site where people will actually ******* care..
User avatar #54 - spearpwi (01/12/2013) [-]
In other news, a man managed to mow down an entire cinema full of citizens, including 5 marines and a world class body builder, using a piece of cheese wire.
#464 - psychopsychedelic (01/13/2013) [+] (15 replies)
I see no point in high-powered rifles BESIDES mowing down hordes of people. I find it very interesting how you can pick one up at your local walmart. I'm okay with single-shot. But who needs to fire that many shots that quickly. Give me one REASONABLE use for it. I can't come up with any
I see no point in high-powered rifles BESIDES mowing down hordes of people. I find it very interesting how you can pick one up at your local walmart. I'm okay with single-shot. But who needs to fire that many shots that quickly. Give me one REASONABLE use for it. I can't come up with any
User avatar #518 to #477 - ivoryhammer (01/13/2013) [-]
Apples and oranges kid, apples and oranges. Cars are meant to be used as transport, and guns were invented for the sole purpose of killing things.
User avatar #278 - dementedllama (01/13/2013) [-]
I hope I live long enough to see "Anti vs pro-laser pistol" debates.
#251 - anonymous (01/13/2013) [+] (8 replies)
Never noticed that people get shot more in places where its easier to get guns?
#279 to #269 - negr (01/13/2013) [-]
its also easier to fend off a knife attack than a gun. if somebody pulls out a knife you can run. outrunning a gunman hasnt really worked out in the past. i agree that gun control might not make a difference but im just saying youre knife logic is not sound. there have been like 5 shootings in the past month and a half and i would say its very easy to push reform right now
User avatar #210 - thisisdj (01/13/2013) [-]
Every one of those objects other than the gun have another purpose other than to kill someone. (I'm not taking a stance in this gun control debate because I ******* hate these ******** flamewars in the comments.)
User avatar #139 - awesomenessdefined (01/13/2013) [+] (1 reply)
It's actually really a great feeling to know that, even though I don't feel like going on a killing spree, the option is open if I ever feel like it.
User avatar #102 - flybager (01/13/2013) [+] (23 replies)
This is stupid.
Gun their ONLY use are killing.
a bat, knife and wire AREN'T just for killing.
#71 - anonymous (01/13/2013) [+] (19 replies)
The difference is that a bat, a guitar string or any other form of string, and a knife is tools rather than weapons. a gun is ONLY a weapon, that was made for killing, or making a serious injury.
User avatar #10 - ksiota (01/12/2013) [+] (8 replies)
If we let everyone have guns, where do we draw the line?

Should everyone have access to nuclear warheads as well?
#26 to #10 - Onemanretardpack (01/12/2013) [-]
This is an acceptable argument, yet when someone says that gay marriage will lead to people marrying animals, everyone thinks they're goddamn stupid..
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