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#17854 - this is an assumption based on another thing the government tr… 12/31/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
#17821 - but you were saying that guns would just come in from mexico. …  [+] (2 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
User avatar #17825 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
They still would.
User avatar #17854 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
this is an assumption based on another thing the government tried to control. guns and drugs are 2 very different things and if the country your bringing the guns into is not in a civil war its not very lucrative. i doubt it would become that big of a thing. and even if it did, most of the people whom are the problems with the guns are either too stupid or too lazy to go find a black market dealer.
#17805 - it hasnt stopped guns from coming from the u.s. canada either …  [+] (4 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
User avatar #17814 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
I wasn't saying anything about it stopping guns from going to the U.S to canada.
The U.S hasn't been capable to control the drugs in the U.S just because they banned it and search things coming and going from Mexico.
User avatar #17821 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
but you were saying that guns would just come in from mexico. i was using a current example to dispel that notion.
User avatar #17825 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
They still would.
User avatar #17854 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
this is an assumption based on another thing the government tried to control. guns and drugs are 2 very different things and if the country your bringing the guns into is not in a civil war its not very lucrative. i doubt it would become that big of a thing. and even if it did, most of the people whom are the problems with the guns are either too stupid or too lazy to go find a black market dealer.
#17796 - anyhow in wrapping up, using Canada as an example, we can conc… 12/31/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
#17786 - mexico gun deaths in 2009 - 19,803... mexico is essentially la…  [+] (6 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
User avatar #17794 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Well, considering the fact the U.S banned drugs yet the U.S still gets it from Mexico, I don't see how guns could be different.
Banning guns won't stop them for the U.S really.
User avatar #17805 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
it hasnt stopped guns from coming from the u.s. canada either but it seems that somehow we managed to control them enough
User avatar #17814 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
I wasn't saying anything about it stopping guns from going to the U.S to canada.
The U.S hasn't been capable to control the drugs in the U.S just because they banned it and search things coming and going from Mexico.
User avatar #17821 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
but you were saying that guns would just come in from mexico. i was using a current example to dispel that notion.
User avatar #17825 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
They still would.
User avatar #17854 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
this is an assumption based on another thing the government tried to control. guns and drugs are 2 very different things and if the country your bringing the guns into is not in a civil war its not very lucrative. i doubt it would become that big of a thing. and even if it did, most of the people whom are the problems with the guns are either too stupid or too lazy to go find a black market dealer.
#17760 - canada- allows guns, highly restricted. no automatic weapons. …  [+] (10 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
User avatar #17776 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Not caused, meant to say they were done with semi-auto weapons most of the time.
User avatar #17769 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Hold up, The U.S doesn't allow automatic weapons, unless they get a collectors license, and even then, they can not own a weapon made past 1984.
Besides, shootings are caused by semi-auto weapons.
"Nearly unrestricted" these guns require a license.
Also, I was talking about Mexico, bring up some statistics on that.
User avatar #17796 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
anyhow in wrapping up, using Canada as an example, we can conclude that making it extremely difficult to get guns would be the better choice. if you make it impossible then people get antsy and bitch, if you make it too easy then the gun deaths go up. making the guns hard to get would help to keep them out of the hands of morons and criminals.
User avatar #17786 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
mexico gun deaths in 2009 - 19,803... mexico is essentially lawless and it only outpaces the u.s. by a small margin.

either wich way my previous comment was meant to dispell your notion that the bordering countries had anything to do with the gun deaths in a specific country
User avatar #17794 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Well, considering the fact the U.S banned drugs yet the U.S still gets it from Mexico, I don't see how guns could be different.
Banning guns won't stop them for the U.S really.
User avatar #17805 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
it hasnt stopped guns from coming from the u.s. canada either but it seems that somehow we managed to control them enough
User avatar #17814 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
I wasn't saying anything about it stopping guns from going to the U.S to canada.
The U.S hasn't been capable to control the drugs in the U.S just because they banned it and search things coming and going from Mexico.
User avatar #17821 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
but you were saying that guns would just come in from mexico. i was using a current example to dispel that notion.
User avatar #17825 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
They still would.
User avatar #17854 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
this is an assumption based on another thing the government tried to control. guns and drugs are 2 very different things and if the country your bringing the guns into is not in a civil war its not very lucrative. i doubt it would become that big of a thing. and even if it did, most of the people whom are the problems with the guns are either too stupid or too lazy to go find a black market dealer.
#17729 - ...look at the huge number of gun related deaths in the u.s. c…  [+] (12 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
User avatar #17739 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
The majority of people with guns are pretty safe.
"Huge number" is when you compare it to places with no guns, that don't have countries connected to them. *coughU.Kcough*
User avatar #17760 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
canada- allows guns, highly restricted. no automatic weapons. shares a massive border with the u.s.
u.s.- allows guns, nearly unrestricted. automatic weapons allowed.

canada gun deaths in 2009 - approx 610
u.s. gun deaths in 2009 - approx 15,421

citing www.gunpolicy.org/firearms/region/united-states
and www.gunpolicy.org/firearms/region/canada
User avatar #17776 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Not caused, meant to say they were done with semi-auto weapons most of the time.
User avatar #17769 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Hold up, The U.S doesn't allow automatic weapons, unless they get a collectors license, and even then, they can not own a weapon made past 1984.
Besides, shootings are caused by semi-auto weapons.
"Nearly unrestricted" these guns require a license.
Also, I was talking about Mexico, bring up some statistics on that.
User avatar #17796 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
anyhow in wrapping up, using Canada as an example, we can conclude that making it extremely difficult to get guns would be the better choice. if you make it impossible then people get antsy and bitch, if you make it too easy then the gun deaths go up. making the guns hard to get would help to keep them out of the hands of morons and criminals.
User avatar #17786 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
mexico gun deaths in 2009 - 19,803... mexico is essentially lawless and it only outpaces the u.s. by a small margin.

either wich way my previous comment was meant to dispell your notion that the bordering countries had anything to do with the gun deaths in a specific country
User avatar #17794 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Well, considering the fact the U.S banned drugs yet the U.S still gets it from Mexico, I don't see how guns could be different.
Banning guns won't stop them for the U.S really.
User avatar #17805 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
it hasnt stopped guns from coming from the u.s. canada either but it seems that somehow we managed to control them enough
User avatar #17814 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
I wasn't saying anything about it stopping guns from going to the U.S to canada.
The U.S hasn't been capable to control the drugs in the U.S just because they banned it and search things coming and going from Mexico.
User avatar #17821 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
but you were saying that guns would just come in from mexico. i was using a current example to dispel that notion.
User avatar #17825 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
They still would.
User avatar #17854 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
this is an assumption based on another thing the government tried to control. guns and drugs are 2 very different things and if the country your bringing the guns into is not in a civil war its not very lucrative. i doubt it would become that big of a thing. and even if it did, most of the people whom are the problems with the guns are either too stupid or too lazy to go find a black market dealer.
#16857 - i agree but this amendment was created under the assumption th…  [+] (14 new replies) 12/31/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
User avatar #16877 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
How has the population not been able to do that? The NRA is pretty big, and people involved in it are over-all safe people.
User avatar #17729 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
...look at the huge number of gun related deaths in the u.s. compared to anywhere
...look at the sheer number of school shootings in the u.s. compared to anywhere
the general population lost control of themselves even if the NRA keeps control of themselves
(sand countries and africa dont count in this, they are gonna kill eachother off anyways)
User avatar #17739 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
The majority of people with guns are pretty safe.
"Huge number" is when you compare it to places with no guns, that don't have countries connected to them. *coughU.Kcough*
User avatar #17760 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
canada- allows guns, highly restricted. no automatic weapons. shares a massive border with the u.s.
u.s.- allows guns, nearly unrestricted. automatic weapons allowed.

canada gun deaths in 2009 - approx 610
u.s. gun deaths in 2009 - approx 15,421

citing www.gunpolicy.org/firearms/region/united-states
and www.gunpolicy.org/firearms/region/canada
User avatar #17776 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Not caused, meant to say they were done with semi-auto weapons most of the time.
User avatar #17769 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Hold up, The U.S doesn't allow automatic weapons, unless they get a collectors license, and even then, they can not own a weapon made past 1984.
Besides, shootings are caused by semi-auto weapons.
"Nearly unrestricted" these guns require a license.
Also, I was talking about Mexico, bring up some statistics on that.
User avatar #17796 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
anyhow in wrapping up, using Canada as an example, we can conclude that making it extremely difficult to get guns would be the better choice. if you make it impossible then people get antsy and bitch, if you make it too easy then the gun deaths go up. making the guns hard to get would help to keep them out of the hands of morons and criminals.
User avatar #17786 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
mexico gun deaths in 2009 - 19,803... mexico is essentially lawless and it only outpaces the u.s. by a small margin.

either wich way my previous comment was meant to dispell your notion that the bordering countries had anything to do with the gun deaths in a specific country
User avatar #17794 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
Well, considering the fact the U.S banned drugs yet the U.S still gets it from Mexico, I don't see how guns could be different.
Banning guns won't stop them for the U.S really.
User avatar #17805 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
it hasnt stopped guns from coming from the u.s. canada either but it seems that somehow we managed to control them enough
User avatar #17814 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
I wasn't saying anything about it stopping guns from going to the U.S to canada.
The U.S hasn't been capable to control the drugs in the U.S just because they banned it and search things coming and going from Mexico.
User avatar #17821 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
but you were saying that guns would just come in from mexico. i was using a current example to dispel that notion.
User avatar #17825 - friendlyanonymous (12/31/2012) [-]
They still would.
User avatar #17854 - deadlysilentbob (12/31/2012) [-]
this is an assumption based on another thing the government tried to control. guns and drugs are 2 very different things and if the country your bringing the guns into is not in a civil war its not very lucrative. i doubt it would become that big of a thing. and even if it did, most of the people whom are the problems with the guns are either too stupid or too lazy to go find a black market dealer.
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