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#89 - the year is 2013. yolo is now illegal 08/05/2013 on Yolo And Swag 0
#519 - Where in the world did you get the idea that feminism supports… 08/05/2013 on Take that feminists (read... +4
#87 - why the **** is this such a universal experience 07/25/2013 on Biggest dissappointment of... +10
#343 - Stricter regulations and control affects the supply. Criminals…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/22/2013 on yep +1
User avatar #468 - Zarke (04/23/2013) [-]
Why should someone who isn't harming anyone be punished for what someone else *might* do? And even if that were the case, that does nothing to stem the supply of guns coming in illegally from Mexico, who in turn gets them smuggled in from places like Russia or China. Really, you're just disarming the people who don't need to be disarmed for the sake of inconveniencing a few people who, if sufficiently determined, will deal with being inconvenienced.

There are instances where gun control has worked, and places where it hasn't. You can't just outright say it makes society safer, because there are just as many (if not more) examples disproving this as there are proving it. It's worked in many places in Europe (arguably), but it's failed in places like Mexico and many Liberal cities in the U.S. with strict gun control laws and murder rates that rival 3rd world warzones. Looking at the U.S.'s history with gun control, their distribution of wealth and education... I'd say they're more likely to go the route of Mexico than they are the route of modern Germany (I specify because gun control didn't make the Jews any safer back in WWII).
#306 - armed guards i.e. policemen i.e. people who can already own bi… 04/22/2013 on yep 0
#269 - i'm so ******* mad "Good people follow l…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/22/2013 on yep -1
User avatar #288 - chiefrunnyjeans (04/22/2013) [-]
I am in support of good laws. Stealing is obviously bad and so is murder and so on. This isn't a law btw. This is a right. I have a right to have whatever gun I want. I have a right to have as many bullets as I want. I have a right to have my 50 round snail drum mags. And I have a right to have my 4 "assault weapons" (Which aren't actually assault weapons if you knew anything about guns.) You know why? Because I'm an American and my grandfather and those before him fought for those rights. And pertaining to the picture, i am in support of armed guards in schools.
#306 - superwoofer (04/22/2013) [-]
armed guards i.e. policemen i.e. people who can already own big ass guns but whatever

literally what is the purpose of a 50 round magazine other than killing a LOT of people? u dont use it in hunting do u? (u might use it in target shooting but im ok with making shooting range guns 100% legal)

the "right" to have a much more efficient method of killing isnt a right its just stupid and if that offends you because you wanna have a big gun to make up for your lack of any other redeeming qualities then thats a personal problem that you have to conquer yourself

in summary fuck you who the fuck cares about a right to own a personal minigun or whatever im not ok with making instruments of mass killing readily available because i care about american people. i dont want them to get shot by some psycho just because ur grand-dad fought in a war or whatever
#293 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/22/2013) [-]
Your right to own a gun for fun ends at the point where other peoples right to a safe enviroment begins.

This argument is nothing but selfish assholery.
#251 - This is the stupidest ******* logic ever, you're …  [+] (11 new replies) 04/22/2013 on yep -1
User avatar #308 - Zarke (04/22/2013) [-]
There are two types of laws. Laws to punish, and laws to prevent. The first I'm fine with, so long as they're fair. The second one has to be "reasonable".

Laws that exist to punish are the basis of the justice system. They are written knowing that they will be broken, but they ensure that crimes that people would want people to be punished for (ie, rape, murder, theft) have clearly defined punishments and requirements. Without them, sentencing and judgement is entirely arbitrary, and arbitrary punishments for arbitrary crimes are just human rights violations waiting to happen.

Laws that exist to prevent are intended to make society safer. These include speed limits, firearms legislation, etc. However, these have to be proven to actually do something to be worth writing as laws. Setting blood alcohol limits for drivers does make society safer (when they're caught), but acts such as "assault weapons bans" or putting "Warning: HOT" labels on coffee do fucknothing to make us a safer society, and shouldn't be passed.
With laws like these, there is a diminishing return effect. The more of those laws you enact, the less freedom the people have, and the less "safer" each subsequent law makes society.
#343 - superwoofer (04/22/2013) [-]
Stricter regulations and control affects the supply. Criminals get their guns illegally, from people that have aquired them legally. Reduce the number of random houses with easily-picked guns and increase the punishment for being caught with an unregistered firearm and you start having a tangible impact. (copied from anon below)

gun control laws do indeed make society safer so they should be passed thanks for making my argument for me friend
User avatar #468 - Zarke (04/23/2013) [-]
Why should someone who isn't harming anyone be punished for what someone else *might* do? And even if that were the case, that does nothing to stem the supply of guns coming in illegally from Mexico, who in turn gets them smuggled in from places like Russia or China. Really, you're just disarming the people who don't need to be disarmed for the sake of inconveniencing a few people who, if sufficiently determined, will deal with being inconvenienced.

There are instances where gun control has worked, and places where it hasn't. You can't just outright say it makes society safer, because there are just as many (if not more) examples disproving this as there are proving it. It's worked in many places in Europe (arguably), but it's failed in places like Mexico and many Liberal cities in the U.S. with strict gun control laws and murder rates that rival 3rd world warzones. Looking at the U.S.'s history with gun control, their distribution of wealth and education... I'd say they're more likely to go the route of Mexico than they are the route of modern Germany (I specify because gun control didn't make the Jews any safer back in WWII).
User avatar #272 - volleys (04/22/2013) [-]
Bud, its already illegal to kill someone. And by the way guns are one of the least likely ways to get murdered in the US. Hands, bats, and knives are all more common.
User avatar #260 - chiefrunnyjeans (04/22/2013) [-]
Good people follow laws, bad people break them. More gun laws are pointless because they only restrict good people, not bad people. simple logic
#269 - superwoofer (04/22/2013) [-]
i'm so fucking mad
"Good people follow laws, bad people break them. Laws against stealing are pointless because they only restrict good people, not bad people. Simple logic." Do you support taking down laws against stealing as well? It's literally the exact same
argument

So either you're in support of taking down every law against bad things (so like 99% percent of all laws), or you're just making a shitty argument because you want to be able to have a gun for some fucking reason
User avatar #288 - chiefrunnyjeans (04/22/2013) [-]
I am in support of good laws. Stealing is obviously bad and so is murder and so on. This isn't a law btw. This is a right. I have a right to have whatever gun I want. I have a right to have as many bullets as I want. I have a right to have my 50 round snail drum mags. And I have a right to have my 4 "assault weapons" (Which aren't actually assault weapons if you knew anything about guns.) You know why? Because I'm an American and my grandfather and those before him fought for those rights. And pertaining to the picture, i am in support of armed guards in schools.
#306 - superwoofer (04/22/2013) [-]
armed guards i.e. policemen i.e. people who can already own big ass guns but whatever

literally what is the purpose of a 50 round magazine other than killing a LOT of people? u dont use it in hunting do u? (u might use it in target shooting but im ok with making shooting range guns 100% legal)

the "right" to have a much more efficient method of killing isnt a right its just stupid and if that offends you because you wanna have a big gun to make up for your lack of any other redeeming qualities then thats a personal problem that you have to conquer yourself

in summary fuck you who the fuck cares about a right to own a personal minigun or whatever im not ok with making instruments of mass killing readily available because i care about american people. i dont want them to get shot by some psycho just because ur grand-dad fought in a war or whatever
#293 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/22/2013) [-]
Your right to own a gun for fun ends at the point where other peoples right to a safe enviroment begins.

This argument is nothing but selfish assholery.
#264 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/22/2013) [-]
Saying logic does not somehow validate flawed reasoning.

Stricter regulations and control affects the supply. Criminals get their guns illegally, from people that have aquired them legally. Reduce the number of random houses with easily-picked guns and increase the punishment for being caught with an unregistered firearm and you start having a tangible impact.

The argument that criminals break laws is nothing but an excuse to be lazy.
User avatar #259 - LocoJoe (04/22/2013) [-]
Laws allow us to punish people. We haven't heard of stories where the ATF has done anything worth a damn. They can't even convict Hell's Angels and they had a guy under cover.

Also not to mention they botched a fucking operation and lost a machine gun.
www.jsonline.com/watchdog/watchdogreports/botched-atf-sting-in-milwaukee- ensnares-braindamaged-man-pk9d6or-201794871.html
#30 - >cute stuff put in the morbid channel as a joke 01/23/2013 on Hardcore intense fight +6
#10 - SPEND YOUR DAMN SKILL POINT 09/17/2012 on While playing Borderlands 2 +2
#65 - hahahaaha holy **** the title makes it 10 times funnier 09/13/2012 on PC 1 MAC 0 +1
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