GUN CDC says their studies thus far suggest gun control laws aren't working.

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  1. uflathead

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    Impact of Gun Control Laws Questioned

    I wonder what the gungrabbers will try to say now:rolleyes:

    http://apnews.excite.com/article/20031003/D7TUCBA00.html
     
  2. uflathead

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    nobody?:hs:
     
  3. Mugatu

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    guns good, people bad
     
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  5. uflathead

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    you're a lazy fuck that needs to read the article:fawk:
     
  6. LOtown

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    Gun control laws will never decrease violent gun usage. Criminal's (who commit use guns in violent crimes) do not care if they are breaking the law... :slap:
     
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  8. thewise1

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    :werd:

    and they get them on the black market, so they will get them whether or not we can get em.
     
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    No shit.

    Thugs don't buy guns from kmart...tey buy them from jethro at in da hood
     
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    Naturally, Brady says the answer is more gun control laws. :rolleyes:


    i think we can now safely say the fight is on for September 2004. :hs:







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    the fight HAS been on. if not with the politicians, with the general public. i'm sure we've all had to listen to some moron babbling on about the evils of guns despite our injecture of the facts.
     
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    I could have told you that :dunno:
     
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    i don't think it'll be a major issue with presidential candidates. the democrats who want to capture the moderates know that gun control is pretty much a losing issue for them. people are growing tired of it on the whole. they see increasing gov't control, but no results. bush has said already that he "supports the current law as it is," meaning, as it stands to sunset. the only politicians who will make waves about it are the extremists and the democrats whose constituency is so liberal as to go along with it wholeheartedly. that doesn't mean give up the fight because we've already won, it just means take on the attitude of the offense, not the defense. don't just let it sunset, work to get other things lifted. many times, this is better accomplished on a state level than a federal level.

    my best friend, who is also the guy that i always talk about who has all the cool firearms, works as a political consultant for many of the GA republicans, and knows personally our governor, one of our senators, and john linder, my congressional rep. i've suggested that he talk to linder and other members of congress and try to get them to talk to the president about lifting the executive order against surplusing US military ammo. clinton enacted the thing, and now that ammo is going to be drying up, it's time we started selling our own stuff back to our own citizens. the gov't would make some money, and we wouldn't have to buy it from out of the country quite as much.
     
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    Aren't you from England? Why is your english so bad?
     
  20. Joe_Cool

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    And what is your unbiased source of facts? Oh, my bad. You don't present any facts. They just get in the way of your position. :rolleyes.


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  21. Joe_Cool

    Joe_Cool Never trust a woman or a government. Moderator

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    Do you really think the government WANTS people to have guns? You're kidding, right?

    But it should, since that's a key point in the Constitution that defines the US government.
     

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