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Newtown: Put the Police State on the Table

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by maxsnafu, Dec 19, 2012.


  1. GlockWheeler

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    Interesting. All I can say is that every single officer I have personally spoken with from our surrounding area thinks the idea of a weapons ban is not only unconstitutional, but bad policy in general. Thge overall majority of LE on our side of the state tend to be very pro-2A. The problem, is that the majority of voters in Oregon are based in the more liberal leaning west side of the state.
     

  2. marchboom

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    I'll give up my guns when the Secret Service gives up theirs.
     
  3. series1811

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    Rank and file officers (not management) know that no gun law made will stop a crazy person from committing acts of violence with a gun if they get a notion to do it.

    We have made a decision, as a society, to quit locking nuts away in institutions. Fine, but we can't complain when one of the consequences of this decision is the occassional mass murder by a nut who should have been in an instituition.
     
  4. cowboy1964

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    That kind of argument isn't going to be very persuasive. Sorry, it just isn't.
     
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  5. Kilrain

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    Which argument are you referring to, the one in the linked article or one posted in the thread? Just curious.