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What is better, no guns, or more guns?


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1 minute ago, Tiberius said:

Everyone should wear it! 

Just saying in the Shoutbox someone said a retired Police officer tried to stop him but the armor protected the shooter and the officer was killed.

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Yes, body armor. Seemed to surrender easily once law enforcement arrived in numbers. Appears to be an outsider. Sadly, a retired BPD Officer working security at the store bravely engaged the suspect and was killed in the process. RIP

No Tibs, not going to wear body armor  but do as you wish. I’ll take my chances. 

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11 minutes ago, Boatdrinks said:

Sadly, a retired BPD Officer working security at the store bravely engaged the suspect and was killed in the process. RIP


absolutely heartbreaking 

 

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33 minutes ago, Warcodered said:

I mean he was wearing body armor.

 

You get hit with body armor on and you will go down. 

 

Not to mention he surrendered once other weapons showed up.

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1 hour ago, BillStime said:

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You know the person is a piece of ***** when they take any tragedy to stand on a political statement. 

 

Here's the hat bud, wear it with pride. 

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10 minutes ago, Boyst62 said:

You know the person is a piece of ***** when they take any tragedy to stand on a political statement. 

 

Here's the hat bud, wear it with pride. 

Disgusting on all levels… the original Tweet and the person who posted the Tweet.

 

cheap, gutter partisan politics in the midst of a local tragedy.

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2 minutes ago, BuffaninSarasota said:

Disgusting on all levels… the original Tweet and the person who posted the Tweet.

 

cheap, gutter partisan politics in the midst of a local tragedy.

This is PPP. Folks like him give it the bad name it maintains. 

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15 minutes ago, Boyst62 said:

You know the person is a piece of ***** when they take any tragedy to stand on a political statement. 

 

Here's the hat bud, wear it with pride. 

Francis doesn’t understand that criminals don’t follow laws. Also kind of hard to reconcile being “ pro -abortion” and being outraged at a criminal pulling a trigger. 

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On 4/14/2022 at 4:54 PM, leh-nerd skin-erd said:

Wait...seriously...you prefer the 'cower in terror', 'stampede wildly over anyone in your path', and/or wait the 20 minutes for the police or social worker to come and de-escalate in this situation?   Me, I would prefer to be standing next to the off-duty officer who plugged this luantic in the head as he began his reign of terror.   Absent the off duty police officer, I'd prefer to be next to the sensible gun owner who plugged this lunatic in the head as he began his reign of terror.   

 

 

 

 

 

of coarse he would.  victims only know how to be victims. 

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More guns = better. Obviously not from a crime perspective, but from a freedom and anti-authority perspective, and self-preservation perspective.

 

Why does the state get to hold a monopoly on force? I don't need to roll out all of the states throughout history that have abused that monopoly and made aggression towards people legal, just or not. I'd rather deal with the consequences of having guns exist than give it up and have no defence whatsoever against an abusive state.

 

Secondly, crime is always going to exist, and abolition never works. Drugs, sex, porn, abortion, the list goes on. Guns wouldn't be any different.

 

The slippery slope of this is tremendous. Okay, less guns, what's next? No knives? No forks? No tridents? When does this lunacy end? 

 

It's disappointing foolish people throughout history have willingly given up their rights for non-existent promised security. It's a tragic comedy. 

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