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Just now, XavierOnassis said:

That is not true: the percentage of guns to civilians is higher now than it ever was. And the guns are deadier. Ordinary citizens did not own gatling guns.

You are USELESS to this discussion.

you are a liar....and yes rich citizens that could afford gatling guns did own them.....so enough of your lies

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10 minutes ago, bigsky said:

you are a liar....and yes rich citizens that could afford gatling guns did own them.....so enough of your lies

NAME some rich person who owned  a Gatling gun in 1918. Name three. Bet you can't. I doubt you have the smarts to even find out.

 

You are an ignoramus and a troll, and are here only to insult people and be obnoxious.

There is vastly more firepower in civilian hands now than ever before. 

The more guns are in circulation, the more people are going to get shot and shoot themselves as well.

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47 minutes ago, TrumpBGoneSoon said:

Just to prove that the 2nd Amendment is up for interpretation.  

and I said the Supreme Court has ruled on that already....

every American Citizen has the right to bear arms!!!

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6 minutes ago, XavierOnassis said:

NAME some rich person who owned  a Gatling gun in 1918. Name three. Bet you can't. I doubt you have the smarts to even find out.

 

You are an ignoramus and a troll, and are here only to insult people and be obnoxious.

There is vastly more firepower in civilian hands now than ever before. 

The more guns are in circulation, the more people are going to get shot and shoot themselves as well.

https://www.gunbroker.com/Gatling-Gun/Browse.aspx?Keywords=Gatling+Gun

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26 minutes ago, XavierOnassis said:

You cannot  deport citizens or legal residents without cause, Nearly all the shooters were BORN HERE. 

and we wouldn't be so opposed to them if they focused their aggression on the Mexicans living here illegally and their anchor babies

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Way to dodge the question. YOu, a dimwit, choose to post in a thread about how to reduce gun violence that rich men owned Gatling guns 100 years ago. 

 

I asked you to give the named of THREE of them.

 

But all you posted was a place where some violent Bad word could buy an antique Gatling gun.

Most of these would be, of course, retired military weapons, not the personal Gatling gun of Henry Ford. J.Pierpont Morgan or perhaps Thomas Edison.

 

Deporting law abiding citizens is not the way to stop mass shootings in this country.

You  are a dummy and lack the ability to discuss anything intelligently. You are an ANGRY dummy  who cannot carry on an intelligent conversation about anything. At least so far that is your track record here.

 

By the way, FUIMOS means, "We fled", or "We ran away" in Latin. An appropriate motto, perhaps?

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2 hours ago, TrumpBGoneSoon said:

 

However, Guns are cheap and plentiful and often falling into the hands of people who abuse them to the point of getting a lot of other people killed.   . . .

 

 

I don't want to win this problem, I want to solve it.  

 

 

Most gun deaths in the USA are suicides and most of the homicides are criminals being criminals.

 

In many cities, the victims and the murderer are both "in the game" and are not responsive to  "gun control" as it is promoted.

 

Murders could be reduced 40% - 60% by focusing on the circumstances and those most likely to murder.

 

There is no need to make new laws that will only impact those least likely to commit a crime with a gun.

 

Here are my suggestions.  No citizen rights are at risk, all that is demanded is tofully enforce laws already on the books. 

If these ideas were implemented, I do believe murder would fall 50% in 2 years:

 

 

1) Enforce with vigor laws criminalizing the violent misuse of firearms.
2) Don't allow prosecutors to use weapons offenses as bargaining chips to be thrown out for guilty pleas for other charges.
3) Never allow the pleading down of felony gun charges to misdemeanors, especially violent misuse.
4) Mandate full time sentenced to be served for any violent misuse of a firearm.
5) Special streamlined courts and enhanced sentences for repeat offenders / felon in possession.
6) Demand (with severe penalty for public employees for non-compliance) that states maintain the most up-to-date database of prohibited persons possible (including mental illness - HIPPA be damned). and new additions be shared with the federal NICS system and all other states on a bi-weekly basis.
7) Increase funding for parole/probation programs for enforcement of conditions of release and tightening of controls on those under conditional release and oversight of the boards responsible for early release.
8) Increase funding for states / cities for FTA/fugitive recovery with a priority on violent offenders.
9) Enact nationwide concealed weapon permit reciprocity that no state or municipality can opt out of.

 

Of course these ideas would be resisted and denounced in the jurisdictions where it is most necessary to implement them.  The cities with the worst murder problem have turned away from punishing criminals and have instead chosen clearance rates over meting out justice.

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1 minute ago, Jeerleader said:

 

Most gun deaths in the USA are suicides and most of the homicides are criminals being criminals.

 

In many cities, the victims and the murderer are both "in the game" and are not responsive to  "gun control" as it is promoted.

 

Murders could be reduced 40% - 60% by focusing on the circumstances and those most likely to murder.

 

There is no need to make new laws that will only impact those least likely to commit a crime with a gun.

 

Here are my suggestions.  No citizen rights are at risk, all that is demanded is tofully enforce laws already on the books. 

If these ideas were implemented, I do believe murder would fall 50% in 2 years:

 

 

1) Enforce with vigor laws criminalizing the violent misuse of firearms.
2) Don't allow prosecutors to use weapons offenses as bargaining chips to be thrown out for guilty pleas for other charges.
3) Never allow the pleading down of felony gun charges to misdemeanors, especially violent misuse.
4) Mandate full time sentenced to be served for any violent misuse of a firearm.
5) Special streamlined courts and enhanced sentences for repeat offenders / felon in possession.
6) Demand (with severe penalty for public employees for non-compliance) that states maintain the most up-to-date database of prohibited persons possible (including mental illness - HIPPA be damned). and new additions be shared with the federal NICS system and all other states on a bi-weekly basis.
7) Increase funding for parole/probation programs for enforcement of conditions of release and tightening of controls on those under conditional release and oversight of the boards responsible for early release.
8) Increase funding for states / cities for FTA/fugitive recovery with a priority on violent offenders.
9) Enact nationwide concealed weapon permit reciprocity that no state or municipality can opt out of.

 

Of course these ideas would be resisted and denounced in the jurisdictions where it is most necessary to implement them.  The cities with the worst murder problem have turned away from punishing criminals and have instead chosen clearance rates over meting out justice.

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Just now, Five By Five said:

Murders could be reduced 40% - 60% by focusing on the circumstances and those most likely to murder.

Cannabis legalization could make this a reality

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1 hour ago, TrumpBGoneSoon said:

Just to prove that the 2nd Amendment is up for interpretation.  

 

No, it isn't , . . .  At least not in the way you mean.

 

SCOTUS has held for going on 140 years that the right to arms is not granted by the 2nd Amendment thus the right does not in any manner depend on the Constitution for its existence. 

 

That means that "interpreting" words that the right does not depend upon, into creating conditions and qualifications on the right, is illogical and anti-constitutional.

 

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7 minutes ago, Jeerleader said:

 

No, it isn't , . . .  At least not in the way you mean.

 

SCOTUS has held for going on 140 years that the right to arms is not granted by the 2nd Amendment thus the right does not in any manner depend on the Constitution for its existence. 

 

That means that "interpreting" words that the right does not depend upon, into creating conditions and qualifications on the right, is illogical and anti-constitutional.

 

Man.. people are killiing people everday with guns

 

 

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3 hours ago, TrumpBGoneSoon said:

Just to prove that the 2nd Amendment is up for interpretation.  

 

Only if you are ignorant or illiterate.

 

 

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2 hours ago, XavierOnassis said:

You cannot  deport citizens or legal residents without cause, Nearly all the shooters were BORN HERE. 

 

A third-worlder is a third-worlder is a third-worlder.  It DOES NOT matter WHERE he was born.

 

Negroes and mestizos have DRAMATICALLY HIGHER rates of violence than do those of us of Western European descent.

 

You really do need to tell your handlers to provide you with more information.

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3 hours ago, XavierOnassis said:

That is not true: the percentage of guns to civilians is higher now than it ever was. And the guns are deadier. Ordinary citizens did not own gatling guns.

You are USELESS to this discussion.

 

Estimated 1.4 million gang members with an unknown number of guns that are not legal. Registered people turn in their guns and then it is open season hunting on humans.

 

Police statement 30 years ago: We know where all the gang members are, Yeah Chongo figured that you did.

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2 hours ago, Jeerleader said:

 

No, it isn't , . . .  At least not in the way you mean.

 

SCOTUS has held for going on 140 years that the right to arms is not granted by the 2nd Amendment thus the right does not in any manner depend on the Constitution for its existence. 

 

That means that "interpreting" words that the right does not depend upon, into creating conditions and qualifications on the right, is illogical and anti-constitutional.

 

The federal court did rule that AR-15's are not protected by the 2nd Amendment.   So it is up for interpretation.  

 

COURT RULES SECOND AMENDMENT DOESN’T PROTECT AR-15, ASSAULT RIFLES AND LARGE-CAPACITY MAGAZINES

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2 hours ago, Jeerleader said:

 

Most gun deaths in the USA are suicides and most of the homicides are criminals being criminals.

 

In many cities, the victims and the murderer are both "in the game" and are not responsive to  "gun control" as it is promoted.

 

Murders could be reduced 40% - 60% by focusing on the circumstances and those most likely to murder.

 

There is no need to make new laws that will only impact those least likely to commit a crime with a gun.

 

Here are my suggestions.  No citizen rights are at risk, all that is demanded is tofully enforce laws already on the books. 

If these ideas were implemented, I do believe murder would fall 50% in 2 years:

 

 

1) Enforce with vigor laws criminalizing the violent misuse of firearms.
2) Don't allow prosecutors to use weapons offenses as bargaining chips to be thrown out for guilty pleas for other charges.
3) Never allow the pleading down of felony gun charges to misdemeanors, especially violent misuse.
4) Mandate full time sentenced to be served for any violent misuse of a firearm.
5) Special streamlined courts and enhanced sentences for repeat offenders / felon in possession.
6) Demand (with severe penalty for public employees for non-compliance) that states maintain the most up-to-date database of prohibited persons possible (including mental illness - HIPPA be damned). and new additions be shared with the federal NICS system and all other states on a bi-weekly basis.
7) Increase funding for parole/probation programs for enforcement of conditions of release and tightening of controls on those under conditional release and oversight of the boards responsible for early release.
8) Increase funding for states / cities for FTA/fugitive recovery with a priority on violent offenders.
9) Enact nationwide concealed weapon permit reciprocity that no state or municipality can opt out of.

 

Of course these ideas would be resisted and denounced in the jurisdictions where it is most necessary to implement them.  The cities with the worst murder problem have turned away from punishing criminals and have instead chosen clearance rates over meting out justice.

I respect your list but I have to wonder why it hasn't been implemented yet.  And I have to wonder how much of that is because of the Modern NRA.  

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11 minutes ago, TrumpBGoneSoon said:

The federal court did rule that AR-15's are not protected by the 2nd Amendment.   So it is up for interpretation.  

 

COURT RULES SECOND AMENDMENT DOESN’T PROTECT AR-15, ASSAULT RIFLES AND LARGE-CAPACITY MAGAZINES

 

It means that even a Progressive Federal Judge is involved in the Treason.

 

The Supreme Court will iron this out... along with the Abortion issue, very shortly.

 

Second-_Amendment--620x358.jpg

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4 hours ago, rippy38 said:

Give me a smooth bore 6 pounder loaded with grapeshot, and I'll kill a hell of a lot more than 17, in a lot less than 4 minutes.

Is that a gun you used a hundred years ago? 

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1 minute ago, Blue Devil said:

 

It means that even Progressive Federal Judges are involved in the Treason.

 

The Supreme Court will iron this out... along with the Abortion issue, very shortly.

 

Second-_Amendment--620x358.jpg

Are gun owners now part of a "Well Regulated Militia?"  

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6 minutes ago, TrumpBGoneSoon said:

Is that a gun you used a hundred years ago? 

 

Is that computer you are writing with used a hundred years ago?

 

Is it still protected by the 4th Amendment?

 

6db51c182a8791cf663c24c4eb7c3651--quill-

 

 

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2 minutes ago, TrumpBGoneSoon said:

Are gun owners now part of a "Well Regulated Militia?"  

 

Ignorance or illiteracy - is no excuse for misunderstanding the Constitution.

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Blue Devil said:

 

Ignorance or illiteracy - is no excuse for misunderstanding the Constitution.

 

 

 

 

Doesn't quite address the issue.   But I hope we can still have a civil discussion.

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