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  • Shoot_it_Al
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    Safer to give up your money and then have to beg for you and your families life to scum that doesn't value anything (other than your shoes or what color clothes your wearing) much less life itself. That's brilliant logic there. Good luck with that.

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  • madyaks
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    Originally posted by Shoot_it_Al+Mar 1 2004, 02:37 AM-->
    QUOTE(Shoot_it_Al @ Mar 1 2004, 02:37 AM)

  • Shoot_it_Al
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    Originally posted by madyaks@Feb 29 2004, 11:33 PM
    but I don't care if someone else feels the need to carry
    But what about when "someone" misses what they are shooting at and kills a bystander?
    Criminals are already doing this.

    A guy I used to work with died from a stray bullet while cleaning out his car. These stories are in the news all the time. It is interesting that you don't want law abiding people to have guns to protect themselves while the criminals have them.

    Nobody WANTS to get in a shootout with anybody. If you could guarantee that after I just "give them the money" that they'd leave without shooting or stabbing me or my family, I could live with that, but you can't exactly do that can you?

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  • madyaks
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    Originally posted by Damtoft@Mar 1 2004, 01:06 AM
    Yaks,

    I thought liberals were all about "choice"
    And I thought Republicans thought that government was supposed to stay out of peoples lives?
    I guess not in this case.
    People vote no, Republicans say you cannot decide for yourself.

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  • madyaks
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    Originally posted by Damtoft@Mar 1 2004, 01:06 AM
    Yaks,

    I thought liberals were all about "choice"
    Ah but back to disarming?

    As for choice, yes we are, and we had one, we voted NO.

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  • Damtoft
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    Yaks,

    I thought liberals were all about "choice"

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  • madyaks
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    Ah yes, just throw "disarming the public" out there.

    A very nice NRA sound bite.
    But not having a carry law is not disarming anyone.

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  • madyaks
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    Originally posted by Damtoft@Mar 1 2004, 12:43 AM
    One (possible) innocent bystander vs. all the lives that WILL be lost if citizens are forced to disarm.

    Your compassion is bowling me over.
    Who is forcing who to disarm?

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  • Damtoft
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    One (possible) innocent bystander vs. all the lives that WILL be lost if citizens are forced to disarm.

    Your compassion is bowling me over.

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  • madyaks
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    Originally posted by Damtoft@Mar 1 2004, 12:36 AM
    Happens all the time, right?

    LOL
    Once will be way too many.
    The people vote no, they force the law on us, and then some Kid gets killed because of the law?
    God help everyone involved if it's my kid.

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  • Damtoft
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    Happens all the time, right?

    LOL

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  • madyaks
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    but I don't care if someone else feels the need to carry
    But what about when "someone" misses what they are shooting at and kills a bystander?

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  • Rdog3933
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    Originally posted by Fishbone+Feb 29 2004, 11:14 PM-->
    QUOTE(Fishbone @ Feb 29 2004, 11:14 PM)

  • Fishbone
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    Originally posted by Damtoft@Feb 29 2004, 11:13 PM
    I don't.
    Hahaha, touche.

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  • Damtoft
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    I don't.

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