Thu Jan 17, 2013, 07:50 PM
Bucky (43,461 posts)
Most anti-gun-regulation arguments rest on the belief that swarms of ninjas plan to attack us.
And I will gladly concede the argument that, should there be a sudden outbreak of swarms of ninjas attacking, say, my place of business or recreation, a 30 round magazine semi-automatic will be just the tool for just that situation. In the meantime, however, I'm a little more concerned about red-faced screaming lunatics like Alex Jones and smarmy Machivellis like Wayne LaPierre walking around fully loaded and half cocked.
But that's just me.
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Most anti-gun-regulation arguments rest on the belief that swarms of ninjas plan to attack us. (Original post)
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Thu Jan 17, 2013, 09:08 PM
kairos12 (3,269 posts)
9. You Are Correct Sir
Zombie Barney Fifes, not with one bullet, but with an AR-15 with 30 rounds "protecting" the mall while stuffing their faces with pretzels and soda, that I fear.
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Thu Jan 17, 2013, 10:24 PM
arcane1 (35,423 posts)
10. It seems the most ostensibly patriotic people in the "Home of the Brave" live in fear
Constant fear. Media-stoked fear.
Underlying all of that is the fact that they've been fucked-over along with the rest of us all these years, but they blame it on imaginary causes and perpetrators