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More concealed carry idiocy

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by 357WheelGun, Apr 16, 2008.

  1. 357WheelGun

    357WheelGun Well-Known Member

    From my Alma Matter:


  2. Gingerbreadman

    Gingerbreadman Well-Known Member

    Ow. That made my brain hurt...
  3. Kitchen_Duty

    Kitchen_Duty Well-Known Member

    Well he had me going for him being pro 2nd amendment but then... then it went downhill. keep fighting for our rights SCCC!
  4. 357WheelGun

    357WheelGun Well-Known Member

    I sent in a comment to the piece asking why people with carry permits were "more dominant" when it's people without permits (like the author herself) who are 5.5 times more likely to be convicted of a violent crime and over 13 times more likely to commit a non-violent crime. Seems to me that the people committing the crimes are the ones who are "more dominant" in the pejorative sense.
  5. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

    Another socialist in a snit.
  6. CB900F

    CB900F Well-Known Member


    Let me get this straight, the author of the communication is supposed to be a Republican, right? I fear for the future if that's so.

  7. Deer Hunter

    Deer Hunter Well-Known Member

    Jesus Christ, would someone just send this guy somewhere where he'll have to actually look after his own saftey for once in his pathetic existance?
  8. spyder1911

    spyder1911 Well-Known Member

    I fully support the SCCC and actually happen to be part of the Facebook group he refers to.
  9. Heartless_Conservative

    Heartless_Conservative Well-Known Member

    I think he gave up the last of his credibility when he refered to the Constitution as "just more legislation."
  10. trinydex

    trinydex Well-Known Member

    do you understand the purpose and philosophy of the constitution? it is a document that is very well thought out and holds universal principles of governing philosophy that can't possibly become "antiquated."

    it is no secret that guns or arms are the universal leveler, not only are they the final check on government (the constitution is a document founded on checking and balancing the inevitable statistics and difference in the spectrum of human diversity) but they are also the individual's most efficacious defense against personal violence.

    other things that are universal levelers, information and the unobstructed dissemination of it. this is consequently another protected, unalienable, self-evident right protected by the constitution and its bill of rights.

    please, just because you've become comfortable and complacent in your existence and understanding of philosophical politics, don't try to talk down on a document and institution that is far greater than you without some serious proof, evidence, data, or anything else besides a meandering opinion.
  11. Kind of Blued

    Kind of Blued Well-Known Member

    Does he know that he is free to move to a different country?

    The United States of America was developed to get rid of and away from people like him. He may have been born here, but he obviously belongs elsewhere.
  12. JCMAG

    JCMAG Well-Known Member

    Deer Hunter, unfortunately for that sot, he is where he is responsible for his own safety -- reality. Wish I could say the same thing about his head...

    Here is an idea: Everytime someone like this says something stupid, tell them to shut-up 'cause their first amendment, that antiquated piece of legislature, has been repealed.

    They shouldn't have nothing to fear... they're like ostriches... they can't see the threat because their heads are stuffed up a hole and that's okay with them, because if they can't see it, it can't see them.
  13. oneslowgun

    oneslowgun Well-Known Member

    Those who place more emphasis on "ego" rather than "intellect", often confuse "confidence" with "arrogance". (OSG 2001) In this case, the author has managed not only to confuse both, but also at the same time somehow lump them both together.

    Where I come from, we called people who thought like this "The weird uncle" or "The drunk uncle", and we never left him alone with the children.
  14. papajohn

    papajohn Well-Known Member

    I say we hire a mugger to explain the concepts of "Reality" and "Lawful Self-Defense" to this idiot.

  15. coloradokevin

    coloradokevin Well-Known Member

    People like this guy are responsible for the laws and loopholes that have punctuated the second ammendment for years.

    At least he is honest in not believing in it, which is more than I can say for most anti-gun Americans.

    Right... The objects are responsible for violence. The people behind the weapon had nothing to do with it. Without legal guns, there would obviously be no violence in this country. No stabbings, no shootings with stolen guns, no beatings... Gosh, it would be a dandy place if only we could take all of the guns away from people who choose to follow the law. The criminals, after all, appear very concerned about laws.

    Right you are!

    Really? So, the premise of the second ammendment was that we do have the right to keep and bear arms, as this guy pointed out in his previous quote... But, I guess he must be the one charged with determining where and when this right applies?

    I love it when folks try to mold the laws to fit their point of view.

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