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If Gov't Regulation could provide a Safer Society.....

Discussion in 'Legal' started by .45&TKD, Apr 18, 2007.

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  1. .45&TKD

    .45&TKD Member

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    If more Government Regulation could provide us with a Safer Society, then our prisons would be the safest places on earth.

    Think about it. Despite 24 hour lockdown, despite 24 hour armed guard, our prisons are the most dangerous places in our society. How can this be? Despite the Government being in complete control, the prisons are rife with drugs, weapons, and assaults. (Just watch MSNBC on the weekend prison specials).

    I am so sick of the anti-gun media with their anti-logical arguments for more gun control and ultimately an unarmed/disarmed America, I just wanted to share a pro-gun argument that I think is original and convincing, at least to me.
     
  2. Mr.V.

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    "but all those people are just in there because society failed them..."
     
  3. MikePGS

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    Very true and well said. Actually someone here has this exact sentiment in his signature line... i can't quite recall who it is at the moment though.
     
  4. VARifleman

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    Yeah, and after it he has the correctional officers memorial page.
     
  5. Zundfolge

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    That attitude is a big part of the problem.

    People aren't in prison because society failed them, they are in prison because they failed society.
     
  6. LeonCarr

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    In a typical prison or jail setting, you can search an inmate, his/her housing area, or his/her property at any time for any reason. You have to have warrants and/or probable cause to do that in the freeworld.

    Armoredman has the signature talking total government control and prisons.

    Just my .02,
    LeonCarr
     
  7. Warren

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    If government were any good at anything Washington D.C. would be a paradise on earth.
     
  8. .45&TKD

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    Well then, all due credit to Armoredman.

    Hopefully, he will see this thread and chime in.
     
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