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A pro gun response to the Connecticut School Shooting.

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Added: Dec-15-2012 Occurred On: Dec-14-2012
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Tags: Connecticut school shooting, school shooting, gun, connecticut,
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  • I'm no gun hater, but armed guards in schools is a sure sign your society has failed.
    Why not have every postal worker carry an assault rifle, they go from house to house, building to building..?
    I think we all know why we don't arm postal workers, why should it be different for teachers?
    The biggest hole in this guys argument (and there are many) is you don't know who is going to flip.
    Touchy subject and I don't imagine any worthwhile answeres will be found to some very important questions.
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  • Another thing, if a mall shooting starts and you see someone running with a gun, how would you even know WHO WAS THE SHOOTER if multiple people were running around with guns drawn?

    I love how some people think the answer to mass shootings is MORE GUNS.

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    • @Huggles

      Yep. The gun lobby would advocate gun ownership no matter if gun violence stayed constant or went up or went down.

      I think they would never accept any situation in which they would acknowledge a drastic restriction of gun ownership.

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    • @junkers I hate to say it, but it's almost like America needs a mass shooting where armed citizens show up and massacre each other accidentally, each hero-wannabe suspecting each other is the original mass-shooter, before anything will change.

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    • @Huggles

      True

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  • I stopted watching from 00:44. Because i prefer to have a psycho running with a knife after me than one just standing 50 meters after me with a gun. Who do you think has the most chance to kill me?

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  • Can't see tears. Needs more fake tan.

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  • If someone shoots 20 kids, something is wrong. Obviously.
    If shootings like this start to happen on a regular basis, it's not just wrong - it's a symptom. A symptom of something deeper than just U.S. gun culture. There are as many guns per capita in other countries and they don't have massacres on a regular basis.

    No, there is something very wrong deep within U.S. society.

    Of course, the first reaction by people from the U.S. is to dissociate him- or herself from the shooter, to make him an &q More..

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    • @Uac_mitun_ahau
      "There are as many guns per capita in other countries and they don't have massacres on a regular basis."

      oh yea?! where ya live babe that itpermits you to think such bullshit?

      this vid starts out telling that 22 kids were stabbed to death in china.

      yet your claim is that this only happens in the u.s.?

      i ask again, " what world ya livin in babe?"

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    • @mongoose I didn't say horrible things like this do happen elsewhere.

      They do.

      But certainly not in this frequency, with those casualties.

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    • @Uac_mitun_ahau

      Correct

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    • @Uac_mitun_ahau
      oh really?

      well i certaily beg to differ.
      starting sith the 22 kids stabbed to death in china.

      then i will continue with the endless $s of kids that have fallin victims to suicide bombers in the middle east.

      don't go using this tragedy in my country to make the rest of the world look good.

      cuz its a losing prop.

      you take yer "this only happens in america b.s. somewhere else. cuz im not stupid enough to believe it

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    • @mongoose

      His claim is that his happens in the USA ON A REGULAR BASIS, unlike in other countries.

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  • Arm teachers? Arm the principle?

    Yes, that will solve this. >shakes head<

    Fuck man. That is not going to solve anything. Lose the hero complex.

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  • We're jumping into a world of extremes now, trying to disarm the people would take many generations to succeed. Meanwhile the criminals would still have their guns and have free reign. Guns were created in a time when people killed other people with hatchets and spears and knives as the best way to protect themselves. Now we have guns but they aren't being used properly because their full use is being held back by the weaklings who think the world is a perfect place. No guns means more horrific More..

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  • What? A reponse ?! NOw !?!
    Be decent at least faggot ! Time for you to STFU !
    ........

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  • 17minutes, try 30seconds.

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  • Lol! His answer? MORE GUNS!!! ROFL!

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  • Okay, I heard your pro arguments for the 2nd. let me give you once more my arguments, based some different facts:

    December 11, 2012. On Tuesday, 22-year-old Jacob Tyler Roberts killed 2 people and himself with a stolen rifle in Clackamas Town Center, Oregon. His motive is unknown.

    September 27, 2012. Five were shot to death by 36-year-old Andrew Engeldinger at Accent Signage Systems in Minneapolis, MN. Three others were wounded. Engeldinger went on a rampage after losing his job, ultimately ki More..

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    • @badMother
      -How many drink driving fatalities in that time frame?
      -How many cops shot bad guys in that timeframe?
      -How many law abiding americans shot perps defending their home in that timeframe?

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    • @mattb1974
      1) This is not about alcohol or drugs, the subject is guns. To make that comparison is a false argument.
      2) Police are not citizens, cop are entitled to use force when necessary.
      3) I don't know that numbers. I do know that the United States has notoriously liberal gun control laws, and it has the highest rate of gun ownership in the world — an average of 88 per 100 people, according to a 2007 Small Arms Survey:

      http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2012/12/14/schoo-sh More..

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    • @badMother
      -Still waiting for your call to ban the automobile.......

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    • @planestrainsautomobiles

      Why? The killer did not use a car to kill 27 persons in a single strike, but A GUN.

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    • @mattb1974

      a) Forget the comparison between cars and guns: If you take away cars the society and economy comes to a standstill
      b) Cops need to have arms. Nobody is arguing to disallow guns for law enforcement
      c) How many home and shop owners got shot before they could pull a gun.

      Btw: if I were a crim in the US, I would definitely take a gun with me and shoot first if I bump into the home owner unexpectedly, as he might have a weapon.

      In countries where gun ownership is restricted a perp doe More..

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  • If you watch this entire thing, then you are hereby compelled to vote me up. I don't expect to get any votes...

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  • No, it's not a problem in a worldwide basis. In China it happened once. In America happens four to five times each year. It's not a worldwide problem, is an American problem. Let's focus on why it happens so often in America, no why it happened once even in China.

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  • I have read a lot of the stupid responses. The people from other country's don't have an American past or share our history how can you understand? Still most of you believe in disarming us will fix the problem, it won't. I believe in arming people. Killers will always find weapons, I refuse to be a victim. I have a concealed weapons permit,I now will start to carry. If you have no spine and don't have the guts to pull the trigger on human scum I feel sorry for you. I would to save lives. I More..

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  • good lord

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  • owned guns all my life ,never fired one in anger or pulled one out,going today to pick out two new pistols,my guns are under control the nutz arent.sry keeping mine.the asylum inmates are running amok

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  • So what he is saying is American culture has spawned all these psychopaths and you need lots of responsible gun owners he save yourselves from yourselves. Can i just make the point that not one of these massacres have ended where a responsible gun owner has taken out the psychopath in a responsible or otherwise manner. Invariable the psychopath ends his own miserable existence way before anyone has a chance to first figure out what is going on and second respond to what is going on.

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  • I listened into this clip for almost 2 minutes.

    Gun supporters will *never* accept the simple fact that the easier and more distributed the access to guns is, the more likely you are going to encounter gun violence.
    To argue that the aim is to make every gun owner a responsible gun owner is like trying to make every car driver a responsible motorist ==> that will never happen.

    And another thing: most of the gun deaths in the US result from single death incidences and not massacres like in C More..

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    • @junkers
      It is a common fantasy that gun bans make society safer. In 2002 -- five years after enacting its gun ban -- the Australian Bureau of Criminology acknowledged there is no correlation between gun control and the use of firearms in violent crime. In fact, the percent of murders committed with a firearm was the highest it had ever been in 2006 (16.3 percent), says the D.C. Examiner.

      Even Australia's Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research acknowledges that the gun ban had no significant More..

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  • Life's hard. It's even harder when you're stupid! Jerk.

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  • so distraught you couldnt even wait until they were in the ground ??

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  • He's a funny one.

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  • This guy looks like he has a grenade up his ass, ready to explode

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  • In short: Do you want to kill the trade?

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