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    NRA Blamed for Shooting.

    Nothing makes my blood boil more than liberals pointing their fingers at the NRA and
    blaming us for a tragic shooting.

    This is an article you will agree with...

    Shooting Spree gets blamed on NRA....wow this is WRONG!

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    Some sheeple!!!
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    Yeah I'm sorry for this dad and the other families of this evil act. I get annoyed too but this is just going to be the process when stuff like this happens. More gun control, blah blah.

    What really irks me though is you know if a gunman walking into a mall or something and was about to do a mass shooting and ccw permit holder put him down the media wouldn't bring it up. They would make every effort to make sure you didn't hear about it.

    I swear they relish in these tragic shootings cause they view it as more ammo in their anti-gun argument. I seriously don't get how people don't understand that PEOPLE KILL PEOPLE, not guns, knives, bombs, etc. An evil person will find a way to carry out evil. Only thing we can control is our ability to act and fight it.

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    I have been participating in an on-going discussion regarding this topic on Facebook. It is indeed eye-openning. LOTS of emotion and literal hate-speech directed at the NRA AND gun-owners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaplain Scott View Post
    I have been participating in an on-going discussion regarding this topic on Facebook. It is indeed eye-openning. LOTS of emotion and literal hate-speech directed at the NRA AND gun-owners.
    Im convinced that all the hate speech and insulting language from the left brought the gun community together against them. They were their own worst enemy.
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    Along with the USING of the dead children @ SH - and now the ignoring of the knife and BMW damages done- even many "anti gun" folks see how foolish this time around some are acting...

    Quote Originally Posted by StormRhydr View Post
    Im convinced that all the hate speech and insulting language from the left brought the gun community together against them. They were their own worst enemy.
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    I didn't know the NRA was in the drug business.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by OutdoorEnvy View Post
    Yeah I'm sorry for this dad and the other families of this evil act. I get annoyed too but this is just going to be the process when stuff like this happens. More gun control, blah blah.

    What really irks me though is you know if a gunman walking into a mall or something and was about to do a mass shooting and ccw permit holder put him down the media wouldn't bring it up. They would make every effort to make sure you didn't hear about it.

    I swear they relish in these tragic shootings cause they view it as more ammo in their anti-gun argument. I seriously don't get how people don't understand that PEOPLE KILL PEOPLE, not guns, knives, bombs, etc. An evil person will find a way to carry out evil. Only thing we can control is our ability to act and fight it.
    I stopped feeling sorry for this "dad" when he had a prepared anti-freedom speech and continued to dance on his son's corpse.
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    Blame anything and everything except the shooter. That's the new American way!
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    Speaking as a father and grandfather . . . Perhaps, the father could have been a bit more involved in his son's life and prevented this event.

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    The victim's father apparently did try. The shooter's "father" not so much.
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    The "MSM" sure is running this "for all it's worth" and you cannot miss the use of "Shooter" ignoring the car & the stabbing deaths..........Pathetic
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    Denial is one of the early stages of grief, as is anger. The problem is that this father and others like him who have gone through some highly traumatic event are being used by politicians and a media with a clear bias. The grieving process used to be a very personal thing, but is now being both televised and exploited by disgusting people who would do anything to advance their agenda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinman517 View Post
    Speaking as a father and grandfather . . . Perhaps, the father could have been a bit more involved in his son's life and prevented this event.
    His dad was too busy taking pix of womens buttocks for being involved in his son's life. Parents are responsible for raising kids, no matter what problems they run into.
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    In todays society, everyone is to blame, except the person doing the act. For some it makes them feel better about themselves, rather than taking responsibility for there own deficits.....
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