Bloomberg: Working With Existing Gun Laws 'Just Preposterous'

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    "I don't think there's anybody, any rational person, that seriously could argue that what we have and the way we enforce it prohibits carnage,"
    Interesting logic, using the Governments own lack of willingness to enforce present laws as an excuse to give that same Government more powers. Rewarding them for not doing their jobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad426 View Post
    I'm not saying all knives should be banned, but we should at least ban the assault knives.
    You jest, but they've already done it. Try carrying a scary switchblade in most of the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlr1m View Post
    Interesting logic, using the Governments own lack of willingness to enforce present laws as an excuse to give that same Government more powers. Rewarding them for not doing their jobs.

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    Now that's some clever thinkin' right thar...

    Excellent analysis sir!
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    That 45 year 'death toll' that Bloomy mentioned has many factors behind it...things like...revolving door prison sentences, the explosion of drug use, the break-down of the family (which government policies/politicians encourage), the welfare & education systems, etc.
    It's interesting that NY's nanny would target the one thing that, if he had his way, would radically increase government power/control over its citizens/subjects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brass63 View Post
    That 45 year 'death toll' that Bloomy mentioned has many factors behind it...things like...revolving door prison sentences, the explosion of drug use, the break-down of the family (which government policies/politicians encourage), the welfare & education systems, etc.
    It's interesting that NY's nanny would target the one thing that, if he had his way, would radically increase government power/control over its citizens/subjects.
    All that matters to nannyberg is that the deaths involved guns, wouldn't matter if someone tripped over a gun and died, or saw a sign of a gunshop and crashed into a bag lady, hell a gun could've just been mentioned during an attack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaboomkaboom View Post
    Yesterday...dateline China....man stabs and kills 8 wounds others....word is it was a kitchen knife....Lets make kitchen utensils illegal...the laws controlling them obviously are not working....


    BBC News - Chinese teenager 'kills eight in knife attack'
    Yeah, how's all that knife control working in the UK?

    When knives are outlawed, only..... you know how it ends.
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    The fact that a blatant fascist like him can maintain political power and credibility in this country is what's preposterous.

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    People who always travel w/ their own personal security team should ease up when it comes to calling for greater gun control.
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    The world isn't quite perfect for Bloomberg until the only folks allowed to have guns are his security detail.
    The easy way is always mined.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Once View Post
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    What existing law fails to address is the lunacy of the turnstyle approach to justice ...

    What existing law fails to address is the lunacy of criminalizing upstanding citizens for daring to take responsibility for their own safety ...

    What political hacks who treat the People like subjects fail to recognize is: the "gravy train" ain't the point. (The People seem to fail to recognize this, as well.)
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    His misuse of oxygen is preposterous.
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    The maximum effective range of an excuse is zero meters.

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    Check out the term, "Blithering Idiot", you'll find a picture of Bloomy as an example of one. The man needs to take his money and crawl back under the rock escaped from.
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    Bloomberg is your Typical left wing Nut Job who thinks Everybody should live according to his Utopian ideals. He would have made a Good German Official in WW11.

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    He'll make a good latrine boy in WW III.


    The maximum effective range of an excuse is zero meters.

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    I sometimes wish that Bloomberg would find where Jimmy Hoffa is buried...

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