How do you feel about gun control? Got a great discussion tonight with Senior D.A. from Los Angeles. My read is this. I have a weapon in my home, and no one is going to take it away from me, but I do have a big question. Why do we need high capacity ammo clips on assault weapons? Seems like there is only once use for them. I mean they don’t let us have a rocket or a tank in my backyard that actually works either. I just hate when I see the cops out gunned by the bad guys too! I hate control, but why do you think the two sides can’t come up with a compromise? Sounds like politicians, doesn’t it?


  1. Raymon

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  2. Nomyar

    @Raymon – If you really hate to point out spelling errors, do what your parents should have taught you to do: If you were doing something self-embarassing while we were in public together, I would whisper in your ear, not yell it out. Send an email, don’t be an ass.

    @Mary Jane – Love you, but don’t be too sure you won’t have your gun taken away. I’ve had one stolen from me before.

    As for assault rifles and high capacity mags, my assertion is that only fully automatic long guns are assault rifles. The others are imitations to placate us.

    Did you know that in Switzerland, fully automatic weapons were sold by the military to the citizenry until 2001? Yet they haven’t had a mass shooting in almost 15 years, even though they have the highest gun ownership rate per capita in the world?

    The problem isn’t just about ownership of weapons. It is about ownership of responsibility, which is sadly lacking in many aspects of American culture.


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