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Re: As an owner of multiple guns


@BA Deere wrote:

Canada and the US are apples & oranges, different demographics, the cold keeps some riff-raff out if you will.  But people in Canada do have guns...probably more than you`d want to see Canuck, but Canada isn`t exactly a "gun free zone".


You are correct, 2 different countries.

Not sure demographics has anything to do with it but what each society thinks and allows does have an impact.

 

Never said we were a gun free zone BUT we do have far fewer guns per person than the US.

 

According to this 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Number_of_guns_per_capita_by_country

30 per 100 citizens while the US had 112 per 100

 

 

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Small towns can`t afford a town cop and depend on the county sheriff to occassionally patrol their community.  They may go a day or two with no presence of law enforcement, the communities have essentially no crime  especially viloent crime because everybody is armed..and the churches outnumber the bars, might also have something to do with it.

 

I`ve seen small towns go down hill too though, because riff-raff moves in because of that lack of law enforcement, the orginal residences are in their eighties, so the young hoodlums have a cop-free town to do their dope and hell raising.

 

Each armed citizen in a community is a "quiet deputy", just the knowledge a community has pride and is armed is a huge deterrent to crime that is hard to always quantify.  I guess Knapper if you were a criminal, would you rather committ a home invasion of a known armed family or a family with a "Hillary" lawn sign and a damned Prius with a bumpersticker "Make Love not War" in the driveway?

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Re: As an owner of multiple guns

All it takes is a gun in the wrong person`s hand to have a tragedy, my weapons have never taken a human life and I pray to God that it stays that way.

 

With your statisics Canuck, why don`t you take our biggest 3rd world cesspool, crime ridden Democrat ran cities out of your data.  Take out Detroit, Chicago, StLouis, East LA, Memphis...take out all those liberal "gun free zones" and you will see that America is a very very peaceful nation.

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Re: As an owner of multiple guns


bruce MN wrote: As an owner of multiple guns
I found the numbers in here interesting: http://mobile.nytimes.com/2015/10/07/opinion/who-the-nra-really-speaks-for.html Only 4-5 million? I thought it would be many multiple times that.

What the heck does your claim of multiple gun ownership have to do with anything you said? Did you think saying you have multiple gun would give you any credibility?

 

Your postings are nothing more than ramblings from a drug reduced mind? 

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Re: As an owner of multiple guns


@Canuck_2 wrote:

@BA Deere wrote:

Canada and the US are apples & oranges, different demographics, the cold keeps some riff-raff out if you will.  But people in Canada do have guns...probably more than you`d want to see Canuck, but Canada isn`t exactly a "gun free zone".


You are correct, 2 different countries.

Not sure demographics has anything to do with it but what each society thinks and allows does have an impact.

 

Never said we were a gun free zone BUT we do have far fewer guns per person than the US.

 

According to this 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Number_of_guns_per_capita_by_country

30 per 100 citizens while the US had 112 per 100

 

 


You see Canuck you don't have this in Canada. Obama wants to criminalise the innocent and then let the criminals go free. He supplied the drug lords with guns while they were in Mexico and now he gives them sanctuary after committing crimes in this country. We have the second amendment to protect ourselves when the government refuses to prosecute those it views as being above the law.

 

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The list of sanctuary cities has grown to more than 340, and they shielded an average of 1,000 immigrants a month from deportation last year — and more than 2,000 of those released have been arrested for yet more crimes, according to a report released Thursday by the Center for Immigration Studies.

Among those released are illegal immigrants accused of murder and brutal assaults, said Jessica Vaughan, the report’s author.

 

The report was released just as the Senate was poised to begin debating legislation to crack down on sanctuary jurisdictions.

 

Indeed, hours after the report was released, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Kentucky Republican, set up an early test vote this month on a bill that would crack down on sanctuaries. The proposed legislation would take away some federal grant money and distribute it to counties and cities that cooperate with federal authorities.

Sanctuary cities exploded onto front pages in July, when a Kathryn Steinle, a 32-year-old woman, was killed while walking with her father in San Francisco, and an illegal immigrant released by the county was charged with the shooting.

 

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/oct/8/number-of-sanctuary-cities-grows-to-340-thousands-/

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Re: Question BA

BA, with Nappy and the rest of the fruitcake liberals, they are too immersed in the democratic propaganda to understand the illustration of being a "soft" liberal and the invitation to criminals.

 

Liberalism is a luxury that a secure, well run country can afford for a generation or two, and then payback kicks in. Its just like the hardworking farmer that amasses a farm of the county, and two generations later the soft grandkids are back to not owning anything.

 

Speaking of which, that long haired Mills heir and his family are selling out of the fleet stores. Should give him more time for politics, boating, and growing his hair out.

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Hey Red, it`s kind of interesting watching the evolution of some of these liberals during the Obama administration.  Schurrbart was a bit of a gun nut just a few short years ago, Knappster is a outdoor man with his dogs and arrowheads and stuff, probably has/had a few guns, even GTO was a avid reloader with his model airplanes and stuff.  They would say "Oh no Obama ain`t gonna take your guns, you`re just paranoid"  well, here we are deep into Obama`s 2nd term and those aforementioned liberals after being fed a steady anti-gun rhetoric have finally drunk the last glass of their prescribed Kool-Aid.  Obama and them are dancing around, but they all have quietly came to the same conclusion of banning guns like Australia for a model.

 

I didn`t know the heir to Fleet Farm is a hippie.  Fleet Farm is pro-Gun, pro veteran, pro America, there must be good people running it, while the hippie heir is out doping away the inheritance.  Probably a good thing if it`s sold in order to save it.   Well, like Hormel meat packing the way it sounds some of the heirs are all sorts of scum bums too.

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Re: Question BA

You are incorrectly assuming that we lefties are corrupted by a so called liberal influence. When in fact we have been influenced by the mindless babble of the NRA and the right.  Far more lefties are persuaded by the inflexability of the right.  Look at your own house leadership with forty teabaggers making it impossible to lead. In fact anyone would be fool to take that job because there is no possibility of success. Aparty that expects their leaders to produce the impossible. Hardball politics and threatening to shut the government down is going to persuade who? You? Coersion is not a valid policy and you will find that out along with Donald Trump.

 

The art of the deal does not include coersion. It requires compromise