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Of course all that is true, when you already have an axe to grind and you're trying make a specific point come hell or high water. How many millions of folks who've had guns, lived with guns, their whole lives and never had a problem over centuries.
If you want to commit suicide you can find all kinds of ways to do. Maybe we should do something about cars since some folks try to kill themselves that way. Or, you should have to register rope because some people hang themselves. And on and on....
Obama is the gun salesman of the year again so why are the Liberals complaining.
I would rather have a firearm to protect myself from the looney Liberals and their Tyrant Government masters that they worship so much.
More false claims by the Liberal Bias Media about firearm makers.
Just ask the people of Morton Grove, Ill. what happens when criminals know that it's illegal for you to have a gun.
That makes as much sense as saying if you own a car you are more likely to be injured by a drunk driver.
Where is the article about inner city crime, drugs, unwed crack whores, babies being shot in their cribs by drive by ****ers.
You will never see that story from MSN .
No S H I T...guns are meant to kill and of course they are dangerous, that is their purpose and design.
It is so it is stupid to think that they should be regulated for risk of causing death. If a gun didn't cause death it would be a pretty worthless gun.
I really wish people who quote statistics would tell the whole details of the stat.
Get your facts right. Take a look at this video that explains the REAL statistics and its comparison to other countries.
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