"Nobody". OK. So then is the principle that if something is a threat rarely, we should not legislate against it?
Prove that it people have abortions in the third trimester just because.
Also again for the people in the back, ABORTION IS NOT MURDER, but thanks for playing...in the rain.
ed wrote:They do. I think that suicide is a completely seperate issue .
Well everyone is entitled to be wrong, and you are wrong. You just like that the number goes down when you eliminate all other causes of gun deaths. Why is it you can justify almost 20,000 people being killed by guns in a year? Why is that a better number?
ed wrote:Sorry, no. Kids don't organize big protests with professionally printed signs. Astroturf.
We already covered this point, and you are still wrong.
ed wrote:I demand that current laws be enforced. Then we can talk. Do you know anything about gun laws?
Actually Ed, I do. I also happen to know they are sporadic and dependent on the state, and they are also sporadically enforced and there are plenty of loopholes. And no state requires that a person take a practical or written exam to shoot a gun nor requires people to show that they can safely store and maintain their weapon. Sorry to make you cry....again....in the rain.
ed wrote:With respect, you are clueless. Repealing an article in the Bill of Rights has zero precedent and is frightening in it's import. There are some that would like to do the same with the First.
Actually amendments have been repealed before, and so therefore there is precedence. The 21st Amendment repealed the 18th amendment. So yeah, you are the clueless one. Perhaps consider taking a civics class or something.
ed wrote:4 times. OK
And yet I am still here. And you are still wrong.
Don't be absurd. I am simply establishing that life, per se, is not your concern, trendy politics are. That is to say that your position is unprincipled in the most literal sense. Arm waving about third trimester abortions and abortion in general, conjuring up irrelevancies when presented with a totally human cause of major death that could be easily (though inconveniently) lessened all speak to trendy politics rather than a position based on principle. Your demand for laws and changing the constitution without the slightest evidence that you have the most meager understanding of the state of gun laws in the US fundamentally undermines your arguments.
How about this: Make it federal law that all sworn law enforcement professionals have a legal duty to defend people. That does not exist now and that is why no lawsuit against the cops in parkland will prevail. Did you know that LE is not legally obligated to protect you? Did you?
The only thing that you have made clear is that your love of your guns is more important than human lives and you will twist facts to suit your warped wold view anyway you can.