Gun Registration Quote of the Day

If I write down my name and address and my gun’s serial number on a 3x5” index card and hand it to you, how can you use that index card to keep me from shooting somebody, other than maybe waving it in my face in an attempt to throw off my aim?


Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 01/05 at 09:53 AM
  1. All of the anti’s arguments are so childish as to be unbelievable, and the fact that so many people are pulled in by them, according to the gov’t and media, is testament to the sorry state of this country.

    It’s way past time to wipe the slate clean and start anew.

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  01/05  at  09:21 PM
  2. Another gun freak talking about shooting someone.


    Posted by Erin O'Brien  on  01/07  at  04:09 AM
  3. Erin O’Brien,

    Either you didn’t bother to click the link to read the post from whence the quote came, or you’re ____ing illiterate.

    I’m moderately curious as to which, but not enough to email you for the answer.

    Posted by Tam  on  01/07  at  05:21 PM
  4. That’s great, and so true.

    Thanks to Tam

    Posted by Yabu  on  01/07  at  10:43 PM
  5. Oh great. The ____ing gun broad is here.

    Posted by Erin O'Brien  on  01/08  at  08:44 AM
  6. “Oh great. The ____ing gun broad is here.”

    One of these days, say in a crowded movie theatre or somewhere, you might have to say that without the sarcasm.

    Posted by mike  on  01/10  at  03:00 AM
  7. Does this mean we’re not friends, Erin?

    Posted by Tamara K.  on  01/11  at  10:33 AM
  8. Anyway, care to address my larger point? I realize that flippant pottymouth simplicity comes easy to you, but put on your thinking cap and tell me how “gun registration” will stop a hypothetical bad actor from shooting somebody.

    Anders Brevik’s guns were registered to hell and back, for all the good that did.

    Posted by Tamara K.  on  01/11  at  10:36 AM






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