Badiullah Sanai
Badiullah Sanai

SIMPLY BAND CARRING ANY GUN SO SIMPLE.

Badiullah Sanai
Badiullah Sanai
  • Badiullah Sanai

COLLECT THE GUNS FROM MARKETS THEN YOU WILL NEVER CRY

Annette Stennette
Annette Stennette

YES YOU CAN , IT CAN , WE CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN, most of the kids are not thaught about the love and the goodness of jesus , please put jesus first , put his presence back in schools , america needs very strong prayers.if you take the presence of the lord away out of school , and away from the mind of children , some of them will start thinking to do evil things.put god back in place.

Mick Sargent
Mick Sargent
  • Annette Stennette

Fictitious creatures like gods can't help. People can..........and must. Don't blame the kids.....blame the moronic adults who raise them and who can't see that this is not 1776 anymore, or the simple fact that owning guns makes them less safe, not more safe. The UK proves this. A gun ban and unarmed policemen and 40 gun deaths a year. America no gun laws and 10,000 gun deaths a year. In the past 10 years, around 2,000 Americans have died in the Afghanistan War. In the same time, about...

Fictitious creatures like gods can't help. People can..........and must. Don't blame the kids.....blame the moronic adults who raise them and who can't see that this is not 1776 anymore, or the simple fact that owning guns makes them less safe, not more safe. The UK proves this. A gun ban and unarmed policemen and 40 gun deaths a year. America no gun laws and 10,000 gun deaths a year. In the past 10 years, around 2,000 Americans have died in the Afghanistan War. In the same time, about 100,000 Americans have been shot by Americans in America. With friends like that who needs enemies. The enemy is within.

Adrielle Goodwin
Adrielle Goodwin

Removal of our 2nd Amendment or the guns owned by law abiding citizens to protect their homes and families is never the answer... take a look back over history at the horrific crimes committed by deranged individuals and groups without a GUN... Jim Jones convinced 918 people to commit suicide by drinking poisoned Kool-Aid, Lizzy Borden used an axe, Jack the Ripper used surgical blades, McViegh used fertilizer and a U-Haul, terrorists used airliners, John Wayne Gacy used whatever he had...

Removal of our 2nd Amendment or the guns owned by law abiding citizens to protect their homes and families is never the answer... take a look back over history at the horrific crimes committed by deranged individuals and groups without a GUN... Jim Jones convinced 918 people to commit suicide by drinking poisoned Kool-Aid, Lizzy Borden used an axe, Jack the Ripper used surgical blades, McViegh used fertilizer and a U-Haul, terrorists used airliners, John Wayne Gacy used whatever he had handy, Jeffrey Dalmer used a drill and acid, Hitler used gas chambers, Milosevic, Saddam Hussein and many other tyrants gassed entire populations and the list goes on and on... those hell bent on killing are going to do so... Taking the guns from the hands of those who are responsible will not stop the "bad" elements in our society from doing what the "voices" in their heads tell them to do... History proves that... All we end up with is a very well armed criminal community... the solution to protect the children in schools and folks in the work places is this, IMHO: RAISE SCHOOL TAXES to replace all the glass with bulletproof glass, hire a few US Military Veterans to patrol the outer grounds and keep the doors locked from the outside with only the front door, guarded by a US Marine, as the only way in or out, but, be sure to have emergency exits fully functional for fire codes and other emergencies... have many a "SAFE ROOM" for the teachers and students, also functioning as tornado or bad weather shelters, to access in the event a real nutter somehow gets in... allow the teachers to take courses (tax payer funded, of course) on tazers or bean bag shooters to knock out any deadly threat that they might face in class... yes, your taxes will go up, but what is that compared to the senseless deaths of innocents? Companies can do the same things on their own dimes to protect their workers... but remember, those who are hell bent on committing unthinkable acts are still going to do what the "voices" tell them to... So where does one start to come to an end? DNA/genetics testing for the "violent" gene one might possess? Where are we willing to give up other rights to stop the violence? I saw my first school shooting in 1979 when the older brother of a friend walked into the school with a gun and shot our P.E. Teacher in the stairwell... I have played a few violent video games, watched many violent movies and TV show and am by no means NUMBED to human tragedy... I cannot wrap my mind around anyone who could do harm to another human being or animal for "fun" or "sport"... I cannot bring myself to kill the mice and snakes in my house, I use live traps and let them go up the road... But, know one can know what was in the heads of these folks and after the fact is too late... They do NOT look like the monsters we turn them into, they look like you and me, no horns, no tail, nothing that we can spot in advance to stop them before they do what they set out to do... Here in lies our problem... A good offense makes for a better defense... and that is our only hope...

Adrielle Goodwin
Adrielle Goodwin
  • Adrielle Goodwin

I will NEVER sign a petition that takes away our 2nd Amendment rights!!!

Kelly Felix
Kelly Felix

There needs to be a gun safety plan to help prevent tragedies like that in Connecticut from happening.

Keary Prophet
Keary Prophet

Marbury v.
Madison
,
5 U.S. 137 (1803).This is one of the leading cases in the history of the U.S. The opinion of the court.
was “
Anything that is in conflict is null and void of law; Clearly for a secondary law to come in conflict with the supreme was illogical; for certainly the supreme law would prevail over any other law, and certainly our forefathers had intended that the supreme law would be the basis for all laws, and for any law to come in conflict would be null and void of law. It...

Marbury v.
Madison
,
5 U.S. 137 (1803).This is one of the leading cases in the history of the U.S. The opinion of the court.
was “
Anything that is in conflict is null and void of law; Clearly for a secondary law to come in conflict with the supreme was illogical; for certainly the supreme law would prevail over any other law, and certainly our forefathers had intended that the supreme law would be the basis for all laws, and for any law to come in conflict would be null and void of law. It would bear no power to enforce, it would bear no obligation to obey, it would purport to settle as though it had never existed, for unconstitutionality would date from the enactment of such a law, not from the date so branded by a court of law. No courts are bound to up hold it, and no citizens are bound to obey it. It operates as a mere nullity or a fiction of law, which means it.
doesn‟t exist in law.”.

Mick Sargent
Mick Sargent
  • Keary Prophet

So, let me get this straight. Let's say that the US Constitution had originally decreed that ALL Negroes and ALL Englishmen had to be killed on sight, on pain of death for treason for not doing so, that two centuries later you would still be killing all Negroes and all Englishmen because you were obligated to do so because the US Constitution is sacrosanct and can NEVER be amended? No law is so sacrosanct that it can never be amended or overridden on grounds of common sense. Past laws have...

So, let me get this straight. Let's say that the US Constitution had originally decreed that ALL Negroes and ALL Englishmen had to be killed on sight, on pain of death for treason for not doing so, that two centuries later you would still be killing all Negroes and all Englishmen because you were obligated to do so because the US Constitution is sacrosanct and can NEVER be amended? No law is so sacrosanct that it can never be amended or overridden on grounds of common sense. Past laws have demanded the burning of witches, the stoning to death of adulterers, the death of Galileo Galilei for contradicting the church by saying that Earth orbited the Sun and not vice versa as the church wrongly said. You still think society was wrong to annul those silly, barbaric laws?

Priscilla Stanziale
Priscilla Stanziale

One comment: They took God out of the schools!

Mick Sargent
Mick Sargent
  • Priscilla Stanziale

Rightly so.

John Youngblood
John Youngblood

Yes we do need to bring god back in school and by the way and if you band guns then ban cars, forks, tools we use every day you dont need guns you can use other objects to hurt or kill fatally i njure someone so guns dont kill people kills

Mick Sargent
Mick Sargent
  • John Youngblood

Relying on fictitious creatures is useless. Only legislation by real people will cure America's gun lunacy.

Ian Gray
Ian Gray

More people die in the USA every year from gun crime than the combined total from 9/11 and the deaths of US service personnel in Iraq and Afghanistan. So the US "right to bear arms" is effectively a right to perform acts of domestic terrorism. It should be treated accordingly. The NRA's suggestion about a police officer in every school is simply stupid and is designed to distract debate away from gun control. Does the US government really have a spare $100 billion a year to spend on such a...

More people die in the USA every year from gun crime than the combined total from 9/11 and the deaths of US service personnel in Iraq and Afghanistan. So the US "right to bear arms" is effectively a right to perform acts of domestic terrorism. It should be treated accordingly. The NRA's suggestion about a police officer in every school is simply stupid and is designed to distract debate away from gun control. Does the US government really have a spare $100 billion a year to spend on such a suggestion. The NRA conveniently ignores the shootings in the temple (a police officer in every church?), colleges (multiple police offices on every college campus?), workplaces (a police officer in every workplace?)shopping centres... need I say more? And what about the innocent people caught in the cross-fire? Gunbattles in elementary schools, yeah, great idea. A better suggestion would be for every gun owner to have a compulsory mental health examination every year to determine whether they were mentally competent to own a weapon. Since by definition being gun crazy isn't sane, most of them would be deprived of their weapons and maybe get the treatment they need to deal with their obsession with firearms.

Mick Sargent
Mick Sargent
  • Ian Gray

Well said, Ian.

Virgil Ingram
Virgil Ingram

To everyone that wants gun control how are you going to protect your family's ? Put a cop at every house . What about some one like me and millions of other people who live in the country whatdo we do watch our wife's get raped get killed because some one broke in to steal their drug money!! It takes 45 minutes to get to me from town. By then they have staved you stangled you or what ever they want to do an no one not one of you care. Well I will protect my family any way

Mick Sargent
Mick Sargent
  • Virgil Ingram

Why are Americans so pathetic? Scared of their own shadows. Scared of reds under the bed, aliens, illegal immigrants, Muslims, gays, abortion, atheists, evolution, billions of nasty men out to kill them. Talk about paranoia. I'm 71, I live in England. We are happier and more content than Americans. We are safer than Americans. We have a ban on gun ownership and 99.9% of us like it that way. We don't want guns. England and Wales has 0.7 gun deaths per 1 million population. America has 37 gun...

Why are Americans so pathetic? Scared of their own shadows. Scared of reds under the bed, aliens, illegal immigrants, Muslims, gays, abortion, atheists, evolution, billions of nasty men out to kill them. Talk about paranoia. I'm 71, I live in England. We are happier and more content than Americans. We are safer than Americans. We have a ban on gun ownership and 99.9% of us like it that way. We don't want guns. England and Wales has 0.7 gun deaths per 1 million population. America has 37 gun deaths per 1 million population. I have NEVER been burgled. NEVER been mugged. NEVER been threatened with ANY weapon. Our police are unarmed. We do not have hordes of criminals roaming our streets threatening us, on the streets and even less in our homes. In the 60s and 70s, when gun laws were less strict, armed robberies, bank robberies, shop hold-ups and bullion van attacks were far more frequent. These days it is very rare to hear of one. I can't remember hearing of a bank robbery or bullion van attack for years............thanks to the gun ban. Time you yanks grew up, threw away the dummy and nappies and faced up to life like grown ups, instead of frightened little babies.

Heather Leverette
Heather Leverette

I don't think taking guns away from good people trying only to protect themselves and their families is the answer! we do need to think about more extensive background checks and a mental compatency test for people wishing to purchase a gun of any kind, or even a yearly test to determine if you are capable of still owning the gun that you have purchased.

Ray Preston
Ray Preston
  • Heather Leverette

The last thing we need is to disarm the american citizen, disarm the nuts, don't know who they are? find them

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