Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-07 14:21:00
ID: 61274
I'm waiting for Obama to finally just rant, "You MORONS! Look what you've done by electing this piece of human garbage! Just look! IDIOTS!"
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-07 13:47:26
ID: 61272
In response to a confession. WTF are you talking about? You know the OP brought up video games because that's what Trump is blaming it on, right?
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-07 13:08:55
ID: 61271
I had a debate on FB with a Trump supporter who's stance was that everyone should be armed. Everyone. And if I'm not armed, then I guess I'll just lay there and die. SO I asked him what he thought about universal background checks. His response? We already have background checks, what's the difference if they're 'universal'? SO I linked an article about 'universal' background checks and how they close private sale and gun show loopholes. You know what he said then? "OH! Oh yeah, I think closing those loopholes is a good idea.We should definitely do that." So, I'm a 'libtard snowflake' for feeling this way, but somehow this gun-toting republican agrees with me? We are NOT divided by our ideas. We're divided by our government's rhetoric.
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Posted by: RubberCity
2019-08-07 02:29:02
ID: 61266
In response to a confession. You're right it's not just video games. It is gay marriage and marijuana also. Oh what some people think. Especially when everyone knows it just has to be energy drinks, right? Next Republican I see at an event I will try to make them believe it is energy drinks.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-06 22:49:06
ID: 61262
In response to a confession. And before someone tells me that gun control doesn't work. Bullshit. It worked in Australia. It works in Japan. It works in Canada. It works in the UK. It literally works everywhere. If more guns made us safer, we'd be the safest country in the world. Instead the opposite is true. The shooting in El Paso took place in a WalMart in Texas, for crying out loud. If no one there could stop the shooter, what makes you think one more person with a gun would have prevented or stopped it? I live in Texas, and I guarantee you someone at that WalMart was carrying. Not to mention that WalMart freakin' sells guns, and it still didn't stop him.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-06 22:45:00
ID: 61261
I have 2 kids, ages 14 and 12. I have actually had the conversation with them about what they would / should do if someone started shooting at school. I take my oldest to concerts sometimes, and I always, in my head, plan where we would go if someone started shooting. I've done all of this even before these latest shootings in El Paso and Dayton. I SHOULDN'T HAVE TO DO THAT!!! Damn right I'm pissed. I'm pissed at every gun owner who fights any kind of gun control measure. I'm pissed at the NRA. I'm pissed at our politicians who care more about taking their money than passing gun control legislation. A bill recently passed the house that Mitch McConnell has REFUSED to even allow a vote on in the senate. And, yes, I do know people who have been involved in a mass shooting My SIL is from Santa Fe, TX. She lost her cousin and her childhood friend lost her son.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-06 13:11:50
ID: 61255
Oh, FFS. It's not video games. Japan is the largest consumer of video games in the world, and you know how many gun deaths they have a year? Well, in 2017, it was 3. Yes, 3. Oh, it's also not a Christian country, so that no prayer in schools thing as a cause is bullshit too. And they have mentally ill people, just left every other country. After a rash of mass shootings, Australia passed strict gun control laws and did buy-backs of guns. And shootings were basically eliminated. Suicides decreased significantly too. The gun-toting, republican, 'Merica assholes need to get their head out of their ass.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-06 02:04:06
ID: 61240
I find the ALM people particularly amusing. So, it's ALM when it's about the police officers, Republicans and entitled people BUT it's not ALM when it has to do with brown people, black people, LGBT rights, the rights of people who don't want to be shot at a Walmart/church/concert/food festival/school/home. It's not ALM when they are also applauding Trump allowing for children to be held in cages (b-b-but those policies were made under Obama-true HOWEVER the children were only seperated from their family when the child was in danger from a relative). The good guy with the gun is only a rare example compared to the mass shootings. In fact, a study in 2017 shows that reveal carry has only increased gun violence. The "good guy" with the gun is likely to attack a civilian than the criminal. Spout ALM when you are arguing for better gun control because ALL LIVES have the right not to have their lives end at the hands of a fucking lunatic with a gun.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-06 01:28:23
ID: 61249
In response to a confession. Wow, what a racist response. I seriously don't know anyone who has no black friends unless they actively try to not have any or don't want any because, you know, black people. And the generalization about Japanese, completely racist cherry on top. I enjoy being with people who are nice and fun to be around regardless of their race. No, it is not a component of human nature. It's a component of racist nature.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-05 16:31:15
ID: 61245
"No, I don't have black friends." Gee, I wonder why.
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