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Sarah Palin`s Old Bumper Sticker Won`t Help [Pic]

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Sarah Palin`s Old Bumper Sticker Won`t Help [Pic]. It won`t help her at all. Unless she can hire a street team of people to rip them off everyone`s car...
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Kernel
Male, 18-29, Western US
 123 Posts
Monday, January 17, 2011 6:13:27 PM
Matt, I have a feeling Jared would have just ran into the crowd with his car if he couldn't get a gun.

If you think the guy wasn`t committed to his crime, watch his videos. The guy was a time bomb, and he just happened to go off. No gun laws would have stopped that.

TheDisavowed
Male, 30-39, Midwest US
 24 Posts
Saturday, January 15, 2011 7:04:59 PM
I dig the bumber sticker. And there's the typical socialist comment by IAB.

T-Marley
Male, 70 & Over, Eastern US
 600 Posts
Friday, January 14, 2011 7:34:58 PM
And Matt,

Banning peanuts from ball parks and steakhouses might stop just one person from a deadly allergic reaction...

Padding all surfaces with rubber might stop one kid from breaking a bone...

Making it harder to get a car might make it easier to stop vehicular homicide, DUI's, and traffic accidents...

Banning all knives might stop the random crazy Japanese knife attacks on buses...

Making it harder to have a child might stop parental neglect, abuse, and abortions...

An age limit on cell phones might stop upskirt videos, texting will driving accidents, and a budding clique of teenagers sending nudies to each other...

Banning guns might stop the occasional Briton from getting in his Taxi and driving around randomly shooting people...

And my personal favorite: banning banks might stop abuse of credit and spending beyond your means...

Incrementally the lines are drawn until they get to tyranny.

T-Marley
Male, 70 & Over, Eastern US
 600 Posts
Friday, January 14, 2011 6:10:46 PM
Piper, you are wrong, and I will forgive your broken English as a problem with translation. You have to pass a Federal background check in every state. Any felonies bar you from purchasing, and some misdemeanors as well. There is also a mandatory three day waiting period after you buy any handgun, to stop "crimes of passion". The only exception to this rule is if the purchaser is the holder of a valid concealed weapons permit(who is more than likely carrying a gun when they buy another).

Also, you can only purchase a gun in the state that you reside. Most gun stores will not even allow you to hold a gun to examine if they ID you and see that you are from another state.

State rules do differ about permit, training, and registration requirements; however the above things hold for every state in the country.

MattPrince
Male, 40-49, Europe
 2223 Posts
Friday, January 14, 2011 1:41:32 PM
Maybe, but it's harder and that might just be enough to stop someone unstable but not committed to their cause. (Jared I think was both).

Besides, there is a good chance of a Darwinian moment with explosives.

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