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by slinky
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Barack Obama Legacy

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absolem

NCN...how do we achieve the end goal of preventing misuse of a weapon? it is a sad statement to think that law enforcement is required at a public school. the psyche of the violent perpetrator unchecked will find their target and use whatever means necessary.

Posted 33 days ago.

NasCarNut

Why is the NRA afraid of the truth? The truth is there is no evidence that armed guards or police officers in schools make children safer. Columbine High School had an armed guard, and Virginia Tech had a full campus police force.

Posted 33 days ago.

NasCarNut

The NRA recommended that the Department of Homeland Security be designated as the lead agency, coordinating with the Departments of Education and Justice on  federal programs and funding for school safety efforts.

they didn't offer sh!t except for "their coming to get your guns"...

Posted 33 days ago.

NasCarNut

Placing armed guards on every school campus across the country could cost more than $5 billion.

Posted 33 days ago.

NasCarNut

The Secret Service is charged by Title 18 Section 3056 with presidential protection, which includes keeping people who haven’t been screened beyond a security perimeter that’s established by the Secret Service. 

Posted 33 days ago.

NasCarNut

the funding is B.S. because the NRA offered to foot the bill...

don't think so...they offered to pay for the study to devise a plan...next

Posted 33 days ago.

Coaluser

If adopted, this NRA proposal would vastly expand the federal government’s involvement in both education and law enforcement, in violation of the Constitution, and make state and local governments even more subservient to Washington, D.C., politicians for funding. Our Constitution nowhere authorizes Congress to appropriate funds for police or schools, and for very good reason: Our Founding Fathers recognized an expansion of federal powers to these areas could, and most likely would, facilitate corruption and tyranny.

so which is it less government or more you want...

I ask you, does the Constitution mandate that we have armed guards at Fort Knox, armed guards in the Secret Service guarding our idiot president, or do we just do it because it is the most valued thing to guard? Are not our kids more valuable. The funding is B.S. because the NRA offered to foot the bill... So whats your next best shot at the NRA ?

Posted 33 days ago.

absolem

OWO.....you got me with that one...that was as Uncle Eddie would say "Goooooood". yes the day is still young and there are plenty of toes to be stepped upon. you do have any names that you have bottled inside that you must expell? if so...let her rip. hey...i have to fold whites...what more can you do to me!!! hahaha

Posted 33 days ago.

Stick around abby , the day is still young . lol

Posted 33 days ago.

absolem

let's hope there's more sane folk show up at the voting booths..

sanity comes with many names.......i guess being called a dolt is not the worse thing i have ever been called.

Posted 33 days ago.

absolem

good morning moderation...i think that the same faith by the opposition in the separation of powers with the constitutional checks and balances should not worry us as to which candidate becomes President. that is why we have a represenatative republic. what is problematic for both major parties is the accountability and punishment process. we easily allow them to subject the public to laws by which many become incarcerated. the blatent disregard for public trust is not a new issue but will not change unless the people change. there are many from both sides of the aisle that have common ground in which to work. perhaps an outsider can unite them into working more closely on mutally beneficial laws and future goals for America. it would be politically epedient for them to perform when there is someone willing to call them out in front of the American people. they work for us....it should not be the other way around.....thoughts?

Posted 33 days ago.

The voting public sure seems to be less than intelligent .

Posted 33 days ago.

NasCarNut

see the absurd become the norm if given the right circumstances and people in place.

like the dolts following trump...let's hope there's more sane folk show up at the voting booths...

Posted 33 days ago.

Shopsteward

Not all free speech thats for sure

Posted 33 days ago.

moderation

Good morning absolem- .....no more free speech... Could you be saying the left of center doesn't support free speech?

Posted 33 days ago.

absolem

OWO...could you really say you'd be surprised to see it happen? the older i get...i see the absurd become the norm if given the right circumstances and people in place.

Posted 34 days ago.

Can you seriously envision that ?

Posted 34 days ago.

absolem

OWO...if you stop saying no you can't take them.... then someone starts saying "Yes We Can...then the snowball forms...and then poof no more gun...then poof no more religion.....then poof no more free speech. Hello North Korea Annex.

Posted 34 days ago.

Nascar , it the same ole , same ole republinut strategy that they have used for years . Gonna take your guns and bibles !

Posted 34 days ago.

NasCarNut

Jeb Bush said Obama’s plan would take away the rights of someone “selling a gun out of their collection, a one-off gun” by requiring that person to perform background checks. That’s not correct. Such “one-off” private gun sales would be unaffected by Obama’s proposals.

they all say these lies with a straight face too...looks like Hillary has a lot of competition eh...

Posted 34 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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