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Reply #90 posted 02/15/18 7:02am

RodeoSchro

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Musicslave said:

RodeoSchro said:



I'm pretty sure God was in the church at the First Baptist Church Sutherland Springs, TX last November 5th.

"No Way To Stop This" says only country in the developed world where this happens all the time.

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This fact is often overlooked or undermined purposely. I thought we were supposed to be this "shining city upon a hill" for all the world to marvel. We're supposed to be the envy of the world. We have some of the best colleges and universities. The best and brightest minds. The country that gave the world Bill Gates and Steve Jobs can't create a solution to help reduce the number of mass shootings?

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Oh that's right, that would actually take courage to confront those who profit from gun & ammo sales. Nevermind... Freakin cowards. "America the Brave" my ass.




All we have to do is do what they do in every other developed country where this doesn't happen.

But the Republicans are pussies who are cuckolded by the NRA. As long as the Republicans are pussies - and they have been pussies my entire life, so I don't expect them to stop being pussies - this isn't going to change.

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Reply #91 posted 02/15/18 7:02am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

I do agree that prayer should not be someting that is specificaly done at school. But something like a moment of sliance is something that would be fine.

also if kids want to on their own have a prayer before or after or duing non-instructional time (such as lunch time) that is to me protected by the first amendment.

Moments of silence or remembrance are one thing, and good.

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I'm just saying, if people understood prayer and how Jesus taught it, they would not feel the need to do it at school. If people are going to be 'Christ(ian)-like' then learn what He taught about prayer.

They never read where Jesus was in public praying anywhere.

but that suggest adherince to a specific relgion be required. or some kind of test.

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Reply #92 posted 02/15/18 7:02am

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Musicslave said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

right

Homeschooling can be good for a period and particular reasons

but social anxiety and reasons attached are not good reasons

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Agreed

My sister in law went through a faze like that. And it had nothing to do with her kids. She was in a place where she was feeling really exposed and unsure of herself as mother, and didn't want people scrutinizing her. But the kids were so alive and social and so unafraid to talk to people and try things. Homeschooling would have ruined them.

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Reply #93 posted 02/15/18 7:03am

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RodeoSchro said:



Fixed it for you.

That is because the liberals gutted mental institutions and now they are on the streets. Sounds like the kid should have been locked up.



Actually, no. Whatever liberals did or didn't do to any mental health laws has nothing to do with what the Republican pussies and their NRA puppetmasters have allowed in the way of gun purchase laws.

Even a part blind guy could see that.

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Reply #94 posted 02/15/18 7:07am

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RodeoSchro said:

Musicslave said:

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This fact is often overlooked or undermined purposely. I thought we were supposed to be this "shining city upon a hill" for all the world to marvel. We're supposed to be the envy of the world. We have some of the best colleges and universities. The best and brightest minds. The country that gave the world Bill Gates and Steve Jobs can't create a solution to help reduce the number of mass shootings?

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Oh that's right, that would actually take courage to confront those who profit from gun & ammo sales. Nevermind... Freakin cowards. "America the Brave" my ass.




All we have to do is do what they do in every other developed country where this doesn't happen.

But the Republicans are pussies who are cuckolded by the NRA. As long as the Republicans are pussies - and they have been pussies my entire life, so I don't expect them to stop being pussies - this isn't going to change.

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For a party that wants to be seen as tough, they sure do look weak and powerless in times like these. And since these times are happening more and more, they're always looking weak and powerless. I guess they really do need that endorsement check from the NRA and other lobby groups alike.

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Reply #95 posted 02/15/18 7:07am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

No respect for the USA, the President or God. People will ask "where was God?" Not in public schools.

That has nothing to do with it man, people (all of us) at times, have entered into our own personal hells. Some more than others. It is usually never that easy.

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What does respect for the President have to do with anything? Isn't that sorta how America (and many other countries start) not having respect for the person(s) ruling?

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Nixon said disparaging things about Italian-Americans and (the Colored Community) should they have respect for the president? There is a difference in respecting the office vs respecting the individual.

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And always remember. America is not a Theocracy. We don't need an individual standing before the school or class leading people in prayer. If you know anything about prayer from the bible you would agree. 'Jesus said go into your SECRET closet and pray...' 'Don't be like the publicans who love to pray in the marketplaces so men can see them, they have their reward'

Maybe we should change that law?

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Reply #96 posted 02/15/18 7:07am

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I think it takes more backbone to not let emotions rule the mind and to stand up to the gun grabbers who do run of feelings.

to suggest there is a simple fix to this is very narrow-minded.

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Reply #97 posted 02/15/18 7:09am

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Musicslave said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

That has nothing to do with it man, people (all of us) at times, have entered into our own personal hells. Some more than others. It is usually never that easy.

.

What does respect for the President have to do with anything? Isn't that sorta how America (and many other countries start) not having respect for the person(s) ruling?

.

Nixon said disparaging things about Italian-Americans and (the Colored Community) should they have respect for the president? There is a difference in respecting the office vs respecting the individual.

.

And always remember. America is not a Theocracy. We don't need an individual standing before the school or class leading people in prayer. If you know anything about prayer from the bible you would agree. 'Jesus said go into your SECRET closet and pray...' 'Don't be like the publicans who love to pray in the marketplaces so men can see them, they have their reward'

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Damn, Preach OF4S! You're on fire. I have my own theory on school prayer anyway.

[Edited 2/15/18 6:49am]

And that my friend is a topic to be had

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Reply #98 posted 02/15/18 7:10am

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TweetyV6 said:

2freaky4church1 said:

Hate to be political but this stuff is happening more under this fiend President.


The facts I can find only go to June 2016.

What you see there is a significant increase in shooter incidents during Obama's presidency lol lol lol

See for yourself: HERE

Under George W Bush's presidency: 66 incidents - Avg= 8.25 incidents/yr
Under Obama's presidency: 146 (data only goes up to june 2016) - Avg = 19,5 incidents/yr

Facts... gotta love 'em cool

FACT: there used to be a 1994 ban on assault weapons that expired in 2004. Deaths by assualt weapons rose. Check your "facts" as to who was president during those years.


The assault weapons ban expired on September 13, 2004. Legislation to renew or replace the ban was proposed numerous times unsuccessfully.

Between May 2003 and June 2008, U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein, D-CA, and Representatives Michael Castle, R-DE, Alcee Hastings, D-FL, and Mark Kirk, R-IL, introduced bills to reauthorize the ban.[During the same time, Senator Frank Lautenberg, D-NJ, and Representative Carolyn McCarthy, D-NY, introduced similar bills to create a new ban with a revised definition for assault weapons. None of the bills left committee.

After the November 2008 election, the website of President-elect Barack Obama listed a detailed agenda for the forthcoming administration. The stated positions included "making the expired federal Assault Weapons Ban permanent."Three months later, newly sworn-in Attorney General Eric Holder reiterated the Obama administration's desire to reinstate the ban. The mention came in response to a question during a joint press conference with DEA Acting Administrator Michele Leonhart, discussing efforts to crack down on Mexican drug cartels. Attorney General Holder said: "... there are just a few gun-related changes that we would like to make, and among them would be to reinstitute the ban on the sale of assault weapons."

Efforts to pass a new federal assault weapons ban were made in December 2012 after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.On January 24, 2013, Senator Feinstein introduced S. 150, the Assault Weapons Ban of 2013 (AWB 2013). The bill was similar to the 1994 ban, but differed in that it would not expire after 10 years,[44] and it used a one-feature test for a firearm to qualify as an assault weapon rather than the two-feature test of the defunct ban. The GOP Congressional delegation from Texas, and the NRA, condemned Feinstein's bill. On March 14, 2013, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved a version of the bill along party lines. On April 17, 2013, AWB 2013 failed on a Senate vote of 40 to 60.



I HATE it when people pick and chose some "facts" but disregard others.

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Reply #99 posted 02/15/18 7:11am

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RodeoSchro said:

Musicslave said:

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This fact is often overlooked or undermined purposely. I thought we were supposed to be this "shining city upon a hill" for all the world to marvel. We're supposed to be the envy of the world. We have some of the best colleges and universities. The best and brightest minds. The country that gave the world Bill Gates and Steve Jobs can't create a solution to help reduce the number of mass shootings?

-

Oh that's right, that would actually take courage to confront those who profit from gun & ammo sales. Nevermind... Freakin cowards. "America the Brave" my ass.




All we have to do is do what they do in every other developed country where this doesn't happen.

But the Republicans are pussies who are cuckolded by the NRA. As long as the Republicans are pussies - and they have been pussies my entire life, so I don't expect them to stop being pussies - this isn't going to change.



There is an interesting article in which one of Kimmel's staffers went behind every congressman on twitter that was sending out prayers and thoughts to the families and victims and community and posted how much they received from the NRA. Some of the totals are shocking.

In the 2015-2016 election cycle alone, GOP candidates took $17,385,437 from the NRA. https://twitter.com/GOPChairwoman/status/963891127169572865

This is NOT counting the $21 million given to President Trump.


Bess Kalb posted to them individually and then posted:

God have mercy on your NRA-kept souls:

Richard Burr
$6,986,620

Roy Blunt
$4,551,146

Thom Tillis
$4,418,012

Cory Gardner
$3,879,064

Marco Rubio
$3,303,355

Joni Ernst
$3,124,273

Rob Portman
$3,061,941

Todd Young
$2,896,732

Bill Cassidy
$2,861,047

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Reply #100 posted 02/15/18 7:12am

Musicslave

SuperFurryAnimal said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

That has nothing to do with it man, people (all of us) at times, have entered into our own personal hells. Some more than others. It is usually never that easy.

.

What does respect for the President have to do with anything? Isn't that sorta how America (and many other countries start) not having respect for the person(s) ruling?

.

Nixon said disparaging things about Italian-Americans and (the Colored Community) should they have respect for the president? There is a difference in respecting the office vs respecting the individual.

.

And always remember. America is not a Theocracy. We don't need an individual standing before the school or class leading people in prayer. If you know anything about prayer from the bible you would agree. 'Jesus said go into your SECRET closet and pray...' 'Don't be like the publicans who love to pray in the marketplaces so men can see them, they have their reward'

Maybe we should change that law?

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And how would you change that law?

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Reply #101 posted 02/15/18 7:12am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

I think it takes more backbone to not let emotions rule the mind and to stand up to the gun grabbers who do run of feelings.

to suggest there is a simple fix to this is very narrow-minded.


Of course there is not a "simple fix", unless of course somebody has a magical way of making all the guns disappear. Making guns illegal would solve the problem about as well as making drugs illegal solves the drug problem.

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Reply #102 posted 02/15/18 7:13am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

Moments of silence or remembrance are one thing, and good.

.

I'm just saying, if people understood prayer and how Jesus taught it, they would not feel the need to do it at school. If people are going to be 'Christ(ian)-like' then learn what He taught about prayer.

They never read where Jesus was in public praying anywhere.

but that suggest adherince to a specific relgion be required. or some kind of test.

right, but that isn't to be done at school. I mean the people I hear talking about 'prayer in school' tend to be coming from some 'christian' lean. All they have to do is read what 'their Lord' said about prayer. That will test if they are what they say they are.

Sometimes Muslim. Jews tend to have their own schools and don't push themselves publicly in school as far as a religious aspect, moreso a cultural or ethnic one.

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Reply #103 posted 02/15/18 7:14am

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DiminutiveRocker said:

TweetyV6 said:


The facts I can find only go to June 2016.

What you see there is a significant increase in shooter incidents during Obama's presidency lol lol lol

See for yourself: HERE

Under George W Bush's presidency: 66 incidents - Avg= 8.25 incidents/yr
Under Obama's presidency: 146 (data only goes up to june 2016) - Avg = 19,5 incidents/yr

Facts... gotta love 'em cool

FACT: there used to be a 1994 ban on assault weapons that expired in 2004. Deaths by assualt weapons rose. Check your "facts" as to who was president during those years.


The assault weapons ban expired on September 13, 2004. Legislation to renew or replace the ban was proposed numerous times unsuccessfully.

Between May 2003 and June 2008, U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein, D-CA, and Representatives Michael Castle, R-DE, Alcee Hastings, D-FL, and Mark Kirk, R-IL, introduced bills to reauthorize the ban.[During the same time, Senator Frank Lautenberg, D-NJ, and Representative Carolyn McCarthy, D-NY, introduced similar bills to create a new ban with a revised definition for assault weapons. None of the bills left committee.

After the November 2008 election, the website of President-elect Barack Obama listed a detailed agenda for the forthcoming administration. The stated positions included "making the expired federal Assault Weapons Ban permanent."Three months later, newly sworn-in Attorney General Eric Holder reiterated the Obama administration's desire to reinstate the ban. The mention came in response to a question during a joint press conference with DEA Acting Administrator Michele Leonhart, discussing efforts to crack down on Mexican drug cartels. Attorney General Holder said: "... there are just a few gun-related changes that we would like to make, and among them would be to reinstitute the ban on the sale of assault weapons."

Efforts to pass a new federal assault weapons ban were made in December 2012 after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.On January 24, 2013, Senator Feinstein introduced S. 150, the Assault Weapons Ban of 2013 (AWB 2013). The bill was similar to the 1994 ban, but differed in that it would not expire after 10 years,[44] and it used a one-feature test for a firearm to qualify as an assault weapon rather than the two-feature test of the defunct ban. The GOP Congressional delegation from Texas, and the NRA, condemned Feinstein's bill. On March 14, 2013, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved a version of the bill along party lines. On April 17, 2013, AWB 2013 failed on a Senate vote of 40 to 60.



I HATE it when people pick and chose some "facts" but disregard others.

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That's politics for ya.

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Reply #104 posted 02/15/18 7:15am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

I think it takes more backbone to not let emotions rule the mind and to stand up to the gun grabbers who do run of feelings.

to suggest there is a simple fix to this is very narrow-minded.

true

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Reply #105 posted 02/15/18 7:15am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

but that suggest adherince to a specific relgion be required. or some kind of test.

right, but that isn't to be done at school. I mean the people I hear talking about 'prayer in school' tend to be coming from some 'christian' lean. Sometimes Muslim. Jews tend to have their own schools and don't push themselves publicly in school as far as a religious aspect, moreso a cultural or ethnic one.

again it would not be school led, it would be just some kids deciding on their own they wanted to. and that simply cannot be banned by the school any more than any other group of kids that want to talk about a common interest. Maybe some kids want to play Pokemon... would that also be banned?

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Reply #106 posted 02/15/18 7:17am

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

RodeoSchro said:



Fixed it for you.

That is because the liberals gutted mental institutions and now they are on the streets. Sounds like the kid should have been locked up.


Get your facts correctly before spewing false information:

Under President Ronald Reagan, the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act repeals Carter's community health legislation and establishes block grants for the states, ending the federal government's role in providing services to the mentally ill. Federal mental-health spending decreases by 30 percent.The Mental Health Systems Act of 1980 (MHSA) was United States legislation signed by President Jimmy Carter which provided grants to community mental health centers. During the following Ronald Reagan administration, the United States Congress repealed most of the law.

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Reply #107 posted 02/15/18 7:17am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

I think it takes more backbone to not let emotions rule the mind and to stand up to the gun grabbers who do run of feelings.

to suggest there is a simple fix to this is very narrow-minded.

true

We have treated all the psych problems with mind-numbing drugs from the time kids turn 7.

What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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Reply #108 posted 02/15/18 7:21am

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DiminutiveRocker said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

That is because the liberals gutted mental institutions and now they are on the streets. Sounds like the kid should have been locked up.


Get your facts correctly before spewing false information:

Under President Ronald Reagan, the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act repeals Carter's community health legislation and establishes block grants for the states, ending the federal government's role in providing services to the mentally ill. Federal mental-health spending decreases by 30 percent.The Mental Health Systems Act of 1980 (MHSA) was United States legislation signed by President Jimmy Carter which provided grants to community mental health centers. During the following Ronald Reagan administration, the United States Congress repealed most of the law.


I mentioned the same thing in reply to him, but it was ignored. I think it's more a matter of ignoring facts that don't align with strongly held beliefs, because that would mean taking an honest look at those beliefs and adjusting his thinking.

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Reply #109 posted 02/15/18 7:21am

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benni said:

RodeoSchro said:




All we have to do is do what they do in every other developed country where this doesn't happen.

But the Republicans are pussies who are cuckolded by the NRA. As long as the Republicans are pussies - and they have been pussies my entire life, so I don't expect them to stop being pussies - this isn't going to change.



There is an interesting article in which one of Kimmel's staffers went behind every congressman on twitter that was sending out prayers and thoughts to the families and victims and community and posted how much they received from the NRA. Some of the totals are shocking.

In the 2015-2016 election cycle alone, GOP candidates took $17,385,437 from the NRA. https://twitter.com/GOPChairwoman/status/963891127169572865

This is NOT counting the $21 million given to President Trump.


Bess Kalb posted to them individually and then posted:

God have mercy on your NRA-kept souls:

Richard Burr
$6,986,620

Roy Blunt
$4,551,146

Thom Tillis
$4,418,012

Cory Gardner
$3,879,064

Marco Rubio
$3,303,355

Joni Ernst
$3,124,273

Rob Portman
$3,061,941

Todd Young
$2,896,732

Bill Cassidy
$2,861,047


Case and point ^ Thanks, Benni.

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Reply #110 posted 02/15/18 7:22am

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START HOLDING THE PARENTS ACCOUNTABLE. PRISON!


What parent is held responsible for the actions of someone 18 and over. You are an adult responsible for your own actions. A good percentage of these shooting are adults. Good job pointing fingers. It's all people do nowadays.
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Reply #111 posted 02/15/18 7:24am

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benni said:

DiminutiveRocker said:


Get your facts correctly before spewing false information:

Under President Ronald Reagan, the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act repeals Carter's community health legislation and establishes block grants for the states, ending the federal government's role in providing services to the mentally ill. Federal mental-health spending decreases by 30 percent.The Mental Health Systems Act of 1980 (MHSA) was United States legislation signed by President Jimmy Carter which provided grants to community mental health centers. During the following Ronald Reagan administration, the United States Congress repealed most of the law.


I mentioned the same thing in reply to him, but it was ignored. I think it's more a matter of ignoring facts that don't align with strongly held beliefs, because that would mean taking an honest look at those beliefs and adjusting his thinking.


Well... it is not the first time he has blurted a completely erroneous statement and I'm pretty sure it will not be the last. The misinformed like to misinform. shrug

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Reply #112 posted 02/15/18 7:25am

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"No Way To Stop This" says only developed country in the world where this happens all the time.





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Reply #113 posted 02/15/18 7:26am

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morningsong said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

START HOLDING THE PARENTS ACCOUNTABLE. PRISON!

What parent is held responsible for the actions of someone 18 and over. You are an adult responsible for your own actions. A good percentage of these shooting are adults. Good job pointing fingers. It's all people do nowadays.

Most school shootings are done by kids.

What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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sad A beloved football coach who witnesses said shielded students as a gunman opened fire inside a Parkland, Fla., high school Wednesday, is the first of 17 fatalities to be identified.


“It is with Great sadness that our Football Family has learned about the death of Aaron Feis,” the tweet read. “He was our Assistant Football Coach and security guard. He selflessly shielded students from the shooter when he was shot. He died a hero and he will forever be in our hearts and memories”


Feis was seen jumping “in front of bullets to save some students' lives,” according to one person.


This made me cry. This is the reality our kids face in schools. They do drills to learn what to do in the event of active shooters, when we hid under our desks because of the Cold War. They never know from one day to the next if it is going to happen in their school. And we wonder why our children have increased social anxiety and you see an increase in stress related illnesses in kids. This is just devastating.

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Reply #115 posted 02/15/18 7:32am

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

That has nothing to do with it man, people (all of us) at times, have entered into our own personal hells. Some more than others. It is usually never that easy.

.

What does respect for the President have to do with anything? Isn't that sorta how America (and many other countries start) not having respect for the person(s) ruling?

.

Nixon said disparaging things about Italian-Americans and (the Colored Community) should they have respect for the president? There is a difference in respecting the office vs respecting the individual.

.

And always remember. America is not a Theocracy. We don't need an individual standing before the school or class leading people in prayer. If you know anything about prayer from the bible you would agree. 'Jesus said go into your SECRET closet and pray...' 'Don't be like the publicans who love to pray in the marketplaces so men can see them, they have their reward'

Maybe we should change that law?

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And how would you change that law?

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Reply #116 posted 02/15/18 7:35am

morningsong

SuperFurryAnimal said:



morningsong said:


SuperFurryAnimal said:

START HOLDING THE PARENTS ACCOUNTABLE. PRISON!



What parent is held responsible for the actions of someone 18 and over. You are an adult responsible for your own actions. A good percentage of these shooting are adults. Good job pointing fingers. It's all people do nowadays.


Most school shootings are done by kids.




And the other mass shootings? Play ostrich all you want to, there is a loud neon sign flashing the US is going about something very very wrong and it's affecting our children yet we do nothing but talk and blame others.
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Reply #117 posted 02/15/18 7:37am

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Musicslave said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

Maybe we should change that law?

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And how would you change that law?

The same way ya-all would destroy the 2nd Amendment.

What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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Reply #118 posted 02/15/18 7:39am

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FBI was warned about alleged shooter nearly 5 months ago, tipster says

What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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Reply #119 posted 02/15/18 7:51am

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morningsong said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

Most school shootings are done by kids.

And the other mass shootings? Play ostrich all you want to, there is a loud neon sign flashing the US is going about something very very wrong and it's affecting our children yet we do nothing but talk and blame others.

I am not sure what you mean but I see that what we tend to do is blame the gun and make the killers famous. So there is a built into motive to copycat.

No one is coming for your abortion: they just want common-sense abortion regulations: background checks, waiting periods, lifetime limits, take a class, and a small tax.
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