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Discussion in 'Politics' started by poncho, Apr 20, 2007.
I say ban Kucinich.
But we should still produce handguns in our many handgun
factories to sell to the rest of the world.
I heard (did not confirm) that in 1990 the country with
the most per capita hand guns was IRAQ.
Can you believe one of the most oppresive governments
in the world had requirements for armed Sunni?
Ban Kucinich! :thumbs:
Banning guns won't stop the violence. If this angry young man who committed these atrocities in Blacksburg, Virginia did not have accesss to a gun he could have used other means to have caused the hurt and destruction that he left behind. Homemade bombs such as Molotov cocktails could have done as much if not more to eradicate a classroom of collage students. Still we owe it to ourselves to do evreything we can to keep guns from those whose intent is to cause undue harm to another.
I have a suggestion for Mr. Kucinich if he really wants to help stop gun violence in schools and colleges...provide profesional firearms training for the teachers and staff and allow them to carry firearms to defend themselves and students.
I wonder what Kucinich would say, if I sat down and showed him how to make a self-igniting molotove coctail from ingredients in almost everyone's kitchen? (Well, except for gasoline. Most people don't keep that in the kitchen:laugh Do you suppose he would want to ban lemon juice? Glass bottles?
How about urine? Uric acid is a great thing to use for improvised munitions.
All it takes is a high school chemistry book. (Oops. It's been dumbed down again. Get a college chemistry book.)
Do we need to ban education? Books?
If he's not for banning all this stuff, he's simply pandering to his voters.
Here is the photo of Kucinich announcing his proposal:
Kucinich: Dang, theres so much junk in here. Now where did I put those Articles of Impeachment against Cheney.
Hey I found my YoYo.