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Elvis Jackson says
So you have a right to own as many guns as you like, but my children don't have the right to healthcare to save their life when they are sick?
They have the right to pursue healthcare. Do I have the right to move into you home without permission if I am homeless ???
My owning one gun or 100 guns doesn't require anyone else to perform a service for me that he is not paid for. Correct? Your children have that same exact right when it comes to health care. Correct? Or do you really think people just get free guns?
@Maddot Healthcare is not a right! Put down the Kool-Aid!
They do Maddot, that is why we have Doctors and hospitals. Whose fault is it that it cost so much? We need a better healthcare system in this country.
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Jack Burton says
Owning a gun is a right according to the founders and our constitution. Because they lived through what happens to people when that right is taken away.
Just because its in the constitution doesn't make it right, therefore I can't approve, but that's just me.
Actually that's the definition of a "right". That's why it's called the bill of rights. Not to mention what has happened to disarmed citizens in around the world without those rights.
Miss is right. Before the invention of guns there was never a woman raped, a home invaded, a weaker person abused by a stronger person, a single person set upon by three or four others. Why, it must have been a paradise of peace, love and rainbows.
Yeah...Way back when the Brit's occupied Scotland peacefully and the Alexander the Great rode around the countryside shaking hands with his fellow persians. Actually more people have been killed throughout history by the bow and arrow then guns.
Really? Owning a gun is a right and if there were no guns people would kill each other with swords or knives. Heck, look in our prisons, they kill each other with tooth brushes and bars of soap placed in pillow cases. It's not about guns!
They are quite innovative with those prison shanks. When my father worked in the Queens house of detention he saw an inmate killed with a rolled up newspaper that was made damp and then dried multiple times until it was like a knife.
Crazy Landmark! I actually knew someone that got attacked with a sharpened toothbrush. Crazy huh?
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Perhaps maybe the gov't should seize control of all the grocery stores and restaurants to ensure we all eat enough. We've fallen so far, sometimes it's hard to imagine this country will ever be the same.