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Thread: Washington State Sen. Adam Kline talks about his decision to stop gun legislation

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    Regular Member Whitney's Avatar
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    Washington State Sen. Adam Kline talks about his decision to stop gun legislation

    The problem with America is stupidity.
    I'm not saying there should be capital punishment for stupidity, but why don't we just take the safety labels off of everything and let the problem solve itself?

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    I'd love to hear him describe how sales go at gunshows. I'll bet he thinks you can just walk in and walk out with a machine gun. If he thinks all these felons they claim are getting guns are buying them from private sellers or dealers that are selling from their personal stock and not dealers making illegals sales but still wants every sale at a gun show to be accompanied by a background check on all buyers, that would end up meaning all private sales putside gun shows would also have to be done this way. That would end up menaing all guns would have to be registered so as to keep up with where every guns goes. We all know that will end up leading to gov keeping up with every single gun so as to know who has what when they decide it's time to gather them all up. That just ain't what this counrty was founded on and is the same type of reason we decided to leave England so many years ago.

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    Why would Mr. Kline be against a safety device that is recognized as nearly ESSENTIAL in some European nations like a Suppressor? Used in crimes? Really? Good thing he's not a member here--I call SHENANIGANS, and insist on a verifiable citation to that claim. From the research I've done, suppressors are used in violent crimes in the US less frequently than frying pans...

    According to "Criminal Use of Firearm Silencers", a study by Paul A. Clark (Alaska Public Defender Agency), published in the Western Criminology Review, 2007, more than 80% of Federal suppressor charges are for non-violent, victimless crimes, meaning that most of them were simply for unlicensed possession or possession by a prohibited person that wasn't otherwise using them to commit a violent crime at the time of the suppressor violation.

    Mr. Kline is a tyrannical propagandist, AND his Google-fu is weak...
    It is our cause to dispel the foggy thinking which avoids hard decisions in the delusion that a world of conflict will somehow mysteriously resolve itself into a world of harmony, if we just don't rock the boat or irritate the forces of aggression—and this is hogwash."
    --Barry Goldwater, 1964

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    Me thinks Mr. Kline has watched too many Hollywood movies.

    The most frequent suppressor crime is not using it to do violence on is simply possessing it.

    Daddy says no chocolate candy. The crime is not in eating it, it is having it. Go to your room!
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    Old and treacherous will beat young and skilled every time. Yata hey.

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    Regular Member Jack House's Avatar
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    He's absolutely right, the liberals haven't been unreasonable enough. It's time to kick it into high gear.

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    So in other words he's a cry baby. He flat out admits that he's killing bills that he views as reasonable just because he can't get his way on a different bill.

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