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    Should have gone to Burger King - Have it your way

    http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/l...200227051.html

    Police took Weglarz to the police station, released him and seized weapons and ammunition from his house, as well as a pistol permit, which will be sent to the state firearms review board.

    Seized his weapons? Outrageous. Charged with breach of peace ... really? Its a freaking civil matter ...

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    lol! this comment cracked me up: "Hey, if she can handle pushing a baby out, she can take a hamburger to the face."

    but anyway, yeah, this has nothing to do with firearms nor his pistol permit. he could have handled the situation a bit better, but it has zero to do with firearms
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    Well I disagree, the man clearly is a angry nut case. I do not agree with how his weapons were seized without due process, but he should have been hospitalized and received a evaluation. I do not want people who are prone to blowing up in public, IN PUBLIC. Lock him up in the nut house until he is safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WalkingWolf View Post
    Well I disagree, the man clearly is a angry nut case. I do not agree with how his weapons were seized without due process, but he should have been hospitalized and received a evaluation. I do not want people who are prone to blowing up in public, IN PUBLIC. Lock him up in the nut house until he is safe.
    What you said was anyone who loses their temper should be tossed into a nuthouse....want to re-think that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    What you said was anyone who loses their temper should be tossed into a nuthouse....want to re-think that?
    No I don't there is a difference between losing ones temper, and acting violently in public. His behavior was of someone unhinged, I am not saying he should be carted off without evaluation, but he should be evaluated. It would be up to a doctor if he is safe to be loose in public. IMO it is a much better option than just taking his guns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WalkingWolf View Post
    No I don't there is a difference between losing ones temper, and acting violently in public. His behavior was of someone unhinged, I am not saying he should be carted off without evaluation, but he should be evaluated. It would be up to a doctor if he is safe to be loose in public. IMO it is a much better option than just taking his guns.
    You may not know this, but in CT they do take away your guns if they decide you need evaluation ... then only after they say your not nuts or a danger - then you get your guns back ... about 12 months later. You may not have known this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    You may not know this, but in CT they do take away your guns if they decide you need evaluation ... then only after they say your not nuts or a danger - then you get your guns back ... about 12 months later. You may not have known this...
    There are a lot of laws I do not agree with. My personal belief is that criminals should be in jail until they are no longer a threat. Dangerous nut cases belong in the hospital until they are no longer a danger. Once they are released they should have ALL their rights.

    In my ideal world everybody would be responsible for their behavior, don't want to go to jail, don't commit crimes. Don't want locked up in the looney bin, then control the temper. That way the law abiding responsible citizens are not punished for the nuts and dirt bags.
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    i agree WW, it hink this guy has some anger management issues. don't know if i want him carrying a gun, andi am a guy that thinks felons should be allowed to carry

    but this does remind me

    what is the difference between a porcupine and a BMW. the porcupine has the pricks on the outside

    but really do you become a pr!ck when you buy a BMW, or are you a pr!ck that you buy a BMW
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    i you call a CHP a CCW then you are really stupid. period.

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    Last time I checked, human beings don't have the right to tell other human beings what they may or may not possess. If you don't feel 'comfortable' with someone, just don't associate with them and keep the means to protect yourself on you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WalkingWolf View Post
    There are a lot of laws I do not agree with. My personal belief is that criminals should be in jail until they are no longer a threat. Dangerous nut cases belong in the hospital until they are no longer a danger. Once they are released they should have ALL their rights.

    In my ideal world everybody would be responsible for their behavior, don't want to go to jail, don't commit crimes. Don't want locked up in the looney bin, then control the temper. That way the law abiding responsible citizens are not punished for the nuts and dirt bags.
    WW, see this article about felons (not gun related but I thought it would interest you)

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...st-gun-owners/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich B View Post
    Last time I checked, human beings don't have the right to tell other human beings what they may or may not possess. If you don't feel 'comfortable' with someone, just don't associate with them and keep the means to protect yourself on you.
    Kinda hard to do when you work beside someone who takes a baggie full ( ok, maybe 15 -20 pills ) of meds every morning that look like Skittles for Christ sake, ( for his bi-polar disorder ) , and who has sugar real bad, but hey it's must be fine because CT desided to issue a carry permit to him. And because we work in a State building, it's not like I can carry to protect myself. Rich, there are ALWAYS exceptions I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich B View Post
    Last time I checked, human beings don't have the right to tell other human beings what they may or may not possess. If you don't feel 'comfortable' with someone, just don't associate with them and keep the means to protect yourself on you.
    The employees at McDonalds have no choice to associate with nut cases on occasion. Truly they cannot know who will flip out, it is not like it is tattooed on their foreheads. But I agree they should not be restricted on what the possess, they should be locked up for their actions, until they are safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WalkingWolf View Post
    The employees at McDonalds have no choice to associate with nut cases on occasion.
    Just like in any situation, a business or an individual has the right to deny service or association to anyone.
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