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    Losing coach strays further, blasts 'outdated Bill of Rights', NRA

    “Let’s have some checks. It’s easier to get a gun than it is a driver’s license. And it’s insane. And as somebody who has had a family member shot and killed, it just devastates me every time I read about this stuff, like what happened in Orlando, and then it’s even more devastating to see the government just cowing to the NRA and going to this totally outdated Bill of Rights, right to bear arms, you know, if you want to own a musket, fine — but come on.”
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    “Kerr’s father was killed in Beirut by Islamic militants using a silenced weapon (heavily regulated in the U.S.) and [he] thinks that passing more gun laws in the U.S. will help. This coach and writer should be ashamed of their own ignorance,” added another.

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...-coach-blasts/

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...-coach-blasts/

    "On January 18, 1984, [Malcom] Kerr was shot and killed by two gunmen outside his [American University, Beirut] office; he was 52. Years later, information regarding Kerr's assassins and their motives still remain uncertain, although Islamic Jihad took credit for the murder."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare View Post
    ďLetís have some checks. Itís easier to get a gun than it is a driverís license. And itís insane. And as somebody who has had a family member shot and killed, it just devastates me every time I read about this stuff, like what happened in Orlando, and then itís even more devastating to see the government just cowing to the NRA and going to this totally outdated Bill of Rights, right to bear arms, you know, if you want to own a musket, fine ó but come on.Ē
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    ďKerrís father was killed in Beirut by Islamic militants using a silenced weapon (heavily regulated in the U.S.) and [he] thinks that passing more gun laws in the U.S. will help. This coach and writer should be ashamed of their own ignorance,Ē added another.

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...#disqus_thread

    "On January 18, 1984, [Malcom] Kerr was shot and killed by two gunmen outside his [American University, Beirut] office; he was 52. Years later, information regarding Kerr's assassins and their motives still remain uncertain, although Islamic Jihad took credit for the murder."
    Apples and apricots.

    A gun equates to a vehicle. There is more potential for harm in the misuse of a vehicle.

    Concealed permit relates to a driving license.
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    One does not need a license to travel .... one does not need a permission slip to exercise any right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    One does not need a license to travel .... one does not need a permission slip to exercise any right.
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