Results 1 to 10 of 10

Thread: 09/26/07 - Carroll County attempts to ban guns in government

  1. #1
    Campaign Veteran
    Join Date
    May 2006
    Location
    Fairfax County, VA, ,
    Posts
    689

    Post imported post

    I hope this has not been posted yet. This is not even up at the nonsense level. When will the politicians learn that "Gun-Free Zones" are dangerous.
    http://www2.vcdl.org/webapps/vcdl/va...?RECID=1838466

  2. #2
    Regular Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    Location
    Stafford, VA, , Afghanistan
    Posts
    349

    Post imported post

    No one seems to figure out all of these shootings have happened in GFZs---sounds like the county is committing reckless endangerment by creating a GFZ--because that is where all the shootings are happening.

  3. #3
    Regular Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2007
    Location
    Great Lakes, , USA
    Posts
    167

    Post imported post

    No one seems to figure out all of these shootings have happened in GFZs---sounds like the county is committing reckless endangerment by creating a GFZ--because that is where all the shootings are happening.
    Seems this could be turned into an opportunity to discourage GFZ's if a lawsuit were filed. Well, might seem silly, but that's how the libs operate, why not turn it around on them? Yeah, I know it takes a pot of FRN's, but maybe not if one could find a pro RKBA attorney to do it pro bono or better yet an RKBA org to ante up?

    Just a wild and crazy idea. I get so tired of the supposed 'protected nature' of a GFZ... or should it be called a ViDZ -Victim Disarmament Zone?

  4. #4
    Regular Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Location
    Catasauqua, Pennsylvania, USA
    Posts
    3,047

    Post imported post

    bobcat wrote:
    No one seems to figure out all of these shootings have happened in GFZs---sounds like the county is committing reckless endangerment by creating a GFZ--because that is where all the shootings are happening.
    Seems this could be turned into an opportunity to discourage GFZ's if a lawsuit were filed. Well, might seem silly, but that's how the libs operate, why not turn it around on them? Yeah, I know it takes a pot of FRN's, but maybe not if one could find a pro RKBA attorney to do it pro bono or better yet an RKBA org to ante up?

    Just a wild and crazy idea. I get so tired of the supposed 'protected nature' of a GFZ... or should it be called a ViDZ -Victim Disarmament Zone?
    I've been saying for a while that the families of the victims of the Virginia Tech incident should sue the school for banning guns, which was a negligent and/or reckless act that led to the deaths.

  5. #5
    Regular Member
    Join Date
    May 2006
    Location
    Richmond, Kentucky, USA
    Posts
    534

    Post imported post

    imperialism2024 wrote:
    bobcat wrote:
    No one seems to figure out all of these shootings have happened in GFZs---sounds like the county is committing reckless endangerment by creating a GFZ--because that is where all the shootings are happening.
    Seems this could be turned into an opportunity to discourage GFZ's if a lawsuit were filed. Well, might seem silly, but that's how the libs operate, why not turn it around on them? Yeah, I know it takes a pot of FRN's, but maybe not if one could find a pro RKBA attorney to do it pro bono or better yet an RKBA org to ante up?

    Just a wild and crazy idea. I get so tired of the supposed 'protected nature' of a GFZ... or should it be called a ViDZ -Victim Disarmament Zone?
    I've been saying for a while that the families of the victims of the Virginia Tech incident should sue the school for banning guns, which was a negligent and/or reckless act that led to the deaths.

    Imp, I agree 100%, and have posted in similar vein else where on this forum in the past. Sadly ,the devil's advocates here have pointed out that the students were free to go to school elsewhere, or abide by school rules. Outrageous crap,sure, but surely symptomatic of the way in which property rights trump basic human rights in our society today. I have NEVER been able to figure out how rendering folks defenceless makes them safer!

    TrueBrit.


  6. #6
    Campaign Veteran
    Join Date
    May 2006
    Location
    Fairfax County, VA, ,
    Posts
    689

    Post imported post

    TrueBrit,+1. I still can't see how these folks see that putting a "law" into place that bans law-abiding citizens from having a gun, will solve the threat of a "mass-shooting" or any other type of crime from occuring. It makes me nuts to keep hearing this from these people. when will they relealize that Bad Guys don't follow the law? AARGH!!

    (I still had a great time in yourhomeland, last month! Keep telling lots of fun stories)

  7. #7
    Regular Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Location
    Catasauqua, Pennsylvania, USA
    Posts
    3,047

    Post imported post

    DoubleR wrote:
    TrueBrit,+1. I still can't see how these folks see that putting a "law" into place that bans law-abiding citizens from having a gun, will solve the threat of a "mass-shooting" or any other type of crime from occuring.
    The thing is, though, these bans don't just not prevent mass shootings from occurring. They encourage mass shootings through ensuring the intended victims are unarmed. That's the basis I'd like to use to take civil action...

  8. #8
    Regular Member
    Join Date
    May 2006
    Location
    Richmond, Kentucky, USA
    Posts
    534

    Post imported post

    imperialism2024 wrote:
    DoubleR wrote:
    TrueBrit,+1. I still can't see how these folks see that putting a "law" into place that bans law-abiding citizens from having a gun, will solve the threat of a "mass-shooting" or any other type of crime from occuring.
    The thing is, though, these bans don't just not prevent mass shootings from occurring. They encourage mass shootings through ensuring the intended victims are unarmed. That's the basis I'd like to use to take civil action...
    Fellers, I am cynical enough to believe that these atrocities are like MANNA FROM HEAVEN to the gun grabbers. They NEED these tragedies so that they can dance in the blood of the slain, and demand ever more stringent gun regulation. The college ninjas would mostly be out of a job if all of the students packed defensive weaponry, and this holds good for most of the alphabet soup LE agencies, if more folks took responsibility for their own safety. All about job security, really.

    No one would like to see the VT poo bahs get hammered into oblivion with BIG lawsuits more than I would. We can only hope....

    TrueBrit.



  9. #9
    Regular Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Location
    Catasauqua, Pennsylvania, USA
    Posts
    3,047

    Post imported post

    TrueBrit wrote:
    imperialism2024 wrote:
    DoubleR wrote:
    TrueBrit,+1. I still can't see how these folks see that putting a "law" into place that bans law-abiding citizens from having a gun, will solve the threat of a "mass-shooting" or any other type of crime from occuring.
    The thing is, though, these bans don't just not prevent mass shootings from occurring. They encourage mass shootings through ensuring the intended victims are unarmed. That's the basis I'd like to use to take civil action...
    Fellers, I am cynical enough to believe that these atrocities are like MANNA FROM HEAVEN to the gun grabbers. They NEED these tragedies so that they can dance in the blood of the slain, and demand ever more stringent gun regulation. The college ninjas would mostly be out of a job if all of the students packed defensive weaponry, and this holds good for most of the alphabet soup LE agencies, if more folks took responsibility for their own safety. All about job security, really.
    Naturally. Just like how if the NRA succeeded in granting full, uninfringed rights to keep and bear arms to the American people, they would no longer have a purpose and thus the organization would fold. But that's for another discussion...

    Really, though, whenever I hear that there's been another murder in this area, which happens fairly often in the sh!thole known as Allentown, the first thing I think is, "God, I hope the attacker didn't use a gun."

  10. #10
    Regular Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2006
    Location
    Toledo, Ohio, USA
    Posts
    245

    Post imported post

    bobcat wrote:
    Just a wild and crazy idea. I get so tired of the supposed 'protected nature' of a GFZ... or should it be called a ViDZ -Victim Disarmament Zone?
    In Ohio, we call them CPZs. Criminal Protection Zones. Anytime you hear somebody say safer on the subject of firearms, they're not finishing their sentences. They mean safer... for criminals.

    ANYBODY who provides for the criminals should be treated as one and impeached for their high crime against their constituency.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •