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Message Subject GUN OWNERS - ANTI - GUN LIBTARDS - PLEASE WATCH THIS VIDEO!!!
Poster Handle s. d. butler
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God, you really are dumb. A little kid deflecting the logic behind the argument of others who don't agree with them.

Show me as many killings as you want, it still doesn't take away from the fact that closing the gun show loophole will make it harder for criminals to get guns.

And every time I hear, bombs kill people too, cars kill people too, lets ban trains they can kill people too, it reminds me how little kids so many people are mentally. So dumb.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16439676


Well, okay, good point.

I mean, look at all the illegal drugs that no one in the States can get: Heroin, cocaine, MJ (in most states), meth, X, etc.

pick
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8397139


And imagine how much easier it would be, how many more people could get them if they could just go to a drug show and freely buy them there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16439676


Have you ever heard of the "Volstead Act" / Constitutional Amendment 18? Do some research.

History can teach you a lot of things (protip - try Google).

Look into Economics while you're at it. The more elementary aspects aren't too difficult, so don't be afraid to dig in! Check out the theory of supply and demand.

Next will be the hard part - your final exam! You will be asked to connect the dots between the Volstead Act and the theory of Supply and Demand.

You'll need to take it slow and easy. Don't overwork your brain.
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Yeah.It would be instructive to the nit wits wouldn't it?

I doubt if weed and meth are more than one phone call for most people. Might take a little more to get the other drugs.
 
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