Editor Steve Sadin email@example.com
3:30 pm on Sunday, January 20, 2013
@ The Q,
To regulate includes banning, for example food is regulated and animal waste is "banned" from being in food. Its a broad concept, regulation, but its also noted in the Second Amendment as well. You should read it some time, the constitution as well.
3:26 pm on Sunday, January 20, 2013
A gun originally designed and used for military use, and later adapted for consumers, or more correctly paranoid nuts that think we are entering pure tyranny, i.e. the days of King George. See how simple it is?
3:24 pm on Sunday, January 20, 2013
Where did you get the numbers? Provide the source, let me guess its a gun rights internet site. Most homicides that involve a gun take place between persons that know each other to some extent. That includes spouses, gang bangers, and drug dealers. That does not include everyone else. Your assertion is inconsistent.
3:18 pm on Sunday, January 20, 2013
The guns aren't being messed with, you can buy a gun today. True, military models are being questioned. I'm sure every nut that thinks we are on the edge of "tyranny" has already bought there piece, including a 30 round clip. The rest of America doesn't see the edge of tyranny, they are more concerned with the latest smart phone or reality show. Get some insight.
3:14 pm on Sunday, January 20, 2013
Where will the money come to chase down the 77,000 you noted? That's right since the solution is to stop spending, you and others will just do it for free, right?
3:10 pm on Sunday, January 20, 2013
@ S. Sloane
Once something becomes illegal it is no longer legal and can be confiscated. Booze is an example. Things can an do change, get use to it.
3:08 pm on Sunday, January 20, 2013
Where from your fertile mind do you come up with this stuff? The murdering that took place at Sandy Hook is not about crime prevention, its about how easily apparently disturbed people can get a gun. What's the connection you are trying to make about criminals have guns and we are all defenseless? You want a gun, then go buy one. what's your complaint specifically?
11:23 am on Sunday, January 20, 2013
Want to start finding money to pay teachers, get rid of the highly paid superintedent and administrative staff. That's what is happening on the private side. As all three of my kids went through the GL system I was shocked to meet an assistant principle, paid around 90K per year, who admitted spending much of his time monitoring the dress code of students. Lets get real, teachers don't need baby sitting to teach, and kids will be kids. Quit bashing teachers and let them do their job, just like all of do without others looking over their shoulders.
7:59 pm on Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Minor correction in your comment above. Schools cannot prevent communication between parents. The school may not provide the name of a student to an inquiring parent, but that is a matter of confidentiality about a student, not a parent.
The remainder of your comment is closer to banter and not really specific enough to warrant much from a reader. Nice try at banter though.
7:52 pm on Tuesday, December 4, 2012
@ Bree Olson.
Do you drink a lot of booze? Drunks always lean toward fighting it out.
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