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Illegally stacked SCOTUS releases its new gun rights opinion

God of War

Lets go Brandon!
Stay tuned…expect even more gun carnage…
Bugsy: But no "stop and frisk"... that's ray-cyst. But I demand you give me a solution for NYC criminality.

Citizen: Hey, maybe God can make a come back?

Bugsy: No, God is unconstitutional. But I demand someone come up with a solution. Especially conservatives. This is their problem to fix.
 

Bugsy McGurk

President
Bugsy: But no "stop and frisk"... that's ray-cyst. But I demand you give me a solution for NYC criminality.

Citizen: Hey, maybe God can make a come back?

Bugsy: No, God is unconstitutional. But I demand someone come up with a solution. Especially conservatives. This is their problem to fix.
Yikes. Such a messy brain.
 

Bugsy McGurk

President
Every mass shooter is a “law abiding gun owner” right up until he/she fires the first shot.
Yup. It shouldn’t be too long before guns are sold by street vendors in NYC and elsewhere. And many more “law abiding gun owners” will kill people.
 

PhilFish

Administrator
Staff member
By definition, those who slaughter people are criminals. And the illegally stacked SCOTUS just made it much easier to engage in the slaughter.
Yes we have a lot of criminals these days. And the diminution of our policing forces make it much easier to engage in the slaughter.
 

Bugsy McGurk

President
Yes we have a lot of criminals these days. And the diminution of our policing forces make it much easier to engage in the slaughter.
Crikey. There were dozens of cops at the Uvalde school slaughter. They stood around for an hour. A lack of police is hardly the problem.
 

PhilFish

Administrator
Staff member
Crikey. There were dozens of cops at the Uvalde school slaughter. They stood around for an hour. A lack of police is hardly the problem.
Naturally those dozens of cops at Uvalde School are not indicative of the attitude and demeanor towards police across this country as a whole. Do you not agree? I think it is agreed however that those police at the school failed in their role. Do you not agree?
 

Bugsy McGurk

President
Naturally those dozens of cops at Uvalde School are not indicative of the attitude and demeanor towards police across this country as a whole. Do you not agree? I think it is agreed however that those police at the school failed in their role. Do you not agree?
Of course they failed. By definition, police do not stop the countless gun slaughters we have seen. It’s quite obvious that policing is neither the problem nor the solution.
 

PhilFish

Administrator
Staff member
Of course they failed. By definition, police do not stop the countless gun slaughters we have seen. It’s quite obvious that policing is neither the problem nor the solution.
Naturally you understand that the police are rarely there at the moment these countless gunslaughters occur, is that correct?
Hopefully you also understand that when police are present gunslaughters rarely occur, is my understanding correct?

I'm also optimistic that you understand that we cannot have police everywhere all the time. Is my optimism well-founded?
We hopefully our mutually agreed that where there are not police and a gun sits in Earth without human intervention, there is typically not a gunslaughter occurring. Are we mutually agreed?
 

Bugsy McGurk

President
Naturally you understand that the police are rarely there at the moment these countless gunslaughters occur, is that correct?
Hopefully you also understand that when police are present gunslaughters rarely occur, is my understanding correct?

I'm also optimistic that you understand that we cannot have police everywhere all the time. Is my optimism well-founded?
We hopefully our mutually agreed that where there are not police and a gun sits in Earth without human intervention, there is typically not a gunslaughter occurring. Are we mutually agreed?
Aren’t you becoming bored by your repetitive rhetorical questions?

As you know, I did not say police are useless. I said what is obvious - policing does not, by definition, stop the gun slaughter we see.
 

PhilFish

Administrator
Staff member
Aren’t you becoming bored by your repetitive rhetorical questions?

As you know, I did not say police are useless. I said what is obvious - policing does not, by definition, stop the gun slaughter we see.
I'm intrigued, not bored. You seem to continually wish the dance around the subject. We've already agreed that guns are inanimate. So they're not slaughtering anybody. They are factually sitting about in a doing absolutely nothing until a force is applied to them externally.

Get to address the root cause of the matter which is seemingly crazy people. Are you ready to address that subject yet?
 

Bugsy McGurk

President
I'm intrigued, not bored. You seem to continually wish the dance around the subject. We've already agreed that guns are inanimate. So they're not slaughtering anybody. They are factually sitting about in a doing absolutely nothing until a force is applied to them externally.

Get to address the root cause of the matter which is seemingly crazy people. Are you ready to address that subject yet?
Sorry, but I don’t find repetitive rhetorical questions intriguing. To each his own.

As to crazy people, I fully support screening gun sales to screen out crazy people. I also support making mental health treatment far more available. In short, I tend to support everything that right wingers oppose. As the gun carnage increases.
 

PhilFish

Administrator
Staff member
Sorry, but I don’t find repetitive rhetorical questions intriguing. To each his own.

As to crazy people, I fully support screening gun sales to screen out crazy people. I also support making mental health treatment far more available. In short, I tend to support everything that right wingers oppose. As the gun carnage increases.
Then it does seem to me that you and I are aligned in our views with the exception of your overarching habit of blaming inanimate things. I'm glad we made this progress. Very exciting
 

Bugsy McGurk

President
Then it does seem to me that you and I are aligned in our views with the exception of your overarching habit of blaming inanimate things. I'm glad we made this progress. Very exciting
I don’t “blame inanimate things.” I also don’t pretend that those inanimate things are not used by people for the purpose for which they were designed - slaughtering other people - begging the question of why their sale shouldn’t be dramatically restricted.
 

PhilFish

Administrator
Staff member
I don’t “blame inanimate things.” I also don’t pretend that those inanimate things are not used by people for the purpose for which they were designed - slaughtering other people - begging the question of why their sale shouldn’t be dramatically restricted.
Cool. Getting closer. Yes... restrictions. Yes to identifying those people and intervening
 
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