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    15 Nov '17 14:43
    http://thefederalist.com/2017/11/15/biden-hero-stopped-texas-church-shooter-wrong-gun/

    Joe Biden has just come out and said that the hero who shot the Texas church shooter should not have been allowed to own the AR 15 he used to stop the murderer.
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    15 Nov '17 14:471 edit
    He's right.

    Everything we need to know about the Democrats is that they're right?

    Okay then.

    Edit: wait, why are you still talking about this? Certainly there must've already been a new shooting in Fatland, no? This must be ancient news by now.
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    15 Nov '17 14:50
    Originally posted by @great-king-rat
    He's right.

    Everything we need to know about the Democrats is that they're right?

    Okay then.
    YouTube : ar15

    When faced with the truth, the truth always loses. That is what it means to be a Dim.

    How is that transformation into Venezuela working for the DNC? We all see how great it works.
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    15 Nov '17 15:02
    Originally posted by @whodey
    [youtubear15]jafkVM-jnbE[/youtube]

    When faced with the truth, the truth always loses. That is what it means to be a Dim.

    How is that transformation into Venezuela working for the DNC? We all see how great it works.
    Further questions arise: why are you even talking about this incident?

    120 heroin deaths everyday, you've told us. Why aren't you talking about that? Way more important than Fatlands "mass-shooting of the week", right?
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    15 Nov '17 15:52
    Originally posted by @whodey
    http://thefederalist.com/2017/11/15/biden-hero-stopped-texas-church-shooter-wrong-gun/

    Joe Biden has just come out and said that the hero who shot the Texas church shooter should not have been allowed to own the AR 15 he used to stop the murderer.
    hey, jackass, did you stop to think that maybe if the hero didn't had that gun, the shooter wouldn't have had one either? That some civilian finally managing to shoot a mass shooter (the vast majority of mass shooting end with police killing the shooter or him committing suicide) after 26 people died is not a victory? That that civilian could have been mistaken by the police and shot? That 26 people died and none of them could stop him?


    You're whodey. You don't stop to think. You don't think while moving either. You just drive on autopilot through every issue.
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    15 Nov '17 17:28
    Originally posted by @whodey
    [youtubear15]jafkVM-jnbE[/youtube]

    When faced with the truth, the truth always loses. That is what it means to be a Dim.

    How is that transformation into Venezuela working for the DNC? We all see how great it works.
    To Fing funny thanks. I have shot full auto ARs and I like my pistol grip 12 ga. pump. It depends on the situation. Close combat, say, in your house or at range, you need the proper weapon depending on the circumstances.
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    15 Nov '17 23:55
    Originally posted by @whodey
    http://thefederalist.com/2017/11/15/biden-hero-stopped-texas-church-shooter-wrong-gun/

    Joe Biden has just come out and said that the hero who shot the Texas church shooter should not have been allowed to own the AR 15 he used to stop the murderer.
    Why do you think the guy is a hero?
    Would you have done the same?
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    16 Nov '17 00:061 edit
    Originally posted by @wolfgang59
    Why do you think the guy is a hero?
    Would you have done the same?
    Er.....um.....dunno. Maybe because he stopped a mass murderer.

    I would like I would have done the same even if it meant I lose the gun fight.
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    16 Nov '17 08:06
    Originally posted by @whodey
    Er.....um.....dunno. Maybe because he stopped a mass murderer.

    I would like I would have done the same even if it meant I lose the gun fight.
    A life-changing event might do you some good.

    You know, a re-examination of what's actually important to you.

    Maybe you'd finally stop focusing on minutia on a chess website.
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    16 Nov '17 11:171 edit
    Originally posted by @whodey
    I would like I would have done the same even if it meant I lose the gun fight.
    So if you would have done the same you therefore consider yourself a hero.
    Hail to thee!
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    16 Nov '17 11:19
    Originally posted by @whodey
    Er.....um.....dunno. Maybe because he stopped a mass murderer.
    .
    Did he "stop" him?
    I thought he chased him - a job better left to trained professionals.
    (Although I forgot that your police aren't trained)
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    16 Nov '17 18:16
    Originally posted by @wolfgang59
    Did he "stop" him?
    I thought he chased him - a job better left to trained professionals.
    (Although I forgot that your police aren't trained)
    Did he "stop" him?
    I thought he chased him


    What's the difference if he gets the killer to stop killing?
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    16 Nov '17 18:331 edit
    Originally posted by @wolfgang59
    Did he "stop" him?
    I thought he chased him - a job better left to trained professionals.
    (Although I forgot that your police aren't trained)
    a job better left to trained professionals.

    When idealism meets up with reality it's not always a perfect fit.
    Would you prefer to wait for trained professionals to show up if your child was a potential victim?
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    18 Nov '17 05:58
    Originally posted by @lemon-lime
    [b]a job better left to trained professionals.

    When idealism meets up with reality it's not always a perfect fit.
    Would you prefer to wait for trained professionals to show up if your child was a potential victim?[/b]
    Frankly YES.
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    18 Nov '17 11:54
    Originally posted by @lemon-lime
    [b]a job better left to trained professionals.

    When idealism meets up with reality it's not always a perfect fit.
    Would you prefer to wait for trained professionals to show up if your child was a potential victim?[/b]
    If your child needs brain surgery, would you rather wait for the professionals or instead ask a willing random stranger?
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