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  1. as they sink into the dustbin of history in economic, demographic and cultural collapse, they pause to attack law abiding gun owners one more time.
    there are now words for this level of silliness.

  2. So, what were the new regulations? I watched the video, and I heard talk About the regulations, but I didnt hear What they were.

  3. Nero reportedly played his fiddle while Rome burned. Politicians will have their body guards, food supplies, and good living regardless of what might happen. I’m all for reducing gun crimes and gun violence. Yet, the incremental approach the politicos are using striving to one day ban all guns — depriving people of the right to self-defense– is far more dangerous than focusing on relatively small amounts of violence among populations of mega millions.

  4. They don’t need an armed or proficient populace, since most Eurozone countries don’t really have standing armies anyway. I doubt Italy or the Netherlands could defend themselves against Samoa, if somebody gave the Samoans enough boats to get there.

  5. No surprise. The whole of Europe is a joke, a fascinating study of self-emasculating sabotage. There’s really nothing more to be said; the US was formed 235 years ago for a reason, and it’s nice to be reminded of it every now and then.

    The only unfortunate part is that the US used to look out from its borders for lessons of what NOT to do. Now, lefty politicians try to emulate these failing, oppressive, wannabe-third-world countries.

  6. There will always be mass killings, murders, and suicides. No matter how many laws, regulations, and checks you pass people will always kill each other.

  7. You guys are funny especially when you trot out that jingoistic USA-USA nonsense.

    And the comparison to the 1930s is pretty enjoyable too.

    You predictions are what: confiscation of civilian guns?


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