• weapons debate...

    From cogniben77@VERT/TRN to All on Sat Jul 28 16:57:25 2012





    i am not expert when it comes to weapons like guns, rifles, and anything that is used to shoot people or wild animals. what i am a expert on in this weapons debate is a concerned citizen. now we all heard about the shooting in aurora colorado. we heard the details and as the days go by we hear or learn more and more about what possessed this young man to walk into a theater and shoot multiple people or victims where 12 people died and 40 to 50 wounded. now as a concerned citizen, i have to question a few things about
    how all this went down. first thing, it is all true that the gunman was able to purchase legally even though he may have used money that he got from the government to pay for his education. also another latest thing in this story, is that a pshyciatrist or head doctor was treating this young man before he went on his plan to shoot people in a movie theater. the debate issue that i wanted to bring up, is of course the NRA and gun laws and how there was any
    way that this shooting could have been prevented. or at least prevented in
    the future. i will end this debate here, only because, if i say anything more on this subject i might not be accurate with the details of the story. or might speculate more than bring along facts to this debate. thanks.

    chris ogniben

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  • From Gandolf@VERT to cogniben77 on Fri Aug 3 21:29:26 2012
    It's not up for debate.
    I have guns.
    I'm not giving them up.

    DONE.
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    Gandolf

    On 07/28/2012 05:57 PM, cogniben77 wrote:





    i am not expert when it comes to weapons like guns, rifles, and anything that is used to shoot people or wild animals. what i am a expert on in this weapons debate is a concerned citizen. now we all heard about the shooting in aurora colorado. we heard the details and as the days go by we hear or learn more and more about what possessed this young man to walk into a
    theater and shoot multiple people or victims where 12 people died and 40 to 50
    wounded. now as a concerned citizen, i have to question a few things about how all this went down. first thing, it is all true that the gunman was able to purchase legally even though he may have used money that he got from the government to pay for his education. also another latest thing in this story,
    is that a pshyciatrist or head doctor was treating this young man before he went on his plan to shoot people in a movie theater. the debate issue that i wanted to bring up, is of course the NRA and gun laws and how there was any way that this shooting could have been prevented. or at least prevented in the future. i will end this debate here, only because, if i say anything more
    on this subject i might not be accurate with the details of the story. or might speculate more than bring along facts to this debate. thanks.

    chris ogniben

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