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Please stay on topic.  

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4 hours ago, SanookTeufel said:

How is this even a debate?

These people are trying to say marketing is responsible for someone shooting people?

unbelievable. 

Surely the media outlets that unwittingly promote these massacres with their "coverage of events" are partly to blame as well.

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Blaming gun manufacturers and dealers for the deaths of people is about as logical as blaming heroin producers and distributors for the death of people.

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6 minutes ago, Don Mega said:

Surely the media outlets that unwittingly promote these massacres with their "coverage of events" are partly to blame as well.

Indeed a news blackout would greatly reduce gun crime. Thats only logical.

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I dint agree with holding the mfg.responsible that beeing said I certainly hold the lax gun laws responsible on a side note I’d be delighted to see the sandy hook families allowed some (quality) time with a certain mr Alex Jones preferably armed with baseball  bats!

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10 hours ago, evadgib said:

Surely the firer was to blame rather than the firearm or manufacturer?

More NRA bullxxxx.

 

Perhaps it would be better if there never was a gun, or if gun ownership / possession was highly restricted to very specific groups of people. 

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35 minutes ago, scorecard said:

More NRA bullxxxx.

 

Perhaps it would be better if there never was a gun, or if gun ownership / possession was highly restricted to very specific groups of people. 

Try BASC. I more or less agree re the rest.

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