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Postby blackvault » Mon Sep 16, 2013 4:02 pm

The Daily Caller wrote:Feinstein calls for new gun control laws again after Navy Yard shooting

California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein is renewing her call for new gun-control laws because of Monday’s deadly Navy Yard shooting.

“When will enough be enough?” Feinstein said in a statement Monday evening.

“Congress must stop shirking its responsibility and resume a thoughtful debate on gun violence in this country,” she said. “We must do more to stop this endless loss of life.”

The FBI confirmed Monday afternoon that 34-year-old Aaron Alexis is the suspect in Monday’s massacre at the Navy Yard in Washington, D.C. Alexis died at the scene. Authorities are still looking for other potential gunmen in the rampage that has killed at least a dozen people.

“I mourn those killed today at the Navy Yard in Washington and send my thoughts and prayers to those families grieving the loss of loved ones,” Feinstein said.

“There are reports the killer was armed with an AR-15, a shotgun and a semiautomatic pistol when he stormed an American military installation in the nation’s capital and took at least 12 innocent lives,” she said.



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Postby thunder » Mon Sep 16, 2013 4:36 pm

those idiots cant understand its people that kill. not the gun but the guy using it. thay seem to ignore that fact.


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Postby Wing-Zero » Mon Sep 16, 2013 9:02 pm

So a radical gun grabber uses the graves of people killed as a podium to push an agenda.

What else is new?
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Postby greeney2 » Tue Sep 17, 2013 8:46 am

Nobody knows what the motive even is at this point, and they are off to the races with making everyone else pay with giving up gun rights. Again, the same thing could have been done with any number of rifles, when a gunmen is perched up in a balcony over a cafeteria, and just open fires. It makes the same sense as taking away all the cars, for the sake of all the drunk drivers.

I do not know why the mindset of anything that happens seems to always be "make some new rule" for everyone, instead of dealing with the real responsible person. Clearly this shooter had some other issues with prior arrests and gun problems, yet he ended up a civilian contractor on this kind of Navy Base. major Hussian, clearly showed some kind of irregular expressions and radical views as a army doctor, but we were to worried of offending his religious beliefs, that could have averted the Texas shooting. Again, cry's of more gun control as the cure. The kid last year who killed so many in the school, again clear signs of problems for years, not addressed and dealt with, so the solution is more gun control.

Maybe when we take the crimes and the prosecutions seriously, that should be something to criticize, not our gun rights. In 2 of these crimes above the shooter ended up dead, and only some grace of God saved Hussain from dying, but left him paralyzed. They all seem to have a death wish, and suicide by cop on their last day, choosing to take out as many people as possible in the process. Is this a good reason for gun control, or should our lawmakers be focusing on the pathetic level of physiological medicine in our society? More often than not this kind of care is so limited on insurance, it is ineffective caring for the real emotional and physiological problems.

The gun didn't walk into a Navy base and kill anyone, a person did. He simply drove into the base with his pass and guns in the trunk, and was simply waved in the gate. What measure of security and combat this? Search every single car, that comes in, the bases would have cars lined up for hours, just to start a simple work day. Is this what we want, a society that have security like airports at every government building or place to frequent. What a mess, base security failure, clearing this person to be on a base failure, ignoring his background failure, so the answer from Feinstien is gun control for you and me??? Ridiculous!
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Postby greeney2 » Tue Sep 17, 2013 8:59 am

http://gma.yahoo.com/navy-yard-shooter- ... ories.html

A little insite into this person with this link just finding out a little about him. Does this sound like everyone else in this country should have gun rights taken? The guy sounds like a troubled person. Again violent video games a piece of the puzzle---that sound familiar? However for the millions of others that play these games, they are not on the edge of suicidal mass murder acts.
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Postby capricorn » Tue Sep 17, 2013 10:40 am

This guys didn't even use an AR-15. So what? Are we supposed to ban shotguns now?

These politicians are sickos.. not even a moment to reflect on the lives of those lost. Nope... strait to pushing their political agendas. Sick. Gross. Twisted. Appalling.
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