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Magazine capacity and casualties in mass shooting

Do Mag Bans Reduce Casualties In Mass Shootings?

4 Responses to “Magazine capacity and casualties in mass shooting”

  1. Lyle Says:

    “Do Mag Bans Reduce Casualties In Mass Shootings?”

    Wrong question. I offer some alternatives;

    1. Who has the right to determine the manner in which you arm yourself?
    2. Is an armed populace better able to defend itself than an unarmed one?
    3. Do criminals tend more obey or to break laws?
    4. What poses the greater danger to a criminal lifestyle, the police or a well-armed citizenry?
    5. Given your answer to question 4, who has the greatest motivation to disarm the population at large?
    6. Given your answer to question 5, what are we to think of politicians who want to restrict our right to keep and bear arms?

  2. mikee Says:

    Why does the criminality of some other person cause a restriction my individual rights?

    Group punishment is a violation of every human rights charter on earth, as well as the US Constitution.

  3. Lyle Says:

    “Why does the criminality of some other person cause a restriction [on] my individual rights?”

    Because the criminal doesn’t pose a threat to the authoritarian system and you do. This is why “we must strive to understand the criminal and the social and economic conditions which led to his desperate actions” while we punish you.

  4. Ron W Says:

    Lyle asks an excellent question: 1. Who has the right to determine the manner in which you arm yourself?

    Certainly no one in government since its officials and agents all operate UNDER our delegated powers for which they have NONE to make that determination. We the people have the sole RIGHT to determine that and the GREATER always delegates to the LESSER.