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  1. #71
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    Yep. Where guns are concerned, blame the victim. And don't stop there...when a shooting occurs, pass another gun law affecting the innocents.
    There are two kinds of guns. Those I have acquired, and those I hope to.

  2. #72
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdi View Post
    (sigh) still far too many retards leaving firearms unsecured in vehicles.
    Why yes, if you leave a firearm unsecured in your vehicle, you are a 'tard. You have proven you are far too irresponsible to own or have control over firearms.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bang View Post
    Yep. Where guns are concerned, blame the victim. And don't stop there...when a shooting occurs, pass another gun law affecting the innocents.
    Yeah, c'mon man, while I am opposed to leaving gunz in carz, I wouldn't blame the 'tard who did. The guy stealing it probably should have been put under two or three charges ago.
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  3. #73
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    Yeah well I*m not blaming the tard that leaves a firearm unsecured in a vehicle. I am simply pointing out you*re a tard if you do it.

    I*ll expand the thought a bit. You*re probably a tard if you leave ANY high value items unsecured in your vehicle. To be clear, the thief gets the blame for stealing your unsecured item. You just get labeled a tard and the world keeps turning.

    I can understand that there are rare individuals that think they have no duty to secure their high value items to deter theft. Nothing I can do about that, they*re tards and by definition cannot understand the common sense thinking that goes along with not being a tard.

    There*s another more rare personality that leaves items unsecured in high theft environments. That would be the entitled, chip on his shoulder tard. This tard is impossible to reach with reason and logic, because he*s a tard imbibed with tard anger.

    Anyway, I do not support laws that sanction the *tarded. It*s punching down and just makes you look like a bully. So for any tards that might be having this post read to them, tard away it*s your right.

    Do be advised that if your tardisim contributes to someone being hurt or killed (because you tardidly left your firearm unsecured), you might get a well deserved beating by that person*s loved ones with a bar of soap in a sock. Or maybe a baseball bat.

    You won*t understand why this happened, but an untarded friend or loved one will probably patiently explain it to you in due time. Look, life is hard. It*s harder if you*re *tarded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bang View Post
    Yep. Where guns are concerned, blame the victim. And don't stop there...when a shooting occurs, pass another gun law affecting the innocents.
    Nobody is blaming the victim. The Right to own a firearm also comes with responsibility.

    If you read some of the interviews, a majority don*t have a LTCF and are basically committing a crime how they are carrying the firearm. I*ll excuse their ignorance, but now there is a stolen gun on the street. Others appear to be straw purchases. And the remainder either bad luck or they were observed placing the firearm in the auto.

    I have a cable secured mini safe deep in the trunk, but have only used it while at the casinos in NJ. I don*t leave anything of value in a car.

    I fully agree with your last sentence though. We have plenty of laws, they just have to be enforced as is. But there is an agenda to not blame criminals or hold them responsible for their actions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JenniferG View Post
    I have nothing illegal in the car officer thanks for asking.
    Great answer!!
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    The meaning of the Constitution should be fixed and known.
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  6. #76
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    Quote Originally Posted by NathanB View Post
    I answered yes one time. I was stopped late at night for following too close. 🙄. The only reason I answered yes is.because Iíd removed my holstered gun and set it in my center console. He could have seen it so I said I have my concealed carry. In the center console. He had me get out with my wife and kid in the car. Grabbed my gun and holster and took it back to his car where he hnholstered it unloaded it and field stripped it. All while behind me and probably not pointing it in a safe direction with an unfamiliar firearm. I got it back in pieces.

    All while Iím standing outside in the cold and freezing my balls off. No ticket. No nothing.

    From now on they can suck my balls. I have nothing to offer them.
    Not the way I'd have put it But You Are Correct.
    We shall stand and guard, though the angels sleep!
    The meaning of the Constitution should be fixed and known.
    Any "law" not founded in the Consturtion must be ignored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogey1 View Post
    You can lie to a cop but not a fed. Right?
    That's a bitch, "ain't" it.
    As far as I'm concerned, it's you G-d given right to Not tell the truth.
    You're Not under oath (which doesn't make any difference to some cops).
    We shall stand and guard, though the angels sleep!
    The meaning of the Constitution should be fixed and known.
    Any "law" not founded in the Consturtion must be ignored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaySmith View Post
    Under the duty to inform laws, if they ask, you have to answer yes.
    King George would have Loved those laws!!
    We shall stand and guard, though the angels sleep!
    The meaning of the Constitution should be fixed and known.
    Any "law" not founded in the Consturtion must be ignored.

  9. #79
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    If they have to BREAK INTO a car to steal the contents, the contents were secure. If the car contents is considered not secure because the car can be broken into, then might as well view a sucker-punched gun carrier losing his wallet and gun just as unsecured.

    Calling the gun loser a tard sure sounds like blame to me. How about a home break-in resulting in gun(s) on the street. Is that a tard'ed victim too? Next...a peeled safe labeled not secure enough?
    There are two kinds of guns. Those I have acquired, and those I hope to.

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    Yes.
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