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Jun 15, 2022 06:28:26   #
Calconserv
 
Since most young people haven't lived long enough to have a history of violence what about putting a regulation on them until the age of 25.
They should need to have a person who is over the age of 25 and can pass a back ground check themselves vouch for said young person stating that to the best of their knowledge said young person has no history of violence. I don't think that said voucher should be held responsible for said young person if they commit any violence unless they knowingly lie on the application. After young person reaches age 25 all connection with voucher should no longer apply. They have age appropriate laws for young people with drivers licensing ,just makes sense to me that same should apply for gun ownership. If said young person cannot get anyone to vouch for them then maybe they should not have a gun.
I am not anti gun I believe very strongly in the second amendment but something needs to be done. Our daughter is a junior high teacher so theses school shootings hit too close to home.
FJB

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Jun 15, 2022 06:32:36   #
cali
 
Calconserv wrote:
Since most young people haven't lived long enough to have a history of violence what about putting a regulation on them until the age of 25.
They should need to have a person who is over the age of 25 and can pass a back ground check themselves vouch for said young person stating that to the best of their knowledge said young person has no history of violence. I don't think that said voucher should be held responsible for said young person if they commit any violence unless they knowingly lie on the application. After young person reaches age 25 all connection with voucher should no longer apply. They have age appropriate laws for young people with drivers licensing ,just makes sense to me that same should apply for gun ownership. If said young person cannot get anyone to vouch for them then maybe they should not have a gun.
I am not anti gun I believe very strongly in the second amendment but something needs to be done. Our daughter is a junior high teacher so theses school shootings hit too close to home.
FJB
Since most young people haven't lived long enough ... (show quote)


Scrap all gun laws and see how fast massshootings halt....jmo

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Jun 15, 2022 06:56:00   #
Calconserv
 
cali wrote:
Scrap all gun laws and see how fast massshootings halt....jmo


Not sure if that would be productive. Our daughter said that about half of the teachers would keep a gun in the classroom so not all teachers are willing to be victimised but we live in California so that will never happen, but not for long my husband and I are moving to Texas

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Jun 15, 2022 07:28:14   #
Sonny Magoo Loc: Where pot pie is boiled in a kettle
 
cali wrote:
Scrap all gun laws and see how fast massshootings halt....jmo


Only in a nation of good people.
The problem is, we're not "good" anymore.
We threw that out years ago. Godless, aborted, divorced, drugged, q***r i***ts we've become. Not good folks, reprobate.

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Jun 15, 2022 07:33:53   #
Kevyn
 
Calconserv wrote:
Not sure if that would be productive. Our daughter said that about half of the teachers would keep a gun in the classroom so not all teachers are willing to be victimised but we live in California so that will never happen, but not for long my husband and I are moving to Texas


Every time a Californian moves to Texas the collective IQ of each state gos up.

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Jun 15, 2022 07:34:40   #
Calconserv
 
Sonny Magoo wrote:
Only in a nation of good people.
The problem is, we're not "good" anymore.
We threw that out years ago. Godless, aborted, divorced, drugged, q***r i***ts we've become. Not good folks, reprobate.


Just having that exact discussion with hubby. Too many men walking away from responsibility and letting the state raise their kids. Then they use violent video games as a babysitter then have the nerve to wonder why they are so screwed up

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Jun 15, 2022 07:37:21   #
Calconserv
 
Kevyn wrote:
Every time a Californian moves to Texas the collective IQ of each state gos up.


Sorry, not going to bite

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Jun 15, 2022 07:55:12   #
Tiptop789 Loc: State of Denial
 
Sonny Magoo wrote:
Only in a nation of good people.
The problem is, we're not "good" anymore.
We threw that out years ago. Godless, aborted, divorced, drugged, q***r i***ts we've become. Not good folks, reprobate.


Please speak for yourself what you say "we".

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Jun 15, 2022 08:19:58   #
Tiptop789 Loc: State of Denial
 
Calconserv wrote:
Just having that exact discussion with hubby. Too many men walking away from responsibility and letting the state raise their kids. Then they use violent video games as a babysitter then have the nerve to wonder why they are so screwed up


You paint with too broad a brush.

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Jun 15, 2022 08:31:54   #
iFrank Loc: San Antonio
 
Tiptop789 wrote:
You paint with too broad a brush.


You and Kevin k**l conversation, πŸ‘ŽπŸΏπŸ‘ŽπŸΏ

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Jun 15, 2022 08:32:34   #
Calconserv
 
Tiptop789 wrote:
You paint with too broad a brush.


I know there are a lot of reasons for the violence but those are just two that set me off

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Jun 15, 2022 08:39:20   #
Calconserv
 
iFrank wrote:
You and Kevin k**l conversation, πŸ‘ŽπŸΏπŸ‘ŽπŸΏ


Oh but they don't know me, once I get started I'm hard to k**l

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Jun 15, 2022 08:51:53   #
elledee
 
cali wrote:
Scrap all gun laws and see how fast massshootings halt....jmo


Spot on!!!!!

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Jun 15, 2022 08:58:40   #
JFlorio Loc: Seminole Florida
 
Calconserv wrote:
Since most young people haven't lived long enough to have a history of violence what about putting a regulation on them until the age of 25.
They should need to have a person who is over the age of 25 and can pass a back ground check themselves vouch for said young person stating that to the best of their knowledge said young person has no history of violence. I don't think that said voucher should be held responsible for said young person if they commit any violence unless they knowingly lie on the application. After young person reaches age 25 all connection with voucher should no longer apply. They have age appropriate laws for young people with drivers licensing ,just makes sense to me that same should apply for gun ownership. If said young person cannot get anyone to vouch for them then maybe they should not have a gun.
I am not anti gun I believe very strongly in the second amendment but something needs to be done. Our daughter is a junior high teacher so theses school shootings hit too close to home.
FJB
Since most young people haven't lived long enough ... (show quote)


Forget more gun laws. Harden the schools. One way in. One way out. Armed officers. We do it at CourtHouses and some Church's. It works.

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Jun 15, 2022 09:05:14   #
microphor Loc: Home is TN
 
Calconserv wrote:
Since most young people haven't lived long enough to have a history of violence what about putting a regulation on them until the age of 25.
They should need to have a person who is over the age of 25 and can pass a back ground check themselves vouch for said young person stating that to the best of their knowledge said young person has no history of violence. I don't think that said voucher should be held responsible for said young person if they commit any violence unless they knowingly lie on the application. After young person reaches age 25 all connection with voucher should no longer apply. They have age appropriate laws for young people with drivers licensing ,just makes sense to me that same should apply for gun ownership. If said young person cannot get anyone to vouch for them then maybe they should not have a gun.
I am not anti gun I believe very strongly in the second amendment but something needs to be done. Our daughter is a junior high teacher so theses school shootings hit too close to home.
FJB
Since most young people haven't lived long enough ... (show quote)


I spent about a month training with a retired sniper, retired Marine and retired Deputy. I hit the range on my qualification day in Feb, it was Tn cold in Feb and the outdoor range is the Sheriffs range we qualify on. I qualified with a 199 out of a possible 200. Not bragging and probably couldn't do it again. But those 3 men who spent their time training me were not being paid. They were people who helped other people. Your daughter should find herself a few of those. As long as we continue to release violent criminals and the mentally ill back onto our streets, all of us are at risk. The best police officers in the world aren't guaranteed to get to you when you need help but I can pull and fire my weapon in seconds, wonder how many children would have lived if one teacher had been armed and prepared to defend them.

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