“Hey Mr Mayor, how about waiting few days to see the FACTS instead of making a fool of yourself by throwing ideas without any argument to support it? You, Eleonor, former Mayor Marion Barry, and all those local convicted politicians are responsible for how crappy is this city.”
“Or like European democracies or countries like Canada or Australia today. You need a license to drive a car and you need to register any vehicle you drive on the road, but for some reason people think that any common sense gun law means confiscation and tyranny are right around the corner.”
“Howcome???? Isn't ILLEGAL to have weapons in DC? (sarcasm)”
esposd on Sep 16, 2013 at 10:57:20
“Only criminals carry guns in places where they are banned.”
alexandra23 on Sep 16, 2013 at 10:54:38
“No, actually it is no longer illegal in DC.”
CUL8R on Sep 16, 2013 at 10:52:51
“Actually, no it isn't illegal to have a registered firearm in DC. (No sarcasm.)”
morningstar8741 on Sep 16, 2013 at 10:49:53
“Dont you mean, good guys with guns stop bad guys with guns? The guy was surrounded by good guys and guns so he never got to shoot anyone, right?”
Think before you send on Sep 16, 2013 at 10:48:28
“As long as people are willing to sell them outside of DC... There will always be guns inside DC. (unless the manufacturers are held responsible for their products being sold by shady dealers. then, it would come to an end).”
John 257 on Sep 16, 2013 at 10:44:30
“Good point. This is why we need national gun control laws.”
“Amateur hour...."voting PRESENT"...again. Knows the Congress won't approve...and they should not.”
JackLewis on Aug 31, 2013 at 18:31:56
“I wouldn't put anything passed congress. When it comes to war, they might do as they always have and approve.”
desables on Aug 31, 2013 at 18:27:04
“Well Ret Chief, join the historically honored club of those who rationalized dong nothing, the Neville Chamberlin Club of do-nothings. Only a couple thousand people gassed so far.”
Dr Phibes on Aug 31, 2013 at 18:23:00
“You are right. They shouldn't. But don't be fooled thinking that they're doing it for any other reason than it's saying no to Obama. If this was Bush, we'd have already carpet bombed Syria and had Blackwater occupy the country.”
BobRobertsFeltRedundant on Aug 31, 2013 at 18:21:52
“"But a great democracy does not make it harder to vote than to buy an assault weapon." - That's simply a lie. Pres Clinton is not stupid, and he knows is a lie. Why does he have to lie? Because he enjoys doing it...no pun intended.”
Sally Dogood on Aug 29, 2013 at 07:59:51
“You can buy an assault rifle at guns shows from private sellers in many states for cash with no paperwork or background check.
Clinton was stating fact.”
ScienceDude6 on Aug 29, 2013 at 07:47:18
“So you firmly believe that "a great democracy" should make it harder to vote than buy an assault weapon? You have interesting priorities. Also, disagreeing with another person's opinion doesn't make it "a lie"”
“I have to say, I rarely agree with RM. I happened to watch this segment last night. She did a great job and totally agree with her. Credit to her. I would like to see all those who correctly complained about Bush just few years ago to do the same with the current President; regardless if you voted for him.”
“You really have no clue of what you think you know. The "target selection" process takes place way before the dirt bad shows up at school (or movie theater). Do you think is a coincidence the POS at Colorado skipped several movie theaters that allowed concealed carried weapons and selected one that DID NOT allow them? If you are such a "Gun Free Zone" fan, go ahead a tell all your neighbors by placing a sign in front of your house (or your mama's home) telling everyone YOUR HOUSE IS A GUN FREE ZONE.”
abaker997 on Aug 24, 2013 at 12:52:04
“Please. Quit spouting utter nonsense. No, the Aurora shooter never once said he picked his target based on conceal carry. Of course, mindless minions like you believe whatever your overlords tell you. You have absolutely no ability to think for yourself, use logic or reason, have no intelligence, and therefore completely lack credibility. You know that bit about people not being able to tell the difference between body armor and tactical vest? You can't tell the difference between a ridiculous lie (that makes you feel good about your absurd beliefs) and the truth. You complain about the media - yet you refuse to question the lie-factories that reinforce your idiotic preconceived notions.
Most of the country is a gun-free zone. Duh. Less than half of the people in the US own a gun. If having a gun gives you magical protection from being killed by a gun, why do police officers get attacked and killed by guns? There have been plenty of instances where someone with a gun was killed by someone else with a gun. There have been plenty of instances where someone with a gun was stopped by someone without a gun (several big news items recently, in fact). How can that be possible???? According to your lunacy, that should be impossible. Please explain how that works. I'd love to hear your moronic arguments.”
“Shooters might be fanatics, but they are not STUPID. If they know they will encounter ARMED people, they will go to another "softer target".”
abaker997 on Aug 23, 2013 at 10:56:07
“Utter nonsense. There is absolutely NO data to support that moronic argument. Idiots like you keep forgetting that the shooters themselves are ARMED people. So, if someone with a gun can stop someone else with a gun, then a bad guy with a gun can just as easily stop a good guy with a gun as the reverse. How is it that you are completely incapable of comprehending that simple and real fact? The shooter is prepared for the confrontation, the victims are not. Advantage: shooter. Surprise is a key part of victory, is it not? Advantage: shooter. The non-stupid shooter, then, would come with body armor. Advantage: shooter.
There has never, ever been a single case of mass shooting where the shooter took the "softness" of the target into account. They pick their targets based solely on the number of people congregated in a small area or how they feel people in a certain place have wronged them (more often the case). Since they're after death and destruction, having armed people with the "fog of war" problem causing more death and destruction would help their cause, not interrupt it. Even people well-trained in armed conflict make bad decisions in stressful situations - and that's when they're mentally prepared for the conflict. Poorly trained people (especially with a John Wayne complex) in a moment of surprise and turmoil will have an extremely difficult time being even remotely effective. Duh. Pick your peabrain out of the NRA's backside and think for”
“Are you saying the States should follow the same laws they use in Puerto Rico to be able to carry a concealed weapon? I am from Puerto Rico, but live in US. In PR is the hardest place to obtain a CC license. I know. Of course, this only apply to people who FOLLOW THE LAW. The criminals don't need to damn license. That is why my family, parents, and friends are afraid to go outside after dard in PR.”
“I paid attention. Seems you didn't because your "Dear Leader" did not talk to a SOLDIER...he talked to a MARINE. But, then again...I am sure you have no clue of the difference. ”
WhatWhat1 on Aug 22, 2013 at 22:03:08
“The last two members of my family that served our country to preserve our freedom came back realizing that they were only preserving freedom for Whites, and not themselves, their families or their communities.
So no, I didn't know the difference, but I appreciate that you pointed this out to me.
Also, the only people I ever see or hear referring to President Obama as our Dear Leader, our Messiah, or our Anointed One . . . . are Republicans. Are you one of them?”
“Memorial Day weekend; on his way to Annapolis....yea...I am sure MILITARY COURTESY was his last thing in his head... Pathetic...”
WhatWhat1 on May 24, 2013 at 21:49:06
“Did you like the way he boarded Marine One after talking with the soldier? He led with his left foot on the first step. He probably should have led with his right foot. Then, while alternating feet (step by step) did you notice how his forearms were not as close to parallel to the ground as they usually are? I'm sure it's a sign that he's thinking about Kenya. That likely explains why he took almost 0.3 seconds longer getting to the top step than he normally does.
It's a BIG DEAL, Ret. I hope you're paying attention to this stuff. The rest of us sure are!”
Tperl on May 24, 2013 at 21:42:47
“He saluted every other time. He forgot this time and he more than made up for it. Get over yourself.”
“You are wrong. They do not need 60 votes to pass a Budget. That rule does not apply to passind a budget.”
jaywalk on Mar 6, 2013 at 13:37:32
“By Jake Tapper
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Feb 12, 2012 1:45pm
As President Obama prepares to unveil his FY2013 budget Monday, White House chief of staff Jack Lew this morning was asked by CNN to defend the Senate’s refusal to pass a budget in more than 1,000 days.
“You can’t pass a budget in the Senate of the United States without 60 votes and you can’t get 60 votes without bipartisan support,” Lew said. “So unless… unless Republicans are willing to work with Democrats in the Senate, [Majority Leader] Harry Reid is not going to be able to get a budget passed.”
That’s not accurate. Budgets only require 51 Senate votes for passage, as Lew — former director of the Office of Management and Budget — surely must know.”