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Just How Many Guns Do Americans Own? (INFOGRAPHIC)

Just How Many Guns Do Americans Own? (INFOGRAPHIC)

Commented Dec 17, 2012 at 13:34:25 in Politics

“Hand guns are for protecting myself and my family from criminals, about not being a victim. It really is easy to understand.”

Alberto Enriquez on Dec 21, 2012 at 13:19:03

“The reality is that keeping a gun in your home nearly triples your chances of dying by a gun. And that's after correcting for other factors like neighborhood and illicit drug use, etc. So how exactly have you made you and your family safer?”
Debate Fact Check: How Obama, Romney Statements Hold Up

Debate Fact Check: How Obama, Romney Statements Hold Up

Commented Oct 10, 2012 at 16:39:29 in Politics

“Ask me. I've lived here all my life. 74 out of 88 counties voted McCain and are trending the same now. Our economy is down and government should not have saved any company. What a great example of a voter you are. You don't have 10 minutes to "go down the list"? It's voters that are ignorant on the facts that allowed Obama to get elected in the first place.”

Aziza Cloud on Oct 17, 2012 at 03:19:49

“So you are saying that we should not save GM or Ford, even though they are amongst the last bastions of our production economy? I think a lot of auto workers would be very unhappy with that decision, as would all the businesses who trade with them.
Are you really ignorant enough to claim that we should not have bailed out our banks, and, instead, allowed our entire financial system to collapse, despite the fact that all other countries bailed out their banks? Surely, in hindsight, the bailout method unfairly rewarded bank managers instead of penalizing them. But it's a Catch-22 situation, like the one that Russians met after their great revolution. They, too, destroyed their system, and took away power from the rich but educated elite. Then, just as an ignorant person might wish, they put the power and means of production into the hands of the uneducated, ill-qualified masses. That's why there are no poor people in Russia now...”