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Democrats and Republicans are still talking about background checks. How long are we (the people) going to be stupid enough to fall for it?
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But if the democrats had 53 seats in the Senate instead of the treasonous cult, we would probably have some sort of gun control bill on trump's desk, waiting for his veto. I believe that much. The real problem right now is the incredible equivocating on the part of most democrats, and from what I can tell almost all of the ones who are running for president. Some are saying things like "congress" needs to act. Some are even more generic than that. What we need is for every democrat who would vote "yes" on gun control in the House and Senate to publicly put the blame where it belongs, on the republicans. The message needs to be clear every time they bloviate on the issue; If you want legislation to make these mass shooting and all the needless gun crime less likely, you MUST NOT vote for a republican. When the TV talking head asks why, when polls show an overwhelming number of Americans in support of a number of changes to our gun laws, nothing can get done, BLAME THE REPUBLICANS!
But none of that is going to happen. And neither will meaningful changes to our gun laws. Sometimes I think it's a conspiracy between the parties to give them a convenient issue to gin up their respective bases and keep getting re-elected. We've had two fvking members of the house shot and d am n near killed in the last decade, and nothing has changed. I'm telling you, if you want to see meaningful gun control, you may as well just hope that one of these days a mass killer doesn't go into a nightclub and rein death on innocent victims, or go into a church or take aim at a county music festival, or shoot up a school and kill little sweet children a dozen at a time. No, that 5h!t needs to happen when the house or senate is in session, and 40 or 50 representatives or senators get slaughtered while C-SPANs cameras capture the whole thing live. That is likely what it will take.
Do we care enough to do something about mass shootings?
I think a good portion of the American people do care. But not quite enough to vote out their republican senators and representatives.
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It will only take one shooting for the gun laws to change. When an Islamic man shoots up a school, mall or church and massacres white people. Don't laugh. It happened in 1967 when the Black Panthers started to arm themselves. The Mumford Act was signed by that militant socialist from California, Governor Ronald Reagan.
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