Gun Laws Debate - Corning, AR

Discuss the national Gun Laws debate in Corning, AR.

Does the US need to reform its gun laws?

Corning thinks US gun laws are fine.
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Yes
 
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Since: Jul 12

Paragould, AR

#1 Jul 23, 2012
Taking away our right
Potato Salad

Cherokee Village, AR

#2 Jul 25, 2012
That shooter at the theatre in Colorado odered 6,000 rounds of ammo off the internet. I was hoping for a red flag after the first 500 bullets were ordered. As much as we love our weapons, why not a little "big brother" here! Unless you are starting a war, that many bullets will probally draw moisture and go bad before they are used!
How Bout It

Cherokee Village, AR

#3 Jul 25, 2012
Because of occasional lunatics, "big brother" keeps track of our guns, our cold medicine, our income,everything about us! If you get drunk and drive, and kill a van full of 12 people, should big bro. keep track of how much alcohol EVERYONE buys? You know good and well there have been more people killed by drunk drivers than evil people shooting people in theaters. Government uses tragedies like this to monitor us closer to keep track of us. I don't trust big brother for nothing!!!!
Potato Salad

Mountain Home, AR

#4 Jul 26, 2012
Had there been a "Red Flag" warning that activated after 300-500 bullets were ordered off the internet, There probally would not have been a mass murder at that Theatre. Big brother could have driven over and inquired why he needed so many bullets. One thing is clear, Had he not been so laden with bullets "6000" he probally would not have done what he did! I am not a fan of "Big Brother", but this might have slowed the shooter.
How Bout It

Cherokee Village, AR

#5 Jul 26, 2012
Did he use 6000 bullets? Did he even use 250? For "Big Brother" to keep track of anyone stockpiling ammo, they would have to start at box one. When government starts meddling, they always go too far, and it hits everyone, not just the bad ones. Look at cold medicines...to stop meth makers, they made anyone that buys one box of medicine have their name in a national database, that hasn't stopped meth makers.
Fact

Mountain Home, AR

#6 Jul 27, 2012
How Bout It wrote:
Did he use 6000 bullets? Did he even use 250? For "Big Brother" to keep track of anyone stockpiling ammo, they would have to start at box one. When government starts meddling, they always go too far, and it hits everyone, not just the bad ones. Look at cold medicines...to stop meth makers, they made anyone that buys one box of medicine have their name in a national database, that hasn't stopped meth makers.
Why No because every time "big brother" or the police come up with an ideal or solution crap heads adventualy find away around it. The ideal of tracking cold medicine buyers was a very genius ideal at first because it would give away the meth makers. That was until the meth makers came up with the ideal of getting about 5 of their buddies, and saying "ok I can buy 5, you 4 can buy 5, that will give us 25 without getting flagged". Now they still get what they want and not get caught. Police are at war on crime and you have a large scale of human intellagence verses human intellagence. It will always be at a stand still. However you cant say their not trying.

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