Reminder that the right to bear arms is more central to the American legal system and American history than the right to vote, and far more important.
I have no doubt you actually believe these things.The problem with your argument is “dirtbags” (ie support of trying reasonable gun laws) constitute a majority of Americans. Instead we are ruled by minority. Conflating my mainstream center-left views with conspiracy nut jobs because you are a Republican is the problem. Governance by the minority is the problem. And refusal to admit what we are doing isn’t working and try — just try! — something else is the problem.
You don’t have to paint two things you dislike as opposite extremes. It’s disingenuous, wrong, and exacerbating the problem you pretend to be above.
Says the guy who likes to occasionally use phrases like "aggrieved idiotic white people" to help back up his arguments.I see you went with the — when you can’t defend your substance, choose ignorance and incorrectly project onto those you disagree with — play. Weak.
Forced? No it’s actually in his tweet. You’ve become the bizarro LVH today.That take is forced. The guy who was president for 8 years and everyone knows has advocated both for stricter gun laws and police reform can walk (grieve this tragedy) and chew gum (honor the movement that emerged in support of police reform in the wake of George Floyd’s murder) at the same time. Pretending he tried to downplay the seriousness and tragedy of the former in favor of the latter is very clearly twisting the reality.
Is Australia the country that recently forced all of their people to stay in their homes and if they left they were arrested?All you have to do is copy what other countries like Australia and UK have already done successfully.
The data is conclusive. They got it done.