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Old 04-17-2013, 05:52 PM   #1
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Jay Mohr is a moron... Bombs=ban 2nd Amendment??? WTF?

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Old 04-17-2013, 06:20 PM   #2
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yea i saw that the other day... it is amazing how stupid people are. the worst part is that some people actually agree with him.
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So what's his theory on 9/11 then? Gun shows to blame?
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Old 04-18-2013, 10:28 AM   #4
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I love how when mass shootings happen they blame the guns, but when mass bombings happen, they blame the bomber, not the bomb...
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"Jay Mohr is a moron"
That is redundant.
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Old 04-18-2013, 04:28 PM   #6
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I love how when mass shootings happen they blame the guns, but when mass bombings happen, they blame the bomber, not the bomb...
they are blaming guns for bombings too
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No I think what they are getting at is in the 70's the NRA lobbied to prevent the requirement taggents in gunpowder.

I don't see an issue with gunpowder being traceable. Only people that are criminals would worry about it.
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If they're going to trace gunpowder, they need to trace gasoline and laundry soap, ammonia toilet cleaner and aluminum foil, ammonium nitrate fertilizer at lawn and garden stores and fuel oil. That's napalm, chem bomb and ANFO for the uninitiated. Welcome to science. All three are just as dangerous as gunpowder, and can be purchased readily by anyone.

I can make chemical bombs galore in my basement using only household products...but I don't because I'm not a psychopath.
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so zander, you'd be all for police stopping anyone at random and searching your person, car, or house whenever they feel like it? i mean, after all, only criminals would worry about it...

btw that whole "if your innocent you've got nothing to worry about" is bullshit.
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A gunpowder registry would start causing problems. Why? Because if you go out and buy 50lbs of powder, which isn't actually a lot, but the BATFE thinks it's a lot, now they come a-knockin' at your door wondering why you have it. Makes sense to ask if you're a Jordanian or Egyptian college student here on a visa. Makes no sense to be suspicious if you're a normal red blooded American-born freedom lover who loves 'merica like most of us. But then and again, I am technically a member of at least 3 "domestic extremist" groups according to the Department of Homeland Security, and I'm technically listed as a "rightwing extremist". Funny how I'm a potential security risk according to DHS, despite being a decorated combat veteran, and currently am a licensed and sworn cop.
Do you really think the US Government knows what the fuck they're doing? Hell no.
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so zander, you'd be all for police stopping anyone at random and searching your person, car, or house whenever they feel like it? i mean, after all, only criminals would worry about it...

btw that whole "if your innocent you've got nothing to worry about" is bullshit.
How does making gunpowder traceable have anything to do with cops doing random searches? Are you and effing retard?
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If they're going to trace gunpowder, they need to trace gasoline and laundry soap, ammonia toilet cleaner and aluminum foil, ammonium nitrate fertilizer at lawn and garden stores and fuel oil. That's napalm, chem bomb and ANFO for the uninitiated. Welcome to science. All three are just as dangerous as gunpowder, and can be purchased readily by anyone.

I can make chemical bombs galore in my basement using only household products...but I don't because I'm not a psychopath.
Besides sounding crazy, I haven't heard a reason as to why making gunpowder traceable would be a bad thing...giving ingredients of what bombs could be possible made with does not count.

Wow you know what science is? You get a gold star.

Btw all plastic explosives are traceable
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A gunpowder registry would start causing problems. Why? Because if you go out and buy 50lbs of powder, which isn't actually a lot, but the BATFE thinks it's a lot, now they come a-knockin' at your door wondering why you have it. Makes sense to ask if you're a Jordanian or Egyptian college student here on a visa. Makes no sense to be suspicious if you're a normal red blooded American-born freedom lover who loves 'merica like most of us. But then and again, I am technically a member of at least 3 "domestic extremist" groups according to the Department of Homeland Security, and I'm technically listed as a "rightwing extremist". Funny how I'm a potential security risk according to DHS, despite being a decorated combat veteran, and currently am a licensed and sworn cop.
Do you really think the US Government knows what the fuck they're doing? Hell no.
Gunpowder registry, no one is talking about a registry. No one is going to go knocking on your door if you decide you want to buy 50 pounds of gunpowder. I can only guess if you are are are a gun hobbiest who likes to make his own ammunition. Btw most of the terrorist attacks that happen in the US are committed by "red blooded" Americas. Does Army of God, Aryan Nation, KKK ring a bell? Some bombing of note; LA bombing, Wall Street bombing, Unabomber attacks, Oklahoma City bombing. Need I go on?

I doubt you are really considered a risk if you truly a police officer. What have you done that would make DHS think you are? Please explain.

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That guy is a moron. Ive met him a couple times and can say hes an ass too
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Besides sounding crazy, I haven't heard a reason as to why making gunpowder traceable would be a bad thing...giving ingredients of what bombs could be possible made with does not count.

Wow you know what science is? You get a gold star.

Btw all plastic explosives are traceable
It doesn't count to you because it blows holes in your argument. If they are going to trace gunpowder, they need to trace everything else that could theoretically be used as an explosive. That is the reason why you want to trace gunpowder, right? Because it can be used for explosives? Lots of other things can be used.

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Gunpowder registry, no one is talking about a registry. No one is going to go knocking on your door if you decide you want to buy 50 pounds of gunpowder. I can only guess if you are are are a gun hobbiest who likes to make his own ammunition. Btw most of the terrorist attacks that happen in the US are committed by "red blooded" Americas. Does Army of God, Aryan Nation, KKK ring a bell? Some bombing of note; LA bombing, Wall Street bombing, Unabomber attacks, Oklahoma City bombing. Need I go on?

I doubt you are really considered a risk if you truly a police officer. What have you done that would make DHS think you are? Please explain.
So you are unaware of the list that DHS and Department of the Army (with the help of DHS) created that listed who is considered an extremist? The funny thing about those lists is that they list about half the people in the US as being potential extremists. Others on here have seen it and can attest to the absurdity of it.

In order to trace gun powder sales, there'd have to be a registry. They'd have to know what you are buying, and then they'd keep records of it. It's happened in the past with guns.
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Jay Mohr is a moron... Bombs=ban 2nd Amendment??? WTF?

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Besides sounding crazy, I haven't heard a reason as to why making gunpowder traceable would be a bad thing...giving ingredients of what bombs could be possible made with does not count.

Wow you know what science is? You get a gold star.

Btw all plastic explosives are traceable
None of those listed are plastic.


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Gunpowder registry, no one is talking about a registry. No one is going to go knocking on your door if you decide you want to buy 50 pounds of gunpowder. I can only guess if you are are are a gun hobbiest who likes to make his own ammunition. Btw most of the terrorist attacks that happen in the US are committed by "red blooded" Americas. Does Army of God, Aryan Nation, KKK ring a bell? Some bombing of note; LA bombing, Wall Street bombing, Unabomber attacks, Oklahoma City bombing. Need I go on?

I doubt you are really considered a risk if you truly a police officer. What have you done that would make DHS think you are? Please explain.
The other problem is that gunpowder is a horribly inefficient low explosive if you actually want to blow something up. It burns, it does not detonate.


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Who gives a crap. Just another Hollywood tool sucking on the liberal penor.
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It's Jay Mohr. When was the last time he was relevant?
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