Sad that those died were there to protect who were protesting against them. We have to stop the violence, taking guns away from law abiding citizens isn’t going to work, the bad guys can get guns on the streets. Remember when you wanted a cookie or piece of candy when you were a kid? You did a few things to get them – went behind the parents’ backs and just took it, visited a neighbor or relative and they gave you one, you traded for one, you took your precious savings and bought it at the store yourself, you asked your siblings to share or get one for you. I know I did. I left out robbed anyone by force/harm or stole it from a store or someone’s home since that was never, ever an option. I wanted the cookie or candy, but it had to be harmless way. The point is there is always those who want something so bad they will steal it or buy it on the street no matter what the law is for restricting them from buying. Maybe adding the mental aspect of the law would be good, but will it really? You never know what is in a person’s mind.
July 8, 2016,6:48 pm
Laura G. Holmes
Paul Ryan is actually right about this. An attack on our protectors is an attack on our family’s safety.
July 8, 2016,6:17 pm
In my opinion, it’s best to not sells guns who are on welfare , no jobs and issues in mental health . But on the street who are bribe sells gun that’s a huge problems, how to stop that?
July 8, 2016,4:52 pm
All (color) lives matter! We all very disappointment for their behavior last night in Dallas cops. People were killed. It’s does infleunce, mislead, misinterpreted that in different level by religious, culture , and so on piles up issues. Kill is not solution ! It’s very sad!
“When you have, in the Carrier case, political power used to bring pressure upon a privately owned institution… you are, in effect, at the end of the day, getting the federal government involved in capital allocation. There is a name for that, it’s called socialism.” — George Will