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DaveMHA-RN has 30 years experience and specializes in Behavioral Health.

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3 hours ago, HelpfulNatureHopeful said:

Did someone just seriously say we should be able to own fully semiautomatic assault weapons

What is the difference between a "fully semi-automatic and a semi-automatic"? -Because we already own semi-automatic firearms.

I am not sure what you mean by "assault weapons" -some politicians say if a rifle has a a bayonet lug it is an "assault weapon". Can you provide the statistics on how many people died from bayonet charges in 2019?

You clearly have no idea of what you are talking about.

And YES, I would support law abiding citizens being able to own fully automatic firearms just as our founding fathers intended. It was never about hunting or sport. We are the militia and we are our country's last line of defense. 

Gun control laws work as well as our drug laws. States that allow constitutional carry and concealed carry have not only lower firearms crime rates but less crime overall compared to those who don't. 

So run along snowflake and find a safe space in a "gun free zone" (or as criminals see them: target rich environments). 

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DaveMHA-RN has 30 years experience and specializes in Behavioral Health.

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3 hours ago, HelpfulNatureHopeful said:

but calling me a Nazi is a little much. Frankly it’s childish.

But the National Socialist German Workers Party or Nazis were liberal progressive socialists who also endorsed gun control. 

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TriciaJ has 39 years experience as a RN and specializes in Psych, Corrections, Med-Surg, Ambulatory.

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3 hours ago, Tweety said:

During my travels I met a nice couple that were American citizens from the Soviet lead Communist Ukraine.  They certainly hated it.  They were told to work on farms and had no real freedoms.  They had a roof over their head and food to eat but it wasn't in abundance and were basically living in poverty.  They did very well in America.  I met them traveling in Vietnam.

 

After the OP gets done checking out Rand, Huxley, et al., she can research the Holodomor.  Of course it happened for the greater good.  Because there was a central authority in charge of things.

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Hoosier_RN has 20 years experience as a MSN and specializes in LTC, home health, hospice, ICU, ER, dialysis.

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3 hours ago, HelpfulNatureHopeful said:

We have these mass shootings and you think letting people buy any sort of weapon is a good idea? 

Guns don't kill people, people kill people. If they don't have a gun, they will choose another method to carry out whatever evil lies inside. With that said, you cannot outlaw everything, because anything can be used as a dangerous weapon, when placed in the wrong hands. 

Not everyone who has committed a crime has a record or has been caught. Not everyone who will commit a crime in the future has committed one prior.

As a responsible gun owner, I don't care how many laws and checks there are, most citizens have no issues. The criminals, though, generally don't use regular avenues to acquire guns and ammo, so all the laws and checks in the world will never matter. So when you want to begin impeding on peoples 2A rights, don't expect people to not fight back

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TriciaJ has 39 years experience as a RN and specializes in Psych, Corrections, Med-Surg, Ambulatory.

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I only saw the quote and did not see OP's original comment about people not understanding socialism.  She's right.  Many people don't understand it.  To people who live sheltered lives socialism seems like a peachy, kum-ba-yah idea.

To people who have actually lived under it - not so much.  I've never found a good definition of socialism vs communism, but it seems like this:

Socialism is what communism calls itself.  Socialism is what sounds like a good idea to naive people; communism is what they realize they've saddled themselves with.  And really hard to vote out once you've brought it in.

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This thread is now closed since it has strayed entirely off-topic and the discussion is definitely not about nursing.

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