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TOPIC: Guns Guns and More Guns
Created by: dzzyred
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The United States has 90 guns for every 100 citizens, making it the most heavily armed society in the world, a report released on Tuesday said.

U.S. citizens own 270 million of the world's 875 million known firearms, according to the Small Arms Survey 2007 by the Geneva-based Graduate Institute of International Studies.

About 4.5 million of the 8 million new guns manufactured worldwide each year are purchased in the United States, it said.

"There is roughly one firearm for every seven people worldwide. Without the United States, though, this drops to about one firearm per 10 people," it said.

India had the world's second-largest civilian gun arsenal, with an estimated 46 million firearms outside law enforcement and the military, though this represented just four guns per 100 people there. China, ranked third with 40 million privately held guns, had 3 firearms per 100 people.

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"It's like trying to herd up feral cats on horseback."

As a SM, I found it much less stressful to herd pussy into my stable on Unicornback than to attempt any discussion with certain Forum participants.

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LOL I have been guilty of that a few times myself sexytension. Stay tuned. I'm sure there will be future farts caught up in a whirl wind flying this direction. As for me, I'm passing the beans to someone else for the time being. It's like trying to herd up feral cats on horseback.

Seguin TX
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Yeah, well, NUD, as you can see I have not been following my advice either. I just can't help myself, LOL.

Hockessin DE
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That's my fault. I should have listened to your advice two weeks ago and ignore rather than engage. But, I was curious and tested the water. Fuck me!!!! That was a mistake. I'm glad I never got into reading the Captain Cosmic funny books or what ever funny books he reads. They are too far over my head.

I'm just glad that I'm an American. "Liberty and justice for all". And I do mean "Liberty and justice for all". Including women and children. Our country and it's constitution has it's weaknesses and flaws. But, the U.S. is still the most powerful nation in the world. Despite the few deranged citizens who think they have the world and life figured out and have a solution to the world's problems. Yet, they really don't have a clue. But, I guess that makes us even. Every country has those kind of folks to deal with.

Seguin TX
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Well, what did you expect? In this latest case we have a self confessed Dunce Hat pontificating to those of us who have actually been there a statement like Iraq's Government is more decentralized that ours is as argument that we should be even more centralized! I have never before witnessed a guy who gets almost everything, confusedly wrong, but is so narcissistic that he is certain he knows what he is talking about. If he knew what he was talking about he could have said that NO country that fails to educate and employ it's women in the decision making process will ever be competitive, will be forever poor (unless it has abundant oil) and will always blame others, as he does, for it's perpetual political mess, it's continued poverty, and it's constant fighting and killing of others..

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LMFAO. But, at least the first half of his first paragraph made sense. He lost me after that and I don't have the energy to try to figure it out.

Seguin TX
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I guess you were correct in your personal assessment of our College and Universities, Robert, you are living proof of their failure - at least one data point, anyway.

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Nud:

The judges are either elected to or appointed to positions based upon their personal interpretation of the law... Their personal views are what gets them the job and that is the reason their job exist. To the the arbiters of our society, a society which raised them, educated them, and then allowed them to continue to gain political power. You might not like a strong central government, but no decentralized government can wield the power needed to maintain what we have in the way of foreign trade, military fire power, or voice in the world.

Decentralized governments look like Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria. Disorganized, and unable to lead, hell, even Iran is more decentralized than centralized, it maintains a unified voice of power through its religion.

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If only the founders would have written the Constitution in plain english, and provided some way to make changes to it.

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@ TandA. At this "point" there is no "point" to this conversation. It just got sidetracked by a couple of #@!&^* that thought they knew something about life and created a diversion that's all. Just stand up for your 2nd amendment rights and be careful how you vote. The presidents appoint federal judges. Federal judges are appointed for life unless they chose to retire. Even then, they can be called out of retirement. The federal judges put their own TWIST on their own personal interpretation of our nation's constitution which has been diluted to become what it is known to be today. Nothing even close to what our forefathers intended at the time it was written. That's why there are volumes after volumes of law books making up the linings of walls in attorneys' law offices.

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