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Too bad marines aren't allowed to have guns. If they did, this tragedy could've been avoided.
People want to take away our firearms and our 2nd amendment rights, but when a tragedy happens at the most prestigious of firearms/ military/ FBI training facilities what do you say? The problem does NOT belong on the firearms,it is a problem of SOCIETY. Firearms have been here a long long time and they don't have brains. But a society "out of control" that does not know how to use it's brains is more deadly than any gun! Now all of you Harvard and Yale grads think about that for a moment. Expand your minds and realize there is a lot more to the 2nd amendment than you may realize. Take the firearms away from rational/law abiding citizens who wear the "white hat" and you will have a problem much larger than you ever dreamed.. I used this unfortunate article just for reference purposes.
"Too bad marines aren't allowed to have guns." - I know you're being sarcastic, but imagine the amount of guns there and people who have access to them. Given those numbers this kind of thing must happen daily. Must be covered up by the press or something. OMG they probably even have access to assault rifles, and we all know, once you touch an assault rifle you immediately have an irresistible urge to shoot people with it. It's science.
" I used this unfortunate article just for reference purposes."...wrong, you used the deaths of these Marines to politicize your agenda...
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