Another terrible gun massacre in the US

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Another terrible gun massacre in the US

Postby sarniajoy » October 3rd, 2017, 7:43 am

When will that country realise the ownership of guns doesn't make them any safer? I bet that idiot Trump is disappointed the massacre doesn't appear to be related to Islamic terrorism.
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Re: Another terrible gun massacre in the US

Postby Sprocket » October 3rd, 2017, 7:58 am

It's about time Congress and a president (but it won't be this one) stood up to the NRA, an organisation with swimming-pools of blood on its hands. Unfortunately, many Senators and Representatives appear to be in the NRA's pocket, or fearful for their job at the next election.
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Re: Another terrible gun massacre in the US

Postby sarniajoy » October 3rd, 2017, 8:26 am

Sprocket wrote:It's about time Congress and a president (but it won't be this one) stood up to the NRA, an organisation with swimming-pools of blood on its hands. Unfortunately, many Senators and Representatives appear to be in the NRA's pocket, or fearful for their job at the next election.


Trump is all for the ownership of guns.
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