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HFrog1999 last won the day on February 13 2018

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About HFrog1999

  • Birthday 09/14/1976

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  1. There are a lot of school shootings that are prevented due to the vigilance of parents, law enforcement, and students. This was a failure of certain people. It’s not necessarily an indictment of every school or our nation at large.
  2. Many schools are already protected with armed police. This school was supposed to have an armed officer. Something went wrong. The killer should’ve never made it on campus. Security measures should be improved. This shouldn’t be about politics.
  3. I use guns to protect my children’s lives. I was just providing a different perspective. It’s disgusting how the media is exploding these kids. I don’t call you disgusting for expressing your point of view. Why do you attack me for expressing mine?
  4. If someone can't be trusted with a gun, they can’t be trusted to teach children. That being said, I think the answer is trained armed security. Not armed teachers.
  5. I find it appalling that these people find it acceptable to exploit these kids traumatic tragedy to further their sick political agenda! They are children that should be allowed to morn! They shouldn’t be tricked into pushing the sick power hungry agenda of the leftist media! I’m sorry, but you’re a sick POS if you think a massacre is an opportunity to score political points and donations! I can’t comprehend the level of HATE in the hearts of people who exploit tragedy to try and take the human right of self defense from people!
  6. It's been 34 and raining here all day. A completely miserable day to be driving around DFW visiting customers.
  7. Yeah. I TX is ever turned blue by the lefties from Cali, I’m headed to OK
  8. I like making my own health and firearm decisions.
  9. I’m not opposed to what you’re saying and I appreciate your position. I’m just saying that Government research has a bias that needs to be accounted for as well. I’m a Marketing guy. I took statistics and marketing research. I’ve worked in multiple companies where I conducted and created all sorts of research. I can generate a study that can say anything you want. It boils down to personal preference. Some people are frightened by firearms. Some people are comfortable with the government having a monopoly on firearms and defense from crime. I enjoy living in a state that allows its people to buy firearms for sporting and personal protection. I prefer individual freedom and responsibility over government control. It’s about what I value. I understand and respect the other side. I just don’t want to live under their rules. I think the solution to mass shootings is better security in “ gun free” zones
  10. I’m not opposed to research. However, I would consider the source as well. Did you read the article I posted by the New York Times about the FBI’s findings regarding the “Assault Weapon” ban?
  11. Here’s the problem. Nothing is non partisan. Especially the Government. Instead of immediately dismissing the source, it’s probably more valuable to critique their research methods. What flaws to you see in this study besides the source?
  12. Here’s another interesting article from one of my crazy right wing fringe sources https://www.nytimes.com/2014/09/14/sunday-review/the-assault-weapon-myth.html OVER the past two decades, the majority of Americans in a country deeply divided over gun control have coalesced behind a single proposition: The sale of assault weapons should be banned. That idea was one of the pillars of the Obama administration’s plan to curb gun violence, and it remains popular with the public. In a polllast December, 59 percent of likely voters said they favor a ban. But in the 10 years since the previous ban lapsed, even gun control advocates acknowledge a larger truth: The law that barred the sale of assault weapons from 1994 to 2004 made little difference. It turns out that big, scary military rifles don’t kill the vast majority of the 11,000 Americans murdered with guns each year. Little handguns do.
  13. Here’s some research for you https://crimeresearch.org/2015/06/comparing-death-rates-from-mass-public-shootings-in-the-us-and-europe/
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