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probably just like your made up factoids on why guns are safe, lol
originally posted by: hounddoghowlie
a reply to: Krazysh0t
that's true, it is a a slow process in some, in others it can happen in a short period of time. but it is still a fact that you can't always tell when someone is mentally ill.
Certain stressors -- such as a death or divorce, a dysfunctional family life, changing jobs or schools, and substance abuse -- can trigger a disorder in a person who may be at risk for developing a mental illness.
Mental Illness Basics
originally posted by: introvert
a reply to: joemoe
Are they anti-gun, or do they believe there needs to be more hoops to jump through to get a firearm. That's an important distinction we need to address.
Since they took on that stance they have leap frog many who were a bit "left of center" and made them right wingers "at least in their perpective".
Not really. Many of us on the Left still exercise and stand-up for the 2nd amendment, but we just can't stand with the gun nuts because, well, they're nutty and don't articulate their rights very well.
I would like to ask an honest question of you. You claim to support the 2nd Amendment, yet you are advocating for "more hoops to jump through to get a firearm". That, in itself, is considered infringing.
And, the 2nd Amendment clearly states "shall not be infringed". How do you justify advocating for more infringements yet support the amendment when the amendment clearly states the opposite?
See, you cannot pick-and-choose the parts of an amendment you support. It is an all or nothing decision. I am honestly curious how you can be on both sides of the fence here.