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This has just gone beyond common sense . . .

by Coryphaeus / February 20, 2013 9:14 AM PST
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Interesting that 7 pages of Google search results
by Ziks511 / February 20, 2013 1:24 PM PST

.use exactly that same phrase as their headers, except for a 3 Wikipedia entries. You'd think it had been copied verbatim from a press release by somebody or other.

I will say that the only journalistic entry on that whole issue came from Mother Jones Magazine, which is a mildly left magazine. Otherwise it's all tweets and blogs, not a real bona fide journalist in the bunch.

You don't suppose it's just gun nuts hypering one another into a frenzy do you? egged on by the usual pot stirring and press releases of the other comb-over guy, Wayne LaPierre? Yeah, that's what I think too.

And as I understand it, California's gun violence is on the decline owing to their stricter laws.


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California probably on the decline because even the crooks
by Roger NC / February 21, 2013 10:42 AM PST

there can't afford guns and ammo.

Prices for everything there is going out of sight. Over $5 gas already been seen again.

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I was wondering why NYC had a lower crime
by Steven Haninger / February 21, 2013 5:59 PM PST

rate than Chicago. I wonder if even the crooks can't afford to live there and have moved to cheaper quarters. Chicago isn't exactly cheap either. Maybe Rahm can price them out too.

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