I’m getting a lot of ridiculous comments from gun-lovers defending US gun culture.
- The question asks about Irish people’s thoughts on the US gun culture.
- I gave the Irish opinion of US gun culture.
- I don’t give a flying f*** what Americans think of their gun culture, and it’s irrelevant to my answer.
Some of these same challenged individuals are bringing up a load of crap about the UK, mostly alt-right bollocks.
- The question asks about IRISH PEOPLE’s thoughts on the US gun culture.
- I gave the IRISH opinion of US gun culture.
- I don’t give a flying f*** what Americans think of THE UK, and it’s irrelevant to my answer.
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We think you’re crazy because we used to have gun problems too. You might have heard of the? Or the
As I drop my son to school every morning, I see one of my neighbours out for a walk. To call it ‘walking’ is charitable. He leans heavily on a walking stick with the one arm – his left – that still works, and drags one twisted, useless leg along behind him. It’s a flailing, hopping mockery of walking. His face is a rictus of agony, not because he’s necessarily in agony – it’s just how his face was left after terrorists gunned him down in the street. He was one of the first casualties of terrorism back in 1969.
We can see every day the misery and suffering caused by a few people with guns. We can’t believe you can’t see it too. The only conclusion we can come to is that your 2nd Amendmentists are crazy.