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    I don't believe anger management courses are mentioned in the Second Amendment, Dr. Noble. This is absurd and will never pass.
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    If the gun control people would only put this much energy into putting criminals in jail, it would just about put an end to gun violence. I'm starting to realize something about the gun control people. The reason they are so afraid of people with guns is they know ho they would act if they had guns. I feel totally safe around a gun range at a competition. Actually safer. The people are polite friendly. No hint of aggressive tendencies. But among liberals I see lots of aggressive behavior. Start noticing who generally is quickest to get angry and start insulting people
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    @NTBFW I have been on these national forums for years and I know for a fact that it is nearly always the left who resorts to the name calling. They run out of ideas quickly and have nothing left but insults.
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    What is wrong with stocking a commodity that ones uses regularly? A better question is what's next requiring a checkup to buy a side of beef? Maybe a cholesterol check before making sausage. As an old talk show host used to say; "Save us from the good people."
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    Shouldn't they require North Korea's leader to take anger management classes? I mean he's threaten the U.S. with a nuclear pre-emptive strike. And I gather North Korea's communist army {the one progressive liberals adore.....just ask Dennis} is stockpiling a lot of bullets. Another thing, what is when government agencies are stockpiling hollow point bullets? Should government be required to take anger management classes? I think these lawmakers in Florida need to take common sense and Constitutional classes before they pull these kinds of stunts.....
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    I fail to see how one is relevant to the other. And if there is time and money to do that, how come mental/rationality checks aren't feasible?
    I hope the gubment don't decide to regulate weed-eaters - I have 5 and I can only get 1 to operate at any given time...
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    So how does she get that everyone who buys ammo has an anger issue? What's next? Will she propose that before you can go get a beer you have to go to 10 AA meetings first?
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    Of course this is an attempt by a left wing loon to bypass the Second Amendment. These crazies who have no respect for the Constitution should be impeached for malfeasance in office.
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    This is the reason we need to re-elect nobody. This woman doesn't have a clue about guns or the law. She wants people to "think" about how much ammo they need? Well, I did an inventory and i'm in need of small rifle primers. So yeah, i'm thinking about how much ammo I need.
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    @stepped_in_it Welcome to the "Re-elect nobody" campaign Medicinebow. The party where none of us have to agree on a single thing except to re-elect NOBODY. Welcome home.
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    @jessejaymes I've been an advocate of getting new blood in office long before I came on Politix. We'll get rid of the one's that got us here to begin with.
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    For love of cookies, these nuts are continually trying to one up each other with the most ridiculous bills. Leave the 2nd amendment alone as as intended allowing the populous to arm themselves to defend and protect what is theirs and to act in defense of the country when and if needed. What is the proper gun or amount of ammunition for that? I don't know, but if you need you can't have too much.
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    what they are doing is desensitizing us with absurd scenarios,so that the legislation they are voting on now looks somewhat innocuous,,,it is a measured programming technique
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    This is the level on intelligence we have representing this country and you tell me we are not headed down the tubes.
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    @marine1 - well the Dow hit its highest point but with idiots like this running our country I think were already halfway down the tube.
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    Seeing that "road rage" has become more common on today's road and that the automobile can be considered a lethal weapon, I'm wondering if the same law can be expanded to include the purchase/lease/renting of an automobile? Shoot, I've heard that young women (and men) often get into fights (which can turn lethal) over their ex's. Maybe we can expand this law to also include dating/marriage?
    Heck, I'm pissed off right now.....think I'll watch "Anger Management"....maybe I'll learn to control my anger!!
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    I know you've got your tongue-in-your-cheek but you actually are skirting around probably the most important point anyone's brought to this discussion. People keep going on about "banning guns won't stop the problem. People are the killers."
    Well, we are an angry, rage-inclined, short-attention span society. I don't know why. Maybe it's because so many of our ancestors were convicts and debtors kicked out of Europe. Maybe it's because there are way, way too many steroids in the beef. Maybe it's because we're too crowded. For whatever reason, encouraging anger management classes is probably an excellent idea in America.(Though making them mandatory for someone who hasn't committed a crime isn't a good idea.)
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    @Zazziness On the other hand it just might be because the "progressives" have become such DICTATORS that it's pissing of an entire nation.
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    Maybe Florida legislators should be required to take anger management classes too. Better yet, how about a requirement to take U.S. History and the U.S. Constitution and Bill or Rights classes before they can run for office? I'm thinking this person could not have run for office if this requirement was in place.
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    Anyone catch the mindset there? Someone is stereotyping gun owners as in need of anger management.

    I'm sick of being stereotyped as an angry, violent, even "evil" person just for owning a gun.

    If I'm angry, they are the reason why.
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    "Sen. Gibson a Ultra Liberal Socialist" said the bill was targeted at people who stockpile ammunition.

    Wow!!! The SocialCrats are getting overly radical against we the people
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    @Rocker Excuse me Sir? are you the manager? I'd like to buy a Kumquat. Do I need an Elephant trainer license to do so?
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    Your reaction is why most Americans cannot take gun owners seriously and view you as a dumb ass. I'm j/k. Just using your recycled lines. I actually agree with you on that.
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    @jessejaymes - Don't look at me, dude. I'm not exactly the fluffiest brush in the paint can either....
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    I buy in bull to save money. I usually buy 10,000-50,000 rounds at a time. I shoot during competition season 5,000 rounds or more a week. Lots of .45 acp. I won't take his stupid class.
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    Just don't show them your angry face and you'll be fine.:) <----- Wear one of these instead!
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    @AnnieO lol. I don't have an angry face. I get to shoot all the time. I'm always happy. Lol.
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