Are we serious about public safety? Here are sixteen things we can actually do.

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  1. Sun195

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    From Seattle City Councilmember Sally Bagshaw's Blog:

     
  2. deen_ad

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    Sounds like a manifesto from MAIG doesn't it?
     
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  4. Sun195

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    I was going to say Washington Ceasefire, but MAIG also sounds about right.
     
  5. 8ball

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    Quit talkin' and start chalking!

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    Perhaps Ms Bagshaw needs a refresher on the State and Federal Constitution? No way would a number of those changes be upheld in court.
     
  6. Mr. Ben

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    "Comments are closed" :rolleyes:
     
  7. RB87

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    "Recently a Marysville, Washington, police officer was charged with second-degree manslaughter after his daughter was shot and killed in their van by a sibling using the officer’s gun."

    And here is where her logic which is really just an appeal to the heart based on emotion utterly fails. So the "only ones" who are to protect us even occasionally bubblegum up and it leads to innocent deaths. Perhaps no one should have guns? Vaccines are good for the individual and the collective community (herd immunity) and the government has mandated it for children to enter public schools. Yet, people die fairly often due to adverse reactions to vaccines or even get a disease after being vaccinated. By her logic we should ban vaccines.

    Oh, but vaccines have saved more lives than they have killed you say? Well, guns have saved countless lives from tyranny, slavery and death.

    "We know these shooters were loners, troubled, and mocked. Had they been identified earlier by their peers or teachers, some form of care and intervention may have saved lives."

    No, you'll just claim they have attention deficit disorder and drug them as schools have been pushing for a couple decades now to keep them passive.
     

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