If you could get enough stupid people in one state to vote to regulate violent games from any private citizens owning them in that state, well, they can do that.
The argument with video games is that they send the wrong message. I hardly see that as dangerous as a substance that chemically alters one's brain, causing them to do things they have no control over.
posted on 04/04/2006 10:34:48 AM PDT
(Did I just say that?)
Paraphrasing your stance:
If you could get enough stupid people in one state to vote to regulate assault weapons from any private citizens owning them in that state, well, they can do that.
The argument with assault weapons is that they send the wrong message.
Thank you Ms Brady.
posted on 04/04/2006 10:53:40 AM PDT
To: Texaggie79; tpaine
Texaggie, I am going to try to make this as I can, somebody is stoned, he is affected, his family maybe, maybe a few folks he work with.
I have a nuke and do something stupid with it, who is affected, I am, my family and depending on where I live maybe a few tens or hundred thousand of my neighbors.
YOUR freedoms end where I begin, noise, smoke, trees overhanging a shared fence, as long as a person is not infringing on someone else how is it anyone's business whether he gets high, or if living in the middle of nowhere has a particle accelerator in his basement?
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