Gun Control? Forget it....just control the ammo

Gun Control? Forget it....just control the ammo

Post by bkni.. » Fri, 05 Apr 2013 00:26:26




Quote:
















>>>>>>>>> Another brilliant liberal plan.  We've all seen how well taxing
>>>>>>>>> cigarrettes prevents smoking after all.

>>>>>>>> http://goo.gl/Lvhwc

>>>>>>>> http://goo.gl/5CaLH

>>>>>>>> http://goo.gl/4xX20

>>>>>>>Oh, I see.  The goal is just to cut back on the schoolhouse
>>>>>>>slaughters.
>>>>>>>Noted.

>>>>>> Taxing isn't the answer to everything Frank.  You just picked one that
>>>>>> has had some good results.

>>>>>I didn't pick anything.

>>>> Let me rephrase; you implied  that taxing cigarettes hasn't done well
>>>> in preventing smoking.  Better?
>>>> Carbon shot that down.

>>>Not really any better.  First of all the op brought up the cigarette tax
>>>in
>>>support of ammunition tax.  Taxing them hasn't eliminated smoking.  That
>>>is
>>>the goal with banning guns or ammunition or whatever, right?

>> Not your best effort Frank.  It wasn't suggested that smoking was
>> eliminated, but it has done well...as your question asked.

>> No, this isn't comparable to the gun issue.  Big diversion on your
>> part.   Where have you seen that there is a large contingent wanting a
>> total ban on weapons or ammo?  But now we've changed the subject,
>> which is what you probably wanted.

>Not a diversion on my part!  Good lord. The OP used the cigarrette tax not
>me.

>Three strikes, you're out.  Let me translate that for you since you need
>everything explained in extreme detail - I'm not wasting my time reading any
>more of your responses on this branch.

And it's obvious why.
 
 
 

Gun Control? Forget it....just control the ammo

Post by bkni.. » Fri, 05 Apr 2013 04:57:02



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>>>>>>>>> Another brilliant liberal plan.  We've all seen how well taxing
>>>>>>>>> cigarrettes prevents smoking after all.

>>>>>>>> http://goo.gl/Lvhwc

>>>>>>>> http://goo.gl/5CaLH

>>>>>>>> http://goo.gl/4xX20

>>>>>>>Oh, I see.  The goal is just to cut back on the schoolhouse
>>>>>>>slaughters.
>>>>>>>Noted.

>>>>>> Taxing isn't the answer to everything Frank.  You just picked one that
>>>>>> has had some good results.

>>>>>I didn't pick anything.

>>>> Let me rephrase; you implied  that taxing cigarettes hasn't done well
>>>> in preventing smoking.  Better?
>>>> Carbon shot that down.

>>>Not really any better.  First of all the op brought up the cigarette tax
>>>in
>>>support of ammunition tax.  Taxing them hasn't eliminated smoking.  That
>>>is
>>>the goal with banning guns or ammunition or whatever, right?

>> Not your best effort Frank.  It wasn't suggested that smoking was
>> eliminated, but it has done well...as your question asked.

>> No, this isn't comparable to the gun issue.  Big diversion on your
>> part.   Where have you seen that there is a large contingent wanting a
>> total ban on weapons or ammo?  But now we've changed the subject,
>> which is what you probably wanted.

>Not a diversion on my part!  Good lord. The OP used the cigarrette tax not
>me.

>Three strikes, you're out.  Let me translate that for you since you need
>everything explained in extreme detail - I'm not wasting my time reading any
>more of your responses on this branch.

I was wondering if I misunderstood and was quoting you incorrectly
Frank.  So I re-checked the thread.

Let me translate the facts to you.
Golfbum said:
Make the taxes as severe as cigarettes.......another deadly device.

You replied:
Another brilliant liberal plan.  We've all seen how well taxing
cigarrettes (sic) prevents smoking after all.

Carbon responded with three links that showed that taxes have done
pretty well in preventing smoking.

I replied that yours was a poor example.

How the hell do you figure that the three strikes are  on me?  You
popped out in one swing.

Face it Frankyour statement was proved to be incorrect and you're
just stumbling to try and duck that fact.  It's all above in the right
order.

 
 
 

Gun Control? Forget it....just control the ammo

Post by golfbum1 » Fri, 05 Apr 2013 05:41:57


Quote:


> > ...and one of your party's biggies.........capital punishment wasn't
> > mentioned by you? You see frankie, some people just don't get
> > it....check the mirror, you'll see.

> Well, nutcase I am not a member of any political party. ?And I am not a
> supporter of the death penalty.

> Any other way you'd like to get your foot in your mouth?

OH no...."nutcase." Now there's some new thought. Were you talking to
*** vat and using some of his lines? Nutcase.................wow.
Scathing to the tenth degree.
You're pathetic...and now to find out even the right wing won't accept
you in their party???? Well, I warned you that you have to have an IQ
of at least 50 to be accepted by any party and apparently, your
"credit" score didn't make the cut. Keep at it little fellow but try
not to use "nutcase" again. That was really very funny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
 
 

Gun Control? Forget it....just control the ammo

Post by golfbum1 » Fri, 05 Apr 2013 05:45:12


Quote:

















> >>>>>>>>> Another brilliant liberal plan. ?We've all seen how well taxing
> >>>>>>>>> cigarrettes prevents smoking after all.

> >>>>>>>>http://goo.gl/Lvhwc

> >>>>>>>>http://goo.gl/5CaLH

> >>>>>>>>http://goo.gl/4xX20

> >>>>>>>Oh, I see. ?The goal is just to cut back on the schoolhouse
> >>>>>>>slaughters.
> >>>>>>>Noted.

> >>>>>> Taxing isn't the answer to everything Frank. ?You just picked one that
> >>>>>> has had some good results.

> >>>>>I didn't pick anything.

> >>>> Let me rephrase; you implied ?that taxing cigarettes hasn't done well
> >>>> in preventing smoking. ?Better?
> >>>> Carbon shot that down.

> >>>Not really any better. ?First of all the op brought up the cigarette tax
> >>>in
> >>>support of ammunition tax. ?Taxing them hasn't eliminated smoking. ?That
> >>>is
> >>>the goal with banning guns or ammunition or whatever, right?

> >> Not your best effort Frank. ?It wasn't suggested that smoking was
> >> eliminated, but it has done well...as your question asked.

> >> No, this isn't comparable to the gun issue. ?Big diversion on your
> >> part. ? Where have you seen that there is a large contingent wanting a
> >> total ban on weapons or ammo? ?But now we've changed the subject,
> >> which is what you probably wanted.

> >Not a diversion on my part! ?Good lord. The OP used the cigarrette tax not
> >me.

> >Three strikes, you're out. ?Let me translate that for you since you need
> >everything explained in extreme detail - I'm not wasting my time reading any
> >more of your responses on this branch.

> I was wondering if I misunderstood and was quoting you incorrectly
> Frank. ?So I re-checked the thread.

> Let me translate the facts to you.
> Golfbum said:
> Make the taxes as severe as cigarettes.......another deadly device.

> You replied:
> Another brilliant liberal plan. ?We've all seen how well taxing
> cigarrettes (sic) prevents smoking after all.

> Carbon responded with three links that showed that taxes have done
> pretty well in preventing smoking.

> I replied that yours was a poor example.

> How the hell do you figure that the three strikes are ?on me? ?You
> popped out in one swing.

> Face it Frankyour statement was proved to be incorrect and you're
> just stumbling to try and duck that fact. ?It's all above in the right
> order.

Apparently he's still debating the simple fact that a cigarette is
"another deadly device." So Frankie, keep smoking and tell us how that
works out for ya, ok? And btw, don't complaing to medicare and
medicaid that you need treatment for COPD in a few years but keep
puffin' there little guy. Or of course, you can hasten this along by
making your own ammo. Bang, bang, my hand is gone.
 
 
 

Gun Control? Forget it....just control the ammo

Post by BAR » Fri, 05 Apr 2013 06:11:27


Quote:


















> >>>>>>>>> Another brilliant liberal plan.  We've all seen how well taxing
> >>>>>>>>> cigarrettes prevents smoking after all.

> >>>>>>>> http://SportToday.org/

> >>>>>>>> http://SportToday.org/

> >>>>>>>> http://SportToday.org/

> >>>>>>>Oh, I see.  The goal is just to cut back on the schoolhouse
> >>>>>>>slaughters.
> >>>>>>>Noted.

> >>>>>> Taxing isn't the answer to everything Frank.  You just picked one that
> >>>>>> has had some good results.

> >>>>>I didn't pick anything.

> >>>> Let me rephrase; you implied  that taxing cigarettes hasn't done well
> >>>> in preventing smoking.  Better?
> >>>> Carbon shot that down.

> >>>Not really any better.  First of all the op brought up the cigarette tax
> >>>in
> >>>support of ammunition tax.  Taxing them hasn't eliminated smoking.  That
> >>>is
> >>>the goal with banning guns or ammunition or whatever, right?

> >> Not your best effort Frank.  It wasn't suggested that smoking was
> >> eliminated, but it has done well...as your question asked.

> >> No, this isn't comparable to the gun issue.  Big diversion on your
> >> part.   Where have you seen that there is a large contingent wanting a
> >> total ban on weapons or ammo?  But now we've changed the subject,
> >> which is what you probably wanted.

> >Not a diversion on my part!  Good lord. The OP used the cigarrette tax not
> >me.

> >Three strikes, you're out.  Let me translate that for you since you need
> >everything explained in extreme detail - I'm not wasting my time reading any
> >more of your responses on this branch.

> I was wondering if I misunderstood and was quoting you incorrectly
> Frank.  So I re-checked the thread.

> Let me translate the facts to you.
> Golfbum said:
> Make the taxes as severe as cigarettes.......another deadly device.

> You replied:
> Another brilliant liberal plan.  We've all seen how well taxing
> cigarrettes (sic) prevents smoking after all.

> Carbon responded with three links that showed that taxes have done
> pretty well in preventing smoking.

> I replied that yours was a poor example.

> How the hell do you figure that the three strikes are  on me?  You
> popped out in one swing.

> Face it Frank?your statement was proved to be incorrect and you're
> just stumbling to try and duck that fact.  It's all above in the right
> order.

You are coming across as a whiny little ***. But, I must admit it is fun to watch you do
this narrow subject thing.
 
 
 

Gun Control? Forget it....just control the ammo

Post by bkni.. » Fri, 05 Apr 2013 06:53:36

On Wed, 3 Apr 2013 13:45:12 -0700 (PDT), golfbum18

Quote:

>> Face it Frankyour statement was proved to be incorrect and you're
>> just stumbling to try and duck that fact. ?It's all above in the right
>> order.

>Apparently he's still debating the simple fact that a cigarette is
>"another deadly device." So Frankie, keep smoking and tell us how that
>works out for ya, ok? And btw, don't complaing to medicare and
>medicaid that you need treatment for COPD in a few years but keep
>puffin' there little guy. Or of course, you can hasten this along by
>making your own ammo. Bang, bang, my hand is gone.

I don't  need your help here.  Frank and I have a pretty good
understanding.  He's not an extreme rightist, but a conservative.
Nothing wrong with that.  Plus there is nothing he said that suggests
that he smokes.  

I think I once said that you don't do the liberal side any favors with
your crap....and you keep proving it over and over.  Pretty much
***age silliness on your part.  Then there's the fact that sometimes
you send the same post several times.  

 
 
 

Gun Control? Forget it....just control the ammo

Post by bkni.. » Fri, 05 Apr 2013 06:55:13

Quote:

>You are coming across as a whiny little ***. But, I must admit it is fun to watch you do
>this narrow subject thing.

Wow.  You were able to contain your obsession with me for one whole
day.  Are you masturbating as you type?  LOL
 
 
 

Gun Control? Forget it....just control the ammo

Post by Frank Ketchu » Fri, 05 Apr 2013 07:32:05



Quote:












> >>>>>> On Tue, 2 Apr 2013 20:34:37 -0400, "Frank Ketchum"





> >>>>>>>>> Another brilliant liberal plan. We've all seen how well taxing
> >>>>>>>>> cigarrettes prevents smoking after all.

> >>>>>>>>http://goo.gl/Lvhwc

> >>>>>>>>http://goo.gl/5CaLH

> >>>>>>>>http://goo.gl/4xX20

> >>>>>>>Oh, I see. The goal is just to cut back on the schoolhouse
> >>>>>>>slaughters.
> >>>>>>>Noted.

> >>>>>> Taxing isn't the answer to everything Frank. You just picked one
> >>>>>> that
> >>>>>> has had some good results.

> >>>>>I didn't pick anything.

> >>>> Let me rephrase; you implied that taxing cigarettes hasn't done well
> >>>> in preventing smoking. Better?
> >>>> Carbon shot that down.

> >>>Not really any better. First of all the op brought up the cigarette tax
> >>>in
> >>>support of ammunition tax. Taxing them hasn't eliminated smoking. That
> >>>is
> >>>the goal with banning guns or ammunition or whatever, right?

> >> Not your best effort Frank. It wasn't suggested that smoking was
> >> eliminated, but it has done well...as your question asked.

> >> No, this isn't comparable to the gun issue. Big diversion on your
> >> part. Where have you seen that there is a large contingent wanting a
> >> total ban on weapons or ammo? But now we've changed the subject,
> >> which is what you probably wanted.

> >Not a diversion on my part! Good lord. The OP used the cigarrette tax not
> >me.

> >Three strikes, you're out. Let me translate that for you since you need
> >everything explained in extreme detail - I'm not wasting my time reading
> >any
> >more of your responses on this branch.

> I was wondering if I misunderstood and was quoting you incorrectly
> Frank. So I re-checked the thread.

> Let me translate the facts to you.
> Golfbum said:
> Make the taxes as severe as cigarettes.......another deadly device.

> You replied:
> Another brilliant liberal plan. We've all seen how well taxing
> cigarrettes (sic) prevents smoking after all.

> Carbon responded with three links that showed that taxes have done
> pretty well in preventing smoking.

> I replied that yours was a poor example.

> How the hell do you figure that the three strikes are on me? You
> popped out in one swing.

> Face it Frankyour statement was proved to be incorrect and you're
> just stumbling to try and duck that fact. It's all above in the right
> order.

Apparently he's still debating the simple fact that a cigarette is
"another deadly device." So Frankie, keep smoking and tell us how that
works out for ya, ok? And btw, don't complaing to medicare and
medicaid that you need treatment for COPD in a few years but keep
puffin' there little guy. Or of course, you can hasten this along by
making your own ammo. Bang, bang, my hand is gone.

- - -

I'm not a smoker either Mr. English major.  I wondered how long it would
take you to get your foot back in your mouth, turns out it was the very next
time you touched your keyboard.  What a surprise.

 
 
 

Gun Control? Forget it....just control the ammo

Post by Frank Ketchu » Fri, 05 Apr 2013 07:37:12



Quote:


> > ...and one of your party's biggies.........capital punishment wasn't
> > mentioned by you? You see frankie, some people just don't get
> > it....check the mirror, you'll see.

> Well, nutcase I am not a member of any political party. And I am not a
> supporter of the death penalty.

> Any other way you'd like to get your foot in your mouth?

OH no...."nutcase." Now there's some new thought. Were you talking to
*** vat and using some of his lines? Nutcase.................wow.
Scathing to the tenth degree.
You're pathetic...and now to find out even the right wing won't accept
you in their party???? Well, I warned you that you have to have an IQ
of at least 50 to be accepted by any party and apparently, your
"credit" score didn't make the cut. Keep at it little fellow but try
not to use "nutcase" again. That was really very funny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

- - -

Your posts read like the tweets of a ten year old girl.  I encourage you to
keep it up and remind everyone for which party you always vote.

 
 
 

Gun Control? Forget it....just control the ammo

Post by BAR » Fri, 05 Apr 2013 09:17:40


Quote:


> >You are coming across as a whiny little ***. But, I must admit it is fun to watch you do
> >this narrow subject thing.

> Wow.  You were able to contain your obsession with me for one whole
> day.  Are you masturbating as you type?  LOL

You wish!