Fellow Republicans is the NRA using a good strategy of blaming the victims for not being armed?

and video games. Did the NRA do a good job of hiding the fact that one in three school have armed guards and that Columbine school did too, the guard and the killer there exchanged fires. Will people forget that semi-automatic, which was once banned was used to kill the victims. Did the NRA shoot itself in the foot by indirectly blaming the victims for not carrying guns?

Asked By: The Virginian - 12/22/2012
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The NRA are cooperate whores. They will blame everything else than guns for gun related crimes because selling guns is a good way of making money ad the NRA only purpose is to make americans keep buying guns so they can shoot each other and and they can say it was becuase the victim did not have the newest death... More
Answered By: SuperAlbert_B7 - 12/22/2012
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They didn't do that. Not even close.
Answered By: You didn't build that - 12/22/2012
The NRA is trying to protect YOUR rights... and I don't understand how you consider yourself a republican if you are so anti-gun.
Answered By: Cornball brother - 12/22/2012
Yes. Unfortunately they carry a lot of clout w/ politicians
Answered By: William Z - 12/22/2012
There is already a ban on assault rifles in Connecticut. Simply possessing one will get you a mandatory minimum sentence of a year in jail. That worked well didn't it?
Answered By: Joe in texas - 12/22/2012
The more they talk , The more they bomb. Just like Mitt Romney, These guys have no idea what the world is like down here. Had he known, Anything about Mr. And Mrs. America, he would not have made that statement the other day.All they do is talk and lie and blame.
Answered By: Meredith - 12/22/2012
As opposed to blaming the people who DIDN'T shoot anyone, like you are doing? If one in three schools have guards, what is the big deal about putting them in the rest of the schools? Do you advocate getting rid of the police because they don't stop every crime?
Answered By: ms manners - 12/22/2012
use word games much? if word games ruled you would be king
Answered By: Space Cowboy the Anti-Fascist - 12/22/2012
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