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Discussion in 'BS Forum' started by mute, Jun 12, 2016.
Look at that face...he was definitely Daddy's little bacha bazi bitch at one point.
I heard on NPR this morning that when he was investigated by the FBI he didn't know the difference between Al Qaeda and Hezbollah.
This guy was a jihadi terrorist the same way champ is a jets fan.
Not that it explains how he was able to legally purchase firearms.
He wasn't found guilty of anything . He was also able to get a job as a security officer.
I understand that. But when you have a guy that's expressed sympathy for known terrorist causes, even in a way that makes it obvious he's a wannabe poser, we ought to be able to restrict his access. Just in case.
Totally agree. But not gonna happen under this administration
You wouldn't know the depths of my condescension unless you started talking your idiocy like the Klan after the 9-11 attacks.
I was in Manhattan that day. One of the worst days ever.
Until the muslim community starts outing these nut jobs, they should be put under the very harshest form of scrutiny. The father of that piece of shit knew his son was unhinged, yet did nothing. Knowing and not doing anything is the same as pulling the trigger. The leaders of these muslim communities should say ,"listen Ahmed you are fucking this up for all of us, you need to leave America." But they don't because their religion teaches hate and that muhammed is happy when they strike the infidel.
Everybody is like ban assault rifles, well these terrorists will use anything to try to harm and intimidate people. 9/11 started with a box cutter.....
Yeah but...what about the KLAN!
You son of a...
And the Boston Marathon was ended with a fucking pressure cooker.
Unfortunately the political climate has dictated that it is discriminatory to unfairly target Muslims who claim they are associated with terrorists. You need a video of them associating with terrorists, with his homeboys watching, Neil taking notes, and his grandmother there to verify his identity.
if this is the case, and I do think you are right as it pertains to these random terrorist fucks, but I don't see how its an argument against gun control?
A reasonable person would say that if you live in a world where there are people who will use anything to try to harm people, it might make sense to restrict access to the tools used to harm people most efficiently... like the AR 15. If this gay terrorist fuck had a box cutter in the nightclub, he's probably not killing 50 people. 1 or 2 tops.
Why? Because you believe Obama is a Muslim? Or just that he's soft and ineffective in general?
I am not giving up my pressure cooker and I'll be goddamned if I'm going to register it with the Feds.
I haven't even registered it for the warranty.
Proximity isn't as relevant. How many friends and friends of friends did you lose? I'm sorry that they died.
What the fuck is your point? That I had greater statistical odds of getting killed by an angry white terrorist than radical Islamists that day?
It sure as fuck didn't feel like it when reports were floating around that there were a dozen planes in the air targeting NYC. Scariest day of my working life.
There's one for the anti-gun crowd
So what's the solution?