Article: San Jose Police Chief: Too Many Guns In U.S., Gun Control Needed

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The most modern weapons in the 1700's were available and used by both military and civilians to defend against any type of threat.
 
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Yup. Too many guns in private hands to implement a police state. To liberal police chiefs that is a bad thing. They live the Mexico model where only criminals and government have guns. Much easier to get rich that way.

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Yup. Too many guns in private hands to implement a police state. To liberal police chiefs that is a bad thing. They live the Mexico model where only criminals and government have guns. Much easier to get rich that way.

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It's going to be an interesting battle once it starts
 

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Yup. Too many guns in private hands to implement a police state. To liberal police chiefs that is a bad thing. They live the Mexico model where only criminals and government have guns. Much easier to get rich that way.

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You're wrong about that.

Iraq was chock full of privately owned firearms.

Nazi Party members could possess "privately" owned firearms.

The guns only matter if you're willing to use them - and you're actually defending something that isn't already a police state.

Don't believe the liberal progressive idiots: simple ownership of a gun does not magically solve all problems - or create all problems.
 

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Take them away from the Police and give their's to the common man.
Then see if crime goes down!
These clowns may say, we the law abiding are the problem.
The police unions protect these predators of justice when they disobey the laws they are supposed to uphold!
You are the problem not us law biding citizens!
 

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Hey moron, if the Internet, TV, radio, and other modern media existed when the Bill of Rights was passed would the First Amendment look different or be any less important? Crawl back under whatever rock you came from and stop running off at the mouth.
 

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What do you expect from Chief Eddie, hes too busy attending his La Raza meetings. Easy solution give California back to Mexico. Now there would be a good place for the wall.
 

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To the police that are against the second amendment.
Please turn your in your firearms and quit your job.

You are no better than anyone else and deserve no special treatment.

But how dare you leave the citizens of this nation defenseless because you can't handle the lawful owning firearms!

You make it hard for the common man to defend his family so you can feel safe at work.

There are more citizens than police that need the means to protect themselves.

It's a job. If you don't like it, leave it.
 
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http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/10/...eapons-when-theyre-not-home-lawmakers-decide/

gun storage law passed in San Jose..

Though he supports the measure, San Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia said enforcement might be tricky — police would need to find a gun that’s been stolen and prove the owner left it unlocked inside the house. The chief also acknowledged that burglars could steal a gun with a trigger lock or even a lock-box, but said the law still helps.

“It’s a deterrent,” Garcia said. “We just want to make it as difficult as possible for someone to steal a firearm from a home.”

So Einstein, how does a trigger lock make it more difficult to steal? Inquiring minds want to know
 
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