Virginia Tech Survivors War to Tighten Gun Laws

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The film later goes along with Goddard to gun shows in Ohio and Texas. There, using a hidden camera, he captures dealers and gun owners more than willing to sell him firearms without so much as asking his name, let alone running a background check.

(I wonder if he is aware that laws are be broken by him??)
 
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Wonderful. More blame the tool / punish the law abiding nonsense. Why can't these people understand that restrictive gun laws that disarm people lead to shooting massacres?
 
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Stop bitching about it here and start writing letters to where it matters. You are preaching to the choir!

Start writing to congress outlining the failures in the movie. Write letters to the editor of the papers in the towns where the film is to be shown stating the bullcrap in the movie. Make it know that we will not stand by while the lies are spread.

This is the problem with the 2nd amendment! WE DON'T GET OUT THERE!!! We sit here on forums hiding behind screen names.
We don't make salacious movies like this. We don't protest at mass shootings. We don't get TV coverage. Yet the left and their liberal donkeys are in everyone's face all the time with this crap. Its time to stop being a keyboard commando and get out there! Just joining organizations like GOAL and the NRA does nothing to make a real difference. It takes feet on the ground. People pounding the pavement. Pointing out the failures of laws, the failure of news reporting, the failures of the left in general. If enough of us get out there and we become louder than the left, then people will start to see the lies!
 

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Oddly enough, Students for Concealed Carry on Campus was started by VT students after the shootings.
 

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Stop bitching about it here and start writing letters to where it matters. You are preaching to the choir!

Start writing to congress outlining the failures in the movie. Write letters to the editor of the papers in the towns where the film is to be shown stating the bullcrap in the movie. Make it know that we will not stand by while the lies are spread.

This is the problem with the 2nd amendment! WE DON'T GET OUT THERE!!! We sit here on forums hiding behind screen names.
We don't make salacious movies like this. We don't protest at mass shootings. We don't get TV coverage. Yet the left and their liberal donkeys are in everyone's face all the time with this crap. Its time to stop being a keyboard commando and get out there! Just joining organizations like GOAL and the NRA does nothing to make a real difference. It takes feet on the ground. People pounding the pavement. Pointing out the failures of laws, the failure of news reporting, the failures of the left in general. If enough of us get out there and we become louder than the left, then people will start to see the lies!
I agree with your passion here but I think informing the majority of people on what goes on, triggers this kind of anger and gets people "pounding the pavement" and voicing their opinions on the one-sided media coverage.
 

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F them. They are lost voice in the wilderness and no one is paying them any attention.
A law requiring background checks on private sales in Virginia lost by 2 votes in 2009. Don't get too overconfident. If we start ignoring the Brady Bunch's PR campaigns, it will be 1994 (or 86 or 68 or 34) all over again.

The sad part is, the gun grabbers are using the VT shooter in a push to end true private sales, even though Cho bought his guns through an FFL.
 
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The film later goes along with Goddard to gun shows in Ohio and Texas. There, using a hidden camera, he captures dealers and gun owners more than willing to sell him firearms without so much as asking his name, let alone running a background check.

(I wonder if he is aware that laws are be broken by him??)
I wonder if he was buying from a "dealer" who was already breaking federal law himself.

http://www.northeastshooters.com/vbulletin/threads/109852-Vet-Busted-Immigrant-Walks-in-Gun-Case

The sad part is, the gun grabbers are using the VT shooter in a push to end true private sales, even though Cho bought his guns through an FFL.
And passed a NICS check that he should have failed. Twice.
 
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