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iDrGlutenFree May 29th, 2018 2:27am

If you ever died in a mass shooting, would you want your friends and family to let it be known that you still support the second amendment?

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mfjd1948 rural johnson co iowa
06/04/18 1:50 pm

The second amendment has no effect on mass shootings. Positive or negative. We can have reasonable gun-control without changing the second amendment.

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ronderman North Carolina
05/29/18 4:44 am

Yes. Because had there been a good guy in the theater/Church/School with a gun, he may have stopped the bad guy with a gun and saved my life.

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PhxLibertarian Republic of Dave
05/28/18 11:27 pm

My little brother died from a gunshot wound but I still support the 2nd Ammendment.

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TopsQueen Oregon Coast
05/28/18 11:15 pm

My family knows I am for responsible gun owner ship. I’m also gluten-free by the way

StanMan26 Minnesota
05/28/18 9:54 pm

I support the second amendment but also common sense regulations.

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diest
05/28/18 7:47 pm

Lol,as it is ,no . If anything I would try to explain why so many people are afraid ...

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RussianThunder Russia and USA
05/28/18 7:40 pm

Yes. We have even talked about that at my house. Not “mom and dad, still support the 2nd amendment if I die” but would they support it. They said yes. It’s not the guns fault. They would blame the shooter and the owner of the gun if it’s other than the shooter. They are not “outspoken” supporters now and would not be them but it would not change their mind.
Like me, they did admit their reluctance to use the death penalty might go away if one of us were killed in a mass shooting. Only Mischa said neither his stance on guns nor the death penalty would change (he’s pro 2nd amendment and anti-death penalty.

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