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andy 6222
12-18-2007, 9:24 PM
A Tale of Two Malls: Omaha and Salt Lake City

Omaha, Nebraska - December 5, 2007

I'm going to keep this real simple. Obviously today a piece of garbage seeking to make a sadistic name for himself shot up a mall in Omaha, Nebraska, killing nine and wounding others. He was able to basically fire his weapon with impunity until the cops arrived. No one in the mall could stop this guy, especially not "security", after all, what are people going to do in a "gun-free-zone" like this mall, hit him with shopping bags as he shoots them...we all know the answer. So he got to kill anyone he wanted and was able to achieve "his last wish" in life.

Trolley Square (Mall), Salt Lake City, Utah --

On February 12, 2007, a different piece of garbage began a deadly shooting in Trolley Square, resulting in the deaths of five bystanders and the shooter himself, as well as the wounding of at least four others. He carried both a shotgun and a handgun, as well as a backpack full of ammunition, which he intended to use until the cops showed up or he ran out of ammo, which ever was going to happen first.

Unfortunately for this maniac, an ARMED off-duty cop was at a restaurant at the time of he chose to do his rampage and was forced into a shoot out with this off-duty officer. Clearly, this shoot out was only made possible by the presence of someone else, who isn't a maniac, having a gun on his person.

The gunman's rampage was stopped after trading shots with the officer Kenneth Hammond, which drastically limited the casualty count.

The conclusion of this is simple, if the political left, Democrats in general, would allow the honest citizens of our nation to carry firearms with them, they can stop these incidents or at least limit the death toll.

So, thank your local gun-control, aka gun prohibitionist politician for making the laws that allow the maniacs of the world to become the "Kings" of the places they plan to shoot up because the rest of us are disarmed and at their mercy.

All its going to take to stop these mass rampage shootings in the future is two things. First off, the media needs to stop giving these maniacs the after the fact attention they wanted, because it encourages others who would "copy-cat" them, to do the same. The other thing we need, is a couple of these perps getting smoked before they can kill others. This will set the example to the next maniac that their deadly goals may not be accomplished and there is a good chance they'll just kill themselves.

Pardon the pun, but with how these shootings have hit critical mass, its worth a shot to allow honest citizens to carry guns, even into malls....

Article by Jazz Richmond / allrightmagazine

metalhead357
12-19-2007, 6:27 AM
you should write this guy back and let him know what's what here in cali...and how this should be the tale of 3 malls-- with Cali's Sac mall now scanning every vehicle's licence plate and sending it off to the local PD.....

cartman
12-19-2007, 9:22 AM
you should write this guy back and let him know what's what here in cali...and how this should be the tale of 3 malls-- with Cali's Sac mall now scanning every vehicle's licence plate and sending it off to the local PD.....

Thats so when someone decides to shoot up the mall here they will know who's car they came in. Can't you see the logic. :rolleyes:

kermit315
12-19-2007, 11:32 AM
you should write this guy back and let him know what's what here in cali...and how this should be the tale of 3 malls-- with Cali's Sac mall now scanning every vehicle's licence plate and sending it off to the local PD.....

please tell me you are kidding? what is the possible "reasoning" behind that?

vf111
12-19-2007, 12:36 PM
It's true- something about looking for stolen cars. Sounds very Orwellian to me.

metalhead357
12-19-2007, 1:18 PM
please tell me you are kidding? what is the possible "reasoning" behind that?

no lie: story broke here over here.....
Welcome to 1984: Sacramento Mall to scan ALL license plates and send to Police
http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?t=78847&highlight=arden

kermit315
12-19-2007, 2:14 PM
thanks for the link. I just got back off of the boat and havent had a chance to check out all that I missed while I was gone.

some people are just screwy, some are gullible too.