Pedro X. Molina for May 27, 2023

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    Erse IS better  9 months ago

    Monomania is a mental disease or defect if it impinges on normal daily activities.

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    braindead Premium Member 9 months ago

    Which means 4 out of 10 Americans believe that any effort to reduce gun violence is exactly the same as total confiscation of all guns.

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    The Nodding Head  9 months ago

    Republicanitis — symptoms include fear, anger, constant grievance, cruelty, and hatred

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    Radish the wordsmith  9 months ago

    Republicans cut mental health care budgets, ban books and promote guns.

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    GOGOPOWERANGERS  9 months ago

    A large many of republican need psychological help or phycotic drugs

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 9 months ago

    “But…But…But…Muh Freedumms…”

    And yes, this is how they “think”.

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    rossevrymn  9 months ago

    Overcoming our national violent tendencies requires that we take a truthful look at ourselves.

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    mourdac Premium Member 9 months ago

    There are at least 20 million AR-15s in circulation in the U.S. today. The velocity and impact of their rounds is devastating; much as we dislike it, this was the main reason the police in Uvalde were reluctant to storm the school, feeling outgunned. Shooters are also increasingly using military grade body armor, making them more difficult to neutralize. But here’s the rationale of a Texas state legislator after Uvalde: "… the perpetrator’s firepower was irrelevant because “he had enough time” to kill the 19 children and two teachers “with his hands or a baseball bat, and so it’s not the gun.” Thoughts and prayers, thoughts and prayers.

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    DangerMan  9 months ago

    “Mental health” is a red-herring talking point, nothing more. They know full well that the people needing help are just the kind that would never seek it; and identifying them and forcing them to get help would also be looked at as a violation of their rights.

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    WickWire64  9 months ago

    Gun care and health control. Your kids come dead last in the eyes of the ILA/NRA and the firearms industry. Laws that work in much of the rest of the world would work here and still let Hunter’s and sport shooters have firearms but the Reich-wing nut jobs will continue to obstruct common sense with their BS. Profits come before you and your children and grandchildren

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    Redd Panda  9 months ago

    Or, we might spend more $$ on mental health treatment?

    Nah, that’d never work.

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    Dani Rice  9 months ago

    Charlie Kirk’s opinion is that “some gun deaths are an acceptable price to maintain the freedom to bear arms. Having an armed citizenry comes with a price, and that is part of liberty.”

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    Bendarling1  9 months ago

    There is indeed a need, for better mental health services for inhabitants of the USA, but tax cuts trashed that.

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    NickelAlloy  9 months ago

    “Psychosis occurs when a person loses touch with reality due to a decline in their mental well-being. It could either be a sign of an underlying medical condition or occur due to a stressful or traumatic event. It’s also referred to as a psychotic break or episode”.

    The traumatic event, of course, was the election of a black man to the White House. The underlying mental condition is from years of living in the right-wing echo chamber and watching the Fox Propaganda channel and the like. Either of those alone could cause psychosis. Combine the two and it becomes a near certainty. I believe that this is the only way to explain how more than 70 million Americans descended into permanent, bitter hatred and then to supporting anti-American fascists.

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    ferddo  9 months ago

    My gun nut nephew says that he needs his guns to protect himself. But I notice that his gun gives him false confidence to place himself into situations where he probably will need to protect himself.

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    Rich Douglas  9 months ago

    As the researchers at Harvard have clearly documented (through literature reviews), there is a strong correlation between gun ownership and gun violence. D-uh.

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    librarylady59  9 months ago

    I wonder if any parents of children killed in mass shootings choose guns. (I do hope not!)

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