This is the problem. You are not addressing - what you are doing is providing responses ....responses that largely contain erroneous comparison,
diversionary tactics, avoidance,
and intellectual dishonesty.
What's interesting is that you could even believe you proved me wrong with pulling some totally unrelated war story,
and then you didn't get my joke on dubnium...
You have never had the integrity to admit you are usually wrong.
Don't try to pass that off on liberals.
Conservatives get most things wrong and never admit it.
And, yes, we have over the years posted many times when you have been wrong.
I provided a clear example of such a misperception not being due to fear.
You confuse opinion, yours and others, often with totally specious leaps in logic, with facts.
The labelling of such also lends itself to flawed behaviour - the treating or dismissing all that is said as flawed or under suspicion of being flawed because of belong to left/right/etc (which behaviour is nonsense)...rather than treating each individual utterance on it's own merits.
oralloy wrote:No, you didn't,I provided a clear example of such a misperception not being due to fear.
given that dubnium has a 28 hour half-life and all that... I accept your abject surrender.
I'll find it boring.
Hundreds in Massachusetts may lose gun licenses because of federal rules
Massachusetts authorities say hundreds of residents previously cleared by a state board to own a firearm may lose their
gun licenses because of a clash between state and federal regulations.
The Boston Globe reports that the state began notifying police chiefs last month after federal law enforcement officials
said the state’s Firearms License Review Board, which considers whether people with misdemeanor criminal convictions
should have a license, was clearing applicants who should have been disqualified under federal rules.
That group of 340 people includes police officers who without a license could be in danger of losing their jobs. The number
of people in danger of losing their gun licenses is likely to grow.
Officers then obtained a search warrant for Coleman's hotel room, where they found the 17-year-old suspect with a .45-caliber semi-automatic rifle and numerous rounds of ammunition,