You called AC. Despicable hateful racist human being...now maybe you can find for me where he launched an unjustified unprovoked attack where he called you like names because I can't find it.
Whether I was attacked directly or indirectly, attacking my entire
race is ultimately an attack against me. First AC deliberately cherry picked
a very specific piece of statistical data for the sole purpose
of denigrating my entire
race. The very same race, that in his words are disappointing. After he posted this cherry picked
statistical data, he felt the hateful
need to continue posting that same cherry picked
data multiple times over and over and over again.(By the way, I strongly suspect that AC is a black man). AC never differentiated any particular or individual black person. His blanket statement was that black people disappoint him. Not an individual or a person. He states that he is disappointed in black people as a race. An attack on my entire
race is an indirect attack on me.
As for the second amendment other than having the right to a nuclear device or a firearm that can't be beared, what are these "safety" laws?
What is REASONABLE gun safety can and should be debated. What some people find reasonable may be unreasonable for other people. That is the reason we should have the discussion so we as a society can make the determination on what is REASONABLE. (Before I go any further with this conversation, I am strongly opposed to the Gun Manufacturers making the determination of what is not reasonable. They clearly have a vested interest in selling anything and everything to everyone with no restrictions regarding firearms. Greed over public safety). I believe it is reasonable to have background checks on ALL gun sales. I believe that banning machine guns, bazookas, and RPGs is a reasonable restriction. I believe that banning the sale of fire arms to individuals who have been declared mentally insane or mentally unstable would be reasonable. Those are just examples. Some people, like yourself, may find those examples to not be reasonable. That is fine for you to think that. To say that is an infringement on the 2nd amendment would be disingenuous. No constitutional right is absolute with no restrictions. Any constitutional scholar would confirm that constitutional rights implicitly
have reasonable restrictions.
As for socialism I'm referring to as an example redistributing wealth or free college and health care as a "right".
Yes you are correct that I believe in redistributing of wealth. I believe the super wealthy should pay higher percentage of their income to help fund the government. The more the super wealthy pay in taxes, the less the working class would have to pay in taxes. I am strongly opposed to those government programs that greatly benefit big wealthy corporations. As far as government programs that benefit the poor and working class, I strongly support. Everything from college Pell grants, low income housing assistance, Medicare, Medicaid, free and reduced school lunch programs, (WIC) Women Infant Children program, unemployment insurance, food stamps or food assistance, and other compassionate government programs.
As far as free health care as a right is concern, we essentially already have versions of that already. One version is Medicare for people over the age of 65. Another version is Medicaid for people who are beneath a certain poverty level. Another is the Veterans Administration which provides health care for our veterans. Should there be a single-payer system like a Medicare for all to cover all ages. I support such a system and I believe the super wealthy big corporations should pay significantly more in taxes than what they are currently paying. I don't know if you support the three versions of free health care that we already have, or if you believe they should be discontinued.
Now as far as free college is concern, I'm not completely on board with this proposal. I'm okay with expanding Pell grants to make more students eligible. I'm okay with guaranteeing low cost student loans. My view could change at some point. At this time I'm not on board of everyone having the right to free college.