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Get this logic:

“We require insurance to own a car, but no such requirement exists for guns," Maloney said in a statement. "The results are clear: car fatalities have declined by 25 percent in the last decade, but gun fatalities continue to rise.”

Um, excuse me? Some states require car insurance, which licenses are a privilege, not a right. Second, and more brutal, gun fatalities among criminals have risen, but among legal use, gun fatalities have stayed steady.

May I ask when do you think a criminal will go out and get him/herself some gun insurance?

This is rife with stupidity.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney said the requirement would "help save lives."
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It was a flippant remark, attempting to be humorous, sorry, it was thoughtless of me to make light of something which is actually very serious.

More seriously, I wonder how this legislation could be enforced. Purchasing a weapon through a defined process which requires proof of insurance will cover only new purchases. Requiring the proof of insurance in order to allow the licensing, if such a requirement exists, of a weapon may cover more but is similar to closing the stable door after the horse has bolted. The article mentions a rather hefty fine for the possession of a weapon without proof of insurance, and perhaps when a weapon is fired and causes injury or death the shooter will also be expected to pay to somebody a sum of money, which insurance would make possible and which presumably would be difficult or impossible to pay without it.

However If we consider the practicalities, this means that a policing force, paid for primarily by taxes would need to employ time and resources in the checking for proof of insurance, issuing of fines, following up to ensure that payments are made, or that suitable alternative consequences due to those infringing on the law are received. How would they do that? Is there currently enough available resource in in the existing policing body to spare or would this just mean that additional budget would need to be given over to those bodies? If so,  in order for a weapon owner to not be at as much of a risk of liability, more resource which could be used for other purposes or at some additional expense to taxpayers, will be used.

Just a thought, but is somebody in government sleeping with somebody in Insurance, since the insurance companies seem to be the biggest beneficiaries of this legislation, at the expense of the citizen?

Wilson If there was sufficient, common sense, or rather if common sense were a factor, these debates would never be needed. At what point do you suppose that people will realize that being allowed to own weapons in order not to be reamed by government, while being reamed by government for the right, defeats the purpose. The citizen has already lost.

I think it may also be true that those criminal enough to use a weapon for unlawful gain probably wouldn't by affected by this legislation.
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Residents of Arlington, Virginia — which in 2012 overwhelmingly voted for President Obama and sits directly across the Potomac River from the nation’s capital — are trying to bully Marine Corps veteran James Gates, 28, from opening a gun shop in their neighborhood.
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“It is unconscionable, in an era where our children are forced to practice ‘lock down’ drills designed to train them how to protect themselves from armed intruders, to locate a gun shop anywhere in the vicinity of schools."

Maybe if these Left Wing idiots would allow the teachers to arm themselves they'd not have to "lock down" and hide from an armed intruder. Of course Logic like that totally alludes them.
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I already had two of these very common minnow traps at home but I stumbled on to one at walmart...
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Decapitate, eviscerate and saute +Tonni Lockett Atay 
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OK. Now I will consider switching to Apple from Android.
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I cannot wait for this shit to hit the fan...

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Navy Secretary Ray Mabus has said he'd like to see the storied Navy SEAL brotherhood welcoming women as soon as next year.
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It's hard enough for a guy to make it through Hell Week and BUDs I just can't see any woman doing it. Even an E. German Shot Putter, LOL.
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Part of Wolverine’s charm is his surly disposition, but the real reason we all love the X-men’s grumpiest Canadian is because of his bad-to-the-bone retractable claws. So here’s a tutorial on how to build a set of your own that extend and retract by simply flexing your arm muscles.
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Of not playing softball on a Sunday morning!
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The Wayne Agency
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  • The Wayne Agency
    Director, 8 - present
  • Aflac
    Independent Agent, 2012 - 2014
  • Bob Hines Trucking, Inc.
    Vice President, Produce Operations, 1992 - 2009
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Mount Olive, NC
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Mount Olive, NC - Gaylord, Mi - Powell, TN - Longview, TX
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I am the CEO of nothing, I'm extremely opinionated, I'm not an atheist, & I will not be your life coach.
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I will circle you if you interact with me

Married to the illustrious +Nikki Hines

Profession: Directing Agent with The Wayne Agency (WLA).

WLA works with insurance carriers such as Transamerica Life, Fidelity & Guaranty Life, for annuities and IUL products.  We also work with Washington National Insurance for products like Short Term Disability, Cancer, Critical Care, and Delta Dental.

Education

Crown College of the Bible, Powell, TN (Knoxville) 1993-96 - Concentrations in Systematic Theology and Koine.

East Carolina University - Currently pursuing a B.A. in American History. 

Goal: Masters in Foreign Policy or Masters in Constitutional History.

Likely Master's Schools: George Washington University, American University, Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy.

Amateur Radio: I’m a Amateur Extra class - AA5AZ.  I enjoy 2 meters, 17,  20, and 40 meters.

Sports: Major League Baseball - I am a Washington Nationals and Cincinnati Reds fan.  In all truthfulness, I just like MLB baseball.

Tech: I am an Apple advocate and geek!  I’ve used computers since the 8086 forward. 

Writing: I am a writer by nature.  Hemingway was my favorite author. 

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I don't brag about a whole lot, anymore.
Education
  • East Carolina University
    B.A. European History, 2014 - present
  • Wayne Community College
    2010 - 2011
  • Crown College
    Pastoral Theology, 1993 - 1996
  • North Duplin Junior-Senior High
    1988 - 1992
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