New Zealand: "Our gun laws will change." Why them and not us?


#569

Eggboy is not facing any charges() of assault.


#570

You must be really embarrassed.


#571

No you don’t, but it is odd that you would bring it up and then refuse to elaborate. There is no conceivable reason why you would not reveal your thinking on the matter. It’s almost as though you really don’t know, but are blowing smoke anyway just to make some sort of point that only you understand.


#572

I know, but that’s not what I said. I said he assaulted the Senator, and that is exactly what he did when he cowardly came up behind him an smashed an egg on his head. And that your government has decided that that assault was excusable because the little twit was upset with what the Senator said just goes to show how ■■■■■■ up your country is.


#573

Kid standing up to a modern day brown shirt and taking a beat down and near strangling by his henchmen is the very definition of cowardly.


#574

The so-called “brown shirt” was a duly elected Senator and the “henchmen” were his security detail. If you snuck up behind a US Senator and cracked an egg on the back of his or her head you would find yourself eating the carpet before you took your next breath.


#575

I stand corrected. It definitely the brave thing to not stand up against a duly elected modern day brown shirt.


#576

He didn’t stand up to him, he snuck up from behind and cowardly blind sided him. And it does not matter what the Senator had said or was saying, assault is a criminal offense and the kid should now be facing a judge, not being lauded as a hero. You guys are ■■■■■■■ sick if you think that behavior should be rewarded.


#577

It has nothing to do with the government, state or federal. It is the responsibility of the police and the state DPP.

I am also intrigued why you haven’t suggested that the senator should also be charged.


#578

Eggboy has not been charged with assault.


#579

Point number one: could you please explain duly elected Senator?

Point number two: he did not sneak up. He was clearly listening to him for some time.

Point number three: if you think that eggboy should be charged with assault by extension more than one person would need to be charged with assault


#580

Nra used to be more about hunting and ■■■■■

Nobody said anything about what you posted…


#581

The police ARE the government.

And how the hell did you come up with that? What crime did he commit?


#582

I know that. The question is why. He clearly committed an assault.


#583

One. Senators are elected. Period.

Two. He came up from behind. That is what blind siding means.

Three. Only one person committed an assault … the so-called egg boy.


#584

No it didn’t. The NRA has never been about hunting or ■■■■■


#585

When it comes to hunting and skills training, America’s hunters have known for years where to go: the National Rifle Association. Working in cooperation with the state of New York in 1949, we developed hunter safety training as it’s known today. Since then, our proven hunting education principles have been adopted by one state after another. Hunters contribute millions of dollars every year towards wildlife management and conservation projects as well as work to preserve the treasured tradition for future generations.

Its right on their ■■■■■■■ website…

Youve argued about guns for how long on here and you didnt know this?


#586

What a surprise … some NRA members go hunting. :roll_eyes:

Did you miss the part about skill training? The primary function of the NRA is gun safety and skill training, whether you use that learning to hunt or not.


#587

You were wrong…just admit it and move on…how pathetic


#588

How ever you need to excuse it samm.