R. Neal's picture

Gotta defend that toilet

Gotta defend that toilet paper cache. Worked so hard fighting for it at Sam's Club.

Treehouse's picture

Divided nation

There are those who buy guns that they think will protect themselves from the hungry hoards. And there are those who realize we have a responsibility to others and become the helpers. Which side are you on?

Moon's picture

Which side

There are those who buy guns that they think will protect themselves from the hungry hoards. And there are those who realize we have a responsibility to others and become the helpers. Which side are you on?

Not only is it possible to do both, I believe I have a moral obligation to do both.

Factchecker's picture

Good prudence

If many are buying military assault rifles with flesh-shredding bullets, would you feel a moral obligation to join that craze as well?

Moon's picture

Moral obligations and flesh shredding bullets

If many are buying military assault rifles with flesh-shredding bullets, would you feel a moral obligation to join that craze as well?

I have a moral obligation to protect my family/property and to help those in need. There are many ways to fulfill each.

Re "flesh shredding bullets" ... Unless designed for target shooting, I think most ammo is intended to shred flesh. Sounds kind of redundant to me.

Factchecker's picture

Difference

I don't know the jargon that gun lovers use, but I'm referring to the difference explained here.

Nothing about this seems moral to me. Society, mostly America fueled by the NRA, is just engaged in an arms race against itself. Nobody can be protected at this level, IMO.

Knoxoasis's picture

It depends on whether the

It depends on whether the hoards are asking or taking.

jbr's picture

Sanitizer, toilet paper and AR-15s: Tennesseans snap up guns

"I'm cleaned out," he said of some types of ammunition and guns.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation processed more than 14,600 firearm transactions between March 12 and March 16. The number was 85% higher than a comparable five-day period in February, when nearly 8,000 transactions were processed.

Sanitizer, toilet paper and AR-15s: Tennesseans snap up guns and ammo during coronavirus outbreak

jbr's picture

NRA under Fire

Factchecker's picture

Promise?

I keep hearing how it's struggling. Thoughts and prayers.

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