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GUEST,Futwick 5yr old shoots 2yr old (126* d) RE: 5yr old shoots 2yr old 17 May 13

The crazy thing is, there was recently another case of an 8yo shooting his 5yo brother in the head with a .22 rifle and then the VERY NEXT DAY I read about a 4yo shooting a 6yo neighbor in the head with a .22 rifle. And all this came on the heels of a 3yo shooting a deputy's wife to death because the idiots left a handgun where a kid could pick it up and obviously weren't watching.

You would think after the boy shot his sister that people would think twice about leaving weapons unattended around children and they obviously don't. What does it take? These people think that these other people were stupid and that won't happen with his kid because his kid is smart and knows gun safety. How can you get through to people that damned dense? That's why we can't get any meaningful gun control laws passed, these are the kinds of fucking idiots we're dealing with--the face of the NRA

Then all these cases, the only time charges were filed against anyone was the case of the 4yo shooting the 6yo--his father is being charged. Why aren't they being charged across the board?? Because they've suffered enough?? I don't give a shit! It shows how lax we are as a nation about stupid behavior and firearms. And it's obvious this will keep happening because we are determined not to learn from the stupidity of others.

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