So great seeing our young people waking up and standing up

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gb9

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hornetguy

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Yes... they want "change".... ask them for a definition of that.

A HUGE change would be for each one of them to pick out an unpopular kid at school, and actually sit down with them, and get to know them... treat them like one of the "cool" kids. Think that is on their agenda for "change" ?

The "change" they want is what the media and libs are coaching them to say..... get rid of all guns. THAT will fix all the problems. Never mind that pesky old constitution and bill of rights. Those were just written by a bunch of old white guys, anyway. And those old white guys were SLAVE OWNERS! And they were probably RICH! and... and... LET'S STOP THE GUN VIOLENCE!

But let's glorify it in the movies we watch, and the music we listen to, and the video games we play....
 

Socreta93

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Since their always seems to be an anti-young people agenda, I'll just I agree.
 

hornetguy

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Since their always seems to be an anti-young people agenda, I'll just I agree.
I don't quite understand what you are trying to say here? Can you clarify?
 

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Deade

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Well I for one, do not approve of high school students getting involved with political issues. If I heard of this from one of my kids or grandkids, I would set them straight in quick order. We need to be careful of political change, as that is how the devil runs things. He does his evil little by little, and he starts with our children.

If you were to ask that mass of kids protesting about their thoughts on gay marriage, you'd probably get about 80-85 percent for it. Young people idolize celebrities and their far leftist views. If you want you children wise, sit them down and talk to them about what God expects from them. Make them read Proverbs, which is a programmed course in Biblical wisdom.

Prov. 22:6: "Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it."
Prov. 22:15: "Foolishness is bound in the heart of a child; but the rod of correction shall drive it far from him."
:cool:
 

Deade

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Absolutely, but it is not enough, and truly, they should NOT have to do this. It is up to the adult in our society to see to it that our citizens are protected.
We are working on that, young lady. Your safety is very important to we seniors. I would lay down my life for any one of you. Please leave the politics to those that are willing to take the time to do it right. :rolleyes:
 

notuptome

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Absolutely, but it is not enough, and truly, they should NOT have to do this. It is up to the adult in our society to see to it that our citizens are protected.
Start executing the murderers and that will make an impression on those who would engage in such activities. Make it an unpleasant experience to murder people and the activity will lose its attraction.

For the cause of Christ
Roger
 

Dem

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https://www.gizmodo.com.au/2015/06/australia-hasnt-had-a-mass-shooting-since-1996/

there is examples we could follow, but being a self centered society we love our right to bare arms more then our children safety. not to mention the money behind it all. I personalty have no need for a gun but it ain't all about me but for real we do not need assault weapons on our street or in the hands of the public. aromatic weapons need to good. There is no cure all cure all but if ONE child's life is saved it is worth it.
 

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Well I for one, do not approve of high school students getting involved with political issues. If I heard of this from one of my kids or grandkids, I would set them straight in quick order. We need to be careful of political change, as that is how the devil runs things. He does his evil little by little, and he starts with our children.

If you were to ask that mass of kids protesting about their thoughts on gay marriage, you'd probably get about 80-85 percent for it. Young people idolize celebrities and their far leftist views. If you want you children wise, sit them down and talk to them about what God expects from them. Make them read Proverbs, which is a programmed course in Biblical wisdom.

Prov. 22:6: "Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it."
Prov. 22:15: "Foolishness is bound in the heart of a child; but the rod of correction shall drive it far from him."
:cool:
Well you for one are not the one being slaughtered while sitting in school. Since us adults can not get it done maybe they can. GO School Students go.
 

Dude653

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you mean " young people getting influenced by the liberal media to push a gun control agenda ". that is what the walkout is about.
I thought they were influenced by seeing people murdered in school
 

Socreta93

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Absolutely, but it is not enough, and truly, they should NOT have to do this. It is up to the adult in our society to see to it that our citizens are protected.
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I agree but they feel the adults won't do anything so they feel they have to do something. The old cliche "if you want something done, do it yourself". Bad analogy but you know what I mean.
 

Socreta93

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Well I for one, do not approve of high school students getting involved with political issues. If I heard of this from one of my kids or grandkids, I would set them straight in quick order. We need to be careful of political change, as that is how the devil runs things. He does his evil little by little, and he starts with our children.

If you were to ask that mass of kids protesting about their thoughts on gay marriage, you'd probably get about 80-85 percent for it. Young people idolize celebrities and their far leftist views. If you want you children wise, sit them down and talk to them about what God expects from them. Make them read Proverbs, which is a programmed course in Biblical wisdom.

Prov. 22:6: "Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it."
Prov. 22:15: "Foolishness is bound in the heart of a child; but the rod of correction shall drive it far from him."
:cool:
Gay marriage and school shootings are apples and oranges. Don't know how that matters in this situation. Are many of them taught leftist views, probably but protesting safety in schools, they aren't wrong there. They are the ones who went through such traumatic experiences, many kids are also afraid to go to school because of this.
 

kaylagrl

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you mean " young people getting influenced by the liberal media to push a gun control agenda ". that is what the walkout is about.

​ I agree,they are being used.Its despicable and the adults ought to be ashamed of themselves.
 

kaylagrl

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Gunophiles resent these kids for having a voice

No,thats not true in the least and I think you know better.



Now on a personal level how are things going with you? I thought about you the other day and wondered how you and your family are doing.Hopefully things have improved.
 

Dude653

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No,thats not true in the least and I think you know better.



Now on a personal level how are things going with you? I thought about you the other day and wondered how you and your family are doing.Hopefully things have improved.
these kids are tired of having to worry about being murdered in school and deserve to be heard
 

Dude653

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No,thats not true in the least and I think you know better.



Now on a personal level how are things going with you? I thought about you the other day and wondered how you and your family are doing.Hopefully things have improved.
The situation has improved somewhat but still is not completely resolved
I admin in two to Facebook groups so that keeps me busy too.
also my wife is having some more health issues so be praying for her
 

kaylagrl

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The situation has improved somewhat but still is not completely resolved
I admin in two to Facebook groups so that keeps me busy too.
also my wife is having some more health issues so be praying for her

Im sorry your wife is having health issues I understand that. Had health issues myself for years so I truly empathize.Will be thinking of you all for sure. <3