Thursday, October 30, 2014
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Connecticut school shooting prompts 'you can't take my guns' arguments on Twitter

BOSSIER CITY,LA-SEPTEMBER 11: A Glock 9mm pistol, legal to own under present guns laws, is displayed with 2 different capacity bullet clips at Shooters USA target range on September 11, 2004 in Bossier City, Louisiana. The top clip holds a total of 10 bullets currently legal, the bottom clip 18 bullets, is only legal for law enforcement officers. When the Assault Weapons Ban expires at midnight Monday September 13 the 18 round high capacity magazine will be legal to purchase.  (Photo by Mario Villafuerte/Getty Images) (Newscom TagID: gettypix775580)     [Photo via Newscom]
BOSSIER CITY,LA-SEPTEMBER 11: A Glock 9mm pistol, legal to own under present guns laws, is displayed with 2 different capacity bullet clips at Shooters USA target range on September 11, 2004 in Bossier City, Louisiana. The top clip holds a total of 10 bullets currently legal, the bottom clip 18 bullets, is only legal for law enforcement officers. When the Assault Weapons Ban expires at midnight Monday September 13 the 18 round high capacity magazine will be legal to purchase. (Photo by Mario Villafuerte/Getty Images) (Newscom TagID: gettypix775580) [Photo via Newscom]

As most people stopped what they were doing to focus all of their energy on not crying while watching the news coverage of the elementary school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, a whole slew of people who don't get it took time to tweet about the government trying to take their guns.

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