Nice straw man there, dude. Most people aren't for banning guns,
they're for stronger regulations surrounding their ownership and use.
Think of it as being akin to pushing for laws that place limits on
women's right to have abortions, or anyone's use of birth control. Or
pain medication, for that matter. You do realize there are people
advocating for the right of medical personnel to refuse to prescribe
or administer pain medication when it conflicts with their religious
beliefs? Yes, there are. It was a primary tenet of Mother Theresa, in
fact. She didn't provide it, because she felt suffering was part of
You're lying, lefty. Laws are already on the books that aren't being
enforced. The laws that are being proposed (and passed) do *nothing*
but restrict the law-abiding citizen's ability to own guns. They do
absolutely nothing to keep people safer - just the opposite, in fact.
On Saturday, November 30, 2013 7:52:30 PM UTC-5, Moe DeLoughan wrote:
Only because those same folks don't know the facts, which are
that there are thousands of gun laws on the books already and most
of them aren't being enforced. A good example being that you
have 40,000 people who illegally apply to buy a gun and fail the
required federal background check. Only 50 or so of them are prosecuted.
So, instead of passing more laws, how about we go find those 40 felons
and prosecute them?
I suffer every time I read stuff from you libs. Does that count?
But in the US, we have the right to keep and bear arms, after the
background check, if we can find a gun for sale, if we can find ammo,
and as long as we comply with all the regulations of carry, and get the
necessary permit to carry, which might be issued, or not.
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