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I Reserve the Right to Maximum Killing Potential
The Second Amendment guarantees the right to bear arms. That means I have the right to own whatever weapon I want with as much lethal force as possible. If I want a gun that can shoot 100 rounds a minute, it’s my right. You never know when terminator will come after you, and you must be prepared.
In fact, we need to amend the Constitution that not only guarantees the right to have a gun, but guarantees that every American upon birth gets a patriotic, red, white and blue weapon such as the Belgium made FN P90 with a clip of at least 50 bullets. We know how defenseless babies are, and having a gun at hand would make babies less vulnerable at birth.
The problem in Arizona, Norway, and Florida was not the number of bullets the guns used in those shootings could hold. No, no, no. The problem was that not everyone at those shootouts was armed. Gun control nuts have kept arms from people for far too long. I propose we give weapons to everyone entering an area where a public event is occurring so that we can be safer.
In the recent Aurora, Colorado shootings, people in the movie theater were blocked from having their automatic weapons. What message does that send the youth in this nation when you can’t bring massive fire-power into a movie theater?
Not only should we allow guns in movies theaters, but we should allow guns in night clubs, hospitals, schools, dentist offices and prisons. Fewer prisoners would be raped and beaten in jail if you allowed prisoners to have guns.
Gun control nuts will try to tell you that you only need one bullet to stop a perpetrator entering your home. These fascist gun control freaks apparently haven’t watched movies. In the movies, it takes multiple bullets to stop the really bad criminals. Just look at Michael Myers. Without having multiple rounds, more than your average eight, you won’t be able to stop the zombies and monsters that might invade your home.
We need more weapons in the U.S. and less regulation. Just like people say regulation stifles U.S. businesses, regulation of guns will also stifle productive shootings. You see, regulating food from poisoning us hurts us like regulating guns with mass killing potential, kills us. I mean really, if regulation worked, we would regulate the use of cars, cell phones, alcohol, tobacco and other products. Seriously folks, use your brains here. The more killing power available, the fewer people will be killed.
To learn where other tragedies occurred because of lack of weaponry, follow the link.