Wanting better mental health checks and background checks seems like something everyone could agree to, but they don't. Is the fear that it will be a slippery slope leading to guns being taken? Can gun reform happen without interfering with gun owners rights?
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You are right, it seems the second someone suggests gun control they assume it means take guns away from good people. Reform doesn't have to be a bad thing if people would actually get involved instead of forming an opinion without facts.
I was going to answer this question, but it seems you have done it so well, that I have nothing to add.
This is a very good perspective. The biggest issue determining any form of reform or law is who decides it is wrong and what constitutes wrong enough to count. I think there are ways around this issue. Unfortunately not room in this comment box.Thx
Yeah, just like David Koresh was worried that the government would come take his guns. If the government wants your guns, they are quite capable of taking them. Your guns are like bb guns. Keep your silly guns.