Should there be laws against selling or owning some types of guns? What do you think?
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When people claim "no one wants to take your guns away" we'll point towards Marisa's post to prove otherwise.
There is no federal "waiting period" and only a very few handful of states require one.
When people claim "no one wants to take your guns away" we'll point towards David's post to prove otherwise. BTW, David has no clue as to what a "semi automatic" firearm is. He's like a 5 year old on his first tricycle giving racing advice to a pro.
When people claim "no one wants to take your guns away" we'll point towards Tom's post to prove otherwise. BTW, Tom has no clue as to what an "automatic" firearm is and the laws concerning them.
Those 'Constitutional rights' to bear arms came into being when the British were still a very real threat to the brand new United States and when the Red Indians constituted a real threat. Neither still applies. Amend the Constitution!
Sorry tom, but you're pretty clueless about the subject. As Heller noted, the 2nd Amendment merely codified a long existing right that is independent of the Constitution. Remove the 2nd Amendment... the right still exists by itself.
Deliberately taken action to shoot someone is only one part of the argument against the proliferation of firearms. The other is due to the numerous accidents where people - especially children - are either ignorant or careless with them.
When tom gets around to understanding there is no perfection in the human race he can jump back into the discussion. Otherwise he can explain to us just what other areas of human endeavor he expects perfection.
Black skin is actually good 4 protection.
I think you've been listening to the false propaganda peddled by the gun lobby. There is a fake email which they've used to claim that gun violence has gone up since gun control in the UK and Australia - it is completely and utterly untrue.
You can believe Marisa or you can believe actual Australians