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#342 - mastbury
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(07/04/2012) [-]
NO ONE is saying owning guns is unethical. Some people (like me) just believe guns should have tighter controls so that rapist with AIDS can't have one to threaten your daughter with.

also, that first picture makes no ******* sense at all
#357 to #342 - qwermy
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Actually, I hear plenty of people say owning a gun is unethical. (I live in New Jersey.) And with tighter controls, said rapist would still get his gun. He'd just get it illegally. The girl, on the other hand, would not be able to legally buy one to defend herself.
User avatar #367 to #357 - psychosamm
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Tighter controls as in not allowing those with criminal records to own a weapon. Is the girl a criminal?
Tighter control doesn't mean no one can get them, if that were the case it would be against the constitution. Its to ensure most dumbasses who have shown violence can't get them.
User avatar #383 to #367 - SilentRaver
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Criminals can easily get a gun illegally regardless of how tight controls are. They don't care that it's illegal, they're criminals. And then they have the added bonus of not having to register their weapon, which makes them harder to find.
Whereas law abiding citizens would have to go through a bunch of extra trouble just to buy one, possibly adding them to all types of government lists in the interest of homeland security, as well as affecting their insurance costs.

And Rapist McGee is off scott free because his boy Alfonse hooked him up.