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Date Signed Up:4/15/2010
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#62 - fiveblackmen (06/21/2016) [-]
To me, he seems more like a guy that is partially informed but believes he knows more than he actually does. He makes some very solid points but then adds information born of ignorance to it that just works to invalidate his argument. Although, this is one of the better posts I've seen from him, with the only problem I see being his comment on chivalry, some of his stuff makes it seem like he gets all his information from Fox News.
#121 - By and large I agree with you. However, the idea of forcing gu…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/15/2016 on BAN THE THING +2
#130 - anon (06/15/2016) [-]
Your point about Chicago and other major cities I'm looking at you New Orleans is true but the firearms flooding into the city doesn't help and we can get into the problems with the dindus another day spoiler: crime and abject cyclical poverty are linked at hip . I understand why you don't like the idea of registering gun owners but the very idea that we have a centralized database of voters but no effing clue about who all actually owns a gun legally, i know people who illegaly own guns won't register themselves seems a bit odd. Is it a perfect idea? No. But the government should have some sense of who is and is not packing heat.

However, i reject your notion and it's not just yours that a gun is a tool. A hammer drill is a fucking tool, a gun is a weapon. Disigned and built to kill, exclusively. I understand that the object isn't evil or bad, the people who use them for crime are. But if a gun was truly nothing more than a tool, we wouldn't be having this conversation.
#110 - At this point banning guns in the US won't achieve anything wo…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/15/2016 on BAN THE THING +3
#117 - anon (06/15/2016) [-]
I agree with your point about the pre-existing gun market. Even if we made firearms totally illegal tomorrow, it would take decades to collect all the legally obtained arms. However acting like there's nothing wrong with current legislation or saying that the 2nd amendment protects your right to own a fucking assault rifle is supremely stupid. Gun owners should be documented and registered, like voters lover your idea about voting, always made me mad that people like creamy have their ballot wind up in the same trash can as mine . All guns should need to be registered, having an unregistered gun should be a felony. The waiting period for new gun owners should be 6 months to a year. You shouldn't be able to buy a damn rifle when you're on the FBI watch list...

In regards to this musket point. Yes the founding fathers weren't stupid and internationally left the bill of rights vague cause they wanted room for judgement and interpretation. Thus the 2nd amendment would clearly be expanded to cover revolvers and repeating rifles, very solid and logical. However, when we as a country are no longer settling untamed wilderness and fighting off injuins, it's time to look at just how expensive our gun rights need to be. It's a different country than it was in 1776, and when our homicide rates are as high as some third world shit holes, maybe it's time to infringe on the right to bear arms cause we, as a entire population, do not appear to be fit for carry.
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#121 - Stamyham (06/15/2016) [-]
By and large I agree with you. However, the idea of forcing gun owners to be registered & in some federal database leaves a bad taste in my mouth, as I generally distrust the competency and security of our federal government and I don't like the idea of that sort of thing leaking out because then criminals seeking a gun would know where to steal them from .
The waiting period is a good idea generally, but should probably be determined based on the type of gun & experience of the buyer based maybe on a competency exam of some sort and eligibility to even buy a gun should require a psych evaluation & extensive background check. And obviously eliminating the whole gun show loophole is a must.

I don't think guns are necessarily the problem with our homicide rates tbh our high homicide rates are mostly due to dindus killing each other off in semi third world shit holes like Chicago . They're part of the problem, but guns are just a tool. The main problem is a basic lack of respect for the value of a human life, and a lack of empathy/basic morals. Which goes back to your point about us as a general population being unfit to carry firearms - a point that I agree with in part I think you're generally right, but there are many exceptions. I was raised to be very respecting of guns and human life and it's honestly a very disturbing experience when I see people improperly handling firearms, but that's easily fixed by increasing gun safety education
#130 - anon (06/15/2016) [-]
Your point about Chicago and other major cities I'm looking at you New Orleans is true but the firearms flooding into the city doesn't help and we can get into the problems with the dindus another day spoiler: crime and abject cyclical poverty are linked at hip . I understand why you don't like the idea of registering gun owners but the very idea that we have a centralized database of voters but no effing clue about who all actually owns a gun legally, i know people who illegaly own guns won't register themselves seems a bit odd. Is it a perfect idea? No. But the government should have some sense of who is and is not packing heat.

However, i reject your notion and it's not just yours that a gun is a tool. A hammer drill is a fucking tool, a gun is a weapon. Disigned and built to kill, exclusively. I understand that the object isn't evil or bad, the people who use them for crime are. But if a gun was truly nothing more than a tool, we wouldn't be having this conversation.
#118 - anon (06/15/2016) [-]
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