Discussion in 'Clean Debate Zone' started by Nosmo King, Feb 24, 2018.
There’s not an ‘absolute’ right to own any firearm.
They're not. Actually, learning the four basic rules of firearms safety, becoming trained on how to operate and maintain your weapon, and becoming a proficient marksman is easier than becoming a teacher.
That's why we have so many firearms owners in this country, and so few teachers.
Are those taxes an infringement on what you see as your absolute rights?
Slaughterhouses have no bearing on the religious rite of live animal sacrifice.
And shout "Fire!" in a theater and see if what you say cannot be held as a criminal offense.
Well you got me there. A right can still be taken away if you commit certain felonies. But absolute or not, I am a law-abiding citizen of this country so I do have the right to keep and bear arms.
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Of course. If I pay the tax and have the weapon, I am no different than if there was no tax and I had the weapon, except I'm out a few hundred bucks.
What's the difference?
As there are consequences to any misuse of a right.
It means ALL RIGHT!
Each state, and each school board will decide if teachers will be armed, if school guards will be hired, and if schools are hardened against intruders. They will establish the rules and procedures by which this will be accomplished. If you, or anyone else, disagrees with whatever your state, and/or school board decides, then you, or anyone else, is free to take it up with them.
Yeah, the worst country in the world to live in. Who, in a country you would want to live in?
Yes, so move to a civilized country.
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