Discussion in 'Politics' started by LibertyLemming, Jan 17, 2013.
92 views and nobody can challenge this statement huh?
"Control" is the key word.
Exactly... Gun control isn't about controlling guns... It's about controlling people.
Smart people know that the reason Democrats are always pushing gun control is because they seek to control by any means they can, and taking guns out of the hands of citizens is a necessary step in order for them to start using force to make us comply with everything else they demand.
Yeah Republicans love control just as much as Democrats. They are different sides of the same coin.
I agree completely. While yes, taking away certian guns (large round capacity) will only lead to the government wanting more control. After they take away the assualt rifle, another person will just find another way to mass murder which will then lead to the government wanting to take away that specific weapon and they will just want more and more. Even if they take away assualt weapons and other guns, people will just find a way to get their hands on them again. Not every person is going to hand over their weapon. The United States is consisted mostly of country and "small towns" as you go inward from the coasts. Country folk and small town folk both dislike and distrust the government which will eventually lead to them not giving up their weapons. Even if everyone does, citizens will find someway of obtaining those guns all over again just like in the Prohibition of 1920. My final word is that the government will have larger issues if they try to ban assualt rifles or any other type of gun.
Most people think that gun control implies that government seizes control of all guns. Some people in favor of gun control would just like to implement more restrictions on what guns you can own. For example, not a gun that allows you to shoot up a public place and murder 20-30 people in a matter of minutes. I think American's should be allowed to own guns for personal protection that would allow you to ward off home intruders, but not mow down a dozen people at a time.
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What if that "dozen people" arrive in black SUVs to try to take away my guns?
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