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What else can you do but laugh when someone believes that sights, stock, or barrel length have anything to do with what constitutes an assault rifle?
There's just a ton of misinformation and myths out there, and when people regurgitate them - even when accurate information is easily available and accessible - you just have to laugh.
"There is a level of cowardice lower than that of the conformist: the fashionable non-conformist." Ayn Rand
Once again, you don't understand the 2nd Amendment. If the military turns on the people, single-shot hunting rifiles won't be of much use. Further, if you ban everything but hunting rifles, how do you propose getting all the handguns and automatic weapons out of the hands of the pushers and gang members out there? Because I can almost guarantee you someone who will murder for a few hundred bucks isn't going to give up their guns to the government. Perhaps that would happen in the Land of Rainbows and Unicorns, but not here in the good ole US of A. I'm just sayin...
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by CardinalShip 15 months ago
It's pretty clear no one can hold a conversation with you on this besides a damn ballistics expert. Do I own an AK-47? No. Can I disassemble and reassemble one? No, of course I can't. That doesnt invalidate my opinion that it should be illegal to purchase one.
You're being an elitist and a bully.
edit: you know that annoying IT guy who snickers at you because you can't manually rewrite the permission set codes for your UNIX drive? You're being that guy. Stop that.
This post was edited by imapirate 15 months ago
They don't really think the 2nd amendment gives them the right to own anything they want. Why do you think no one has answered my and others' assertion that if you can own an assault rifle, you should be able to buy tanks and nuclear weapons too. Why not, am I right? How dare the government have more firepower than you?
What you're doing is insulting their weekend hobby.
I only ask because some things are only available to military and law enforcement. I don't consider myself special for having served, so hope that wasn't taken out of context.
As far as an Apache...if you can stomach how much they cost, by all means, you should be able to own one....but that excludes pretty much 99.9% of people as far as wealth.
No, I won't stop it. When people use mistruths, myths, and misinformation to attempt diminish or weaken one of my Constitutional rights, I'm going to illuminate the fallacy in doing so.
This argument is flawed. At the time the 2nd amendment was written, tanks and nuclear bombs were not around. Their inventions do not cancel out the practicality of gun ownership.
This post was edited by CardinalShip 15 months ago
Tap dancing around the 2nd amendment is tough. We are talking about a right that was written into the constitution at a time when the prevailing firearm was a single shot musket. The nations founders had no way to take into account something they couldn't know would exist.
I'm actually surprised that this issue has seen more hostility and hyperbole then the abortion discussions.
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For men, I could see how this would be a bigger issue. Again, we are talking about men here. Sorry, Junk...
The constitution doesn't specify what religion you can practice either, but everyone knows you can't have human sacrifices as part of it.
Yep, only Bible god can do human sacrifices and have it celebrated.
Good Lord, that's scary. And sick as hell.
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