Thursday, April 10, 2014 8:22:02 PM
If selling ammunition online was against the law Holmes might have aroused suspicion when he tried to buy 3,000 rounds in a gun store. No? No chance? Correct: No, it would NOT have alerted ANYONE about ANYTHING. And there are 100 ways to avoid detection if a criminal is determined to buy ammunition. And name ONE CRIME in the USA in which 3,000 rounds of ammunition were fired. ONE! I throw down the gauntlet. Aside from The US Government slaughtering it's own US Citizens of course... (Waco, Ruby Ridge, Trail of Tears, Wounded Knee & etc)
Thursday, April 10, 2014 8:17:52 PM
Hint: Chicago has tried many gun control "end arounds" to avoid Court Rulings and continue to violate the rights of it's lawful citizens. Just fyi...
Like the Colorado (iirc) law that said you could open carry (because the courts forced them to) BUT it couldn`t be loaded. THAT sort of unconstitutional abuse of power is COMMON on ONE side of the Gun Control Issue.
Thursday, April 10, 2014 8:14:02 PM
1. I don't know why you guys felt the need to immediately turn a tragedy about a knife into a referendum on there being no reason to regulate guns.
Because PEOPLE don`t kill people, only KNIVES do! Oops, I mean GUNS! Only guns kill people, nothing else.
[quote]An 8 year old should be able to buy a gun.[/quote] Can an 8 year old be part of the Militia? NO? Then why say such a STUPID thing? Ditto for your other "strawman examples".
[quote]I don`t think that making a gun safety course mandatory before you can own a gun destroys the constitution.[/quote] Making the "course" cost $1,000? Or only offering it to 100 people per year? Or other draconian methods of "Jim Crow" constitutional violations would NEVER happen! Except in Chicago... THAT is how.