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Gun control: What you do instead of something

Gun laws that cost millions had little effect because they weren’t enforced.

Of course. These laws only impact the law-abiding.

4 Responses to “Gun control: What you do instead of something”

  1. Paul Koning Says:

    They only affect honest citizens, when (selectively) enforced. Ayn Rand observed that we have so many laws (about 200 pages every day in recent years) because the government wants to make sure there’s always some law we have violated, so they always have something to use against us. Environmental laws seem to be a particularly good example of that, but gun laws seem to be designed for that purpose as well.

  2. Ron W Says:

    “Of course. These laws only impact the law-abiding.”

    That shows who they’re really after and who they consider their enemy. It’s a criminal paranoia in which they want to take from others what they have and keep for themselves.

  3. Thirdpower Says:

    Chicago…. Guy convicted of stealing 100 guns from the trainyards and reselling them to gangbangers.

    Got 10 years.

    He’ll be out in 5.

  4. Ron W Says:

    @Thirdpower, uh-oh! There go those “wascally” guns again, “falling in the wrong hands”.

    Now there’s a gun control idea for’em. Make it illegal to steal guns and resell them. “Universal background checks”, yeah, that’ll stop’em!