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Put Prospective Gun Owners Under The Microscope

dahrens Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 1:47 PM
So the law abiding citizens have more rules to follow that the criminals will not? If insanity was as pervasive as you claim, then as the number of states that allowed concealed carry increased, the number of shootings should have as well. CT already has a ban on the cosmetically misnamed "assault weapons", they have permits to purchase and licenses to own handguns. But in fact the opposite has happened. What about proposing a psychological screening for voters, or at least a basic Civics 101 test? Given that the last election shows that most voters failed economics and history but aced political correctness and Theoretical PoliSci, I forsee a reduction in the number of eligible voters next time around.
Daniel982 Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 10:11 AM
*"What about proposing a psychological screening for voters, or at least a basic Civics 101 test? Given that the last election shows that most voters failed economics and history but aced political correctness and Theoretical PoliSci, I forsee a reduction in the number of eligible voters next time around."

Voters are already subject to socialist indoctrination for a minimum of twelve years. The fact that the liberals must resort to vote fraud and ballot box stuffing merely illustrates that it doesn't work as well as they might wish. If they attempt to institute testing to screen out us 'undesirable' conservatives, there will really be a shooting war.

PARIS -- Anyone who can't withstand a rational debate on the subject of gun control -- particularly in light of last week's Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Connecticut -- should be automatically prohibited from ever owning a firearm. In fact, this should be the number-one requirement of gun ownership: Can someone applying for ownership of a deadly weapon withstand an hour-long debate against someone in favor of gun control without resorting to physical or verbal assault?

Is it too much to ask that every person wanting to possess a firearm be subject to a battery of tests -- everything from...