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Two-Thirds of American Gun Owners Would “Defy” a Federal Gun Ban

deprogramming services Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 11:37 AM
I'd like to propose a gun control law that is based in fairness, equality, and social justice. The basis of this law is that the life of one American is as valuable as the life of another; the elite members of our society are not more valuable than the common people. So here's my proposed law: All bodyguards, including both government and private sector, are subject to the same gun control laws that the general population are subject to; this includes the types of weapons that can be kept and born, as well as how and where they can be carried. There are no exceptions to this.
deprogramming services Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 11:38 AM
Opponents of my law will claim that training is what magically makes those who guard the elite not subject to the same laws the rest of us are. This though is an obvious lie, because training does not make a person less likely to commit murder or suicide, and gun accidents, which are very rare, are not affected by the kinds of gun control laws that are only applied to the common people. It clearly is not training that makes the difference; it's an elitist view that some lives are more valuable than others.

If gun control makes common people more safe instead of less safe, it should have the same effect on the rich and powerful. So the question is, will those who claim to support fairness, equality, and social justice support my law?

It’s safe to say Feinstein, Obama and the rest of the gun control gang face an uphill battle when it comes to limiting any Second Amendment rights. According to a Fox News poll, most Americans—both Republicans and Democrats—would defy any new laws that would take away their guns.

But on to Question 47, addressed to those with a gun in their home: "If the government passed a law to take your guns, would you give up your guns or defy the law and keep your guns?"

The response: 65 percent reported they would "defy the...