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Blacks Should Embrace NRA Gun Proposal

George257 Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 4:52 PM
I think the answer is to let anyone own a gun as long as they own land or property woth at least a certain amount. The exact figure would of course be adjusted for inflation. Generally people who own land or property are law abiding. They obey the law because they have something to lose. Too often in our society, I find that only those with property or a job are obliged to obey the law. The feckless underclass sponge off the taxpayer, get into debt, behave irresponsibly, and then move on before there are any consequences to them.
zeero7 Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 5:19 PM
George257, I'm 67, white and divorced several times not from my own doing. I'm a Veteran of Namm, living on Social Security ONLY, In a Seniors living center, shared with a childhood Friend. I don't own
Property , Only a Smith&Wesson 357 and a 12 Guage given to me from My father who was a Veteran of Seebee;s WWII. What would you want from my Life Treasures.
Bigdogoffthechain11 Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 5:18 PM
No. These are violations of the Constitution.

What is the essence of freedom? Property and a gun.

I never met my grandfather, but that's the lesson I took from his life. He was one generation out of slavery and bought property and guns.

It's so predictable that today's discussion on gun control is similar to the noise we hear from liberals every time there is a mass shooting. What is new this time is that the NRA, under the direction of Wayne LaPierre, David Keene and Asa Hutchinson, has put forth a concrete plan that most American parents should appreciate will keep children safer at school.

Why...