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Gun Nuts vs Anti-Gun Nuts

Hypervigilant Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 1:28 AM
Mr. Bialosky, With all due respect, your statement "but if you attend a gun show you don’t have to go through a check." is incorrect. Current law (Pub.L. 103–159, 107 Stat. 1536) requires that every buyer of every gun from all licensed dealers in all states, including all guns-shows, is subject to a federal background check – since 1994. There are NO exceptions. Furthermore all individuals engaged in the business of firearms MUST obtain a federal license (27 CFR 478-41). There are NO exceptions. Our 'public-servants', together with the legacy media, have deliberately mislead the public into believing the falsehood that there is some sort of mythical "gun-show loophole". The reason they do this is so they can use it as a pretext to rational
oldshortfatboy Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 3:07 AM
Thanks for pointing that out, but bialosky, and most people, will miss it or just not believe it because it's not what the conformist liberal media say. For much of his column, bialosky is way off track. Seriously, how many of us have "private patrols, secured buildings, and gated communities" that he seems to think is normal? Perhaps he needs to do a little research and find how the poorer part of our United States lives, gun nuts or not.
AuntiRE Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 5:27 AM
He lives in California and is in the media. Pretty much says it all for me!
Kurt114 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 6:56 AM
I caught that, too. We are our own private patrols and building security.
David70 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 7:58 AM
Also in California when you purchase a pistol or rifle there is a ten day waiting period prior to taking possession. A pistol purchase requires passing a state test ($25) to prove you know the safety requirements & carry laws. A total crock.
Luscious Lars Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 10:20 AM
But don't you dare talk about having some form of picture ID to allow people to legally vote. That amounts to a "poll tax" according to the left. But it's fine to put a "tax" on gun ownership. We are so far off the protected path of the Bill of Rights in this country, that one finds it hard to even recognize many of the landmarks any longer.

The battle rages on about whether this country wants to further restrict the availability of guns, the types of guns and the ammunition to be used in those guns. On one side is what is referred to as the Gun Nuts with the point being taken by the NRA. Then there are the Anti-Gun Nuts - you don’t hear that term do you? They are being led by many -- including our President -- who states he is just proposing “common sense” changes. Then there are those of us caught in the middle of a gun fight.

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