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Put Prospective Gun Owners Under The Microscope

RSava Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 7:41 AM
Ms. Marsden - You wrote "Is it too much to ask that every person wanting to possess a firearm be subject to a battery of tests -- everything from intelligence and emotional quotient exams to a psychological evaluation and background check? " Did you miss the FACT that he did not purchase the weapons himself, that he a) murdered his mother (broke a law), b) stole the weapons (broke another law), c) carried the guns on to school property (broke YET ANOTHER LAW, I could go on with 38 more times he broke the law). How, exactly, would "every person wanting to possess a firearm be subject to a battery of tests" have stopped him????? He broke the law 41 times, he was not concerned with following any laws.

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...