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Unholy Trio: Gun Control, the UN and Obama

tjordan Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 12:36 PM
Guns won't be confiscated. They just wont be available to the next generation. Don't worry you can still rob a bank with your gun even if gun laws get stricter. And you can still sell your gun on the black market to criminals if you like so don't freat.
MudontheTires Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 10:32 PM
"With a National law,you won't have that 2nd option."

The option we will have is the one that the Patriots of Lexington and Concord had, and took, much to the sorrow of the British Government.
Jay Wye Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 2:55 PM
DO NOT believe their statements about not confiscating guns from the people.They LIE,all the time.
they WILL enact laws like Kalifornia did,making possession of them illegal,and giving you a chance to turn them in. After a brief amnesty,you'll be arrested and jailed for possessing them.
CA first required registration of "assault weapons",then made them illegal to own,and gave people the choice of surrendering them or moving them out of state. With a National law,you won't have that 2nd option.
bhirsh Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 2:14 PM
Nice. Nevermind a right contained in the First Principles of our republic, and guaranteed in writing against government meddling.

Tell me, what country would you rather live in, because it's obvious that you don't agree with the precepts of THIS one....

Welcome to President Obama's second term, America - that special place where ridiculousness replaces raison d'etre, and presidents give us things like gun control a' la United Nations.

Obviously, Obama understood he would never get the support needed for a gun control bill from Congress, so the astute Constitutional professor chose to skirt around the Constitution by signing on to the United Nations (UN) Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) shortly after his re-election. Liberals certainly know how to get what they want, ethics aside. Remember in 2010, when former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi described how liberals would circumvent the electorate...