Steve276 Wrote:
Feb 12, 2013 4:38 PM
I'm afraid you're wrong man. Although he was not an habitual criminal, had a criminal record and was denied the ability to buy his own weapon when he tried to do so. You're right though, his mother was very concerned about him and considering an institution. He could not have obtained a license if one was required. All that being said, the government has already been allowed to infringe on our 2nd Amendment Rights since 1934. Allowing them to incrementally go any further than they already have managed, is out of the question now. No more regulations of any kind, to make people feel better about Sandy Hook.