During his speech at the 50th anniversary celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s I Have a Dream speech in Washington D.C. Wednesday, former President Bill Clinton implied it was easier to buy an 'assault weapon' in the United States of America than it is to vote in elections.
"A great democracy does not make it harder to vote than it does to buy an assault weapon," Clinton said.
Clinton's words came in reference to voter identification laws being passed all over the country which require voters to show government issued photo identification in order to vote. Federal gun laws also require people purchasing firearms to show government issued photo identification. In addition, firearms purchasers are required to undergo a background check.
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