Fresh Hell, Increase the NFA stamp tax

pronstar

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I’ve read other gun grabbing politicians who want to increase the price of a stamp in-line with the inflation that’s occurred since the NFA was enacted.

So it would be like a $10,000 stamp (or some crazy amount like that)


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Axxe55

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It's time to actually get rid of the NFA
I agree, and I'm sure there are many others that would agree as well.

It does strike me as to why Trump didn't dismantle the ATF during his administration. Questions. Who can dismantle or eliminate a federal agency? Is Congress required? Can a sitting president order the elimination of a federal agency?
 

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I’ve read other gun grabbing politicians who want to increase the price of a stamp in-line with the inflation that’s occurred since the NFA was enacted.

So it would be like a $10,000 stamp (or some crazy amount like that)


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$200 in 1934, taking inflation in to account, is roughly equal to $3925 today. But even the current $200 is prohibitive to some folks. Now they want to raise it and include annual increases in lock step with inflation.
 

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3. Private ownership of firearms is not compatible with socialism or communism. The potential ability to stand against the will of the State is not tolerated. Ever.
The only smart think Karl Marx ever said:

“Under no pretext should arms and ammunition be surrendered; any attempt to disarm the workers must be frustrated, by force if necessary”


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7. China is the biggest loan holder for the American government. Gee, what could go wrong with that. Being deeply in debt to a country that admits to being our enemy, that expects to take over Taiwan shortly, that has eyes or more territory - maybe the Philippines.
I worry less about this than most people. If we ever needed to really play hardball with China, all we'd have to do is stop protecting the sea lanes from the middle east to China. Oil tankers would become prime targets for piracy. No one would insure those ships any more. The flow of oil to China would be so choked off they'd be on their knees begging us for mercy.
 

Axxe55

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I worry less about this than most people. If we ever needed to really play hardball with China, all we'd have to do is stop protecting the sea lanes from the middle east to China. Oil tankers would become prime targets for piracy. No one would insure those ships any more. The flow of oil to China would be so choked off they'd be on their knees begging us for mercy.
Problem is the Biden's are so far into bed with the Chinese, there isn't any way they would play hardball with China.
 

Texas42

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$200 in 1934, taking inflation in to account, is roughly equal to $3925 today. But even the current $200 is prohibitive to some folks. Now they want to raise it and include annual increases in lock step with inflation.
The $200 was intended to be an impediment to poor people owning guns. In 1934, it was. It is annoying today. Either way, it is wrong.
 

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