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  • photofreeman

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    Its going to be one thing after another, over and over and . . .

    Good for us no bill can change the constitution.
     

    SIG_Fiend

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    I've said this for a long time and still firmly believe it. We need to make it a criminal offense to even propose legislation that is any way unconstitutional, communist, fascist. Looking at all of the ridiculous laws that have been proposed in the past, you know there are politicians out there proposing this type of stuff that either just get a kick out of putting it on the docket, or even worse, they actually think it's a good idea. One of the few things that seems to offer any sort of deterrence whatsoever is the threat of jail time. So you decide you want to ban guns and are going to propose a bill doing so? Well in my ideal society, such blatant and dangerous legislation to the security of this country would warrant a penalty of jail sentence of 25 years to life if found guilty. That would give them something to think about before trying to be "cute" by proposing such nonsense in the first place.
     

    jmsfmtex

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    I am so tired of seeing how the Democrat party leads us into a third world, banana republic. America just better wake up before it is too late. They want total control and want you to depend on them for everything.
     

    TSU45

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    and.......this is exactly what is wrong with our government. It's fairly obvious that this has absolutely no chance of passing, but it really pisses me off that my tax dollars are paying for committees to review this type of BS legislation.
     

    Rob1796

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    I've said this for a long time and still firmly believe it. We need to make it a criminal offense to even propose legislation that is any way unconstitutional, communist, fascist. Looking at all of the ridiculous laws that have been proposed in the past, you know there are politicians out there proposing this type of stuff that either just get a kick out of putting it on the docket, or even worse, they actually think it's a good idea. One of the few things that seems to offer any sort of deterrence whatsoever is the threat of jail time. So you decide you want to ban guns and are going to propose a bill doing so? Well in my ideal society, such blatant and dangerous legislation to the security of this country would warrant a penalty of jail sentence of 25 years to life if found guilty. That would give them something to think about before trying to be "cute" by proposing such nonsense in the first place.

    I see your 25-life and raise you to change it to a charge of treason punishable by hanging. Otherwise, I completely agree.
     

    oldguy

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    I would like to see shorter term limits such as 6 years (one term only)on office of president and perhaps 8 years max on congress, less time less damage to the country.
     
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