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Tx Republican State Rep Villalba calls for 'COMMON SENSE GUN CONTROL REFORM'

Discussion in 'Gun Legislation' started by Brian Boru, Nov 8, 2017.

  1. Vaquero

    Vaquero Pre-ban Staff Member Admin

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  3. NavyVet1959

    NavyVet1959 Curmudgeon Extraordinaire

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    Unlike all the politicians so far, I have proposed a solution that will within the foreseeable future actually *work*. And if people are truly serious about wanting to control violence, then they'll do their part, right?

    If people want to test it out, I propose that we start out by just having the liberals quit breeding (since the offspring of liberals are more likely to also have that same mental deficiency). Maybe each of them could refrain from breeding for 60 years and we'll see how that works out.

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    Reckon that'd cut down on the sexual harassment claims.
     
  5. TAZ

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    No you end up with the same sentence cause the gun add ons are for the most part unenforced. Just look at the stats for the number of people actually convicted after trying to buy guns and failing a NICS check for valid reasons. You’ll have better luck finding a unicorn.

    Just look at Cali where they are droppping the gun charges cause they are racist or some junk.

    As for the idea of population control. It’s really not the number of people on the planet that matters with regards to crime (resource depletion is another story); but rather the kind of people. Hard working professionals who invest time and effort into their children have fewer kids. The sperm donor, *** dumpster combo squirts then out in litters. Bad for humanity. Society refuses to let nature take its course and leave these animals to simply die, instead we reward stupid behavior. Double down on stupid. We then refuse to remove known violent offenders from society, instead we recycle them to be used as further restrictions on the law abiding. Strike 3.

    Garbage in = garbage out. Guess where we as a society stand.
     
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    NavyVet1959 Curmudgeon Extraordinaire

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    Well, I'm a Strict Constitutionalist and as such, I believe that the 2nd Amendment is absolute and every piece of legislation that came afterwards that tries to restrict our 2nd Amendment rights is unconstitutional. Of course, that includes NFA32, CGA68, and anything else that came along. I am not concerned with former felons being able to buy guns. The Founding Fathers did not see fit to restrict the rights of felons from owning firearms when they were released from prison, so obviously they did not consider that an acceptable infringement. If a person is still a danger to society at the completion of his sentence and as such cannot be trusted with a firearm, maybe we should consider whether he should be released. Gun laws will not prevent evil people from owning guns. They only prevent people who are willing to follow the laws from owning them.

    Don't use the number of people who fail NICS checks as an indication of people who can't buy guns under our current unconstitutional infringements. Sometimes, you just have a name too similar to someone that is a felon or whatever. Sometimes things get entered into the databases wrong. I remember some cases back when they started this unconstitutional mess where it seemed that if you had a secret security clearance, it might not pass the NICS check. Hell, I've known people who had a CHL that would get turned down on the instant NICS check if they went that route when purchasing a firearm instead of just showing their CHL.
     
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    Before I got my LTC, I was delayed almost every time by NICS. Most would be surprised, or maybe not, at the number of LE that are delayed or denied by NICS. It is a joke. A poor one at that.

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    Many that have been in the military get delayed on things like that. The military is very slow to release records.
     
  9. dsgrey

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    Yes. When my father-in-law passed it took almost 3 years to stop his disability check. Even had a lawyer send them a notice we would only refund the principle. So any non-monetary task they should be doing is probably an even lower priority.
     
  10. Tanked84

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    Out of all the gun laws that are currently on the books and they continue to want to add more, all the while failing to realize that criminals do not obey the law.
     


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