My gun control compromise

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  1. Xenamnes

    Xenamnes Well-Known Member

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    Then explain why the private individual should be held to a higher standard of responsibility and review than the prohibited individual who decided they are going to commit a felony offense by illegally acquiring a firearm.

    What is the rationality of such a position of approach? Is it believed the prohibited individual is somehow a victim of the actions of the private individual?
     
  2. dagosa

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    I can tell when a person is wrong, knows it and conflates. They start asking a ton of repetitious and unrelated questions.
     
  3. Xenamnes

    Xenamnes Well-Known Member

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    What does it say of an individual who will not even attempt to defend their own talking point when questions of its validity are raised?
     
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    I’ve defined everything, even with a reference ions ago. My task is done.
     
  5. Xenamnes

    Xenamnes Well-Known Member

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    So then why should the private individual be held to a higher standard of responsibility and review than the prohibited individual who decided they are going to commit a felony offense by illegally acquiring a firearm? Why is blame not laid squarely and exclusively at the feet of the one who is actually the criminal, and who knows their actions are illegal, but are still going to do them regardless?
     
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    Which of congress's enumerated legislative powers do you think would allow federal control of firearms?
     
  7. James California

    James California Well-Known Member Donor

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    An example of gun control :

     
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    Yes?
     
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