Varun Garuda Maharaj
- Feb 17, 2010
you could OBVIOUSLY feel the difference in weight
This. I believe people have a right to bear arms within reason (i.e. no grandma you cannot have an AK-47, Bingo Night does not get that rough), but ultimately when you own a gun you are responsible for whatever happens to it or as a result of it being mishandled.Canid117 said:No it is the stepfathers fault for not being responsible.Lim3 said:Its America's fault for giving the public easy access to firearms.
1) Distributing 90% of the wealth to 10% population has it's own set of problems and is entirely possible in our system of government. Countries like Canada, Germany, and most of Scandinavia would also disagree. Government, by definition, is redistribution of wealth.direkiller said:1. forced government redistribution of wealth never works in the long run will only stagnate an economy (Cuba,USSR,North Korea)Raithnor said:They don't want government to tell them to do anything or take any of their hard-earned money away (God forbid, you give it away to someone else who needs it)
2. Second Amendment, The right to bear arm shall not be infringed, stops a lot of crimes(Ireland crime rate went up after restricting firearms and still has more stabbing then US has shootings)
this is the fault of the parents not our gun laws
as i said it was the parents fault not our gun lawsRaithnor said:1) Distributing 90% of the wealth to 10% population has it's own set of problems and is entirely possible in our system of government. Countries like Canada, Germany, and most of Scandinavia would also disagree. Government, by definition, is redistribution of wealth.
2) This isn't about the right to own weaponry, it's the inability to force people to accept responibility for that weaponry. You cannot mandate simple firearms safety practices because it would "infringe" on that constitutional right. People also tend to ignore the "Well-regulated Milita" part of the admendment. Allowing carte blanche access to weapons without any responisbility in storing them safely isn't "Well-Regulated". The Admendment was also written in an age of single-shot, flintlock muskets that were highly inaccurate at distance and took two minutes to reload.
Would it be so obscene for the parents to receive punishment for negilgent gun ownership short of the death of their child?
She was three?HotShooter said:First question: Why couldn't the girl tell it was real from the missing Wii-Remote?