The debate "There are too many sensible gun laws in the US. When there should be more sensible gun freedoms" was started by
April 21, 2018, 11:10 pm.
10 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 7 people are on the disagree side.
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historybuff posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
Matthew354, LiberalsAversion and 8 visitors agree.
historybuff, devindel and 5 visitors disagree.
You need to understand that the people making gun laws cannot shoot, whether in competition for a prize, or at a random mugger or killer drawing a weapon at them. What's worse, they are in cahoots with the bandits and thieves who rob the people. They know 100% that robbers, thieves, and burglars won't obey gun laws, but will use that advantage to attack anyone who does, this includes people who have been punished hard for years in prison. People released from prisons are the most vulnerable victims of robbers using the gun law to their advantage, those people who don't get out of prison just to rob and rape in society. There's a difference between those who are potential victims released from prisons and those who are predators released from prison. No distinction is made between the two, so there is all of this chaos. Some people go to prison because they can't afford driver's license fees, or if they fight with a cop while innocent of any crime; and the cop actually starts the fight.
how about "there are too many sensible drug laws in the US, what we need is sensible drug freedom"
that would actually make alot more sense than yours. it would save more lives too.
there is no such thing as sensible gun freedom.
how about "there are too many sensible nuclear weapons laws in the US. what we need is sensible nuclear weapon freedom".
you see how silly you sound?