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    Written by a gun-grabber: how to ban guns step-by-step


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    "I know this seems harsh, but this is the only way we can be truly safe. I don't want my kids being shot at by a deranged NRA member. I'm sure you don't either."

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    Tell Pres. Obama and democrats in congress to demand mandatory, comprehensive gun registration. It's the only way we can ban guns with any effectiveness.
    Its refreshing to hear a gun grabber being honest for once instead of feeding us the typical line of bovine excrement.

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    "Registration is the first step."


    Registration needs to be fought tooth and nail. I also think background checks are very sketchy. The feds have a record of each firearm purchased.
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    This is exactly what I've been saying.....indoctrinate or kids in school by suspending them for rediculous things like pics, torn papers and anything a teacher says resembles a gun and make it a societal menace....just like cigatettes and tobacco users.....long term process......NG.
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    The playbook hasn't ever been a secret. It was written in 1848 by Karl Marx & wildly popular all over the (oppressed) world.
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    I cant believe that is a serious posting on a webpage... seriously? First off, didnt the firearms owners protection act of 1968 make any federal registration or compiling a list of firearms owners ILLEGAL?

    So if its against the law to register them, its unconstitutional to outright ban them... the only option they have is to over regulate the living crap out of firearms to the point that you cant legally own anything worth a damn.. or cant afford it due to severe taxation.

    but consider that the exact same procedure was used for prohibition.. we'll have secret, illegal underground shooting ranges and 67 million instant felons.

    And isnt the ATF and the firearms dealers supposed to destroy 4473 form records older than 6 months?

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    Yay, an article from The Daily Communist!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonJ View Post
    So if its against the law to register them, its unconstitutional to outright ban them... the only option they have is to over regulate the living crap out of firearms to the point that you cant legally own anything worth a damn.. or cant afford it due to severe taxation...
    It's really much easier than that, rather than taking on the constitutionality of gun restrictions & bans, just watch what happens to ammo (which ISN'T mentioned in the 2nd Amendment). Just by a simple change of defining smokeless powder as an "explosive" means; no reloading, no shipping, no personal possession without MAJOR licensing fees & storage restrictions, no commercial manufacturing directed toward the private sector, and the price will instantly leap well-beyond the reach of anyone EXCEPT governmental organizations. All with no grounds of repeal based on unconstitutionality. All our guns become paperweights overnight. Think I'm an old whacko? Just watch!
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    Check the poll at the bottom.

    POLL
    A total gun ban in the next 10 years?

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    I don't know if that means the readers don't believe it'll come or that they oppose it....

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    Dang. What a nutcase, straight out of his (or her) time machine from Nazi Germany. Disgusting.

    Fight registration and universal background checks with all you have folks, draw your line in the sand there.
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    There may be more people who believe as the author does than we probably know. We need to always on our guard. However I did vote in their "survey" and I am heartened by the results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdBro View Post
    "I know this seems harsh, but this is the only way we can be truly safe. I don't want my kids being shot at by a deranged NRA member. I'm sure you don't either."
    Notice how these folk can't differentiate between the "typical" NRA member and the "typical" criminal type. All the same to them. Guns are bad, no matter who has one.

    Very sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost tracker View Post
    It's really much easier than that, rather than taking on the constitutionality of gun restrictions & bans, just watch what happens to ammo (which ISN'T mentioned in the 2nd Amendment). Just by a simple change of defining smokeless powder as an "explosive" means; no reloading, no shipping, no personal possession without MAJOR licensing fees & storage restrictions, no commercial manufacturing directed toward the private sector, and the price will instantly leap well-beyond the reach of anyone EXCEPT governmental organizations. All with no grounds of repeal based on unconstitutionality. All our guns become paperweights overnight. Think I'm an old whacko? Just watch!
    Hopefully though this would be assumed in the second amendment. It doesn't say "the right to own guns" without mentioning the ammunition. It says "the right to keep and bare arms" which did indeed include the ammunition and powder necessary. Otherwise as you said, paperweights. It is implied there and I am pretty sure that would be upheld that way. Having said that...tax. Now if they were to impose some sort of ridiculous tax on ammo then it could be outright unaffordable for anyone but the ultra rich. Something like that is pretty scary and not all that far fetched.
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    Not far fetch at all since they are now requiring everyone to buy health insurance and were able to get its legality determined by calling it a tax.
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