Gun control: the Australian experience

Started Jan 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
aus4ever
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Re: Gun control: the Australian experience
In reply to rjjr, Jan 25, 2013

rjjr wrote:

aus4ever wrote:

rjjr wrote:

aus4ever wrote:

rjjr wrote:

aus4ever wrote:

If your forefathers are still alive today to see the gun violence, they might regret that they had written a blank cheque for that part of the Constitution.

Or not.

It is a blank cheque because it assumes that all people can put to responsible use of a gun.
The reality is not.

You missed my joke but only by a few words. I wasn't talking about the "blank cheque" because I already know it isn't as demonstrated by the numerous firearms restrictions in various cities and states here. I was "or not"-ing about them regretting it.

Besides, you don't get to decide what defines a "responsible use" of a firearm here.

Of course, but I can have my opinion.

Sure, but it's meaningless since it can have absolutely no effect here.

At least I have tried, and I did learn something in the process.

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