Thread: Cleaning up the constitution
04-10-2013, 03:20 PM #11
It really isn't that serious. If someone was going to use someone elses identity it for be for something that would be of a greater benefit to them than voting.
So what's you solution? Just put your head in the sand and pretend that everything is going to be ok? Continue letting people who have no business with a firearm continue to get one because tighting up some of the loopholes in out gun laws will somehow cause you an inconvenience?
2) How does making me, a law abiding citizen, register my guns, ensure that someone can not buy a gun out of the trunk of a car in a back alley and use it to kill someone? (like the Columbine shooters did)
3) Explain to me how registering guns prevents any crime?
4) We already have laws that prevent felons from getting guns and background checks to ensure that. How does law abiding citizens registering their guns make that more effective?
Everyone including christians should be able to worship as they see fit as long as there is no gov't involvment or implied endorsement and the worship does not infringe upon the rights of others.
04-10-2013, 03:35 PM #12
Duane, Re: your last paragraph.
Welcome to my childhood as the son of a JW. Not that I ever wanted to wear a shirt or anything, it was known, and I faced my share of it...from other so-called Christians no less.
So basically, suck it up. If "Christians" can't take it, they should have been dishing it out for so long.
04-10-2013, 03:40 PM #13
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