How dare you! :steamed: First, you godless heathens: foster, aid, and abet an impossible-to-govern social situation; and, then, you dare to complain about the results.
With this sort of, 'higher reasoning' rampant among the general public, that crocodile I watched crying on TV, last night, is sure to end up effectively disarming 300 million people because of a few madmen's sins.
I went to see if they had any G23 mags, which I knew was slim, but what the heck? They asked if I needed anything and I said G23 mags. He said they were out and didn't know when they would get anymore in, as he was stocking some AR mags. Anyway, I walked over to look at the AR mags and asked WTF!?! They had their 60rd AR mags priced at $200.00!!! I asked him if he knew that NO legislation had even been written, much less voted on and passed? He just shrugged his shoulders and acted like it
I am writing this after seeing how a friend has evolved after the school shooting. They have school age children. They are a liberal Democrat, but have always been open about supporting gun rights and the 2nd Amendment. Now however they seem to be against owning guns. They also apparently don't think educators should be armed either.
This got me to thinking about the school issue. We all know America is a land of choices. Albeit they seem to be getting legislated to fewer choices....
We often hear people say, “The First Amendment gives me the right to say…” or “The Second Amendment gives me the right to have…”
Both statements are contradictory to the purpose of the Bill of Rights and the founding principles of America.
America was founded under the principle that we, as citizens, were endowed with certain rights, unlike in other countries, where rights are dispensations from the government. It’s what makes America unique.