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R.J. Godlewski

I find it so amazing that those who want to fingerprint, scan, photograph, and psychoanalyze gun purchasers are also the same lot that want to remove ALL restrictions from those who vote.

Should we not also evaluate potential voters to ensure that they remain mentally stable?

Debbie

It seems that gun sales have been up each year, more than the previous year, for several years now. Even after this tragedy, numbers were higher than ever at gun shows.

These people who are anti-gun keep saying that there is no need for any of these guns (other than a hunting gun so they say).

I happen to know several people who have closets full of guns, all kinds of guns. They are collectors, have no intention of ever actually using the guns against a human or an animal. They also have ammo for those guns.

However, should they ever need to protect themselves, their families, from any enemy, foreign or domestic, they are prepared. It is their right under the Constitution to own every one of those guns.

If the Grouch and I ever find ourselves in a situation where we need to protect ourselves from harm, whether it is from a vicious dog or human, we have our personal weapons and the legal right to carry them.

The Left is now talking confiscation, which means taking any legally purchased guns, which also means leaving other guns in the hands of bad guys, who always get them one way or the other.

(Rhino!) CBPO Jon A Underwood, CBP, Ret.

RJ,

Might be a good idea, but as with the 2A, there are too many people to do that.

The problem of a mental eval prior to buying a gun is who determines what is good and what is bad.

Hopefully, the gun grabber in chief wont get our guns before everyone can buy one... they are flying from the shelves.

Debbie

R.J. Good idea, but it would never fly. The Left doesn't even want voter ID. It would spoil all their dead people from voting, also all the duplicate votes.

R.J. Godlewski

@Jon,

Perhaps, but here in Michigan, for instance, our state constitution says that individuals have a right to bear arms for the protection of himself AND the state. At what point can the Left employ the "anti-gun" militia argument without empowering the various state constitutions that permit carry?

What I have not detected from the Libs -- yet -- is the connection between home schooling and guns. I cannot wait until they ban home schooled people from possessing ANY form of firearm. :(

R.J. Godlewski

@Debbie,

I have ~ 15 firearms within arm's reach at the moment and several thousand rounds of ammunition. I bet you that the Libs would say that I have no need for so many "weapons". Pffft.

(Rhino!) CBPO Jon A Underwood, CBP, Ret.

RJ,

Prepper, Birther, American.

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