I love the NSA. It's like having a secret fan-base you will never see, but they're there, watching everything you write and it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside knowing that I may be some person's only form of unconstitutional entertainment one night.
There's a difference between a 'cosmetic', and 'accessory', and a 'part'. I've gon into detail explaining each, and the bottom line is it doesn't matter which thing is what because citizens have the right to everything.
That's what people are trying to tell you, that whatever firearm, accessories and cosmetics exist, civilians have the right to personally own, without exception or limitation, and kind of firearm at all.
If you want a howitzer, you let me know when you're hitting the artillery rang, I'll bring the BBQ. You want a Saturday Night Special, go for it. You want a tricked out silenced full-auto MP5, no problem. You want a small-caliber hand gun with 19rnds with a modified trigger to fire 2rnds per trigger-pull, groovy.
Last edited by Jerry; 02-20-13 at 02:05 AM.
I think any firearm in the hands of a liberal is dangerous because they don't know how to use them. They might shoot their ear or finger off watching MSNBC and not paying attention to their right as an American. Or maybe that was out of line and their are some libs here on DP that have firearms and are not buying into this hysteria of taking our rights away.
All are things you have failed at in this thread.
First of all, you can't fire a weapon while performing a magazine change, because you perform a magazine change when you are out of bullets to fire. And "assault weapons" (hearafter referred to as "defense weapons") do not have selective fire capability.
Are you arguing with any specific point in mind, or do you just crave attention? It is beyond obvious that you dont have the first clue as to what you are talking about.
"Political speech and writing are largely the defense of the indefensible. . . . Thus political language has to consist largely of euphemism, question-begging and sheer cloudy vagueness."
~Orwell, Politics and the English Language