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Thread: If you could tommorrow vote on gun amendment?

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    Re: If you could tommorrow vote on gun amendment?

    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie Loucks View Post
    I have my spot on the firearm regulation spectrum and I don't belong to either extreme of the spectrum.
    I am aware of your state intervention political views.

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    Re: If you could tommorrow vote on gun amendment?

    Quote Originally Posted by scatt View Post
    I am aware of your state intervention political views.
    Just never mind then, I don't know what point you're trying to get across and your blunt one sentence replies aren't helping.

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    Re: If you could tommorrow vote on gun amendment?

    I believe you when you say you cannot understand the concept.

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    Re: If you could tommorrow vote on gun amendment?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Blaylock View Post
    Obeying the Constitution is not, and never will be “extreme”. It is only the position that willfully disobeys the Constitution that is extreme.

    And the Constitution is absolutely clear about the right of the people to keep and bear arms.
    Disobeying is extreme. Bob has apparently gone so far in his defense of freedom he's taken the burden to define freedom for you.

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    Re: If you could tommorrow vote on gun amendment?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiseone View Post
    Disobeying is extreme.
    Yes, that's what I said. Disobeying the Constitution is the extreme position. And all gun control laws disobey the Constitution; therefore, all gun control laws are extreme.


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    Bob has apparently gone so far in his defense of freedom he's taken the burden to define freedom for you.
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    Re: If you could tommorrow vote on gun amendment?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Blaylock View Post
    Yes, that's what I said. Disobeying the Constitution is the extreme position. And all gun control laws disobey the Constitution; therefore, all gun control laws are extreme.

    This doesn't appear to mean anything.
    Taking the opinion that all other positions besides yours are extreme, is an extremist position in and of itself. When you leave no room for compromise, disagreement, discussion, etc, etc, you are an extremist.

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    Re: If you could tommorrow vote on gun amendment?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiseone View Post
    Most states with Constitutional carry have only implemented in the last year or two except for Alaska, which did it in 2003, and Vermont which has had it since it was a state. Since implementing the law Alaska has seen only one year with a higher murder rate than the year of the ban, but unlike Arizona where you can say it has its lowest murder rate since 1965 Alaska had a lower rate in 2009

    Murder Rates Nationally and By State | Death Penalty Information Center

    But regardless I still say there's a lot more than one single thing that affects crime, including murder, rates so even if the data seemed to favor the argument that the Constitutional Carry didn't help the murder problem I wouldn't post it.
    But if there's no evidence that it hurts why not allow it?

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    Re: If you could tommorrow vote on gun amendment?

    Quote Originally Posted by cpgrad08 View Post
    So if you could cast a vote during an election that would either completly ban guns and remove the 2nd amendment from the consititution or make constitutional carry the law of the land in all 50 states ( I.E. do you not need a permit to CC or OC a gun). Which way would you vote?
    The 2nd amendment already grants us the right to carry without a permit.That said I would vote for another amendment reaffirming that right.But there should be 5-10 year prison sentence for any any elected or appointed officials trying to infringe on that right as well as permanently barring that individual from any future appointed or elected offices..
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    Re: If you could tommorrow vote on gun amendment?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    The 2nd amendment already grants us the right to carry without a permit.That said I would vote for another amendment reaffirming that right.But there should be 5-10 year prison sentence for any any elected or appointed officials trying to infringe on that right as well as permanently barring that individual from any future appointed or elected offices..
    Not enough.

    Twenty years, minimum, per offense. Consecutive, not concurrent.
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    Re: If you could tommorrow vote on gun amendment?

    Does Constitutional Carry include any restrictions on 'where' you can carry?

    Or does it just mean that adults dont need a permit to carry concealed?
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    A murderer putting a bullet through someone's brain is a medical procedure too.

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