The next step is to realize that it is certain people that are dangerous, not actually objects. In general, laws should regulate the actions of people, not peoples' property.
I believe a distinction should only be made between ordinary arms and say, ordnance, which could ACCIDENTLY lead to loss of life through massive explosions (ie. very difficult to store safely), and are specifically designed for INDISCRIMINATE killing, etc.
Now, were you going to cite the court where it said that it "believe that these weapons should be restricted", or not?
Be sure to clarify what they mean by "these weapons" and "restricted".
And then tell me how or why any of that is relevant when discussing firearms.
I do believe that is what he is saying here.
Last edited by other; 01-22-10 at 02:46 PM.
You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville