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    Re: Gun Control Law- Give Police Your Social Media Passwords, or be Refused a License?

    Quote Originally Posted by truthatallcost View Post
    Should Americans be Required to Give Police Their Social Media Passwords, or be Refused a License?

    Other stories I've seen say the NY legislators want to expand the law if passed, to iinclude everyone who buys or already owns a gun.
    Oh sure. Your thoughts and opinions will be subject to a committee. What can possibly go wrong? Why have we not seen the answer sooner?

    There is something about the left and liberals that ignore the negative consequences of their dumb assed ideas.
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    Re: Gun Control Law- Give Police Your Social Media Passwords, or be Refused a License?

    Quote Originally Posted by ttwtt78640 View Post
    Yep, thus they are not "common" by any means. A law allowing the limiting of individual constitutional rights based only on one's refusal to (potentially) self-incriminate should be ruled to violate the 5A. Certain types of employment are not a constitutional right and also do not require posting a non-refundable deposit.
    Gobbley gook is not an answer. I like this. I will have 1000 posts in no time. To bear the second 6A in forbearance will not nullify the first precedents right to question the law. Condensed down to its common denominator I have liberal views on gun control; to wit, common sense gun control is possible. I'm not going to change my mind. You have Libertarian/Conservative views; to wit, any gun control is a attack on my first amendment rights. You are not going to change your mind. I look forward to your next pointless gobbley gook and my pointless answer. We are just spinning our wheels and adding nothing to the conversation.

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    Re: Gun Control Law- Give Police Your Social Media Passwords, or be Refused a License?

    Quote Originally Posted by Myview View Post
    Gobbley gook is not an answer. I like this. I will have 1000 posts in no time. To bear the second 6A in forbearance will not nullify the first precedents right to question the law. Condensed down to its common denominator I have liberal views on gun control; to wit, common sense gun control is possible. I'm not going to change my mind. You have Libertarian/Conservative views; to wit, any gun control is a attack on my first amendment rights. You are not going to change your mind. I look forward to your next pointless gobbley gook and my pointless answer. We are just spinning our wheels and adding nothing to the conversation.
    COMMON SENSE laws to me are ones that are honestly and intentionally designed to reduce gun crime. However, most of the stuff liberals push as Common sense are only sensible if you see their efforts as designed to harass lawful gun owners and gun ownership. As crime control measures-those schemes are not sensible at all
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    Yeah; a shotgun IS a rifle; it uses a different load.
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    You know that Reagan signed the Brady Bill - right?
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    Re: Gun Control Law- Give Police Your Social Media Passwords, or be Refused a License?

    I try to tell people that nothing good comes from social media. It can cost a person more than their job.

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    Re: Gun Control Law- Give Police Your Social Media Passwords, or be Refused a License?

    Quote Originally Posted by Waddy View Post
    I try to tell people that nothing good comes from social media. It can cost a person more than their job.
    never was on SM when I was a DOJ attorney for that reason alone
    Quote Originally Posted by jet57 View Post
    Yeah; a shotgun IS a rifle; it uses a different load.
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    You know that Reagan signed the Brady Bill - right?
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    Re: Gun Control Law- Give Police Your Social Media Passwords, or be Refused a License?

    Another asinine idea brought to you by the Unthinking Left.
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    Re: Gun Control Law- Give Police Your Social Media Passwords, or be Refused a License?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    COMMON SENSE laws to me are ones that are honestly and intentionally designed to reduce gun crime. However, most of the stuff liberals push as Common sense are only sensible if you see their efforts as designed to harass lawful gun owners and gun ownership. As crime control measures-those schemes are not sensible at all
    I don't think anyone's 2nd Amendment rights are in any danger. The perception on the right is even something as simple as banning bump stocks will start us down a slippery slope so many on the right are against any gun measure.
    There are 11,000,000 AR15 type weapons alone already in circulation by the latest figures I could find. Any gun control measure seems like spitting into a hurricane.

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    Re: Gun Control Law- Give Police Your Social Media Passwords, or be Refused a License?

    Quote Originally Posted by Myview View Post
    I don't think anyone's 2nd Amendment rights are in any danger. The perception on the right is even something as simple as banning bump stocks will start us down a slippery slope so many on the right are against any gun measure.
    There are 11,000,000 AR15 type weapons alone already in circulation by the latest figures I could find. Any gun control measure seems like spitting into a hurricane.
    are you familiar with the state laws in Md, NJ, NY, California, and Connecticut?
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    Yeah; a shotgun IS a rifle; it uses a different load.
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    You know that Reagan signed the Brady Bill - right?
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    Re: Gun Control Law- Give Police Your Social Media Passwords, or be Refused a License?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    The CDC will do anything to have a bigger budget and to divert from who most often wrongly kills people are doctors - over 250,000 people a year.

    The proposed law is just another example of the Democratic Party trying to keep firearms out of the hands of black people or anyone who isn't a rich, white Democrat. As a side benefit it allows spying on any political opposition to continued white Democratic control.
    You have zero insight regarding the goals of the CDC.
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    Re: Gun Control Law- Give Police Your Social Media Passwords, or be Refused a License?

    Should Americans be forced to give a list of medications before exercising their 1st Amendment right? Many medications have mood altering side effects which may lead to unintended speech which could cause hate, divisiveness, offense, and violence.

    Should Americans be forced to give a detailed account of what they have done before exercising their 5th Amendment right? They might have actually killed someone and the fact that this antiquated amendment gives them the opportunity to get off scot-free because only they know what they've done for sure, has allowed countless crimes to go unsolved.

    Should Americans be forced to give a detailed account of their calendar for the next 2 years before exercising their 6th Amendment right? If their schedule is wide open why on earth should they get a speedy trial? The system is backlogged and our poor civil servants are sooooo over worked. Let their ass rot for a few years before we get to them if they ain't got nothing better going on.


    I could go on but, seriously. This is one of the most dumb ass things I've heard in a while, and in these times, that's saying something.
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