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You can throw out the part of the bill that requires a person to be 21 instead of 18 to buy a gun since a US appeals court already ruled that Californias age 21 rule is unconstitutional.

The gun safe law, it's a good personal policy to safely secure guns but this is where congress doesn't think before acting. Is there a teenager that doesn't know how to operate a lock and key? Basically they want to put you in jail and fine you if a minor uses your gun to hurt people.

The red flag law I like, it is temporary and allows the person a court hearing within 2 weeks to defend themselves. The senate should take this part of the bill and throw the rest away and return it to the house.
 

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Wish universal background checks made it in there /sigh
Originally posted by Squeally
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Don't see it mattering, nothing can pass the senate and the fascists take control at the end of the year anyway.
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Originally posted by Mathias82
Wish universal background checks made it in there /sigh


Like the NRA puppets would ever allow that to happen? Nah. They'd lose their 'campaign money'.
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Originally posted by Mathias82
Wish universal background checks made it in there /sigh


Agreed, although most mass shooters would have passed a background check.

I wouldn't be opposed to having to sign consent for the FBI to access medical history as a policy. It won't reduce crime as long as there is a private sale option available to everyone but it's a good policy regardless
 

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Originally posted by Corndog
Don't see it mattering, nothing can pass the senate and the fascists take control at the end of the year anyway.


Fascist regimes generally are huge proponents of removing gun rights for citizens.
 

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Originally posted by Cowpoker
Fascist regimes generally are huge proponents of removing gun rights for citizens.


That's the NRA talking point, yeah.
https://www.salon.com/2013/01/11/stop_talking_about_hitler/
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Does that mean it's wrong?
 

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Originally posted by Cowpoker
Does that mean it's wrong?


I mean, yeah?

Nazi Germany had less strict gun laws than the very liberal Weimar Republic.
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Weimar had to follow terms of a treaty, that's what happens when you lose a war. Turns out that didn't go over very well.

Nazis allowed Nazis to own guns, Jews not so much.

 

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Originally posted by Cowpoker
Nazis allowed Nazis to own guns, Jews not so much.


#thepoint
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That's like saying we have strict gun laws because prisoners aren't allowed to have guns.
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Ok, I should have just said that.
 

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Originally posted by Cowpoker
Ok, I should have just said that.


As is often the case, you'd probably have been better off just not saying anything. As the saying goes, better to stay quiet and let people think you're ignorant than to speak up and prove them right.
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That's good advice
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