Originally Posted by ReallyAGXP
Originally Posted by chr0mius
I'm not saying ban guns. I'm saying regulate gun ownership.
And last I checked, bats were made for hitting baseballs. Guns were made to kill. Your analogy is false.
Bats were made for Hitting balls
Knives were made for cutting
Wrenches were made for wrenching
Light Bulbs were made for lighting
cars were meant for driving
But I could Kill with any one of them things
Guns dont kill People, People kill People
Bats, knives, wrenches, lights, and cars all have incredibly more practical uses than for killing. What I'm saying is that a gun is made to kill. It'* a tool, a killing tool. Killing animals for food is a totally acceptable use, but don't act like it'* an innocent tool.
Why does the US not want Iran to have nuclear weapons, yet allows itself to have nuclear weapons? MAD. We don't want to face the consequences of using a nuclear weapon, so we probably won't. We need it to protect ourselves. But with guns, anyone can buy them or get them. We need a system in place to make sure guns stay in the right hands.
The gun nuts advocate leaving gun rights as they are, but look for the warning signs of an insane person. Well, you're not saving yourself the loss of any rights. I think the ability of free thought and not getting mentally/socially/emotionally profiled by the government every said amount of time is of much more importance than the ability for everyone to own a gun.
It all lays down on how much government control you want.
Don't get me wrong, I like guns, they're fun to target practice with, and a necessary tool.
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