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    registration leads to confiscation.

    http://touch.latimes.com/#section/-1/article/p2p-75742934/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew49417 View Post
    http://touch.latimes.com/#section/-1/article/p2p-75742934/
    is taking guns away from those who have been disqualified from owning them a bad thing?

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    registration leads to confiscation.

    Think it over and you tell me. What criteria would you use? Taking Prozac? Xanax? Seeking help for stress? A reckless driving citation? Your ex wife filing a restraining order "just in case?" Then the police break down your door because they have it on record you bought guns? Have fun in Nazi Germany.

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    That is exactly how Hitler started his gun control in Germany for the good of the children. And naturally he and the Gestapo decided who was dangerous. Also, coincidentally, these were the first groups rounded up and sent to the camps. Does anyone really think that this can't happen here? Well, neither did the Germans. Germany was a republic and people just waited to vote Hitler out. That didn't work out well for the Germans. Do you really trust this government with your rights, life, and future?

    Hitler and his government were progressives. And he had the complete support of most U.S. progressives - news media, industrial titans like Ford, and politicians. Do you feel confident about your future, liberty, and the future of your children and grand children? If the progressive plans are so great, why is it necessary for them to lie about everything and hide these plans from the people ?

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    registration leads to confiscation.

    Hitler made the cover of Time Magazine in 1938. How did that work out?
    http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,760539,00.html

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    Question

    Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    Is taking guns away from those who have been disqualified from owning them a bad thing?
    Which group of people within our corrupted government would be the judge & jury of our individual rights?
    Would every citizen even get a day in court & a fair trial to defend his/her right to keep and bear arms?
    At what cost??
    At who's expense???
    What exactly would cause any citizen to be disqualified from his/her 2nd Amendment Rights?
    Do we really want to entrust our over bloated government (big brother) with each of our individual freedoms?

    A slippery slope indeed imvho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    is taking guns away from those who have been disqualified from owning them a bad thing?
    In the case of convicted felons, no. But how they're doing it is wrong.
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    "Going after criminals is a good thing, but the way they are paying for it is grossly unfair," Paredes said. "They are putting the entire burden on the back of law-abiding gun purchasers."
    I don't know how they're determining the "serious mental illness" disqualification, so I couldn't say whether it's right or wrong. If they've been legally adjudicated as mentally incompetent, then I'd say it's probably fair. But as others have mentioned, we don't know what criteria they use. You are correct though that removing firearms from those that should not have them is not by itself a bad thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Outlaw View Post
    Which group of people within our corrupted government would be the judge & jury of our individual rights?
    Would every citizen even get a day in court & a fair trial to defend his/her right to keep and bear arms?
    At what cost??
    At who's expense???
    What exactly would cause any citizen to be disqualified from his/her 2nd Amendment Rights?
    Do we really want to entrust our over bloated government (big brother) with each of our individual freedoms?

    A slippery slope indeed imvho.
    Scary questions for sure. We have to be very careful when dealing with revoking someone's rights, extremely serious matter.

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    Anyone who thinks registration is a good idea hasn't studied history at all. In other words, they are ignorant by either omission or commission. Omission - They should shut up because they have no clue what they are talking about. Commission - They are a socialist and as such are treasonous to These United States of America and should be treated as such.

    Oh wait, there was no WWII.... Hitler didn't kill millions... Stalin wasn't a person. And that was just a couple of major players in the last 100 years.

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    There is nothing "progressive" about lieberals. (No. That was not misspelled)
    "Beware the fury of a patient man." --John Dryden,
    British poet, critic and playwright

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