posted on Mar, 10 2014 @ 09:10 AM
Nor should you really. ( I know, I know, sacrilege)
Man, I gotta love it when foreigners not only weight in on US laws and rights, but basically look down theior nose at us, all the while telling us
what we can and can't do.
How is that pedestal??
Sure, historically and all that, you're owed your guns, that's fine.
In contemporary society, the gun issue should be largely non existent. The USA is one of the only countries, outside of one's we deem either third
world, or embroiled in civil war that has such open laws regarding gun possession.
That's really nice and all, but...........we also have the right to do so.
It causes far more problems than it's ever solved and at this point it's really just rather silly that ANYBODY would WANT to have an automatic
weapon for any purpose other than shooting at the range for sport. I don't mind gun ownership for those purposes.
And this is all most cut and paste what any anti-2nd person states. The whole, "I respect gun rights, but you shouldn't have (insert firearm)".
I suppose you act like this to your neighbors, right? You know, telling them you respect their lawn, but they shouldn't have so many plastic pink
The 'gun culture' in the US it's just so 19th century if you ask me.
Yeah, I don't remember , nor read anywhere, ay US citizen asking you, or any foreigner for that matter.
Then again, I'm Canadian, the only time you see guns around these parts are on cops and when we go hunting.
And you can keep it and stay there. But I guess you aren't happy with that. You must inject your opinion of another countries rights