1. How would you secure the rights of a nation and of individuals without the right to bear arms? Would you just hold signs up and ask for democracy?
Would you voice your opinions on the internet hoping that somebody who has the power would listen?
It's simple, when you make guns illegal, law abiding citizens are the first to lose theirs, then criminals, then cops. In some European countries
like Germany gun violence has decreased so much because it has become so damn hard to obtain a gun. On the other hand there are countries like
Switzerland where everyone receives a mandatory 2 year military training and a rifle, again bringing gun violence to a haunting low. In America,
however, you have untrained idiots with accessibility to guns. This raises gun violence. Either everyone needs to receive proper arms training and be
issued a rifle/sidearm, or nobody at all. Gun's don't kill people, idiocy does.
With this being said, taking away guns will leave only criminals with guns. After a few decades, however, guns will become nearly impossible to obtain
in America, causing violent crime to drop to near nonexistence. When this happens, cops will lose their guns because they won't have to worry about
some imbecile with a gun shooting at them. It's a long journey, but perhaps a necessary one. I shouldn't have to worry about getting shot by some
retard, and I shouldn't have to carry a gun to shoot back if said retard tries to kill me.
As for the nation's and individual's rights, you have to realize that America is not exactly a model nation. Just because we've gone off the deep
end doesn't mean that gun control is a bad idea. It may not produce instant results here, but you have to think in the long term and look at nations
who have successfully implemented gun control and seen a major drop in violent crime.
Guns are made for the purpose of KILLING, NOTHING MORE. Individual's rights are secured through an immaculate governing system which is people
representing their peers, not the rich pretending to care about the poor for the sake of winning a vote that means nothing.
2. Marriage is an vow between a man and a woman and marriage laws are their to protect families, which only a man and woman can create. If you feel
strongly about allowing gays to marry, how would you feel about your own children if your marriage was called illegitimate and your children were
declared by the state and adopted by gay parents?
Why would this matter? Good parenting has nothing to do with gender or sexual orientation. If they aren't sodomizing each other in front of my child,
which they likely aren't because homosexuality =/= imbecility and savagery, I really don't have a problem with them raising him/her, other than the
fact that other adults are raising my child. Sexual orientation means nothing.
Would I be pissed if my child was taken away from me? Probably. Would it matter if the new parents were gay or straight? No, I'd still be pissed
3. If you were to start a small business and have it be successful, how would you feel about being penalized for your success?
If you mean would I like regulations lifted off of corporations, hell no. Small business's should not be exempt from regulation because this would
imply favoritism. Look, our understanding of "success" is shameful; success is not accumulation of wealth, it is self fulfillment. You can feel
success doing nothing, and you can be absent of the feeling of success after accomplishing a great feat. Have you ever had a, "it didn't work"
4. The other day a pickup truck carrying 23 illegal immigrants into the state of Texas ran into a couple trees killing 14 people including small
children. If you support illegal immigration, how do you feel about illegal immigrants who come into this country illegally of course that break
additional laws resulting in the death of people and small children?
I don't support illegal immigration. But for the record, Obama kills small children with his drone strikes, how do you feel about that? Oh right,
they aren't human because they aren't WASP Americans.