posted on Jul, 17 2014 @ 10:15 AM
originally posted by: whatsecret
Originally posted by OtherSideOfTheCoin
reply to post by whatsecret
Well what I mean is if guns where illegal then that guy would not have been able to have killed him, assuming it was a legally owned weapon.
I am not “anti-gun” as such just making a point.
That's interesting... But what makes you think guns cannot be purchased illegally?
I would like to build on this... That's interesting... WTF!?!?! Makes you think he couldn't kill the guy without a gun? I can kill somebody with my
bare hands if I wanted to by crushing their trachea, or a number of other ways. I can take a tree branch and petrify it and then beat him to death
with it... Seriously... This whole 'guns kill people, and banning them means they can't kill people' rhetoric is complete bull#. Statistically,
guns counts for a very LOW percentage of deaths in the national average, especially in the aspect of willful and intent homicide. The founding fathers
weren't stupid; they said, "SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED!!!!"
the action of breaking the terms of a law, agreement, etc.; violation.
the action of limiting or undermining something.
"the infringement of the right to privacy"
The founding fathers knew technology advances; they had at least witnessed history and the expansion from bows to swords to guns. They must have known
that guns would eventually become more advanced; but it is the duty of the citizen in the claim and exercise of his constitutional rights to exercise
them with care and responsibility!! If you go out and shoot somebody with a gun, and it is ruled a 'wrongful death' common law still protects that
person's family, and you will go to jail.