posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 05:22 PM
I think this is a very telling indication of hidden motives behind this people-control legislation.
What I mean is, well, politicians are always parading children around when they are going after guns. But if it was really about keeping kids safe,
then why are they making simple ownership of a 30-round magazine a greater crime than repeated child molestation, possession of child pornography,
rape, luring of child, substitution of child, forcible touching, illegal imprisonment, et cetera?
I would love all the European ATSers who are constantly chiming in on the anti-firearm, pro-control side of the debate, to explain to me how owning a
30-round magazine is a greater crime than repeated child molestation? How could anybody ever believe that?
Or arson. Not attempted arson, but the actual commission of the act of willfully and purposefully setting a fire with the malicious intent of property
destruction. Owning a 30-round magazine is a worse crime than that?