Flyer5 wrote:samhill wrote:It just really strikes me odd how younz get yourselves all in an uproar because heaven forbid people will have to sign & show ID to buy a weapon that can kill people because that's your right. Then you get yourselves in a tizzie again if God Forbid someone tries to vote (because it's their right) without signing & having to have the proper constantly changing ID of that date & time. One can end a life & the other really unless it's totally wide scale like hanging chads or tossing vote ballots in the trash doesn't do much of anything to hurt anybody, kind of hard to comprehend that line of not thinking.
Do you have to show ID to buy a car. You can cause a lot more carnage with a car.
samhill wrote:Don't really know Flyer, laws are different everywhere but I believe in most states you do have to show ID & proof of Ins., registration & probably others I would have to say yes you do have to show ID to buy a car even if you have the cash. But back to my point what can cause more damage a gun or a single vote, how many have died from a vote?
samhill wrote:I hear you Flyer, a think a big part of the problem is they never remove an outdated or even revised law, just keep adding to the pile. When I had my business I always did the checks & went with legit dealers to hold the handguns & did paperwork on the long guns to protect myself as well as my clients, you never know where or what was involved with any gun except your own. As for the majority of politicians I totally agree, even if they start with good intentions that soon changes, with the gun laws you either have some good common sense ones or none at all from life experiences it seems that those that protest too loudly about something little have something more to hide.
Flyer5 wrote:Sam, I guess my biggest fear is whenever our politicians include the phrase "common sense" More times then not it sounds just like BOHICA.