Wednesday, January 9, 2008
posted by Spencerblog at
Once again I'll issue a challenge to anyone willing to accept... Determine how many of the violent gun crimes are committed by people who are already prohibited from legally possessing the gun. Also, determine how many of those repeat offenders should have been in jail (had they been prosecuted on all their previous charges) at the time they committed the offense. I'll bet both numbers will be in the 90 percentile.
I'm not going to take that bet.Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?
Come on man! You could do it... You think the NRA would have done it by now.
Your argument, that making the posession of a gun illegal is ineffective, is incomplete. It could be true that 99 percent of people committing crimes with guns did not have a legal permit to carry. It still remains a fact that 100 percent of the guns used in crimes were sold to someone by the manufacturer.So, if you make it illegal for the manufacturer to sell a gun, no one, not even a criminal, can get one.I agree that there are many people who can be trusted with a weapon. Where you and I disagree is what length each of us are willing to go to keep guns from being SOLD to those we can not trust.
So, if you make it illegal for the manufacturer to sell a gun, no one, not even a criminal, can get one. Nope. 500 years of gun manufacturing and hundreds of millions of guns make this Lib gun-free utopia a childish dream.
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