Gunpowder, Treason & Plot :  The Official forums
This is the board for you if you wish to discuss or explore conspiracies of any kind, historical or current. 
Welcome! Log InRegister
I rarely post here at all and I will probably regret doing so now but this line of thinking is absolute nonsense. So basically some of you believe that if we now make private transactions that don't go through some sort of background check illegal that criminals will suddenly grow a conscious and say "Well, guess I better go get background checked before I buy this gun to rob or kill someone with". That is your logic? Who are you really burdening? What is actually common sense is realizing that criminals don't give two damns about the law. How about we actually prosecute people who are caught using them illegally to the full extent of the law unlike we do now. Gun crime prosecutions have done nothing but decline under this administration yet they claim they want to do everything they can to protect people??? How about you focus on mental health? How about you focus on gang related gun crimes?? I'm sure that last one will be a really touchy subject for the hoards of folks that like to try and turn everything into a racial issue. You want me to have a background check done on someone that I want to sell a firearm to? Sure, fine. But how about not selling it under this ridiculous veil that it will have any impact at all on the problem. I actually do have to give credit to most people in this thread though for referring to it as what it is, a focus on private transactions. I am sick to death of hearing our utterly incompetent leaders and their sheeple referring to some "gun show loophole" that does not exist.

ldennyjr Wrote:
> On a side note, in this world we are trying treat
> the symptoms of gun violence and not the root
> causes.
> 1 Many young males with no male role models.
> 2 Gang turf disputes.
> 3 Drug trafficking.
> 4 Religious and domestic terrorism.
> 5 The big one, mental issues.
> 6 General criminal activity.
> 7 Domestic violence.
> These are just a few causes for gun violence that
> need to be dealt with more aggressively and like
> anything else this will not stop someone who is
> intent on harming another person with any weapon
> at hand.

This is where the focus needs to be NOT on law abiding gun owning citizens because in the end, those are the only ones you are affecting with these laws.

Options: ReplyQuote

Subject Views Written By Posted
Private Gun sales 1100 ldennyjr 05-Jan-16 16:55
Re: Private Gun sales 323 carolb 05-Jan-16 19:56
Re: Private Gun sales 399 Aine 05-Jan-16 20:48
Re: Private Gun sales 387 carolb 05-Jan-16 20:53
Re: Private Gun sales 337 ldennyjr 05-Jan-16 21:47
Re: Private Gun sales 292 carolb 05-Jan-16 22:45
Re: Private Gun sales 312 ldennyjr 06-Jan-16 16:29
Re: Private Gun sales 277 carolb 06-Jan-16 17:21
Re: Private Gun sales 239 ldennyjr 06-Jan-16 18:00
Re: Private Gun sales 368 carolb 06-Jan-16 18:50
Re: Private Gun sales 290 Aine 06-Jan-16 15:00
Re: Private Gun sales 348 Lothur 09-Jan-16 17:08
Re: Private Gun sales 238 ldennyjr 09-Jan-16 17:40
Re: Private Gun sales 278 Lothur 09-Jan-16 18:03
Re: Private Gun sales 341 ldennyjr 11-Jan-16 20:39
Re: Private Gun sales 286 Hawklord53 10-Jan-16 23:12
Re: Private Gun sales 394 Lothur 11-Jan-16 00:55
Re: Private Gun sales 329 Hawklord53 11-Jan-16 03:51
Re: Private Gun sales 221 Lothur 16-Jan-16 17:51
Re: Private Gun sales 287 Jester75 14-Jan-16 20:19
Re: Private Gun sales 208 randompHactor 14-Jan-16 21:27
Re: Private Gun sales 225 Jester75 14-Jan-16 22:02
Re: Private Gun sales 235 randompHactor 14-Jan-16 22:46
Re: Private Gun sales 359 calisurfer30 05-Feb-16 02:17
Re: Private Gun sales 206 calisurfer30 05-Feb-16 02:15
Re: Private Gun sales 256 ldennyjr 15-Jan-16 01:52
Re: Private Gun sales 223 Jester75 15-Jan-16 15:35
Re: Private Gun sales 172 ldennyjr 19-Jan-16 16:27
Obama's gun enforcement, 55 illegal arms sales = 1 year probation. 330 Sirfiroth 20-Jan-16 23:28

Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.