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    The left wants us to believe that AR-15's should be banned from public ownership.

    The Texas church shooter was ALREADY BANNED FROM OWNING ANY FIREARM. But the government did not have him on the list of people who should not own guns. We do not need more laws that would make it even harder for the government to follow them all, we need the government to focus on fewer important laws.

    The left wants to ban the public from owning an AR-15, but it was an NRA member who stopped this murderer from killing more people. The NRA member used an AR-15 to stop him. He hit him twice and those shots caused him to top his truck.

    The left claims the NRA is the cause of these shootings. But is was an NRA member who stopped this one, and no NRA member has ever been involved in a mass shooting.


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    As far as I know his is the second former military who should have been on the banned list to buy firearms. The "Pentagon" (United States of America Armed Services) failed to place these people on the national registry. Such neglect should be by an act of criminal negligence and gross negligence in civil law. Placing the names of military personal on the national registry is the responsibility of some one in command. All victims ought to have the legal right to sue the military and DAs ought to be able to prosecute.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by glen smith View Post
      As far as I know his is the second former military who should have been on the banned list to buy firearms. The "Pentagon" (United States of America Armed Services) failed to place these people on the national registry. Such neglect should be by an act of criminal negligence and gross negligence in civil law. Placing the names of military personal on the national registry is the responsibility of some one in command. All victims ought to have the legal right to sue the military and DAs ought to be able to prosecute.
      The military admitted that no one that was discharged with a Bad Conduct Discharge has been put of the list that disqualifies them to own a firearm.

      We do not need more laws that our government is very bad in following, we need fewer laws hoping they would do a better job with less laws to follow.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Lou Newton View Post

        The military admitted that no one that was discharged with a Bad Conduct Discharge has been put of the list that disqualifies them to own a firearm.

        We do not need more laws that our government is very bad in following, we need fewer laws hoping they would do a better job with less laws to follow.
        The tactic to enforce compliance is to penalize those responsible through the legal system - both criminal and civil.

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