Given Chicago's unconstitutional gun ban, I presume these are stabbings, stranglings, poisonings, bludgeonings, and other manner of killings. Yikes!!!
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- : No.
Not only that, but that you ask the question shows you want to wish the genie back int he bottle. How, exactly, do you propose to get him there? Hint: Laws demonstrably don't work. We've got thousands of them on the books. All laws would do is disarm law-abiding citizens while doing nothing at all about criminals.Jul 26, 2012
- : If you want to surrender your essential freedom to protect yourself, placing your life in the hands of others, the be my guest. I'll stay here in the US, and in a state where the Constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms is recognized and honored.Jul 26, 2012
- : /me shrugs.
Yes, and? Here's a hint: guns aren't the problem. People are the problem. Of course, they don't lend themselves to sound-bite solutions like gun grabbers want them to...Jul 26, 2012
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- , I've visited some gun-friendly European countries. They tend to be very safe places -- with good reason. ;) I couldn't believe San Marino had an armory on almost every street corner selling guns, switchblades, brass knuckles, nun-chucks and everything else under the sun. One of these armories was right next to the Hello Kitty store. Lol!Jul 26, 2012
- I particularly like the system in Switzerland. They don't have a standing army, instead opting for a peoples Militia to defend their country. Every able-bodied man between the ages of 20 and 30 is issued an automatic, military rifle (when I was there, they were given SIG 550s--not sure what they use now). After age 30 or so, their service ends and they are allowed to keep their personal weapon and other selected items of equipment if they so choose. The rifle is sent to the weapons factory where the fully automatic function is removed and then returned to its owner. The rifle is then a standard, civilian rifle of the type owned by U.S. civilians. God Bless Switzerland! :)Jul 26, 2012