the implication being, even if it's an _individual_ right, as all the rights
must be, is that it requires regulation. today we witnessed an otherwise
law-abiding citizen in omaha take out 8 of his fellow americans (and
wounding a handful of others) before taking his own life, need i point
out, with a legally acquired gun (or could i be wrong here).
if you want to preserve the individual right, as i do, you will work _much_
harder than you have been willing to respect the "well-regulated part".
it should be up to gun advocates to advocate responsible regulation,
because coming from others, it would be irresponsible regulation. today's
tragedy is blood on the hands of those who would have _NO_ regulation.
thus, _my_ poll would be:
[ ] no regulation
[ ] responsible regulation
[ ] irresponsible regulation
-=-.. Marty McGowan
p.s. those of you who'd like to hear what i think is responsible regulation,
please write, and i'll post a response to those who inquire.
On Dec 5, 2007 7:46 PM, Al Telford < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
From: "Bob Mills" < email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2007 17:33:03 -0600
Subject: Gun Vote
First - vote on this one.Second - launch it to all the pro-gun folks and have THEM voteTo vote in the USA Today poll, click on the link below.Does the Second Amendment give individuals the right to bear arms?Vote here: