Tuesday, December 17, 2013

"Grand Bargain" On Guns?

Sounds like a promising start.

As opposed to other calls for "dialog" and "compromise" by gun owners, this offer demands that both sides bring an something to the table.

What do you think? If there was a nationwide CCW system, would you be willing to undergo the training/permitting process involved, if it wasn't too Draconian?

I like the idea of restoring civil rights (right to own guns) to certain classes of criminals. How about you? If, in return, certain violent misdemeanants - - stalkers, for example - - would lose civil rights?

Read the whole thing, and let me know what you think.


Rev. Paul said...

The older I get, the less tolerant of gummint intrusion I've become. Living in a so-called "Constitutional carry" state has spoiled me in terms of concealed carry, too.

No more supra-Constitutional regulations, for therein lies an invitation to TPTB for more control & registration.

Carry 'em if you've got 'em. Free men don't need to ask permission.

SENIOR said...

+1 to Rev, well put.

Old NFO said...

Agree with both of the above... We should NEVER have agreed to have CCW reciprocity separated from the 218 bill... sigh

Borepatch said...

No. Why do any compromise with those people? You only compromise when there's a history of good faith. There's none here.

2ABill said...

No. We have given up far too much already in return for the elusive promise of "safety". It is time to begin dismantling gun control laws wholesale (and other intrusive laws as well).

No more "compromise" on this issue at all. Rather, take back lost ground.